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Comment This is as old as the hills (Score 1) 572

My father-in-law (Canadian) used to tell stories about how in the summer gas station owners would pump gasoline into the glass reservoir above the pump, in preparation for the next customer. While waiting, of course, the fuel heated up, and the station owner made a tidy profit from the scam.

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