Wednesday, October 14, 2009

DON'T GO SURFING

Rain Advisory
Levels of bacteria rise significantly in ocean waters during and after rainstorms. Elevated levels of bacteria may continue for a period of up to 7 days depending upon the intensity of the rain and the volume of runoff. Elevated bacteria levels in ocean water may cause someone to become ill or die. It is recommended that beach users avoid contact with ocean water for a period of 7 days after rainfall ends.

If you need to surf in a sewer, do it here:

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sidney Esq. Jr. III Inc. et al en masse, Local 328 AFL/CIO, this is your finest production ever. You must be in some sort of think-tank over there.

fiddflesticks said...

Cy, that is scary. Were'd you find it.

puttzle said...

Due to the ongoing road and waterline work, it is advised that you stay out of the water at San-O until work is complete, which will be sometime in January, weather permitting.

fiddflesticks said...

Advice well taken. Thanks, bro.

fiddflesticks said...

Puzzle, do you really mean 'due to' rather than 'because of'. I thought we admonished some other guy the other day for the same blunder.

not puttzle or murphy said...

I looked up "ersatz."

Very clever.

E. Coli said...

As usual I saw Murphy surfing Doheny in the middle of the rain.

Anonymous said...

You're not going to scare me.
I heading straight to San Onofre and surf directly in front of Bldg. #1 where the massive sewer burst is.

Anonymous said...

Wayne Satz is the dead reporter from channel 7 who broke the McMartin pre-school bs.

puttzle said...

Did he go surfing and die?

McMurphy said...

Say what?

Anonymous said...

Say who?

BABALU said...

Anon' #3, McMartin was a witch hunt by envious South Bay wan2bees. How would I know? I live in Walteria, was employed by Circle 7, when we went to Manhattan Beach in the ABC van covering the story.

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