Message from Madison in Charlottesville 2.0 #gear_and_attire
I have sourced this directly from a doctor.
I will ask about the Maalox shit
The good thing is that most of the OC will be water based OC and will Decon with water / saline and baby shampoo if they were using Oil based like I had in the army then it sucks to decon
Oil based spray fucks you up big time. I'm bringing some potent shit that The military isn't allowed to use any more. I "borrowed" it from an armory storage before I got out of the navy.
ya probably not a good idea to bring stolen, military-grade weaponry.
Right wingers having access to stolen, military grade weaponry is a good propaganda meme though 😂
The military stoped using most oil based spray being it starts on fire if you taze some one after you spray hem... happened a bunch of times in the detention facilities in Iraq
@HueTheHand haha. Looks like we might have just discovered a new punishments for trannys!!!
Flaming fag spray when?
@Hand Banana I personally will have maalox, water+dawn solution, and saline in spray bottles in my kit. Pretty sure others are also carrying spray bottles of counteragents. 👌
I read J&J baby shampoo + water is also effective?
^ Yes baby shampoo is great for both mace and pepper spray bring that shit
I'm bringing an emt, he says do not mix maalox and water until needed to keep it sterile
Good old milk helps with the capsaicin (active agent in pepper spray).
Water and Soap are reccomended. The baby shampoo is also a good idea.
Pretty sure the Milk thing is just a bad troll.
I think the milk works, but who wants to keep it cold while they're at a rally? And if not, who wants to be sprayed in the face with warm milk when there are other alternatives?
but still yeah, a spray bottle of baby shampoo and water
Don't forget terrycloth towels too
^Cheapest best rated option I could find, it's Amazon prime too
Stay hydrated brothers
Maalox is good for pepper spray as well
Any antacid that won't harm the eyes
Are we all bringing fidget spinners or...?
VA law bans items that look like ninja stars
How will I soothe my tism then?
@khaos156-WV a simple internet search would have spared you the indignity of labeling well-meaning advice - from personal experience, no less - a "bad troll"
What's the general consensus on what to wear/bring defensive gear or normal clothing?
dress nicely. Khakis and a polo or semi casual button down
I'd recommend smart looking, neat clothing. Personally I'm not a big fan of the whole paramilitary or LARPing look. I believe khakis and a collared shirt is more effective optics.
Breathable, light material for the heat.
Good shoes or boots with ankle support and tread for obvious reasons
Obviously that goes for those like me who are just attending. Security detail/ shield wall folks should coordinate amongst themselves
Yeah my crew is going in black polos and black pants