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Old 02-25-2015, 08:23 AM   #31
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That isn't being a very good neighbor.
Thats jailhouse behavior man. Leaving feces lying in public places is wrong on so many levels. Kids know better than that.
Maybe this kind of behavior is why lots of parks and other places don't allow school bus conversions... It certainly doesn't help things in any way.
well, i guess tongue in cheek doesnt work too well across the net, but if you ever get into any hood in any city, you will see that public sanitation is not a concern.

only a fool would leave a sack full of dna in a public place...........................


watch out where the huskys go, dont you eat the yellow snow.
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Old 02-25-2015, 08:51 AM   #32
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well, i guess tongue in cheek doesnt work too well across the net, but if you ever get into any hood in any city, you will see that public sanitation is not a concern.

only a fool would leave a sack full of dna in a public place...........................


watch out where the huskys go, dont you eat the yellow snow.
I my sarcasm meter didn't go off. It's usually pretty good!
I was puzzled as you hadn't struck me as a sociopath!
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Old 02-25-2015, 09:03 AM   #33
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I my sarcasm meter didn't go off. It's usually pretty good!
I was puzzled as you hadn't struck me as a sociopath!
no, but i am nuts!!!!!!!!
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Old 02-25-2015, 12:35 PM   #34
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Our family campsite has had an outhouse for the last several years but in the beginning my BIL had cesspits beside both of their permanent trailers. He just dug a fair sized pit, ran some PVC pipe between the RV toilets and the pits and put a plywood cover over the pits. We never noticed a whiff of smell over several years, but then again we weren't full timing either. We take home our recyclables and burn the rest of the trash in the campfire.

While boondocking I would have no problem carefully burying a week's worth of #1 and #2 in a pit off the trail.
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Old 02-25-2015, 01:00 PM   #35
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Okeey Dokeey

let's keep this on the tracks and out of the ditch line

We need to not muddle up usable threads with side tracking and political stuff, that's best left for the "everything else" area

This may get cleaned up in the future...

I have removed offensive references to political parties in this thread, it was not relevant or helpful for it to be here

continue on, and I burned coal for a couple years, it was more efficient at keeping a hot fire going all night

And I used dried cow patties for "wood" in AZ w/Boy scouts...we did not cook on it
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Old 02-25-2015, 04:04 PM   #36
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Thanks for looking after things Bansil.

Ahh, I love where this thread is going. Too bad there are always a few cry baby's.

The sheep dog thing was a line from the movie "American Sniper".

I did add my own wording.

I need to take some pics of my stove, bag of coal, ect. Then I will start a thread related to the use of coal as a heat source, and using it to safely incinerate human waste.

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In India cow patties are used for fuel too, you can see them plastered on the sides of huts until they dry and fall off in little puck shaped rounds. I was joking with a friend that this could be my solution for #2, just slap it on the side of my van to dry in the sun... ha.

If I ate entirely grass and had two stomachs I could probably pull it off!
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In India cow patties are used for fuel too, you can see them plastered on the sides of huts until they dry and fall off in little puck shaped rounds. I was joking with a friend that this could be my solution for #2, just slap it on the side of my van to dry in the sun... ha.

If I ate entirely grass and had two stomachs I could probably pull it off!
That puts a new spin on chia pet
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Old 02-26-2015, 07:20 AM   #39
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wondering if one could run waste through a mecerator pump and then through hot exhaust? think holding tank wrapped around headpipe that would dry waste and then be dumped.

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This has been done before, but I cannot seem to find links. I also never learned why it was discontinued.
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