I was born in Fresno, raised in Orange County, and we had earthquake drills as far back as I can remember. We don't live in Cailfornia anymore, but we do live in Oregon, which is still in the ring of fire and potentially in an area where a very large, devastating earthquake can take place. However, I do recall even more than twenty years ago how much they talked about "the big one" was going to strike at any moment, and how we have to be prepared for it. I was in the '94 Northridge earthquake, which was relatively large and caused lots of damage. We're still alive, though, and I believe the state has learned a lot from it. The fact of the matter is that there's nothing we can do other than be prepared. We can't predict earthquakes as we can predict the weather, but we can make sure we have what we need and we know where to go if a large quake does strike.
I mean, we've seen how Disneyland react to natural disasters, so we know that they're at least prepared for the possibility of a moderate to a large quake happening.