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On April 28, 2009 members of the CSUN Geology Department faculty, staff, and Geology Club participated in an Emergency Preparedness & Crime Prevention Expo sponsored by the CSUN Police Department and the CERT Council. The CSUN Geology booth was festooned with fault maps, posters showing historic and possible future earthquakes, Drop! Cover! and Hold On! procedure, flyers from the USGS, and an earthquake animated video from the 2008 Great Southern California ShakeOut showing the probable wave propagation of a 7.8 magnitude earthquake starting east of the Salton Sea and following the San Andreas fault northward. However, the item that seemed to garner most of the attention was the shaking, vibrating, and twirling “earthquake in a can”.