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  1. #11
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    After my month long bout with a sinus and ear infection plus bells palsy from Earl last year...I sucked it up and decided NOT to go Sunday/Monday. The runoff coming from some of these streams is, for a lack of other words, toxic. For example, the Middlesex County town I work in lost power to a sewage pump station, which overflowed to the streets, which was flooded from the nearby stream. Guess where that all is now?

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surferdann View Post
    After my month long bout with a sinus and ear infection plus bells palsy from Earl last year...I sucked it up and decided NOT to go Sunday/Monday. The runoff coming from some of these streams is, for a lack of other words, toxic. For example, the Middlesex County town I work in lost power to a sewage pump station, which overflowed to the streets, which was flooded from the nearby stream. Guess where that all is now?
    C'mon your a Jersey Boy...toughin up!

  3. #13
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    Aug 2009
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    I got absolutely SCRAMBLED on a set wave Sunday, when the water looked like tobacco juice. Totally ground up and spit out. Took me a minute to get my bearings. Anyway... yesterday I STILL had water running out of my nose from that drilling. I'm just kinda waiting and seeing what happens next...

  4. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ND081 View Post
    that cannot be safe
    I'm taking my chances, its only saline solution. I saw pieces actual FECAL COLIFORM come out of my nose. Needless to say, I'm washing that sh*t out literally.

  5. #15

    Ocean Illness Form

    The Jersey Shore Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is tracking this type of thing. If you are in NJ, go to this site http://jerseyshore.surfrider.org/cam...ocean-illness/ and click the link to the Ocean Illness Form. This happens more than you'd think and the Chapter wants to track it as a first step to doing something about it.

  6. #16
    The Jersey Shore Chapter of the Surfrider Foundation is tracking this type of thing. If you are in NJ, go to this site http://jerseyshore.surfrider.org/cam...ocean-illness/ and click the link to the Ocean Illness Form. This happens more than you'd think and the Chapter wants to track it as a first step to doing something about it.

  7. #17
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    Aug 2010
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    is it safe yet? cuz ive been surfing all day and there are some fun ones out there right now

  8. #18
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    Nov 2009
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    Ok

    Ok- I neilmed-Ed alot and took zinc and slept.
    I think it will not stick...
    Im thankful for that. I hate sinus stuff

  9. #19
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    Jun 2010
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    Always happens after flooding/overflow of that magnitude...definitely use the neti pot as soon as you can after the session and once a day after that if you feel something funky goin on up there haha. I got a good one last summer that lasted over two weeks, sinus problems suck but if you got some good ones then it was probably worth it!

  10. #20
    Hey, just be glad you got to surf some nice waves. I had to go to my friends' bacholer weekend and missed all of it...i would have taken sickness no problem to score on those waves....killed me the whole time I was away....then if it couldn't get any worse, it took us 9 hours to make a 2.5 hour drive back home. We were pushing trees off roads to get home and driving through flooded out roads.