The problem with cell phones in the air is partially due to the FAA officially refusing to clear them for liability reasons and the issues it causes with being connected to so many towers at once.
Inactive? There's a earthquake there, however mild it may be, every 5 or so years.
Reactors were automatically shut down for inspection at the plant.
Books didn't even fall off the shelves near the Coliseum.
Near the Coliseum, the office shook for 2 minutes. The cell phones didn't work for close to 30 minutes, but internet never went down (thank you redundant T1's) And again, Mineral is not in Northern Virginia.
Richmond here as well, near the Coliseum. We evacuated the building as well. At least one coworker was panicking but we brought her downstairs with us. I didn't see the Biotech buildings evacuating though.
I was on the second floor when things started rattling and we all went outside. It took about 2 minutes for the event to stop.
Welding joints are harder to repair.
Don't ever trust a company to retain features offered at the of sale either.
No, they get sued if they don't bring the offending products into compliance with the GPL.
They terk ur electrerns!
It's goatse again.
It seems you missed the joke.