This is The Noogle, a flexible tube that attaches to one of your car's front seat A/C vents so you can push some of that nice, cold air to your children/dogs in the backseat (or warm air in the winter). Alternatively, just use a piece of dryer vent hose like my parents always did. The Noggle is available in 6, 8 and 10-foot lengths, four different fabric covers (to make A/C fun again!) and costs $42 - $52 for some inexplicable reason. It's, uh, it's a plastic hose. The most I've ever payed for a plastic hose is $10, and that had a funnel on one end for-- "Buttchugging." I mean not to sound snooty, but this butt doesn't drink straight from cans.
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Thanks again to Jason G, who sent one hot and one cool tip, which I appreciate.
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, staying cool
, staying warm
, sure why not
, whatever works