The fact that they are even TALKING about a 7.5 on the Whittier Narrows/Puente Hills Thrust Fault kind of has me spooked. Not only would my house take a major hit if something that big and that close were to hit, but Disneyland is just a few miles from what could be the epicenter. I was always thinking that our distance from San Andreas would at least absorb some energy when and if the big one hit, but this info put things in a completely different light for me. As for Disneyland, you couldn't pay me to be in Mickey and Friends during something that big. It might very well be perfectly safe during a seven pointer, but I'll bet the engineers that built that freeway up in the bay area thought it was pretty safe at the time. Ditto with that overpass near Magic Mountain. I think the rides will all make it through just fine. I think hose parking structures are the only locations that would give me the heebie jeebies in a large earthquake.
Although I wouldn't be too thrilled to be in the Hyperion during a seven pointer either.
....or the top floor of one of those hotels.
Here's the LA Times article that caught my eye: