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Comics - Wrong Priorities - April 19th, 2010, 10:00 am

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luciferownsme, April 6th, 2010, 12:18 am

- I'm in an "animated comic" mood.... though this time it was "I have no idea how to make an earthquake look like an earthquake with speedlines"

First thing I did during an earthquake was save my work in Photoshop...

PRIORITIES, BITCHES!



That and I'm not sure where the hell you're supposed to hide. They used to say "door frame" but now the door frame is bad. Then they said under a desk. Then they said next to a desk! But other people still say under a desk.

I think it might depend on the desk. IKEA furniture never feels safe. ._. The IKEA bunkbed shakes so hard when you climb to the top (just keep stuffed animals and random stuff up there).

I always thought earthquake preparedness in middle and high school was total bullshit. YES, A PARTICLE BOARD SQUARE SMALLER THAN YOUR NOTEBOOK ATTACHED TO A CHEAP PLASTIC CHAIR WILL TOTALLY PROTECT YOUR WHOLE BODY </sarcasm>

I mean really?!

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Ah, you do better than me.
I normally roll over and go back to sleep if the earthquake is at night, or just continue what I'm doing if it's during the day.
xD
A book for protection is more than what I'll ever use.

posted by hinavalkyrie on April 19th, 2010, 11:57 am





 

Saving may actually be a bad idea since if your power goes out while it's saving, the file will be corrupted. The thing to do would be to save a copy. That way, if it gets corrupted mid-save, you still have a version to revert to.

We don't have earthquakes here, but plenty of thunderstorms and floods. Same result.

posted by eishiya on April 19th, 2010, 1:00 pm



 

Don't worry. I would do the same thing if I lived around a fault-line.

posted by Guest on April 19th, 2010, 2:57 pm



  Safest Place

Get out in the open; that way you won't have to worry about ceilings falling on you. And if buildings start to collapse sideways you'll see it in time to get out of the way. If the ground happens to split open... well, make sure you bring some rope.

Charlie Bronson's always got a rope!

posted by Xanatos (Guest) on April 20th, 2010, 2:44 am



 

Haha, just get yourself a back-up generator or work on a laptop. No need to worry about power outages then. Just continue whatever you were doing, and watch your drawings come out really really shaky.

posted by Guest on April 20th, 2010, 6:18 am



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