Thursday, April 18, 2024

  • Thursday, April 18, 2024
  • Elder of Ziyon

In January, anti-Israel protesters at Columbia University claim they were exposed to a "chemical attack." As The Nation breathlessly reported:
[T]he protests by SJP and its affiliates were met with a new threat at a peaceful action on Friday January 19. Columbia SJP reported that protesters were sprayed with a horrible-smelling “stink bomb” at the event, before later posting an update that the foul product was identified as Skunk, an Israeli-developed chemical weapon, used as recently as December in East Jerusalem on Muslim worshippers.

Dozens of students told the Spectator that the spray left a strong odor—one that smelled akin to a dead body, according to one graduate student—that led to nausea, burning skin and eyes, and soiled clothing and hair. Numerous students were hospitalized and received care for chemical inhalation.

The two students accused of spraying the substance were suspended from Columbia. 

Al Jazeera spent hours creating an entire documentary about this incident, interviewing students who claim that they suffered medical problems from the spray.  A few went to local doctors, complained about alleged symptoms, and CityMD gave a diagnosis of "(suspected) exposure to potentially hazardous chemical" based not on any evidence but on what the student claimed. So now this report is "evidence of chemical attack."

The network even identified one of the alleged attackers holding something white!

Ladies and gentlemen, here is Liquid Ass, "extra strong poop spray:"

One of the suspended students  is suing the school:

A Jewish Columbia University student claims he was improperly suspended for discharging two “novelty fart sprays” during a campus anti-Israel rally — arguing the substances were “non-toxic” and his actions were harmless, a lawsuit says.

The student, named “John Doe” in court papers, sprayed gag gifts called “Liquid Ass” and “Wet Farts” that he bought on Amazon for $10.99 into the air and not at any particular person during the Jan. 19 protest, the lawsuit, obtained by The Post, claims.

“[The] plaintiff’s actions were a harmless expression of speech to demonstrate discontent with the pro-Hamas pro-Palestine message through the use of a gag gift, and nothing further,” the lawsuit, filed Tuesday by the student in Manhattan federal court, says.

It sure looks like this evil criminal is holding a bottle of Liquid Ass and didn't import the Israeli "skunk" spray (which is also non-toxic, by the way.) 

Q: Is Liquid ASS safe?

A: Yes. Liquid ASS has been thoroughly tested by an independent lab and found to be safe. The Material Safety Data Sheet for Liquid ASS notes that "No hazardous ingredients known to be present."   Follow directions, and you are good to go.

Q: From what ingredients is Liquid ASS made?

A: Well, believe it or not, Liquid ASS is not made from real ass, although your nose screams otherwise. We can't tell you the actual ingredients since they are proprietory. However, Liquid ASS has been tested to be safe and it has been rumored that Liquid ASS clears up clogged sinuses. So ASS 'em hard and frequently.

Q: Will Liquid ASS stain cloth, furniture, or carpet?

A: Liquid ASS is virtually clear and will not stain most fabrics. In fact, Liquid ASS will not even show on fabrics unless it is pure white.

But it does smell really, really bad. That's the point. 

In fact, it is used by...medical professionals!
Researchers, hospitals, and programs designed to train medical professionals routinely order Liquid Ass. The stench so realistically mimics the human colon, it’s the perfect training tool to teach medical responders how to maintain focus and professional demeanor in the midst of a truly overwhelming smell. And because the stench is universally offensive, psychologists have found it’s the perfect tool for studying the effects of disgust on all sorts of human behavior, from political decision-making to health care choices.
And by the military:
Liquid Ass even made its way into military training operations, as Mary Roach describes in her book Grunt. It’s a key ingredient in fake bowels filled with dyed oatmeal, used in a device called a Cut Suit, a creation of a training company called Strategic Operations in San Diego, California which trains some members of the US military. The Cut Suit is a wearable prop that realistically mimics wounds; it starts off looking like healthy skin, and when you cut into it, it looks and smells like a real body would if it were cut open. The suits have been used, for example, by Navy medics practicing attending to wounded soldiers during an ongoing battle.

It is pretty clear that Liquid Ass is a perfectly safe, if disgusting, joke product, and not a chemical weapon. 

(Wet Farts is also certified non-toxic.)

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