Message from @Aaron - VA

Discord ID: 337050048468877323

2017-07-18 05:10:25 UTC  

Going back to that doxxing stuff, some people will be carrying flags, this is a surefire way to get noticed, are you suggesting that that would be too highkey? I want to be able to fly any flag of my choice without having to worry about getting doxxed. @Johnny O'Malley

2017-07-18 05:11:45 UTC  

If you're flying an IE flag you can't make the argument that you're not IE

2017-07-18 05:12:56 UTC  

But if you want to fly a flag just fly the flag, wear sunglasses and don't try to recreate any based gook wife man shit with your flag pole and they won't have a reason to dox you

2017-07-18 05:13:02 UTC  

That's all I was getting at

2017-07-18 05:13:26 UTC  

I'm not trying to discourage anyone from representing who they are with. I actually encourage it

2017-07-18 06:07:28 UTC  

Got it, thanks for the clarification.

2017-07-18 21:03:15 UTC  

So what is the plan in the even our space is occupied by the antis?

2017-07-18 23:57:26 UTC  

It will be dealt with by the event coordinators and LE

2017-07-19 00:26:41 UTC  

Are there going to be porta John's there? Taking a leak might be a big mission otherwise.

2017-07-19 01:28:55 UTC  

Maybe I missed it, but what exactly is the dress code requirements for attendees? Business casual? Is there anything prohibited other than masks and swazis?

2017-07-19 01:39:22 UTC  

khakis and button up/polo is good

2017-07-19 01:40:22 UTC  

What about Cargo shorts and a button up over a tank top?

2017-07-19 01:40:41 UTC  

Swazis aren't prohibited.

2017-07-19 01:55:23 UTC  

I understand that the polo/khakis look is good, I'm asking that if someone shows up deliberately negating that professional look, for example with a huge swastika on their t-shirt, will they be turned away or allowed to stay?

2017-07-19 01:55:45 UTC  

Or flip flops and a wife beater tank

2017-07-19 01:56:03 UTC  

I'm showing up with a swastika shirt and i'm not being turned away

2017-07-19 01:56:04 UTC  


2017-07-19 01:56:06 UTC  

@Jack Danson - KG I think it's up to whatever group you're coming with, but might as well not make it trashy. Polos and khakis looked good last time.

2017-07-19 01:56:15 UTC  

If you're wearing flip flops you're not the brightest person

2017-07-19 01:56:31 UTC  

but you wont get turned away

2017-07-19 01:56:33 UTC  

National Socialism is trashy huh?

2017-07-19 01:56:41 UTC  


2017-07-19 01:57:01 UTC  


2017-07-19 01:57:06 UTC  

Oh the swastikas. No, I was just responding to the general question about dress code.

2017-07-19 01:57:07 UTC  

Are you saying the symbol of peace is trashy?

2017-07-19 01:57:15 UTC  

Oh, okay 😃

2017-07-19 01:58:06 UTC  

But yeah, flip flops are a really dumb idea

2017-07-19 01:59:55 UTC  

This is a Unite the Right rally, not a "I get to do whatever I want with unconditional support from allies" rally.

2017-07-19 02:00:36 UTC  

I know that, I'm asking what is going to happen to people who give zero shits about optics. The ones that the media focus on and use to brand the entire crowd/event with

2017-07-19 02:01:11 UTC  

Well, when you're uniting with NS, there might be a swastika or two.

2017-07-19 02:01:38 UTC  


2017-07-19 02:01:42 UTC  

I'll put in a good word for you, Jack.

2017-07-19 02:01:55 UTC  

I'll be sure to tell fox news what's up from you

2017-07-19 02:03:18 UTC  

I like to dress down in the office from time to time, but when I'm meeting with a client or a business partner, I put on a blazer and slacks even if I'd prefer to wear a t-shirt.

2017-07-19 02:03:42 UTC  

No flip flops.

2017-07-19 02:03:58 UTC  


2017-07-19 02:04:14 UTC  

No contact lenses either.

2017-07-19 02:05:08 UTC  

^^ that should be stickied

2017-07-19 02:05:13 UTC  


2017-07-19 02:05:31 UTC  

people dont think about that shit if they have never been gassed or sprayed before

2017-07-19 02:05:39 UTC