80 years later, children of 1933 Long Beach earthquake recall fear, excitement

The brightest and most joyful news that followed the terrifying and deadly 1933 Long Beach Earthquake, which blasted the city and surrounding towns 80 years ago today, is that the children were spared. Full Story
historian

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Mar 10, 2013
Just for the record, this is the traumatic event that made Ronald take up smoking, and unbridled homosexuality. Many years later, they're the only things he has left.
Spike

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Mar 10, 2013
historian wrote:
Just for the record, this is the traumatic event that made Ronald take up smoking, and unbridled homosexuality. Many years later, they're the only things he has left.
Sounds about right! Lost at life, can't quit crying.
guest

Long Beach, CA

#3 Mar 11, 2013
LOL, ROFL, LMFAO, ROFLMFAO, LOOL, etc..

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