Note To Criminals: Do Not Mess With Senior Citizens That Carry Pepper Spray by Carl Vouer

Dear criminals,

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We understand your plight, you need money to help fuel your insatiable  appetite for drugs and alcohol and because you are morally and ethically  bankrupt you would like to attain this money in the easiest and sleaziest way  possible; by mugging the decent, hard-working, law-abiding citizens of this  country. We also understand that when your depraved, conscious-less mind is  choosing an individual to rob you would like an individual that is going to  present the least resistance possible while you attempt to relieve them of their  money and any valuables that they may have on their person. Senior citizens  often fall into this category as they have naturally lost a bit of strength,  speed and the general ability to defend themselves in a physical altercation. If  we could offer just one bit of advice in this scenario, do NOT mess with a  senior citizen that is carrying pepper spray.

See, pepper spray is a highly effective means of self-defense for seniors,  women, men, students and just about anyone who doesn’t enjoy handing over their  wallets and/or purses to complete low-life strangers like yourself. Pepper  spray’s active ingredient is capsaicin, which is a chemical derived from the  fruit of plants in the Capsicum genus, including chilis. It is basically just  that, a spray made from peppers. Now when we say concentrated, we mean  concentrated. The scoville rating system is a measurement used to measure the  “hotness” of a pepper. For reference sake, a jalapeno pepper registers about  2,500-8,000 units on this scale, that’s a pretty hot pepper. There is a pepper  called the Naga Viper pepper that will absolutely destroy your mouth as it is  one of the hottest peppers on earth and this bad boy packs about 855,000  scoville units. Eating one of these Naga Viper peppers raw could put you in a  hospital or even worse. So how hot is the average pepper spray? Try about 5  million scoville units. How do you think that will feel in your eyes, nose,  throat and lungs after some little old lady sprays you in self-defense? Let’s  just say it will have a significantly detrimental effect on the remainder of  your day.

It would be in your best interest to steer clear of any senior citizen that  may be carrying pepper spray on them. Now I know what you are asking, ‘How do I  know which seniors might be carrying a defensive spray in their purse or  pocket?’. You don’t. That’s the beauty of pepper spray, it is easily concealable  and amazingly easy to carry on your person at all times which makes it ideal for  seniors. You also need no special skills or strength to operate a defensive  spray device. I guess what we are trying to say is that you should probably not  mess with anyone in general as you never know who may be carrying such a spray,  as it is going to wind up being you that feels the pain, not them. Maybe it’s  time to go back to school and become a doctor.

Yours Truly,

Carl Vouer Puzek Security Systems

To see more pepper  spray for seniors please visit us online at Puzek Security Systems

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