University of Miami microbiologist Dr. Lisa Plano recently analyzed water dripping off swimmers on South Florida beaches.
Dr. Plano found staph bacteria on 37 percent of swimmers.
Even worse, three percent had drug-resistant MRSA infections.
Ever since I first flew from New York to Florida in 1972, for more than a third of a century, when the plane over the blue ocean approached the Florida coast, the water turned brown, the exact shade of what the Florida cities dumped untreated in the beaches.
Over the ensuing thirty years the newspapers claim that every town now treats its sewerage completely.
Liars! The water near the shore gets browner and browner every year.
And our newcomers get dirtier and dirtier.
Everyone please take a shower with soap and water before swimming in the ocean so you do not transfer infections to our water.
To save your own health, take a soap shower after swimming to remove much of your newly acquired Florida staph infection from your skin.
As for me? I cannot figure out how to wade through all the illegals washing ashore to get my body to the water. I prefer to get my exercise at the gym.
Perhaps Obama might think to add reclaiming the oceans to his ever growing list of trillions to evaporate.
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