South Shore High School

Graduating Class of 1960

 

THE SSHS1960 FORUM

 

Welcome to South Shore HS

class of 1960 Interactive FORUM

 

FACTS UPDATED: As of now the blog application has been activated. Now that the  blog/bbs is going all the comments can be posted directly to the blog,  blog.sshs.com. Sending comments/replies  thru our e-mail won’t be necessary. But a Forum member must still post a complete NEW message by sending it to classmail@sshs60.com.

 

How to use the blog. The blog's homepage has all the entries in descending (newest first) order. Scrolling down you can read each entry, view comments, and add a comment. Just click on the links (in red), the title above the entry or the choices below. To add a comment, just click the Add Comment link and a new page will load. Now scroll down to the Leave A Comment section. Enter the security code, a 5 digit number displayed in the little box (this is required). Going down there are name, Email, and Website boxes, these are optional. If you don't enter a name the comment will be listed as anonymous. Next type your comment in the rectangular box. Then scroll down to bottom of the page and press the Submit Comment button. 

IMPORTANT: All submissions must be approved by a fellow SSHS1960 graduate before they can be published. No big deal! Its really quite easy, and you will become skilled after a couple of tries.

 

Following is the first topic

 

Topic #01

Recent Earthquakes

 

It seems in the past several years there have been an epidemic of major earthquakes, most tragically the destruction of Port-au-Prince in Haiti. Earthquakes are measured on the Richter Scale, a logarithmic device for determining shock intensity. So a 7.0 is ten times more violent than a 6.0 and a hundred times more violent than a 5.0. It is theoretical that the 7.1 New Zealand quake could have caused catastrophic consequences if the epicenter was near San Francisco.

 

A major earthquake hits New Zealand

(thanks to Barry AKA “Demo” for the article)

 

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"Christchurch was a peaceful, somewhat quaint, rather idyllic place when we vacationed in New Zealand four years ago.  It's hard to imagine what it must look like now.  Here are a few pictures from our visit."

 

Al

 

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