This Chronicle story about tonight's 5.6 magnitude earthquake (the biggest I've ever felt - it was like riding a wave), is total lollerskatez. Shall I count the ways?
1. "I thought I was going to die," said Audi Andaya, 24, of San Jose, was working in a Subway sandwich store in the Eastridge Mall in east San Jose when the earthquake hit. "Dust started flying from the ceiling. It came down like smoke. It was like it was snowing.
"I thought, 'I don't want to die young. I don't want to die like this.' "
I know I was farther away than she was, but DAMN girl! This reporter found a winner.
2. In San Francisco's Westwood Park neighborhood near City College, the quake rattled Greg Clinton.
Westwood Park neighborhood? For realsies?
3. A clerk at Kwik and Convenient in Mipitas, who said his name is Suki Suki, said not much was damaged - except his psyche.