This morning a 5.6-magnitude earthquake struck northern Oklahoma. The tremor's epicenter located around Pawnee, the seat of Green County was the strongest quake in recent history for the Great Plains, knocking down a wall of an old building in Pawnee. People felt the seismic shaking as far away as Austin, Texas, resurrecting more concerns about the dangers fracking presents to the tectonic plates>
Pumping greased water into the ground is dangerous, but I blame this earthquake on morbidly obese Okies shopping for their BBQs at the Pawnee Walmart.
Too much weight in one place at one time and the earth crusts crackles like a potato chip, proving that fracking and obesity are a danger combination.
Especially if you throw in Walmarts.
There's nothing in the USA worst than that.
Even in Pawnee.