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Back on shaky ground

Postby Splitpin » Sat Jan 20, 2018 7:09 pm

I thought the quake I felt yesterday at about 16.30 was a one-off ... until I was jolted out of sleep this morning at 0033hrs ... really nice... not.
There have 4 today, 3 within 10k of here ..bastard things :angry:
I just hope this stuff isn't starting up again ...I don't need any more stress at the moment ...far from it.

The job hunt goes on .... nothing! I think I 'll change tack, and start sending my stuff to people I would like to work for ...nothing to lose.
What a shame I can't just sit at home, quake free, getting paid for making screenshots :)

But in the meantime .... roll on loto ...yeah right <_<
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Re: Back on shaky ground

Postby Charl » Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:37 pm

I thought I heard my house give a little shudder today.
Auckland doesn't do quakes, must've been the wind...

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Re: Back on shaky ground

Postby Aviator 1 » Sat Jan 20, 2018 10:47 pm

Felt two shakes here today, I don't like them either, but its one of the things when your on the ring of fire.

I guess its no different to people who live in Tornado alley
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Re: Back on shaky ground

Postby SA227 » Sun Jan 21, 2018 10:12 am

I was sitting on the freight apron pondering why we weren't getting loaded for an on time departure and never felt a thing. However it might explain why the crash fire guys went for a blast up and down the runways.
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Re: Back on shaky ground

Postby cowpatz » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:02 pm

SA227 wrote:I was sitting on the freight apron pondering why we weren't getting loaded for an on time departure and never felt a thing. However it might explain why the crash fire guys went for a blast up and down the runways.


So it wasn't one of your landings then ? :D
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Re: Back on shaky ground

Postby deeknow » Sun Jan 21, 2018 3:15 pm

oh man, you guys must be sick to the teeth of them, happened to be looking at the GeoNet website the other day and saw a burst of minor quakes around that area, seem to be a steady stream of them
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Re: Back on shaky ground

Postby SA227 » Tue Jan 23, 2018 10:57 am

So it wasn't one of your landings then ? :D


Not on this particular occasion :D
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