Two-thirds of the Urban Politico staff who call the east coast home received an unexpected surprise today in the form of an earthquake that could be felt all up and down the eastern seaboard. There are a lot of things that you come to get used to living on the east coast: traffic, crowded streets, subways, skycrapers, 24-hour everything...but one thing you don't really expect is to be sitting on the 50th floor of your office building in the middle of the day and as it sways back and forth like it's doing the Dougie.
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