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One Comment

  1. Matt J. says:

    I am amazed at how little information is in this report. Lots of pictures of boats that were tossed about, but not even a picture of the height of the wave in Santa Cruz or Crescent City. Not even a mention in the text of the height when it finally reached here.

    1. G-Kels says:

      because Tsunami means Tsu- Harbor Wave, the people of the united states have been mislead for 100’s of years of poor quality teachers in our college system. They have made it sound like a tidal wave that destroys. Wrong again.
      These are surgeing waves that are not very high its a rolling effect!

  2. URDUMB says:

    But the girls alook good, i like the border collie.

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