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Sunday, 6 April 2014

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Many earthquake experts fear that the world famous La Brea Tar Pits could end up in Arizona.

SACRAMENTO - Word filtering out of Governor Jerry Brown's office is that thousands of California citizens are greatly concerned with the hundreds of earthquakes that have been plaguing the Golden State lately.

The governor has been advised by senior members of his staff that he needs to hire at least 2,000 earthquake damage inspectors.

As American Spotlight Magazine reporter Lexington Watertuck stated this is not a good sign.

In fact upon hearing the news many residents of the Left Coast State are seriously contemplating leaving for locations east of what Vice-President Joe Biden has pegged The Land of Earthquake Estates.

One citizen, Norwell Puckpillow, 73, of Pomona, who says he and his elderly mother Gladiola Puckpillow 96, have lived through 13,902 earthquakes (his estimate) stated that earthquakes don't scare him or his mom.

Norwell paused for a moment and said that what does scare him and his mother are people like Sarah "Snowflake" Palin, Ann "Trigger Face" Coulter, and Paris "Airhead" Hilton.

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