No quake breakage
01/28/2014 6:38 PM
01/28/2014 6:39 PM
As a chronic shopaholic, I’m in three to five area antique malls every week and the first thought I always have when walking in the font door is: Wow! Look at those great big piles of glass and other breakable stuff. What would happen if there were an earthquake?
So, Star-Telegram reports that, even though I didn’t notice, the area has been “shaken” by more than 30 earthquakes.
Alarmed, I drove to the epicenter, the Azle Antique Mall, expecting to find absolute chaos — knee-deep broken glass. But, instead of helping my friends clean up the mess, several staff members told me that not so much as a teacup had been broken.
— Brian Perkins, Sr., Fort Worth
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