Those of you of a certain age will recall LL Cool J's "Going Back to Cali" video from the 80s.
Later this week, I will be heading to California myself for a work conference, just days after large earthquakes rocked Southern California.
My preparedness plans for this trip are a little different than my usual work trip. The L.A Times reported yesterday there is an "11 percent chance of another huge earthquake in Southern California." The Sacramento Bee reported today that some experts say Southern California is overdue for "the big one" along the San Andreas fault.
I am not particularly worried about a big earthquake hitting the area while we are there. That's in large part because I am taking additional precautions. These include:
Meanwhile, my wife says my plans are not as solid as I believe they are, citing The Rock's definitive work on surviving a major quake in SoCal:
My wife will likely be trying to purchase life insurance on me should this unfold live on cable news while I am there.
More posts to follow as this adventure unfolds.
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