I was perusing the online LA Times, and I came upon this ironic gem, from January 10 (copyright LA Times, Americast Cybercasting): A magnitude 3.7 earthquake centered in the Pacific Ocean two miles south of Santa Monica shook parts of Los Angeles on Sunday (Jan 9)... The basin has been experiencing a period of "seismic quiet" for several years, and Sunday's 3.7 temblor, designated as mild, did little to change that, seismologists said. "It does not bring us out of that. It's a little too mild," said Caltech seismologist Egill Hauksson. An earthquake would have to measure "somewhere in the 5 to 6 range" to end the quiet period, he added. I wonder if Hauksson then went to Las Vegas to bet his life savings on Red?
(From the "Rest" of RHF)