Rosie O'Donnell has been asked to leave Reno Nevada after her trampolining escapades resulted in more than 100 aftershocks being recorded on the western edge of the city. Scientists had urged residents of northern Nevada's largest city to prepare for a bigger tremors should Rosie refuse to leave. Rosie, who arrived in the city Thursday with her trampoline, has caused wide spread damage with her jumping and the resulting tremors - which swept store shelves clean, cracked walls in homes and dislodged rocks on hillsides, but there were no reports of injuries or widespread major damage. A rockslide triggered by Rosie's Friday night's bouncing was blamed for causing a 125-foot breach in a wooden flume that carries water to one of two water treatment plants in Reno, a city of about 210,000. A backup pump was used to divert water to the plant, and the breach was not expected to cause any water shortages, said Aaron Kenneston, Washoe County emergency management officer. Mike Lentini of Reno said Friday night's 'bouncing' felt "like a big truck hit the building" and awakened his family. Jars of mayonnaise and bottles of ketchup and shampoo fell from shelves at a Wal-Mart store in northwest Reno. Overhead televisions swayed at a sports bar in neighboring Sparks, 11 miles east. "I am so sorry" said a tearful Rosie "I came to Reno to use my trampoline because I didn't want to cause problems in California - oh my - oh dear - I feel like such a silly bean" said the fat *** lesbian. Rosie has promised not to trampoline anywhere near the Western seaboard, nor use a pogo stick ever again.