Archive for March2005
Ultimate Anjing Gila Gold Award: http://under9.blogspot.com (i wont even link to you…want me to link to you? dream on sucker)
WTF…name me for Most Pathetic for Hits Award: KahSoon???? Since when im so pathetic for hits? i dont even give a f**k to hits and i dont even understand your dog language…
Whos the ultimate pathetic for hits award now? Making retarded award to get hits and links to you? How dog can u be? No wonder you name your blog underdog…cos your intelligence is really under dog…come doggy lick my ass…if you hungry i also can let you eat my shit…
but 1 thing…i feel kinda flattered cos u notice my blog…guess im famous hahah…u loser stupid retarded bastard….stop barking or else i will cane you like a dog
okok enuff of all the earthquake thingie…lets play a game. This is how the game works. First i start off with a sentence and you guys continue the story in the comment with something funny so that it will become a never ending funny story. ok let me start first…
Once upon a time, there was this guy who like to blog…
looking at my post below, it is a good sample to show that malaysian are lack of awareness about earthquake and for those who never even felt earthquake before might think the shake comes from road maintainance or something. Therefore im writing this topic to alert, educate and create awareness to malaysians including myself about earthquake.
This is a first real life experience for a mom who stayed in malaysia almost half a decade and never felt a shake from earth before. When i just reach home from work, my mom told me about this story excitedly:
Last night when i was sleeping, i heard loud noise coming from the celling. At first i thought it was the mouse running around the celling so i go back to sleep. Later on your dad come into the room and sleep and i felt the bed shaking, i turn to your dad and thought he was shaking. But he wasn’t…so i turn to your sis but shes also sleeping like a pig. So i did not bother about it because i thought it was the ghost playing around. Suddenly it happened again the second time and i jumped up. But i go back to sleep again later on(lol) The next morning when i pass by the market then my student’s mother ask me if i can feel the earthquake last nite and by then only i know it really was the earth quake.
My thought: The mouse running around the celling because they can feel the earth shaking first. And my dad was angry cos my mom din ask everyone to go out from the house and later got squeeze by the house like pancake(lol)
Joker says: “2day at 00.59am , while playing PC ,suddenly feel the Tremor ,then see the TV Channel CNN ,2nd Earth Quake at Sumatera
Tremor lvl - 8.2 (might caused Tsunami)
last Tremor is - 8.7 if im not mistaken
this earth quake quite near our country ,as ppl stayed in Ampang, and Penang also feel the tremor”
iesnek says:”God forbid another Tsunami… it’s just too damn devastating. -___-”
elendi silverleaf says:”i’m staying in Ampang. Was wondering what that tremmor was O.o”
kons says:”wee. powerful indeed”
g3t3vi7 says:”jst now im sit infront of my comp! Suddenly i feel like my body’s shaking! Weird? I try to look at my mineral pot….then i saw d water inside it slightly waving! Huh? So i tried to check from this website! n guess wut? Something did really happen!http://neic.usgs.gov/neis/bulletin/bulletin.html“
epoque says:”be ready guys..i watched news just now and they said maybe tsunami around 3-6am..and they also mentioned selat melaka in the list of danger area of tsunami”
kons says:”guys.. prepare your swimming trunk”
stryk3r says:”Anyone feels a slight earth vibration on 28/3 ard 11-12 night?Or its just me”
Elendir silverleaf says:”I was in my room packing my luggage and then all of the sudden my chair was vibrating and my glass of water spilled. I felt a slight tremmor and I knew there was an earthquake somewhere. CNN said it was in Sumatera =(”
hunter-mvp says:”ns also got some”
whoami says:”Omg u all also got? Me live at klang,today all my fren also say last nite 11~12 got gempa bumi…..walao eh….”
kahsoon says:”god bless to all”
Residents of Hadyai, Thailand, move into the streets Monday night, March 28, 2005, after an earthquake shook the region.The magnitude 8.7 quake struck at 11:09 p.m. local time (11:09 a.m. ET) and was centered off the west coast of the Indonesian island of Sumatra
Kerry Sieh, a geology professor at the California Institute of Technology, speaks at a news conference Monday afternoon in Los Angeles. Sieh said Monday night’s quake was the “same type of earthquake” that struck southern Asia on December 26, 2004
Residents evacuate high-rise apartment buildings in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, after the earthquake Monday night
Geophysicist Al Duba looks at a seismograph Monday at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. The seismograph records the shaking of the ground measured at stations around the world
A family in Sri Lanka that survived the December 26 earthquake and tsunami listens to a radio for updates Tuesday at a temporary shelter in Colombo.
It was not immediately clear why the region was spared another tsunami. Experts agreed the magnitude of the earthquake was sufficient to create one.
“At this point in time we don’t know what type of fault occurred … and that is critical information,” USGS spokesman Doug Blake said. “It is in the aftershock zone of the December 26 quake. It’s a little bit south, but it’s on the same fault.”
A 9.0 earthquake would release about double the amount of energy as an 8.7 quake, said a USGS geologist.
The quake may have sent its energy farther south than last year’s quake, said Robert Cessaro of the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center.
“So all that pressure to the north would have been relieved” by the December quake, said Cessaro. “We think this event probably ruptured to the south, with the beam of energy probably propagated to the south.”
Few land masses lie to the south, but among them are the Cocos Islands.
About three hours after the quake, a “small” tsunami was measured on the Cocos tide gauge, the USGS said. It did not elaborate.
In Thailand, thousands of people in the six provinces affected by the December 26 tsunami moved to higher ground or 2 kilometers (1.25 miles) inland, the governor of Phang Nga province said.
Prass Prawoto, an aid worker in Banda Aceh, which was severely damaged by the December tsunami and quake, said Indonesians moved to higher ground, fearing another massive tsunami. But he said he had not heard of any injuries.
CNN producer Kathy Quiano, watching television reports from Jakarta, said there was widespread panic in Banda Aceh, as residents rushed inland. Electricity and phone service were out in major sections of the city.
A number of traffic accidents occurred as a result, and people were injured, she said, citing local television reports.
CNN’s Naurant Prapanya contributed to this report.