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2013-02-12 05:32:45 PM  
Certainly not any alcohol

/rimshot
 
2013-02-12 05:34:32 PM  
FTFA: "the boy must have pulled the pump out before releasing the handle, because he ended up spraying gasoline onto himself."

So she got gas and washed the kid at the same time? Sounds like she's just a multitasking mom on the go.
 
2013-02-12 05:38:17 PM  
4.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-02-12 05:39:10 PM  
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There's a Moron Camera
 
2013-02-12 05:43:54 PM  

Ed Finnerty: FTFA: "the boy must have pulled the pump out before releasing the handle, because he ended up spraying... himself."


l2.yimg.com
 
2013-02-12 05:49:58 PM  
Raising the question.
 
2013-02-12 05:54:40 PM  
Stupid tag for the mother?
 
2013-02-12 05:59:52 PM  

FarkinFarker: Raising the question.


But...look one thread down!
 
2013-02-12 06:01:09 PM  
If you can't care for them, stop having them...
 
2013-02-12 06:01:20 PM  
Three is way too young; I was like 11 before my father trusted me enough to pump gas.

He owned a gas station in Hillside NJ, making me one of the very few New Jerseyans able to pump my own gas.

/One of the justifications in NJ against self service gas is the health issues.
 
ZAZ [TotalFark]
2013-02-12 06:03:10 PM  
In Massachusetts only licensed drivers are allowed to pump gas. That regulation makes 16 the minimum age.
 
2013-02-12 06:05:05 PM  
Letting a 3 year old pump gas is not a good idea, but it's understandable because she is a Moran.
 
2013-02-12 06:05:32 PM  
These day, natural gas, fracking chemicals, and anything else the Three Stooges could pipe in.
 
2013-02-12 06:05:52 PM  
Different times I suppose as when I was in the first grade my dad would sit in the car smoking while I would pump gas and my older sister would run in and pay.
 
2013-02-12 06:06:35 PM  
What is in Pennsylvania gas? Probably the same things that are in most gasoline-various toxic hydrocarbons that can seriously damage a child's lungs if they inhale it. A three-year old could actually die from spraying themselves with gasoline if they breathed or swallowed the gas.
 
2013-02-12 06:11:07 PM  
My mom let me pump gas when I was 4. I pulled out too soon and covered myself in gasoline. I never did see my mom move so fast as when she got me home (2 blocks away) and gave me a fast bath. I don't even remember if she drove. Just the quiet terror in her eyes...

So yeah. Bad idea.

/I think I turned out relatively ok.
 
2013-02-12 06:18:26 PM  
Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes. None of which are things you want sprayed on you. I wear nitrile gloves when I fill up, because I hate smelling the stuff on my hands hours later.
/Also because people are nasty, and you rub that nasty on your hands, and then your steering wheel, and then your hands again every time you drive
//Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?
 
2013-02-12 06:19:46 PM  
Three year olds are great for cleaning out the gunk in your engine. Their little hands can reach the really tight places.
 
2013-02-12 06:21:37 PM  
At LEAST 10% ethyl alcohol.  I liked it better back when it was simple benzene.
 
2013-02-12 06:25:30 PM  
My right eye was damaged by gasonline when I was a child (around 7 or 8).  My brother and I were tasked with refueling a lawnmower.  The can had a flexible hose, which "sprung" a bit when removed from the tank unhappily sending a few drops directly in to my eye.

My mother nearly immediately began flushing my eye with water. After about 10 minutes of that, she took me to the emergency room.

To this day, I have one good eye and one bad eye.  I wear glasses to correct the problem, but the left lens isn't prescription.  I guess I could wear a monocle, but they're really out-of-fashion.

The lesson? Children shouldn't be allowed to handle gasoline.  A Mother letting her toddler pump gas is indeed child endangerment!
 
2013-02-12 06:29:21 PM  

180IQ: My right eye was damaged by gasonline when I was a child (around 7 or 8).  My brother and I were tasked with refueling a lawnmower.  The can had a flexible hose, which "sprung" a bit when removed from the tank unhappily sending a few drops directly in to my eye.

My mother nearly immediately began flushing my eye with water. After about 10 minutes of that, she took me to the emergency room.

To this day, I have one good eye and one bad eye.  I wear glasses to correct the problem, but the left lens isn't prescription.  I guess I could wear a monocle, but they're really out-of-fashion.

The lesson? Children shouldn't be allowed to handle gasoline.  A Mother letting her toddler pump gas is indeed child endangerment!


You should wear an eye patch. Then everyone could call you "Patch".
 
2013-02-12 06:30:07 PM  
 
2013-02-12 06:30:15 PM  
www.thehulltruth.com
 
2013-02-12 06:32:15 PM  
This is one time where "get a brain, Moran" really works well.
 
2013-02-12 06:34:24 PM  

Geologist: Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes. None of which are things you want sprayed on you. I wear nitrile gloves when I fill up, because I hate smelling the stuff on my hands hours later.
/Also because people are nasty, and you rub that nasty on your hands, and then your steering wheel, and then your hands again every time you drive
//Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?


On the spectrum of weird, thats not that weird, but enough to make me cock my head a little. Have you tried just, you know... not spilling gas on your hands?
 
2013-02-12 06:36:33 PM  
I fail to see what's logically fallacious about a 3 year old pumping gas. It's not even a formal argument.
 
2013-02-12 06:39:53 PM  
Coal, pierogies, Cheez Whiz (east side) or french fries (west side)
 
2013-02-12 06:43:36 PM  

The One True TheDavid: Begging the question.


Read it, subby.

/and most of the rest of you
 
2013-02-12 06:44:16 PM  

Cyno01: Geologist: Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes. None of which are things you want sprayed on you. I wear nitrile gloves when I fill up, because I hate smelling the stuff on my hands hours later.
/Also because people are nasty, and you rub that nasty on your hands, and then your steering wheel, and then your hands again every time you drive
//Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?

On the spectrum of weird, thats not that weird, but enough to make me cock my head a little. Have you tried just, you know... not spilling gas on your hands?


Is that like,

Marine: In basic, I was taught to wash my hands after I piss.
Sailor: Yeah? In basic, I was taught not to piss on my hands.

/prefer the marines
//my bro is cool
///our sailor sperm donor not so much
 
2013-02-12 06:44:59 PM  

The One True TheDavid: Begging the question.


th76.photobucket.com

"Words and phrases frequently have more than one meaning."
 
2013-02-12 06:48:33 PM  
Letting a 3 year old pump gas is now "child endangerment" in Pennsylvania...begging the question...what is in Pennsylvania gas?

Since pumping gas puts the child in danger, it's clearly child endangerment.
 
2013-02-12 06:49:04 PM  

WhippingBoy: [www.thehulltruth.com image 560x238]


Came for this, leaving happy.
 
2013-02-12 06:58:45 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: Three is way too young; I was like 11 before my father trusted me enough to pump gas.

He owned a gas station in Hillside NJ, making me one of the very few New Jerseyans able to pump my own gas.

/One of the justifications in NJ against self service gas is the health issues.


You mean health issues are ostensibly one reason NJ doesn't allow normal people to pump their own gas. I don't believe it for a second. It's bullshiat.

And while 3 is probably too young, I don't think you need to be 11 before you can pump gas especially if the parent monitors and instructs them the first few times. I was probably pumping gas by the time I was 7.

Long before pay at the pump was even available get the kid to pump the gas while the parent goes in to pay.

Since this kid got gas on his mother too it would seem she was standing there supervising. Charging her with a crime seems a bit excessive.
 
2013-02-12 06:59:27 PM  
How can a three year old even reach the pump handle?
 
2013-02-12 07:00:21 PM  
Yes, its just fine that you allowed your child to be sprayed with Benzene, Ethylbenzene, Toluene, Xylenes, and other petroleum crap.

/She was charged with child endangerment because being farking stupid isn't illegal.
 
2013-02-12 07:00:42 PM  
Oh for fark's sake - begging the question does not mean raising the question.  How many times do we have to go over this?
 
2013-02-12 07:01:01 PM  
I was working at a gas station one night and some woman with her young son (maybe 4-5), a small infant and her mother (the grandmother of the kids) came in. They prepaid like $30.00 for gas and left the store.

I was busy cleaning so I didn't see what happened next. As I was wiping down the counters I heard this horrible screaming that just kept going and going. Then I noticed the scream was getting closer. Suddenly the family from before bursts in and with them comes an Overpowering stink of gasoline. The young mother and son go rushing into the women's bathroom before I could ask what was going on. The woman's mother, the grandmother I suppose comes up to me calmly and says her idiot daughter let her grandson pump the gas and he ended up spraying it all over himself and the car.

Our bathrooms didn't have paper towels so I had to grab our wash rags from the back so the kids mom could wipe the poor bastard's eyes out. We only get a set number of wash rags to use per week so I was trying to be conservative with them. Damn kid ended up needing a third of our remaining rags and he still reeked of gas.

It was kind of funny afterwards when the kid stopped screaming. The grandmother tore her daughter a new one for letting a 4 year old pump gas. For my part, I didnt see it happen or I would have shut down the pumps, but I kind of expected to be fired anyway.

I didn't, which wasn't as much of a blessing as one would think. I hated that job.
 
2013-02-12 07:04:10 PM  

Shotgun Justice: Yes, its just fine that you allowed your child to be sprayed with Benzene, Ethylbenzene, Toluene, Xylenes, and other petroleum crap.

/She was charged with child endangerment because being farking stupid isn't illegal.


www.funnyandjokes.com
 
2013-02-12 07:05:26 PM  
I don't see what the big deal is. My three year old changes the car oil AND the filter plus re-fills the antifreeze. Never one problem.
 
2013-02-12 07:09:14 PM  
All the anti-govmint types in here are right. It's just gasoline. Hell, I raised my baby on the stuff, straight out of the bottle.

Drink it up, junior. Gasoline has nutrients! It's good for you!
 
2013-02-12 07:09:19 PM  
This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.
 
2013-02-12 07:11:21 PM  
This is another fine example of an idiot who risks severe injury or death because they're too stupid to understand what "begging the question" means.

/literally, I could care less
 
2013-02-12 07:11:46 PM  
NO.

smitty,
you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs
 
2013-02-12 07:17:40 PM  

fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.


They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
 
2013-02-12 07:20:14 PM  
what is in Pennsylvania gas?

In my experience?  Roast pork, provolone, and broccoli rabe, and just a hint of birch beer.
 
2013-02-12 07:21:23 PM  

shamanwest: Marine: In basic, I was taught to wash my hands after I piss.
Sailor: Yeah? In basic, I was taught not to piss on my hands.


In the Air Force, they didn't need to teach us that. That is something most males learn around age 3 or so.
 
2013-02-12 07:21:32 PM  

notyomama: Oh for fark's sake - begging the question does not mean raising the question.  How many times do we have to go over this?


Well, how many semi-literate people who want to seem smarter than they are submit headlines?

/uh oh
 
2013-02-12 07:22:57 PM  
Actually kids pumping gas is super dangerous for kids. I used to manage a bunch of gas station and I've seen it first hand - kids' eyes and mouth are right at the fill spout level. They can be blinded or even killed by overflow.
 
2013-02-12 07:24:37 PM  

ssssmashing: Actually kids pumping gas is super dangerous for kids. I used to manage a bunch of gas station and I've seen it first hand - kids' eyes and mouth are right at the fill spout level. They can be blinded or even killed by overflow.


Pretty much this.
 
2013-02-12 07:25:24 PM  

WhippingBoy: Shotgun Justice: Yes, its just fine that you allowed your child to be sprayed with Benzene, Ethylbenzene, Toluene, Xylenes, and other petroleum crap.

/She was charged with child endangerment because being farking stupid isn't illegal.

[www.funnyandjokes.com image 595x564]


Being that I have little empathy for human beings, I still find this picture hilarious.
 
2013-02-12 07:25:30 PM  

residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs


Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.
 
2013-02-12 07:27:18 PM  
So are they going to ban pumping your own gas in PA now?
 
2013-02-12 07:29:25 PM  

Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.


The "highly trained" part was sarcasm. That said I like not having to get out of my car when I get gas. Plus it provides jobs and doesn't seem to impact the price in any significant way.
 
2013-02-12 07:30:15 PM  

Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.


Because wrong people are wrong and they'll continue being wrong unless you tell them to knock it off.
 
2013-02-12 07:30:30 PM  

Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?


As far as I know, in NJ you do have to use gloves. At least, they are always wearing gloves when I do it.

The real reason is they don't want some arsehole like this person pumping the gas. It's dangerous.

/gas party!
 
2013-02-12 07:30:33 PM  

Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?

I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?
 
2013-02-12 07:32:08 PM  

DjangoStonereaver: Three is way too young; I was like 11 before my father trusted me enough to pump gas.

He owned a gas station in Hillside NJ, making me one of the very few New Jerseyans able to pump my own gas.

/One of the justifications in NJ against self service gas is the health issues.




I was cutting the grass by 7.
 
2013-02-12 07:33:07 PM  

lockers: I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?


Why not? I have no idea why people think having attendants is some sort of outrage. Why in the world would you want to get out of your car if you didn't have to? In the snow or rain particularly, Plus, NJ gas rates are among the lowest in the nation and gas station attendants make pretty decent money. It's a pretty desirable job for a high school grad. Lastly, having an attendant do it for you stops stupid things like this happening.
 
2013-02-12 07:33:45 PM  

lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?


There's one in Carmel, CA, believe it or not. Probably the only one left in the state.
 
2013-02-12 07:33:52 PM  

Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.


For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.
 
2013-02-12 07:34:04 PM  

lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?


Jersey and Oregon have banned self-serve gas.
 
2013-02-12 07:34:35 PM  

lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?


In NJ and I believe Oregon it is illegal to pump your own gas. There are only full serves in those states. They do not, however, check the oil and wash the windshield anymore.

/off my lawn
 
2013-02-12 07:36:01 PM  

WhippingBoy: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.


I literally want to choke a gopher when I see this phrase.
 
2013-02-12 07:36:06 PM  

namegoeshere: In NJ and I believe Oregon it is illegal to pump your own gas. There are only full serves in those states. They do not, however, check the oil and wash the windshield anymore.

/off my lawn


Oh they still do all the time if you ask. I have no idea how to check my oil - I've always had an attendant do it for me. And if your car is REALLY dirty, they still often offer a windshield wipe.
 
2013-02-12 07:37:21 PM  
what is in Pennsylvania gas?

i155.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-12 07:39:50 PM  

meyerkev: lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?

Jersey and Oregon have banned self-serve gas.


Ahhh. I've never been to either. That explains it. Market forces pretty much drove them out of business in the mid west. Hell, gas is sold at next to no margin so convenience stores make their money on selling everything else.
 
2013-02-12 07:40:04 PM  
when i was a lad it was standard fare to wash parts during lawn mower or bicycle repair in gasoline, then to wash your hands in gas to finish off. my Dad would do so with a lit unfiltered Camel dangling from his lips.

i think the reason we can't pump our own gas in NJ is there are way too many people packed in a little tiny state. people get tense. snap easy. next thing you know someone is spraying someones else car, screaming and yelling followed by flames, fire trucks and cop cars.
 
2013-02-12 07:40:07 PM  

Rufus Lee King: WhippingBoy: For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.

Irregardless, you have to blow up at least ten gas stations before you can use the word "decimate".



definatley
 
2013-02-12 07:40:42 PM  

Happy Hours: DjangoStonereaver: Three is way too young; I was like 11 before my father trusted me enough to pump gas.

He owned a gas station in Hillside NJ, making me one of the very few New Jerseyans able to pump my own gas.

/One of the justifications in NJ against self service gas is the health issues.

You mean health issues are ostensibly one reason NJ doesn't allow normal people to pump their own gas. I don't believe it for a second. It's bullshiat.


Oh it absolutely bullshiat.  The oil company lobby in NJ just doesn't want things to change (and to be fair, except when
the economy is completely upsidedown, NJ still has the cheapest gas prices in the northeast).
 
2013-02-12 07:41:28 PM  

Abox: Rufus Lee King: WhippingBoy: For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.

Irregardless, you have to blow up at least ten gas stations before you can use the word "decimate".


definatley


I could care less about all the grammar nazis in this thread.
 
2013-02-12 07:41:37 PM  

Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.


I've been using the phrase "happy hours" to mean "insane gorilla-nutsack-licker" in keeping with the way people around me use it. You're all for that, right? Using words and phrases in ways other than their definitions, that's fine with you, right? Language evolves, and we have to stay on top of it!
 
2013-02-12 07:41:43 PM  

KrispyKritter: i think the reason we can't pump our own gas in NJ is there are way too many people packed in a little tiny state. people get tense. snap easy. next thing you know someone is spraying someones else car, screaming and yelling followed by flames, fire trucks and cop cars.


I don't think I've ever seen self service in NYC either. I'm sure you CAN do it, but I assume because its so densely packed they prefer you not to do it.
 
2013-02-12 07:43:42 PM  

WhippingBoy: 180IQ: My right eye was damaged by gasonline when I was a child (around 7 or 8).  My brother and I were tasked with refueling a lawnmower.  The can had a flexible hose, which "sprung" a bit when removed from the tank unhappily sending a few drops directly in to my eye.

My mother nearly immediately began flushing my eye with water. After about 10 minutes of that, she took me to the emergency room.

To this day, I have one good eye and one bad eye.  I wear glasses to correct the problem, but the left lens isn't prescription.  I guess I could wear a monocle, but they're really out-of-fashion.

The lesson? Children shouldn't be allowed to handle gasoline.  A Mother letting her toddler pump gas is indeed child endangerment!

You should wear an eye patch. Then everyone could call you "Patch".


Or you could have worn a chin strap from a football helmet and everyone would have called you Dennis Hopper.
 
2013-02-12 07:43:45 PM  

namegoeshere: lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?

In NJ and I believe Oregon it is illegal to pump your own gas. There are only full serves in those states. They do not, however, check the oil and wash the windshield anymore.

/off my lawn


Most place just do mini-serve. I don't know of a single gasoline station here in Oregon that does full-serve.
 
2013-02-12 07:45:56 PM  

namegoeshere: WhippingBoy: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.

I literally want to choke a gopher when I see this phrase.


I use to get angry at things like this and think the person should of gone to school.  But then one day, all of the sudden, I realized that I could care less if someone doesn't tow the line on proper grammar.  If less people would get worked up about this type thing, we'd all be better off.  It's a mute point anyways.
 
2013-02-12 07:47:13 PM  

FarkinFarker: Raising the question.


Thank you. Drives me nuts.
 
2013-02-12 07:48:29 PM  

namegoeshere: Abox: Rufus Lee King: WhippingBoy: For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.

Irregardless, you have to blow up at least ten gas stations before you can use the word "decimate".


definatley

I could care less about all the grammar Grammernazis in this thread.


FTFY

i105.photobucket.com
 
2013-02-12 07:51:03 PM  

shamanwest: Cyno01: Geologist: Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes. None of which are things you want sprayed on you. I wear nitrile gloves when I fill up, because I hate smelling the stuff on my hands hours later.
/Also because people are nasty, and you rub that nasty on your hands, and then your steering wheel, and then your hands again every time you drive
//Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?

On the spectrum of weird, thats not that weird, but enough to make me cock my head a little. Have you tried just, you know... not spilling gas on your hands?

Is that like,

Marine: In basic, I was taught to wash my hands after I piss.
Sailor: Yeah? In basic, I was taught not to piss on my hands.

/prefer the marines
//my bro is cool
///our sailor sperm donor not so much


I don't use gloves to pump gasoline in my bikes or in the wife's car, however I drive a diesel and quickly learned that wearing a glove when refueling is almost mandatory. Diesel is not very volatile, so if someone before you spilled some, the ground and pump will remain greasy and smelly for a very, very long time afterwards.  For some reason, it seems that people spill diesel a lot... so there's a box of cheap throw-away gloves in the car.
 
2013-02-12 07:51:40 PM  

FloydA: namegoeshere: WhippingBoy: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.

I literally want to choke a gopher when I see this phrase.

I use to get angry at things like this and think the person should of gone to school.  But then one day, all of the sudden, I realized that I could care less if someone doesn't tow the line on proper grammar.  If less people would get worked up about this type thing, we'd all be better off.  It's a mute point anyways.


www.personal.psu.edu
 
2013-02-12 07:53:32 PM  

Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.


Fact: Nine out of 10 people don't know what that word means. And the 10th guy isn't talking. At all. Forever.
 
2013-02-12 07:54:14 PM  

WhippingBoy: 180IQ: My right eye was damaged by gasonline when I was a child (around 7 or 8).  My brother and I were tasked with refueling a lawnmower.  The can had a flexible hose, which "sprung" a bit when removed from the tank unhappily sending a few drops directly in to my eye.

My mother nearly immediately began flushing my eye with water. After about 10 minutes of that, she took me to the emergency room.

To this day, I have one good eye and one bad eye.  I wear glasses to correct the problem, but the left lens isn't prescription.  I guess I could wear a monocle, but they're really out-of-fashion.

The lesson? Children shouldn't be allowed to handle gasoline.  A Mother letting her toddler pump gas is indeed child endangerment!

You should wear an eye patch. Then everyone could call you "Patch".


he should totally get a monocle... BRING IT BACK!
 
2013-02-12 07:56:17 PM  

untaken_name: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

I've been using the phrase "happy hours" to mean "insane gorilla-nutsack-licker" in keeping with the way people around me use it. You're all for that, right? Using words and phrases in ways other than their definitions, that's fine with you, right? Language evolves, and we have to stay on top of it!


And I hate that people call me gay. I'm straight. Just because I love to wrap a thick smile around a juicy cock every once in a while doesn't mean I'm gay. People need to stop labeling everything. People just aren't open to expanding definitions of both words and human sexuality. I can helplessly try to shove my flaccid prick in my wife's vagina while having my lily-white bro-pussy get demolished by a barebacked bull and still be straight. Because it's all for the health of our relationship. My wife and I that is. Not me and Adam. Duh.

Anyway, about 3-year olds pumping gas. That's pretty crazy dog. I wouldn't trust a 3-year old with that.
 
2013-02-12 07:57:58 PM  

Foxxinnia: untaken_name: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

I've been using the phrase "happy hours" to mean "insane gorilla-nutsack-licker" in keeping with the way people around me use it. You're all for that, right? Using words and phrases in ways other than their definitions, that's fine with you, right? Language evolves, and we have to stay on top of it!

And I hate that people call me gay. I'm straight. Just because I love to wrap a thick smile around a juicy cock every once in a while doesn't mean I'm gay. People need to stop labeling everything. People just aren't open to expanding definitions of both words and human sexuality. I can helplessly try to shove my flaccid prick in my wife's vagina while having my lily-white bro-pussy get demolished by a barebacked bull and still be straight. Because it's all for the health of our relationship. My wife and I that is. Not me and Adam. Duh.

Anyway, about 3-year olds pumping gas. That's pretty crazy dog. I wouldn't trust a 3-year old with that.


Are you hitting on me?
 
2013-02-12 07:59:45 PM  
I continue to wonder what will transpire when I eventually wander into NJ and try to pump my own gas... Because I will try to tell the gas jockey to not touch my farking truck...
 
2013-02-12 08:00:23 PM  

FloydA: namegoeshere: WhippingBoy: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

For all intensive purposes, no one really uses decimate much any more.

I literally want to choke a gopher when I see this phrase.

I use to get angry at things like this and think the person should of gone to school.  But then one day, all of the sudden, I realized that I could care less if someone doesn't tow the line on proper grammar.  If less people would get worked up about this type thing, we'd all be better off.  It's a mute point anyways.


You reap what you sew, when you grammar nazi people. You think your being smart, but really your just to annoying for words.
 
2013-02-12 08:02:29 PM  

Cyno01: Geologist: Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes. None of which are things you want sprayed on you. I wear nitrile gloves when I fill up, because I hate smelling the stuff on my hands hours later.
/Also because people are nasty, and you rub that nasty on your hands, and then your steering wheel, and then your hands again every time you drive
//Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?

On the spectrum of weird, thats not that weird, but enough to make me cock my head a little. Have you tried just, you know... not spilling gas on your hands?


Generally not me that spills it, it the crap from other people spilling it and getting it on the handle. I work in the hazmat industry, mostly cleaning up gas/diesel releases, so I'm pretty sensitive to it anyhow from years of exposure.

Mostly it's just because people are gross.
 
2013-02-12 08:02:45 PM  

Gyrfalcon: lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?

There's one in Carmel, CA, believe it or not. Probably the only one left in the state.


There is one in Salinas, I know a friend's mother who screamed thinking the mexican attendant was trying to pan-handle money from her.
 
2013-02-12 08:03:12 PM  

Maul555: I continue to wonder what will transpire when I eventually wander into NJ and try to pump my own gas... Because I will try to tell the gas jockey to not touch my farking truck...


I'm guessing that you are going to run out of gas, or get in a fight with a homeless guy. Or both.
 
2013-02-12 08:04:06 PM  
Hey, it's Pennsylvania.  They probably thought that he was stealing the car.  A black kid in Lancaster?  The cops were probably trying to make a point.  It sucks to be black in certain parts of PA.
 
2013-02-12 08:12:26 PM  
Back when I was 5 or 6, my dad would send me down the road with a can to get kerosene.  Relatively safe compared to his childhood, since at the age of 5, he was trusted to run farm tractors and carry a .22 handgun.  Really not kidding.

/either we cheated Darwin or we were proved to be worthy
//I accept the later
///no family member has died from farm accident or from a firearm, which does surprise me a little
 
2013-02-12 08:16:31 PM  

untaken_name: Foxxinnia: untaken_name: Happy Hours: residentgeek: NO.

smitty, you're fired.

http://begthequestion.info/

/get it right
//ffs

Which begs the question, why do people turn into such pedantic douchebags when people use a phrase the way it's commonly used today?

I bet you get upset when people use :"decimate" in a way that is inconsistent with its original meaning too.

I've been using the phrase "happy hours" to mean "insane gorilla-nutsack-licker" in keeping with the way people around me use it. You're all for that, right? Using words and phrases in ways other than their definitions, that's fine with you, right? Language evolves, and we have to stay on top of it!

And I hate that people call me gay. I'm straight. Just because I love to wrap a thick smile around a juicy cock every once in a while doesn't mean I'm gay. People need to stop labeling everything. People just aren't open to expanding definitions of both words and human sexuality. I can helplessly try to shove my flaccid prick in my wife's vagina while having my lily-white bro-pussy get demolished by a barebacked bull and still be straight. Because it's all for the health of our relationship. My wife and I that is. Not me and Adam. Duh.

Anyway, about 3-year olds pumping gas. That's pretty crazy dog. I wouldn't trust a 3-year old with that.

Are you hitting on me?


All I'm saying is if you're in the parking lot of the Fairfax CVS at 8:00 PM while I'm dropping off my wife for the night-shift, I could drop by your car and you could drop a load in my mouth. No gay shiat.
 
2013-02-12 08:18:53 PM  

Foxxinnia: All I'm saying is if you're in the parking lot of the Fairfax CVS at 8:00 PM while I'm dropping off my wife for the night-shift, I could drop by your car and you could drop a load in my mouth. No gay shiat.


I'll be the sweaty, shirtless guy with the huge gut in the guacamole-green '79 Pinto. See you there!
 
2013-02-12 08:24:57 PM  

Lollipop165: lockers: I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?

Why not? I have no idea why people think having attendants is some sort of outrage. Why in the world would you want to get out of your car if you didn't have to? In the snow or rain particularly,




Some people don't want to wait.
 
2013-02-12 08:25:21 PM  
If she had pumped the gas and spilled it on both of them herself she would never have been noticed.  Dumb cop is dumb.
 
2013-02-12 08:29:25 PM  
Everyone needs to lay off of this lady.She's obviously from the shallow end of the gene pool and she's trying to cull one of her offspring long before it gets a chance to breed.

Why do Farkers have a problem with this?
 
2013-02-12 08:37:25 PM  

Green Scorpio: Everyone needs to lay off of this lady.She's obviously from the shallow end of the gene pool and she's trying to cull one of her offspring long before it gets a chance to breed.

Why do Farkers have a problem with this?

Every sperm is precious .  .  .
 
2013-02-12 08:38:09 PM  
She bred her own slave.
 
2013-02-12 08:49:59 PM  
Saur Kraut
 
2013-02-12 08:52:50 PM  
What next, will they ban this kid from driving? Damn nanny state!
 
2013-02-12 09:05:33 PM  

Metalithic: What is in Pennsylvania gas? Probably the same things that are in most gasoline-various toxic hydrocarbons that can seriously damage a child's lungs if they inhale it. A three-year old could actually die from spraying themselves with gasoline if they breathed or swallowed the gas.


They... could.  It's very unlikely though.

What they will get is a chemical burn (probably mild) and the ability to be easily lit on fire (not so mild).  Not as instantly dire as you're making it out to be, but I'd say endangerment is a legitimate accusation.
 
2013-02-12 09:11:50 PM  
Get me a couple Philly cheesesteaks with all the fixins, and a couple beers and I can show you some Pennsylvania gas
 
2013-02-12 09:15:12 PM  
The kid pulled it out early. Some lady's in his future might like this.
 
2013-02-12 09:20:07 PM  
Wow tardmitter, wow.
 
2013-02-12 10:00:48 PM  
"And after your done getting more gas on you than in the car we can play the Roman candle game.  All you have to do is play with mommy's matches".
 
2013-02-12 10:07:51 PM  

Geologist: //Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?


Whoreflesh
 
2013-02-12 10:07:55 PM  
We won't tell subby that you can get high on the gas fumes now will we.  Maybe subby can visit the First Nation in Manitoba where the kids of native American indians have been killed from huffing gasoline.
 
2013-02-12 10:20:59 PM  
Subby doesn't seem to know that gasoline is dangerous. I hope subby doesn't procreate.
 
2013-02-12 10:59:11 PM  

boinkingbill: We won't tell subby that you can get high on the gas fumes now will we.  Maybe subby can visit the First Nation in Manitoba where the kids of native American indians have been killed from huffing gasoline.


If you have never huffed gasoline while driving, you have never lived!

/or so someone may have told me...
 
2013-02-12 11:16:59 PM  
judging from that picture, this just one of many, many poor decisions in her life.
 
2013-02-12 11:43:32 PM  

LoneVVolf: Geologist: //Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?

Whoreflesh


That was an odd movie, still not sure what to think of it.
 
2013-02-12 11:44:08 PM  

Cyno01: Geologist: Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes. None of which are things you want sprayed on you. I wear nitrile gloves when I fill up, because I hate smelling the stuff on my hands hours later.
/Also because people are nasty, and you rub that nasty on your hands, and then your steering wheel, and then your hands again every time you drive
//Also, guess what is used as the carrier for fragrance in cheap perfume/cologne?

On the spectrum of weird, thats not that weird, but enough to make me cock my head a little. Have you tried just, you know... not spilling gas on your hands?


I'd say that's pretty weird. I pump gas same as everyone else and I never smell it later. Messing around with the generator at home I have gotten it on my hands, and yes even just a drop will stay with you for a long, long time.

Perhaps he wasn't aware that you don't squirt it into your cupped hands and tip it into the tank?
 
2013-02-12 11:45:47 PM  

Rufus Lee King: LemSkroob: judging from that picture, this just one of many, many poor decisions in her life.

Well, I wanted to say that, but didn't dare.


come on, we all see what is wrong there. Its against nature! She is simply too heavy. Her health is at risk for gosh sakes!
 
2013-02-12 11:46:09 PM  
Incomplete headline is incomplete.   Based on the headline I thought the charge was outrageous.  Upon reading that she wasnt attentive enough to keep the kid from getting doused my view changed.  Perfectly reasonable charge.  I think all of us have let our kids pump gas at one time or another.  Any decent parent lets kids learn from tasks like that, however, they also ensure the kid doesnt get doused with gas.
 
2013-02-12 11:50:52 PM  

meyerkev: lockers: Firethorn: fusillade762: This is why I'm glad I live in a state where only highly trained professionals are allowed to pump gas.

They get training for that?  To my knowledge, that rules out NJ.

Given that exposure amounts is the excuse given to not allow people to pump their own, I think it's odd that somebody who's professional job is to pump gasoline, thus is actually exposed to it 8+ hours a day, generally receives ZERO hazmat training, unless they're getting it for some other duty.  They receive no protective equipment either.

If you don't need special gloves, clothing, or respirators for doing it 40 hours a week, why is it too dangerous for somebody who might pump every 3 days on average if they drive a lot more than average?
I haven't seen a full service gas station in a couple of decades. Where do they still have these?

Jersey and Oregon have banned self-serve gas.


Yes but New Jersey and Oregon are full of morons.
 
2013-02-12 11:58:02 PM  
Is it even possible to spill gas nowadays? I cant speak to anywhere else but at least here in CA the pumps have so much vapor recovery crap and other things built into them that I cant imagine how one will spill any gas.  They wont pump unless there is a more or less air tight seal with the tank, they shut off automatically well before the gas starts filling the filler neck, etc.  How did the kid involved manage to get gas to spill?  I suppose there is sometimes a couple of drops that could fall if you dont tilt the handle slightly before removal but getting hit by that would be far from a dousing.
 
2013-02-13 12:17:04 AM  

LasersHurt: Saur Kraut


Came to make this joke, leaving upstaged.
 
2013-02-13 02:30:02 AM  

ArcadianRefugee: The One True TheDavid: Begging the question.

[th76.photobucket.com image 160x120]

"Words and phrases frequently have more than one meaning."


The word beg would never be used with the word question if it wasn't for that one phrase. It's a word combo that doesn't make any damn sense outside that phrase. Just like it doesn't make sense for you to keep misusing the phrase in a distorted manner. The fact is, you have no farking clue what the phrase means so you make up your own meaning without bothering to find out what it really does mean.
 
2013-02-13 02:32:11 AM  
Did the kid check the oil and wash the windows? Cause only then would a fruit snack be in order.
 
2013-02-13 02:54:16 AM  
Submitter-Please tell us why you don't consider this child endangerment.
 
2013-02-13 03:01:24 AM  

untaken_name: notyomama: Oh for fark's sake - begging the question does not mean raising the question.  How many times do we have to go over this?

Well, how many semi-literate people who want to seem smarter than they are submit headlines?

/uh oh


Ignorant isn't the same as semi-literate.
 
2013-02-13 03:06:31 AM  
Normally I am firmly in the "let people raise their own kids" camp but, I am also in the "I dont want to die in a giant explosion camp" so I dont think you should be letting your kids pump gas.

/ who needs to be told this?
 
2013-02-13 03:15:40 AM  

Geologist: Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylenes.

Also other aromatics, as well as saturates and olefins, natural gases, sediment, sulfur and around 10-20% ethanol.

Marcus Aurelius: At LEAST 10% ethyl alcohol. I liked it better back when it was simple benzene.


Gasoline still contains plenty of benzene; it no longer contains tetraethyl lead, methanol or (usually) MTBE as oxygenates.

 
2013-02-13 04:07:06 AM  

Ima4nic8or: Is it even possible to spill gas nowadays? I cant speak to anywhere else but at least here in CA the pumps have so much vapor recovery crap and other things built into them that I cant imagine how one will spill any gas.  They wont pump unless there is a more or less air tight seal with the tank, they shut off automatically well before the gas starts filling the filler neck, etc.  How did the kid involved manage to get gas to spill?  I suppose there is sometimes a couple of drops that could fall if you dont tilt the handle slightly before removal but getting hit by that would be far from a dousing.


Most states don't have CA-style gas pumps.
 
2013-02-13 04:55:57 AM  
Ima4nic8or: 
Yes but New Jersey and Oregon are full of morons.

:(

Actually it's a jobs thing, because God knows how much we need minimum wage jobs in this state. It doesn't seem to effect the price of gas any, and I get to sit in my car listening to some groovy tunes while someone else does the work. win/win
 
2013-02-13 06:39:01 AM  

Seriously_seriously: If you can't care for them, stop having them pump your own gas...

 
2013-02-13 07:33:51 AM  

DjangoStonereaver: /One of the justifications in NJ against self service gas is the health issues.


So gas station employees are immune to any health issues from pumping gas?
 
2013-02-13 07:56:56 AM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: shamanwest: Marine: In basic, I was taught to wash my hands after I piss.
Sailor: Yeah? In basic, I was taught not to piss on my hands.

In the Air Force, they didn't need to teach us that. That is something most males learn around age 3 or so.


That's just because airmen pee sitting down.
 
2013-02-13 08:00:26 AM  

Solid State Vittles: Ed Finnerty: FTFA: "the boy must have pulled the pump out before releasing the handle, because he ended up spraying... himself."

[l2.yimg.com image 630x420]


Normally three year olds getting pumped in PA involved Sandusky or Penn State, so I was a bit surprised to hear that neither were involved.
 
2013-02-13 08:54:56 AM  

Abacus9: Ignorant isn't the same as semi-literate.


Uh, ok. What is your point?

Definition of  SEMILITERATE1
a : able to read and write on an elementary levelb : able to read but unable to write2: having limited knowledge or understanding
 I was going more for definition #2, but #1a fits, too.
 
2013-02-13 09:41:10 AM  

hutchkc: Different times I suppose as when I was in the first grade my dad would sit in the car smoking while I would pump gas and my older sister would run in and pay.


I read that sentence way too quickly.  Now I feel bad.
 
2013-02-13 10:20:55 AM  

YouPeopleAreCrazy: shamanwest: Marine: In basic, I was taught to wash my hands after I piss.
Sailor: Yeah? In basic, I was taught not to piss on my hands.

In the Air Force, they didn't need to teach us that. That is something most males learn around age 3 or so.


Plus, the Air Force has some pretty hot chicks.
 
2013-02-13 10:34:33 AM  
In some states there's a law that you have to be at least 16 to pump gas, even at the self serve. Of course I, like most reasonably normal males, have been spraying myself since I was about 12 but that's another story...
 
2013-02-14 12:01:38 AM  

untaken_name: Abacus9: Ignorant isn't the same as semi-literate.

Uh, ok. What is your point?

Definition of  SEMILITERATE1
a : able to read and write on an elementary levelb : able to read but unable to write2: having limited knowledge or understanding
 I was going more for definition #2, but #1a fits, too.


My point is that, though technically wrong, he was using the phrase the way a lot of people do. Languages evolve, and phrases can have more than one meaning. I just figured I'd point this out since you were pedantic enough to point out that he was wrong.
 
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