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Re: Red pepper spray


Nice work.  That looks roughly like the one I inadequately remember.  I do seem
to recall actual pepper oil, though I don't know if it makes much difference.
Your warning about watching your eyes is quite appropriate, of course, but a
friend's regrettable experience reminds me that it's at least as important to
watch [and wash] one's hands.  The friend and I had been working with peppers
one evening, and he did one of those unthinking, quick my-nose-itches pinches.
My.  It produced an instant high-level response.  Capsicum is an oil, after all,
and hangs around on the skin.


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