Mike Lorrey writes:
> One final thing: There is absolutely no point in buying said NBC
> equipment if it is going to sit at home in a box. I'm sure plenty of
> list members have read enough SF to understand the first rule of space
> travel: keep your pressure suit with you at all times, you never know
> when a blowout will occur. Same rule applies with chemwarfare: carry
> your gasmask with you in your handbag, backpack, or briefcase at all
> times: in your car, at work, to the gym.
When exactly would you put it on? With bio attacks there seems to be
no hint of exposure until several days later. And with chem attacks,
most of the agents work by skin contact, so the mask wouldn't help, right?
So if you do carry a gas mask in your backpack, when do you open it up
and put the mask on?
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