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Illinois Earthquake does no real damage but Bill O'Reilly thinks Chicago is in shambles already

The recent news of the Illinois earthquake at 4am on Wednesday, February 10, 2010 surprised most Chicago natives. We're not used to this sort of thing around these parts.

An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.8 hit 70 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, shaking many homes and buildings and lots of people in Chicago felt it. (CNN)

Read what they had to say on Chicago Red Eye.

Bill O'Reilly seems to think Chicago is already on a state of disaster. Especially the south side of Chicago. (See Bill O'Reilly compares Chicago to Haiti)

He compares the south side of Chicago to Haiti during the Bold and Fresh Tour when he says, "if you've ever been to the south side of Chicago, I mean its a disaster. All right? Its like Haiti. I've been to Haiti a couple of times and I support a couple of charities there but Haiti just never gets better no matter how much money you put in there because they don't have a system."

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