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Joleen Chaney and Emily Sutton have some excellent earthquake safety tips

7:58 AM EST on November 10, 2011

If you read this site on a regular basis, you probably know about Joleen Chaney and Emily Sutton. If not, you should be ashamed of yourself and forced to watch Clark Matthews' newest video lecture on how to exploit the tandem defense-offense strategy in intermediate-level checkers. You may not learn a thing about checkers, but you will learn to never ignore the hottest pair of TV news co-workers turned BFF's for life turned hot roommates.

Yes, you read that right. KFOR News Vixen Joleen Chaney and TV Weather Goddess Emily Sutton are now roomies. The only thing that could make that sentence any better would be strategically placed words like "bubble bath," "tickle fight" or "free trial membership."

Seriously, this is a big deal. It's pretty rare for two hot girls to live together. Usually they choose their distressed emotional friend from high school or Dave Morris as a living partner. That way they can feel better about themselves. In fact, the last time I knew of two hot girls living with each other was when those European fashion models moved in next door to me. Love triangles never end well.

Anyway, Joleen and Emily decided to post some pictures of earthquake safety tips during the Great Earthquake Weekend of 2011. I think they did this more to mess with us rather than educate the masses on what to do when your wine glasses rattle, but I'm totally okay with that. Check the pictures out.

Earthquake Safety Tip #1: Pose for hot pictures underneath a door frame

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Earthquake Safety Tip #2: Huddle underneath a table and pray to Gary England

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Earthquake Safety Tip #3: Invite Patrick over for a glass of wine

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That's pretty cool. I'm glad the girls took time to share these educational and informative tips with us. Maybe next time they'll let us know the secrets to a Thai massage or some bikini checkers tips. I'll take either one.

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