With the semester drawing to a close, a majority of my classes are starting to wrap and have laid out the guidelines for the final assignments. As a History major taking all History classes this semester, that means a metric ton of papers to write. Within the next three weeks, I have:
1) A 1,250 word paper on Hurricane Katrina due Thursday.
2) A 3 page paper on the Tale of Kieu due Friday.
3) A 2,000-2,500 word paper on the process of the United States Supreme Court
I was just on my college's administration site, registering for classes for the Spring semester. I decided to check on the Criminal Justice class listings, and something caught my eye.
The Statistics in Criminal Justice class is being taught by a person named Paul Ketchum.
Unfortunately, the existence of an Ash Ketchum could not be confirmed. I did find a Heather Ketchum though.
For clearly he is not the culprit plaguing Oklahoma.
Around 3 pm this afternoon I got word that there were 3 - not just 1, not 2 - but 3 tornadoes that touched down in Western Oklahoma at the same time. Then, a couple of hours later, around 9 pm, another earthquake occurred, measuring around a 4.5 on Richter. Then an hour later, an enormous thunderstorm plagued the cities for about 90 minutes.
Clearly, it is not Groudon causing this chaos. It is them:
As the title may imply, I live in Oklahoma.
Around a year ago, Oklahoma had it first noticeable earthquake in years. It lasted for about 5 seconds, and I think it measured around a 4.2 on the Richter scale. I was pleasantly shocked, but amused, and thought that would be the only time I would feel one.
Around 2 am today, another earthquake surprisingly hit; I thought my neighbors were just making a ridiculously loud and physically noticeable ruckus. It measured 4.7
(Warning: Excessive vulgar language and sexual references) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Qe9O90cD80
I think I want a Dragonite now.