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First responders react to a simulated 7.7 magnitude earthquake on the New Madrid fault, followed by a large aftershock on the Wabash Valley fault, in a 2011 drill in Clay County, Ind. The state's Department of Homeland Security organized the eight-county exercise, which featured use of this half-million dollar mobile command post.

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Are you concerned enough about the Heartbleed bug on the Internet to change all of your social media and website passwords?

Yes. It’s always a good idea to change passwords regularly anyway. I just have so many, I’m not sure where to start.
No. From what I’ve read, companies are still trying to figure out how to fix the flaw. The bad guys will just have access to my NEW passwords, too.
Not sure, but I blame Al Gore. He invented the Internet, right? How’s he going to get us out of this mess?
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