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San Andreas faults — 14 Comments

  1. That was my next movie to go to, for that very reason..to be amazed that no one gets hurt in massive crashes. Just saw The Martian, actully turned out to be a good flick

    • I hope I haven't spoiled anything!  Mind you – these films are more predictable than the phases of the moon.

      I must have a look out for The Martian.  If it's crap, I'll know who to blame.

  2. Is there a San Andreas Fault in the Irish political system? Are seismographs predicting a Big One soon?

    • With a bit of luck we'll top the Richter Scale in a few months.  Hopefully the whole edifice will collapse on them.

  3. God works in mysterious ways. Who are we to question? Obviously California, with it's enlightened, liberal, live-and-let-live approach to life has been singled out for special treatment.

  4. You will recall I recently extolled the virtues of California (via an apocalyptic drinking game) on these very pages?

    Yup – the San Andreas runs down the Pacific coastline of California, right through San Francisco, Los Angles and the western edge of San Diego. All told, when the fault finally goes so will an estimated 15 million people.

    You really should move there – it has a lot to recommend it (though i expect they probably played down the sharks in the film, right?)

    • No mention of sharks [they missed a trick there?]

      If the San Andreas ever does let rip, California will probably end up as an island anyway.  I think I'll hold off my move until after The Event though.

      • If the San Andreas ever does let rip, California will probably end up as an island anyway.

        Yah, and then everyone will surf to Nevada.

  5. Personally, I think you should take your article and submit about the movie on it's IMDB page as a review. It's better than most I've seen.

    I'll wait until it comes out on DVD for a couple of bucks.

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