made a new 2016 hat
also im going for an ex-ray today for my knee
ps they already started with the lies about that fireball
it was an asteroid and the little birdy claims there could be more
between now and Christmas
watch and see
The U.S. Geological Survey reports the strongest earthquake to shake the Reno area Tuesday night was a 4.4 magnitude.
Above is a map of where the earthquakes started on Tuesday, according to data provided by the USGS:
The Nevada Seismological Laboratory reported the epicenter at 3.5 miles north of Galena High School. Washoe County School District spokeswoman Victoria Campbell said they have not found any damage.
"We do have people there and at this point there’s no indication of any damage to school property," she said.
There were reports of people feeling the earthquake throughout the city, from South Reno to Northwest Reno.
According to the Southern California Earthquake Data Center, six earthquakes shook the Reno area, starting at 6 p.m. Tuesday. The strongest happened after 10:22 p.m. - a 4.4 magnitude quake at 10:45 p.m.
Re-achieving critical mass. Until then it's only stardust and emptiness.