YoOjo: The ocean is one big decomposing dump full of fish cum, dead farts and old mattresses... everything on the planet ends up in the ocean as plankton eventually, it's all part and parcel of being locked into an organic cycle of life - shiat - death.So why anyone would have a problem with swimming alongside a poopship destroyer is beyond me, just close your damn wordhole and get on with enjoying your leisurely soak in the soup.
AlwaysRightBoy: Bad subby, it's always been NYC (besides your snookie) that has polluted the Jersey shore. Most of the abuse in the 80's was medical waste plus Hudson River sewer waste and everything else NYC had to offer. If it weren't for the Clearwater foundation and many others including the Hudson River Foundation, we would not have what we have today.
IdBeCrazyIf: Ignore the warnings...Just get a small floatation device and enjoy your rum ham in peace and quiet
s1ugg0: NJ beaches ranked 7th out of the 30 states, that have beaches, this year for cleanliness.So up yours subby.
JackalRabbit: NYC is pretty much built on one big land fill anyway. That island ain't all natural.
TryptophanX86: Funny how I could always tell when I was crossing in to NJ... Just driving down the highway, windows down and OMG, what's that smell?!?!?! About 1000ft later the "Welcome to New Jersey" sign would pop up... yep, NJ stinks, litterally.
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