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Rookie mistake. Your boss is watching it, once she knows you are happy and connected you are screwed. Not because she needs you. Simply because every fiber of her being tells her if an employee is happy, she is not doing her job right.

I have one that we take on even long daytrips between cities. I've been in a situation where the freeway is shutdown for hours due to accident/weather and there are no facilities anywhere nearby to even walk to, and on desert highways, no trees to hide behind. It's a bad, bad feeling.

Now I have this setup along with a pop-up privacy shelter and solves a very pressing problem in bad situations. Takes up almost no room, is sanitary and self-contained for waste. It's a life saver for real. Don't wait for the CT to pick one up.
I can see overnight millionaires being made walking around with one of these and pop up shower curtains in traffic backups. It may get the eewww reaction from some of you but the dog owners between you that have done this for free for years are now thinking Kaching ($$$$$). If you don’t have a dog, you can just get an RV look where the backups are and drive right into them:

 
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Rookie mistake. Your boss is watching it, once she knows you are happy and connected you are screwed. Not because she needs you. Simply because every fiber of her being tells her if an employee is happy, she is not doing her job right.



I can see overnight millionaires being made walking around with one of these and pop up shower curtains in traffic backups. It may get the eewww reaction from some of you but the dog owners between you that have done this for free for years are now thinking Kaching ($$$$$). If you don’t have a dog, you can just get an RV look where the backups are and drive right into them:

A 5-gallon bucket, trash bag (not clear) and a green Army Surplus Poncho, and the deluxe model has a roll of TP. Use your imagination on how you want to assembly it. Just remember to wave to the passerby's.
 

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If you want a solar oven to work into the night, you put a big black dutch oven inside them and use the thermal mass to coast to your serving hour.

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I'm here trying to figure out how farting inside a solar oven helps, but I think Crissa usually posts rational, cogent things so I'm taking his word for it.
 

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They work great for late night grilling... wait for it...
Not sure if this is supposed to be a wise crack or what. The innovative thing about the goSun tech is that the food sits inside a vacuum thermos bottle which holds heat very well. If you want to cook late at night you plug into your cars cigarette lighter or Jackery pack and a small electric heater supplies enough heat to cook things or keep them warm indefinitely. As the thermos holds heat quite a long time you can keep something you cooked warm for a good long time after the sun goes down. Very clever gadget designed for people in the third world.
 
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Not sure if this is supposed to be a wise crack or what. The innovative thing about the goSun tech is that the food sits inside a vacuum thermos bottle which holds heat very well. If you want to cook late at night you plug into your cars cigarette lighter or Jackery pack and a small electric heater supplies enough heat to cook things or keep them warm indefinitely. As the thermos holds heat quite a long time you can keep something you cooked warm for a good long time after the sun goes down. Very clever gadget designed for people in the third world.
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