Probably caused by fracking up in the Dakotas

TEGUCIGALPA, Jan 9 (Reuters) – An earthquake of magnitude 7.6 struck near remote Caribbean Islands belonging to Honduras on Tuesday, sparking a tsunami warning for the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.

The quake rattled windows in the Honduran capital of Tegucigalpa roughly 323 miles (519 km) to the east, but no damage was immediately reported.

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One Response to Probably caused by fracking up in the Dakotas

  1. Stretch says:

    After the massive (9.1 magnitude) 2004 Indonesia earthquake and subsequent tsunami the following conversation took place:
    “I know the REAL reason there was an earthquake!”
    Me: “Oh? And what was that?”
    “Blackwater! They’re pumping all the oil out of the earth for Cheney and Bushitler!!! That’s causing the earth’s plates to grind against one another. No proper lubrication!!”
    Me: “Ah.”

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