While some experts disagree with the cryptic assessment, there's a clear consensus that there's reason to be cautious, considering the risk of damage and destruction in the region, according to a report by BGR. So what does this mean for the residents of the sunshine state, ultimately? Should they run and hide in an emergency bunker and/or panic room and just live their lives concealed and in constant fear of impending death?
Of course not. Californians need to go out there and live the full, sun-soaked, water-lacking, glamour-filled lives they always have. If Californians don't rise above the fear, it means the terrorists -- um, I mean the earthquake -- has already won.
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