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Many times, usually working swing shift, I'd buy 2 McD's cheeseburgers because they're easy to eat in a patrol car. More often than not they'd stay in the bag on the floor for 6 or 8 hours before I could get to them. In the winter, the heater would keep them warm. In the summer they stayed warm enough to eat.

I think all that "keep refrigerated" warning stuff is just advice...not necessary.

I can eat almost anything without getting sick.
 

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Many times, usually working swing shift, I'd buy 2 McD's cheeseburgers because they're easy to eat in a patrol car. More often than not they'd stay in the bag on the floor for 6 or 8 hours before I could get to them. In the winter, the heater would keep them warm. In the summer they stayed warm enough to eat.

I think all that "keep refrigerated" warning stuff is just advice...not necessary.

I can eat almost anything without getting sick.
Well, yeah, but that’s a McDonald’s burger. Those things have so much sodium and preservatives you can leave them under your car seat for weeks and they don’t even change texture or smell. Lol
 

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