Read that article. It explains that the movie San Andreas overdoes the San Andreas Fault line won't produce that bad an earthquake, but that doesn't mean a big one isn't coming.
It could happen any day now. Imagine America without Los Angeles
Most Helpful Girl
Bla, bla. I mean, they've been singing this same song of woe and destruction at least since my daddy came up here from Mexico in the '60's. What else is new? Lol.
I mean... I suppose we could live our lives in irrational fear, sure.
Or we can just have an intelligent disaster plan, accept that the cool things in life involve risk, and... live life.
Besides -- We are hardly the type to just skip town, even if some worst-case scenario *does* come to pass.
My husband and I are both street kids from the wrong side of the tracks, so, we can take care of ourselves and our kids.
And, remember, we're the same people who drove from Houston INTO New Orleans when Katrina hit, to do what we could to help.
In some crazy disaster scenario here, we'd do the same thing. At this point we have more than enough resources to go at least a year or two without working, so, we'd just put ourselves full-time to the task of helping to rebuild whatever is destroyed.
In fact, even if we're living somewhere else in the world and this happens, we'll totally drop everything to come back and pitch in where we can. This is home, and it always will be, wherever we may go.0
Most Helpful Guy
Earthquake or no, LA is already done.
Its a modern city of 4 million people in the mojave desert.
The fact is that the water crisis is just going to get worse and worse. Desalinization won't work because you'd have to have plants from there to San Diego.
Essentially, in our lifetimes you are going to see that L. A will be the worlds largest ghost town.
4 million used to live here and now its a ghost town0
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