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Re: burning poo
« Reply #390 on: February 04, 2018, 10:57:02 AM »
Why did this thread get unpinned?

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Re: burning poo
« Reply #391 on: February 12, 2018, 10:19:37 PM »
yes there are many used poo boxes of many variation. Mostly the standard Miller lite 18 pack boxes though. They stored pretty good while the weather was cold but it got up to 65 today so my car is pretty much ruined. The seams seemed to of held up pretty good on the boxes on the back seat but I'm a bit concerned about what's in the trunk. I think I pooed in a franzia box of wine and placed it there. The box wine is not as sturdy as it looks.
You make my situations look so good by way of comparison!

Re: burning poo
« Reply #392 on: February 12, 2018, 10:25:45 PM »
You make my situations look so good by way of comparison!

He has you covered if you like grilled cheese.

Re: burning poo
« Reply #393 on: February 13, 2018, 03:09:33 AM »
He has you covered if you like grilled cheese.
What do you mean!

Re: burning poo
« Reply #394 on: February 13, 2018, 03:29:42 AM »
What do you mean!

I will send you a pm

Re: burning poo
« Reply #395 on: February 13, 2018, 02:28:38 PM »
Burning poo is not always feasible in an urban setting or in a forest that is prone to wild fires. As a sufferer of IBS, I have much experience with this situation, and there are better options than some leaky beer box.

In some wilderness areas and wild life refuges, especially where the ground is too hard to dig a cat hole, the forest ranger advises the following, once for each poo or as needed:

large ziplock back
cup of cat litter
a section of newspaper.

You lay out the paper, spread the kitty litter, poop on it, fold it up, and seal it in the plastic bag. It must be packed out and can be disposed of in the trash or composted if available. If you don't have a bag and leave it on the ground, no animal will eat it. That is not an issue. I've seen areas that are peppered with human poo in various stages of decomposition, from stinky fresh/fly covered to fossilized. The toilet paper people leave lying around is a big issue, however. It does not decompose quickly and can last for years in desert areas like Death Valley or Joshua Tree. Burn the paper or pack it out.

In the city, discretion is important. Setting it on fire will attract unwanted attention. When out on a walk or jogging and explosive diarrhea strikes, you do whatever it takes. Shop keepers won't let you use their toilets if you don't buy anything. MacDonalds and Burger King are the only exceptions that I know of. Instead, if you can, find a bucket or a plastic bag. Nowadays, I carry a plastic bag for emergencies. Hide behind a bush, crap in a dark doorway, an abandoned building or car, or squat between parked cars. (If you are spotted, most people won't say anything. They make a face and pretend they didn't see you.) Then clean yourself and run. Toss the bag in the trash.

ps.
If and when you soil yourself, wash your underpants and sullied outer pants as soon as possible. If it sets for more than a few hours, the odor will never wash out.