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In the wake of Sandy, Long Islanders’ gas routines have changed dramatically. A simple decision to fill up has now become an hours-long process. There’s the search for an open gas station, followed by the cost-benefit analysis of the line at the rare functioning station, then the actual wait on the line. Finally, when the euphoric moment hits and an attendant waives you to the pump, you arrive only...Read more »