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2018-04-11 10:21:01 PM  
Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon
 
2018-04-11 10:25:33 PM  
Eh, upcharge and it's probably worth it. I wouldn't, but I'm cheap. I can definitely see the appeal for some people though. If I had the cash to waste I'd probably use that service.
 
2018-04-11 10:46:27 PM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon


Or even the '90s outside of those areas.  I remember my mom used to stop at a full-service station on the way back from church in either the late 80s or early 90s where they'd pump the gas, wash the windows, and even check the fluid levels under the hood.
 
2018-04-11 10:55:07 PM  
If they do the windshields too, it would be so worth it.

Get out of car.
Insert card.
Enter zip code.
Would you like a car wash? No!
Undo gas cap.
Stick nozzle in.
Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.
Remember you have to wash the windshield.
Go to another pump because yours doesn't have a squeegee. Or towels. Or washing liquid.
Come back to see the gas is still pumping.
Trip over gas hose.
Get up and clean the goddamn windshield.
Throw the squeegee in the trash because WAS THAT F*CKING VASELINE ON THE SQUEEGEE?
Go back to nozzle.
Top off gas... 44.95...44.96...44.97...44.98...44.99.​..45.01. GODDAMMIT!
Replace nozzle.
Replace gas cap.
Wait for receipt.
"Please see cashier for receipt."
F*ck you.
Get in car.
Drive away.
Curse God.
 
2018-04-11 11:01:25 PM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: If they do the windshields too, it would be so worth it.

Get out of car.
Insert card.
Enter zip code.
Would you like a car wash? No!
Undo gas cap.
Stick nozzle in.
Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.
Remember you have to wash the windshield.
Go to another pump because yours doesn't have a squeegee. Or towels. Or washing liquid.
Come back to see the gas is still pumping.
Trip over gas hose.
Get up and clean the goddamn windshield.
Throw the squeegee in the trash because WAS THAT F*CKING VASELINE ON THE SQUEEGEE?
Go back to nozzle.
Top off gas... 44.95...44.96...44.97...44.98...44.99.​..45.01. GODDAMMIT!
Replace nozzle.
Replace gas cap.
Wait for receipt.
"Please see cashier for receipt."
F*ck you.
Get in car.
Drive away.
Curse God.


Oftentimes when I pump gas I'll go into the attached minimart to pick up a drink and/or a slim jim or something, and I've noticed something odd lately - people prepaying for their gas on cards inside the store.  Is it just paranoia about card skimmers?  That's the only reason I can think of someone going through the hassle of going inside instead of just paying at the pump.

Also, as recently as maybe ten years ago I tried to stop for gas somewhere in rural Tennessee or Kentucky in the middle of the night and I was dumbfounded to discover the pumps didn't have credit-card readers in them and the minimart was closed for the night.  I hadn't realized there were still places that were that far behind the curve.
 
2018-04-11 11:18:35 PM  

TuteTibiImperes: rural Tennessee or Kentucky


You knew what you were getting into.
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2018-04-11 11:40:26 PM  
I remember the feeling of annoyance when I had to wait on the attendant back in the 70s. And that was before we all developed our internet fueled short attention spans.
 
2018-04-12 12:23:13 AM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon


Actually Oregon is letting people pump their own gas now...with predictable results.

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2018-04-12 12:28:06 AM  

Mrtraveler01: Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon

Actually Oregon is letting people pump their own gas now...with predictable results.

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Why are they yelling "hey oregon!" if their supposedly in oregon...? Makes no sense.
Also, even if you drive away with the pump, it won't catch on fire.
 
2018-04-12 12:28:49 AM  
*hose!*
 
2018-04-12 12:29:41 AM  
There is a place close to where I live that does that. I usually leave my car, lock the door, run in, use the restroom, and buy a snack. By the time I am paying for the snack, the tank is full and I pay for the gas and snack at the same time. They are usually one or two cents higher than the other stations.
 
2018-04-12 12:29:43 AM  

PirateKing: Eh, upcharge and it's probably worth it. I wouldn't, but I'm cheap. I can definitely see the appeal for some people though. If I had the cash to waste I'd probably use that service.


But then if you've got the money to spend why are you going to this high crime area?  Are you buying drugs?  Are they good drugs?  Can I have som...I mean, I'm just curious...
 
2018-04-12 12:31:58 AM  
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2018-04-12 12:35:54 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: If they do the windshields too, it would be so worth it.

Get out of car.
Insert card.
Enter zip code.
Would you like a car wash? No!
Undo gas cap.
Stick nozzle in.
Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.
Remember you have to wash the windshield.
Go to another pump because yours doesn't have a squeegee. Or towels. Or washing liquid.
Come back to see the gas is still pumping.
Trip over gas hose.
Get up and clean the goddamn windshield.
Throw the squeegee in the trash because WAS THAT F*CKING VASELINE ON THE SQUEEGEE?
Go back to nozzle.
Top off gas... 44.95...44.96...44.97...44.98...44.99.​..45.01. GODDAMMIT!
Replace nozzle.
Replace gas cap.
Wait for receipt.
"Please see cashier for receipt."
F*ck you.
Get in car.
Drive away.
Curse God.


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2018-04-12 12:39:57 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: If they do the windshields too, it would be so worth it.

Get out of car.
Insert card.
Enter zip code.
Would you like a car wash? No!
Undo gas cap.
Stick nozzle in.
Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.
Remember you have to wash the windshield.
Go to another pump because yours doesn't have a squeegee. Or towels. Or washing liquid.
Come back to see the gas is still pumping.
Trip over gas hose.
Get up and clean the goddamn windshield.
Throw the squeegee in the trash because WAS THAT F*CKING VASELINE ON THE SQUEEGEE?
Go back to nozzle.
Top off gas... 44.95...44.96...44.97...44.98...44.99. ..45.01. GODDAMMIT!
Replace nozzle.
Replace gas cap.
Wait for receipt.
"Please see cashier for receipt."
F*ck you.
Get in car.
Drive away.
Curse God.


What the fark?  You don't keep your receipts and tally all your expenditures on an Excel spreadsheet so you can keep tabs of how your money is spent?  Enjoy going broke, dumbass.
 
2018-04-12 12:41:22 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: I've noticed something odd lately - people prepaying for their gas on cards inside the store. Is it just paranoia about card skimmers? That's the only reason I can think of someone going through the hassle of going inside instead of just paying at the pump.


Is it possible the outside car reader only accepts debit but not credit (or vice versa)?
 
2018-04-12 12:47:12 AM  

PirateKing: Eh, upcharge and it's probably worth it. I wouldn't, but I'm cheap. I can definitely see the appeal for some people though. If I had the cash to waste I'd probably use that service.


$2 isn't a bad charge at all. I would be down for that as an extra. I don't know that I would gas up in a place where thieves apparently hop into your car while you're filling up, but 2 bucks isn't a bad surcharge at all, really.
 
2018-04-12 12:49:23 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: ecmoRandomNumbers: If they do the windshields too, it would be so worth it.

Get out of car.
Insert card.
Enter zip code.
Would you like a car wash? No!
Undo gas cap.
Stick nozzle in.
Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.
Remember you have to wash the windshield.
Go to another pump because yours doesn't have a squeegee. Or towels. Or washing liquid.
Come back to see the gas is still pumping.
Trip over gas hose.
Get up and clean the goddamn windshield.
Throw the squeegee in the trash because WAS THAT F*CKING VASELINE ON THE SQUEEGEE?
Go back to nozzle.
Top off gas... 44.95...44.96...44.97...44.98...44.99.​..45.01. GODDAMMIT!
Replace nozzle.
Replace gas cap.
Wait for receipt.
"Please see cashier for receipt."
F*ck you.
Get in car.
Drive away.
Curse God.

Oftentimes when I pump gas I'll go into the attached minimart to pick up a drink and/or a slim jim or something, and I've noticed something odd lately - people prepaying for their gas on cards inside the store.  Is it just paranoia about card skimmers?  That's the only reason I can think of someone going through the hassle of going inside instead of just paying at the pump.

Also, as recently as maybe ten years ago I tried to stop for gas somewhere in rural Tennessee or Kentucky in the middle of the night and I was dumbfounded to discover the pumps didn't have credit-card readers in them and the minimart was closed for the night.  I hadn't realized there were still places that were that far behind the curve.


There's a new thing, if your account doesn't have whatever the fuel company decides the "minimum" is, you have to go inside. So if I want $10 worth of gas the day before payday  and my card doesn't have at least $75 on it, I have to go inside. I suppose skimmers are another concern, but this has been happening for about a year now, and it's annoying as fark.
 
2018-04-12 12:50:51 AM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon


My first time driving through Jersey, I stopped for gas. I hopped out, ran my card and started pumping gas. The attendant came running out and had an absolute shiat attack about how what I was doing was illegal, immoral, and likely to blow up the planet. I had no idea pumping your own gas was illegal in NJ, nor why he would be so surprised somone from out of state, just across the border off the interstate wouldn't know. I can't be the only one who has ever done that.

Not long after I saw someone with Jersey plates have absolutely no farking idea how to pump gas in VA. I had to go over and help, and he was  incredulous that no one would come out and do it for him.
 
2018-04-12 12:53:22 AM  

Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon


Oregonian here.  The "washing windows" part is sporadic...
 
2018-04-12 12:56:44 AM  

MythDragon: Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon

My first time driving through Jersey, I stopped for gas. I hopped out, ran my card and started pumping gas. The attendant came running out and had an absolute shiat attack about how what I was doing was illegal, immoral, and likely to blow up the planet. I had no idea pumping your own gas was illegal in NJ, nor why he would be so surprised somone from out of state, just across the border off the interstate wouldn't know. I can't be the only one who has ever done that.

Not long after I saw someone with Jersey plates have absolutely no farking idea how to pump gas in VA. I had to go over and help, and he was  incredulous that no one would come out and do it for him.


And that thing you did with that person from Jersey? It was probably illegal  most definitely immoral, and if the planet blows up, we're all coming for you!
 
2018-04-12 01:02:34 AM  

Mikey1969: MythDragon: Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon

My first time driving through Jersey, I stopped for gas. I hopped out, ran my card and started pumping gas. The attendant came running out and had an absolute shiat attack about how what I was doing was illegal, immoral, and likely to blow up the planet. I had no idea pumping your own gas was illegal in NJ, nor why he would be so surprised somone from out of state, just across the border off the interstate wouldn't know. I can't be the only one who has ever done that.

Not long after I saw someone with Jersey plates have absolutely no farking idea how to pump gas in VA. I had to go over and help, and he was  incredulous that no one would come out and do it for him.

And that thing you did with that person from Jersey? It was probably illegal  most definitely immoral, and if the planet blows up, we're all coming for you!


In his defense, he thought it was a cow. You know, with the beaming up and the probing. These things happen.
 
2018-04-12 01:03:50 AM  
A gas nozzle popped out of my tank once while it was locked-on to fill the tank. I'm pretty sure Ben Stiller was there and wrote the Zoolander "gasoline fight" scene on the spot.

/drove home mostly naked
//and the gas was leaded too!
 
2018-04-12 01:08:54 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: If they do the windshields too, it would be so worth it.

Get out of car.
Insert card.
Enter zip code.
Would you like a car wash? No!
Undo gas cap.
Stick nozzle in.
Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.
Remember you have to wash the windshield.
Go to another pump because yours doesn't have a squeegee. Or towels. Or washing liquid.
Come back to see the gas is still pumping.
Trip over gas hose.
Get up and clean the goddamn windshield.
Throw the squeegee in the trash because WAS THAT F*CKING VASELINE ON THE SQUEEGEE?
Go back to nozzle.
Top off gas... 44.95...44.96...44.97...44.98...44.99.​..45.01. GODDAMMIT!
Replace nozzle.
Replace gas cap.
Wait for receipt.
"Please see cashier for receipt."
F*ck you.
Get in car.
Drive away.
Curse God.


Had this happen, almost to the letter.  Difference was it was Minnesota winter at 3a.m., so washer fluid was frozen around squeegees, and the store was closed(3a.m.) so no matter how hard I pulled on that door it wouldn't open, so no receipt.  Went back next day, realised store was open 24 hours and the door said "PUSH".

/say no to drugs
//or just being a dumbfark
 
2018-04-12 01:09:35 AM  

nytmare: [s.hdnux.com image 628x423]


I can sort of see that happening. Older cars had the gas cap underneath the rear license plate that you had to flip down and some comedian said just pour the gas over the car and hope that it seeps in (or something like that). If someone has never pumped their own gas they might not know how to open the fuel pipe.

RTFM people. It solves 99.9% of your problems.
 
2018-04-12 01:11:17 AM  

fragMasterFlash: A gas nozzle popped out of my tank once while it was locked-on to fill the tank. I'm pretty sure Ben Stiller was there and wrote the Zoolander "gasoline fight" scene on the spot.

/drove home mostly naked
//and the gas was leaded too!


I loved that scene.
 
2018-04-12 01:21:33 AM  
self-driving cars will take themselves to the gas station but filling up is not yet a skill they possess.
 
2018-04-12 01:23:45 AM  
I drive with my windows up(air conditioning) and the doors locked. When I stop for gas, I close the door behind me and lock it(habit) when I get out. I don't care how sneaky someone is, there's no way for them to reach in and no door they can open without making a commotion. Finally, I'm aware of everyone who is anywhere near me or my car since there is no reason for anyone to be near me or my car.

You leave a window open? A door unlocked? You don't pay attention to what's going on around you? You're lucky if they only steal your car or things from your car. I've seen surveillance videos of guys skulking around the pumps, like a lion sneaking up on a zebra. And all the customers are zoning out in their own little worlds, not paying attention. Situational awareness is not for everyone I guess.
 
2018-04-12 01:24:09 AM  
True Story:  In Arlington, Virginia it is illegal to buy gas after midnight.
 
2018-04-12 01:29:37 AM  

MythDragon: Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon

My first time driving through Jersey, I stopped for gas. I hopped out, ran my card and started pumping gas. The attendant came running out and had an absolute shiat attack about how what I was doing was illegal, immoral, and likely to blow up the planet. I had no idea pumping your own gas was illegal in NJ, nor why he would be so surprised somone from out of state, just across the border off the interstate wouldn't know. I can't be the only one who has ever done that.

Not long after I saw someone with Jersey plates have absolutely no farking idea how to pump gas in VA. I had to go over and help, and he was  incredulous that no one would come out and do it for him.


Here's something I don't get... In area, New Jersey is 47th. It's tiny. How has this guy never been to a place where you pump your own gas? I've pumped gas in Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and Wyoming  and been the passenger while someone else was pumping gas in California  New Mexico, Colorado and Texas. All huge states, especially compared to New Jersey, yet I managed to leave them, and at times drive completely across them. How can you stay confined to such a tiny place? I've been to gas stations farther apart than this guy would have been if he had driven from one side of his state to the farthest point on the other side. And that's on the same day. Salt Lake to Phoenix is roughly 600 miles and takes about 12 hours, so I've stopped at gas stations 600 miles apart in a 12 hour period. I mean, from a quick check on Google maps, Cape May is about as far south you can get, and South Amboy is about as far north, and that's only 128 miles...

I just don't get it. It must be a thing in the West. Even people who live in podunk towns their whole lives will travel farther than that.
 
2018-04-12 01:32:05 AM  
Had an instance in WA where dad and I stop to put gas in the car.  He selects the grade, prepays, all that.  Gas starts spraying from the nozzle before he can insert it onto the gas tank.  Previous user somehow left the trigger engaged and we didn't catch it.  Amazing that Ben Stiller wasn't there for that either.
 
2018-04-12 01:35:14 AM  
heavy!

BTTF 1955 Hill Valley Mr. Sandman
Youtube WY2w2-CAKgM
 
2018-04-12 01:37:15 AM  

Mikey1969: MythDragon: Dead for Tax Reasons: Not a repeat from 1955

or 2018 new jersey and oregon

My first time driving through Jersey, I stopped for gas. I hopped out, ran my card and started pumping gas. The attendant came running out and had an absolute shiat attack about how what I was doing was illegal, immoral, and likely to blow up the planet. I had no idea pumping your own gas was illegal in NJ, nor why he would be so surprised somone from out of state, just across the border off the interstate wouldn't know. I can't be the only one who has ever done that.

Not long after I saw someone with Jersey plates have absolutely no farking idea how to pump gas in VA. I had to go over and help, and he was  incredulous that no one would come out and do it for him.

Here's something I don't get... In area, New Jersey is 47th. It's tiny. How has this guy never been to a place where you pump your own gas? I've pumped gas in Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and Wyoming  and been the passenger while someone else was pumping gas in California  New Mexico, Colorado and Texas. All huge states, especially compared to New Jersey, yet I managed to leave them, and at times drive completely across them. How can you stay confined to such a tiny place? I've been to gas stations farther apart than this guy would have been if he had driven from one side of his state to the farthest point on the other side. And that's on the same day. Salt Lake to Phoenix is roughly 600 miles and takes about 12 hours, so I've stopped at gas stations 600 miles apart in a 12 hour period. I mean, from a quick check on Google maps, Cape May is about as far south you can get, and South Amboy is about as far north, and that's only 128 miles...

I just don't get it. It must be a thing in the West. Even people who live in podunk towns their whole lives will travel farther than that.


We have things to do here in New Jersey. We don't have to travel halfway across the state or to another nearby state for entertainment or to enjoy nature, it's here. That's why NJ gets crowded by Pennsylvania and New York people during the summer. We don't often travel out of our state often, and when we do we make sure to have enough gas to get there and back for me, if I am heading to Manhattan, I park in Jersey City and take the PATH train in. Plus, despite having attendants pumping our gas, NJ gasoline prices are cheaper than surrounding states.
 
2018-04-12 01:37:17 AM  
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What a repeat from 1955 might look like.
 
2018-04-12 01:38:26 AM  
How much extra does it cost?
 
2018-04-12 01:39:20 AM  
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2018-04-12 01:44:01 AM  
There was this one time some jerk pulls in across from where I'm pumping, blasting the fark out of his radio, and it's some really disgusting,obnoxious stuff. Everybody around us is annoyed by it. And he's getting out to go inside and buy smokes, leaving it playing, I guess for the rest of us to enjoy.  I ask politely as he's walking away: "could you turn that down a little, please?" And he sneers at me like some cheap movie villain as he tells me "eff you", and goes in.

And I'm left there standing with the very long gas hose, nozzle in my hand, just two feet from his wide-open car interior. It's plenty of hose to reach the driver seat area. Plenty.  So.... tempting.   I really thought about it  for maybe a second... but my higher brain functions pointed out to me that there were cameras all over the place, and witnesses, and my gas purchase credit card information time-stamped in the pump's computer, just in case the cameras didn't get my face or plate.

But the visualization of what I could have done was almost as entertaining and cheered me for many minutes as I drove away.

Guys like that will inevitably bump up against someone who will not think twice. So I left it to fate instead of the fire department.
 
2018-04-12 01:47:15 AM  

Radioactive Ass: nytmare: [s.hdnux.com image 628x423]

I can sort of see that happening. Older cars had the gas cap underneath the rear license plate that you had to flip down and some comedian said just pour the gas over the car and hope that it seeps in (or something like that). If someone has never pumped their own gas they might not know how to open the fuel pipe.


I remember those!

RTFM people. It solves 99.9% of your problems.

Heh, which one?  My car came with 5 owner's manuals, the shortest (quick start guide) is 180 pages.  The longest is over 800 pages.
 
2018-04-12 01:53:09 AM  
Workin' in the fillin' station - too many tasks
Wipe the windows - check the tires - check the oil - dollar gas!
Too much monkey business Too much monkey business
Too much monkey business for me to be involved in!
 
2018-04-12 01:55:13 AM  

nytmare: [s.hdnux.com image 628x423]


Because insertion is rape!
 
2018-04-12 02:00:56 AM  

PaulWellstoneII: self-driving cars will take themselves to the gas station but filling up is not yet a skill they possess.


It's more of a station robot skill
robot at gas station PART 1
Youtube xFEwzd-gfU0
 
2018-04-12 02:09:59 AM  
Y'know, when it's winter on the oregon coast and the traffic signals are being blown sideways by the wind and its dumping rain unbeleivably hard, it was kinda nice to have the attendant pump my gas for me.
 
2018-04-12 02:20:38 AM  
This was my first job in high school. Full service at self serve prices at an Exxon station in a suburb of Spokane. All the old people came to us for gas. It's all fun and games until you have to pump gas for some granny in a farking blizzard.
 
2018-04-12 02:49:08 AM  

PaulWellstoneII: self-driving cars will take themselves to the gas station but filling up is not yet a skill they possess.


Robot gas stations

https://youtu.be/3y_J7fg03fA
 
2018-04-12 03:20:48 AM  

ecmoRandomNumbers: Watch ads on the stupid LCD screen at the pump that pumps about half as fast as it used to so you can watch more commercials.


The local Arco station has two farking screens at each pump.  One is continuous.  The smaller one kicks on when you starting pump the gas.  Both with sound.  It's farking annoying as hell.  I don't normally use that station.
 
2018-04-12 03:21:54 AM  
Id have to be pretty desperate to stop in South Fulton, much less get out of my car.
 
2018-04-12 03:39:30 AM  
Pumped gas as a teen at Certified Oil, long days, good honest hard work.  Pay sucked, but again I was a teen.  Pumped gas, checked oil, washed windows, and even checked tire pressure if the customer asked.  Walked around with the change maker on my belt.  Good times, hard work, but good times.
 
2018-04-12 07:18:03 AM  
I've been driving an electric car for about three years now and I don't miss gas stations at all. On those rare occasions I stop in one, like to get gas for the mower, I realize how much I don't like gas stations.

 And I used to be a street racer, drag racer, road racer, motocrosser, hare scrambler, boat racer etc. so I was in gas stations all of the time in the past.
 
2018-04-12 07:23:25 AM  
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