Did Desperate Mexicans, Collapsing Housing & Building Sectors Cause East Coast Earthquake?

No, we’re not drunk.

Oh well, we’ll confess to consuming just one bottle of ice-cold Guinness Extra Stout purchased from the local Patel liquor store.

It’s no secret that the U.S. housing and building sectors are in bad shape.

Make that very bad shape.

So, our question is whether the housing and building companies had anything to do with the 5.8 Richter Scale earthquake that struck the East Coast a couple of hours back. Yes, our house shook like hell. ๐Ÿ™

God knows how many buildings are badly damaged by the earthquake.

Of course, to the naked eye the buildings appear all right but who knows what structural damage has been caused.

The more houses certified damaged, the more opportunities for the housing and building sectors, na?

You may term our suspicion a wild conspiracy theory but remember that the human soul is capable of incalculable evil.

Evil that you cannot imagine lurks in the human soul, ever ready to burst out.

Do not forget there are a lot of stakeholders in the housing and building industries.

Millions of construction workers (mostly Mexicans and other Latinos), executives and real-estate brokers who’re desperately looking to see an uptick in their business.

By the way, new-home Sales in U.S. fell in July to the lowest level in five months.

Or maybe it’s all ‘God’s’ way of setting things right.

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6 Responses to "Did Desperate Mexicans, Collapsing Housing & Building Sectors Cause East Coast Earthquake?"

  1. rama dasa   August 23, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    Bhai ram dasji hasnt been feeling well the past few days due to sickness (bodily, NOT mentally) so if there was any curiosity as to why i havnt been posting rapid-fire comments lately, you now know why.

    Anyhow yes the first part is def. true. Call me a racist if you want but I have seen the work of the local construction workers who, coincidentally are Hispanic and, well,the end result wasnt too great.

    I remember back on 2008, we visited southern Michigan to look at houses, this one house was literally built sideways to the point where you had to hold on to the curtain rods to keep from falling down on the kitchen floor!so your idea is probably true (99% to be honest)

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    1. You write: Call me a racist if you want ….

    We strongly desire all the illegal Hispanics and illegal Indians to be deported ASAP. Cee Lo Green is playing F**K You in the background. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    2. Sweetie, we hope Ramji helps you to recover soon from wateva ailment you’re suffering from.

  2. AC   August 23, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    Looks like the Extra Stout has given you extra imagination.

    Time to go easy on the liquor, eh?

    Good to know you are safe though.

    SearchIndia.com Responds:

    Did you feel anything at all in your country cuntry? ๐Ÿ˜‰

    BTW, did we tell you how we discovered the meaning of life when visiting the seedy porn stores at the corner of Gerard St & Yonge St in your city?

    • AC   August 23, 2011 at 6:38 pm

      Ah, you do remember where we are from…

      Huffington Post Canada reported the tremors were felt in Toronto. I work rather high up in the Scotia Plaza building, didnt feel anything.

      Are you referring to the skanky vicinity around Zanzibar?

      SearchIndia.com Responds:

      Hey, don’t you call it a skanky area? ๐Ÿ™

      After all, we attained Nirvana there in a drunken stupor. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      We’re planning another visit to the area to, ahem, sample the wares aka new arrivals.

      Of course, our (s)exploits will be recounted in a post on the nonpareil SI blog.

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