It was hiding on my vans dashboard, well behind the other 1,410 items that seem to accumulate there. I grabbed it to feed to the fish and turtles located at 'The Cascades' office complex in Ocala, Florida. This is where the VA's outpatient clinic is located, my venture yesterday. The Cascades is a 2 story facility with a waterfall center equipped with a pond and footbridge. Small fish and turtles rule the water areas. The cheeseburger was a leftover from my last venture to Cocoa, Fl to retrieve our stuff. Its age was at least 3 weeks, maybe much more hiding in the McBag. The 'bread' was as solid as a rock, the 'meat' was shrunk down to tiny sausage patty size, the 'cheese' was looking like a kinder garden flower drying project, it all was adhered as if super glue was being tested. If the bread was real, would it not have molded? If the meat was real would it not started to rot? When did cheese dry out to look like plastic flowers before? I put it in a trash bin, sorry fish and turtles, your on your own.