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QUAKES ABOUND: ROCKIN' IN THE FREE WORLD

The earth is shaking!!! A 7.8 hits Ecuador!..

Quake now in Tonga .. https://www.rt.com/news/339924-quake-strikes-tonga-usgs/ !

There have been countless quakes in Japan .. and an entire portion of the island has moved!
Not to sound alarming, but this is quite alarming..http://dutchsinse.com/4162016-whole-portion-of-south-japan…/

More from Japan: Buildings swaying every hour.. foam in the streets.. and now mudslides are hampering the rescue efforts in Japan..


From the reports:



JAPAN: The 'region is swaying every hour' .. there seemingly is more coming.. http://www.cnn.com/20…/…/16/asia/japan-earthquake/index.htmlThis from the CNN report:
After a series of powerful earthquakes hit Japan, emergency crews are scrambling to rescue survivors trapped in rubble as aftershocks sway Kyushu region.
At least 23 people died in the latest Kyushu earthquake, according to Kumamoto Prefecture's disaster management office. The 7.0-magnitude quake hit early Saturday local time.
Two days earlier, a 6.2.-magnitude quake rattled the area, killing nine people. This brought the total death toll from both earthquakes to 32. Both earthquakes left 968 people injured, according to the disaster management office.

And this strange aftermath: Big quake. Big foam. Strange material floats down streets in Japan after the 7.3 quake.. http://mashable.com/2016/04/15/japan-earthquake-foam/…

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More to read: The earthquake in Ecuador was 6 times stronger than the one in Japan..
As rescue workers rushed in, officials said Sunday at least 77 people were killed, over 570 injured and the damage stretched for hundreds of miles to the capital and other major cities...

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A few days ago, a story was prevelant thanks to a link on the Drudge Report, from the UK EXPRESS: Experts, it reported, said the 'big one' would happen within 48 hours after the Japan quakes began.. The big ONES maybe more like it.

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Official searching for the phantom pooper

I CANNOT ADD ANY MORE TO THIS THAN WHAT A LOCAL CBS AFFILIATE DID IN COLORADO:
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (CBS4) – Police are searching for a woman who has been seen repeatedly defecating in a neighborhood while out running.Cathy Budde says her kids saw the woman mid-squat and came running back in the house to tell her.“They are like, ‘There’s a lady taking a poop!’ So I come outside, and I’m like … ‘are you serious?'” Budde said to the runner. “‘Are you really taking a poop right here in front of my kids?!’ She’s like, ‘Yeah, sorry!'”

IT continues to make some box office history

IT easily beat mother! this weekend .. It wasn't great competition, but it's a good victory nonetheless.


And some facts: In its first 10 days, the film adaptation of Stephen King's novel has earned $218.7 million domestically, passing up Get Out ($175.5 million) to become the No. 2 R-rated horror film of all time behind The Exorcist, not accounting for inflation. 
It is already the top-grossing September release in history. 
IT will finish its North American run with north of $300 million.

Overseas: IT is grossing $60.3 million in its second weekend from 56 markets for a foreign tally of $152.6 million and a stunning $371.3 million worldwide against a $35 million budget. 
Highlights included a record-breaking horror opening of $13.8 million in Mexico.
A perfect horror movie for the age of TRUMP.

The Great Mexico City Earthquake anniversary Earthquake

Thirty-two years to the day after an earthquake killed thousands of people in Mexico, a powerful quake rattled the country's central region Tuesday..



Again.. 32 years later. To the day..
Today across Mexico City, as people were prepping for earthquake drills and remembrances of what occurred then... and now today, what occurred in real time.
Videos of ground shaking.. buildings literally falling down.. NPR has this: "We don't have an estimate yet from authorities of how many buildings — but just photos and videos from people in the street show there are many buildings collapsed so far," reporter James Fredrick told NPR. "The civil protection agency of Mexico City has confirmed that they're beginning excavation work for people trapped inside collapsed buildings."
Another problem loosed by the quake: Gas leaks have been reported across the city, some of which have already resulted in fires, according to Fredrick.
"God bless the people of Mexico City,&qu…