I could go back to the well of "should we be able to pump our own gas?" over and over again, and we could get a brisk debate going about it every time. But this isn't about whether we should be able to or not, it's about one of the things that still happens when getting a fill-up that drives me crazy..
Who would go to the trouble to steal air pumps from service stations? Several gas retailers in Toms River have reported them gone from their berths, and township police believe they have a bead on the culprit.
I've lived in a number of different states, so I've gotten to enjoy being able to pump my own gas. In fact, it's a topic that I've covered a few times in the past, that's how much I wish we were allowed to get out and fill up here in the Garden State. But, maybe it's people like this who are holding us back. Watch this clueless gas pump patron struggle to figure out how to even begin:
Seven service stations near evacuation routes in Toms River, Berkeley, Manchester, Freehold, Middletown, Hazlet and Highlands are among 33 approved to keep fuel flowing when disasters hit the Garden State.
I've mentioned before how irritating I find it that we can't pump our own gas here in New Jersey. But come on, at least we're not setting ourselves on fire. If these people can pump their own gas, I certainly think we should be able to. Check out the incendiary video below:
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