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Topic - Simon Abrams
New York entertainment writer Simon Abrams said he felt shakes on his workplace's seventh floor but thought it might have been something happening elsewhere in the Mudd Building at Columbia University.
"I was unsure if it was in my head or not until the second tremor was felt and my boss asked me if that was an earthquake," he said. "Only way we know it was an earthquake, ironically, was Twitter."