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Monday, June 20   >>

WHAT'S SHAKIN' -- NO, SERIOUSLY, WHAT THE HELL IS SHAKING?

Dude, what the fuck is up with our homies known as Tekton1c Plates? They've been goin' all cuh-razy on us lately.

In the past week, there have been several strong earthquakes in the SoCal area, one of which I slept through entirely.

The most recent one literally had me running out of The Girlfriend's house. It was the weirdest, most odd impulse move since declaring all my Thursdays "Dress in Drag Day."

Well, I just hope all the shaking stops. I'm not a fan of natural disasters, and I would rather prefer the absence of a quake that could be potentially fatal for all Southern Californian residents.

With that said, if you live in a quake-free environment, be happy that it won't be your house caving in on you when you die; rather, you will die of a flood drowning or be fatally knocked out by a toaster oven while inside a tornado.