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LA Smelling Gas Odor, SoCalGas Can't Find - Large Earthquake Near?

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http://abc7.com/mysterious-odor-plagues-west-la-residents/2715642/

CHEVIOT HILLS, LOS ANGELES (KABC) --

Hundreds of people in the westside of Los Angeles County reported smelling gas, but local authorities and SoCalGas have not received any reports of a gas leak.

The mystery odor reached as far as Culver City, Westwood, Exposition Park, Midvale, Brookhaven, Cheviot Hills, Rancho Park and Venice.

SoCalGas said crews headed to the area of Pico Boulevard and Overland Avenue around 10 p.m. in the Rancho Park area. No source of the smell was found, but the utility worked with Los Angeles Fire Department crews to further investigate.

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Possible signs a large earthquake is near in Southern California?

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:pointing-down-smiley-emoticon:

It's the smell of all the evil television Personalities being roto rootered out of Southern California.

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There are a lot of indicators that LA is going to get hit with a Big quake soon...

Videos of Blonde Women Who Dream of the Los Angeles Mega Earthquake

Here is just one example .....:goodreadl:

https://highcastlewebbotforum.vbulletin.net/forum/psychics-futurists-remote-viewers-astrologers-researchers/24942-videos-of-blonde-white-women-who-dream-of-the-los-angeles-mega-earthquake

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIs-Ez-lrU8

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At this point it is no longer "if" or "when", it is now. From here through next year, especially spring in the US, it could be this little nothing stuff we have seen to 9+ stuff. 

As far as SoGay gas goes, they will do whatever narrative. They do not hire based on qualifications or experience. Only gay people can work there. That is thier qualification. These are the same people that handled porter ranch and got the whole san fernando valley....

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37 minutes ago, COBO Member said:

Maybe it's not the chemical additive that smells like rotten eggs. Possibly mistaking a sulphur smell??

Indeed. There is some website that supposedly shows gas levels, but I can't recall. It always shows the volcanic gas clouds. They also reported it coming in from the ocean before too.

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1 minute ago, Commandante Frio said:

Usually if it is natural gas, you cannot smell it. They put odor in gas

Ummm...that's what I was saying. The kids and I hunkered down in the closest available shelter as a tornado went past. Once I felt it was safe, we headed on down the road.

We were passing a trailer park that had been hit, so I pulled in to see if I could help. Point is, as soon as I opened the door, the rotten egg smell hit me full in the face. "Nobody light a cigarette!"

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4 minutes ago, Curenado said:

Indeed. There is some website that supposedly shows gas levels, but I can't recall. It always shows the volcanic gas clouds. They also reported it coming in from the ocean before too.

Exactly! I'm saying people could be mistaking the smell of sulphur for the rotten egg smell typically added to natural gas! Bad news geologically speaking.

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21 minutes ago, Commandante Frio said:

Usually if it is natural gas, you cannot smell it. They put odor in gas

"Mercaptans" are added to give it that rotten egg smell.

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