Blame Global Warming

I’m not sure how, but I’m pretty sure nonetheless that the 5.2 magnitude earthquake that hit Indiana this morning is the fault of global warming.

Either that or a yawning fissure into the depths of hell just opened up on the border of Illinois and Indiana, and cacodemons are about to start spilling forth onto the mortal plane, in which case we all better go running for our BFGs and double barreled shotguns, because if there is one thing that hellspawned evil can’t stand, it’s double-ought buckshot.

In all seriousness though, Indiana is actually located on a relatively dormant fault line – it’s not like the San Andreas Fault that I grew up on, but it’s there and apparently does a little shake-and-roll from time to time.  I’m kind of sad that I missed it being here in Vegas, just so I could see how Hoosiers react when the planet decides to go a little rodeo.

10 thoughts on “Blame Global Warming”

  1. WTHR (Channel 13) was all-earthquake-all-the-time this morning. Most common response from the various people they interviewed: “I thought a truck hit the building”.

  2. First, nice Doom referance,but be careful l, you might date yourself.

    I am with you; it is only a matter of time before one of the followers of the Prophet Al Gore links this event to global warming.

    Also, if you think that Indian is freaking out, you should have seen us in Georgia a few years back with that 4.5 quake.

  3. That works too, I’m sure that BushMcHitlerburton detonated some kind of insidious nuclear device which was the cause of all this.

  4. I figured the Illuminati did it in order to affect worldwide corn prices.

  5. It’s Indiana. Most of the country is responding by remembering vaguely that there is, indeed, a state with that name.

  6. “That works too, I’m sure that BushMcHitlerburton detonated some kind of insidious nuclear device which was the cause of all this.”

    And he was probably working with Zionists and worshippers of Xenu when he did it.

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