During my extensive time on the road RV'ing' I have always been amazed at how many of my fellow campers handle their sewer hoses with their bare hands. I wonder if any of them even think about what is coming out of that hose and getting all over their hands when they connect and disconnect from their filthy tanks (I'm sure they go right in and eat ther lunch). Then to top it off, most of them go over to the fresh water tap and stick their sewer hose over it to rinse the sewer hose out. I often ponder if they don't sometimes think about the other stupid camper who might have rinsed their sewer hose with the fresh water tap just before they (Mr/Mrs inconsiderate) pulled into the RV site and connected their fresh water hose to it. The remedy to this fatal stupidity is for all the stupid RV'ers to buy a box of disposable rubber gloves at Wal-Mart for $4 and use them each and every time they touch the sewer hoses. As for rinsing the sewer hose with the fresh water tap, maybe a 2x4 upside the head. If all else fails, spray the fresh water tap with alcohol or bleach solution before hooking the freshwater hose to it. It may help keep you alive. This advice is for you to pass on to your fellow campers as I'm sure none of you would be guilty of these indiscretions. This is my pet peeve. So please forgive my emotional outburst. Have any of you observed this phenomenon? Or do I look out my window too much. .