ICYMI: You Probably Won't Die In An Earthquake
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- Even if the San Andreas fault were to rupture right after you close this tab, you probably wouldn't die in following major earthquake. The odds of a Southern Californian dying in an earthquake are extraordinarily low.
- Often people forget, among Mexico's broad tourist promotion, that people in many parts of the country live in terror. The L.A. Times shares a story of one of Mexico's modern "desaparecidos" (translated to mean "the disappeared"), a nursing student from the state of Veracruz.
- A dumb and racist TV treatment for a show called "Mail Order Family" was killed in development after a bunch of people pointed out that human trafficking is not a suitable subject for a network comedy.
- Donald Trump apparently doesn't care about his daughter, Tiffany. So, The New York Times decided to write a lengthy profile on her.
- $549,000 will buy you a gorgeous looking craftsman in South Los Angeles. The jury is out, however, on whether or not the neighbors are happy with all the 'flipping' going on in the neighborhood.
- It might rain in San Francisco on Sunday morning for the first time since May. Good for them!
Speaking of rain, here's that classic video from January of a bunch of trash cans floating down a hill in, what looks like, Echo Park or Silver Lake.