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The lines for gas after superstorm Sandy are something every Long Islander will remember: hundreds of people waiting for hours, either in their cars or standing online with containers, just to get some fuel to run their generators, vehicles, or other essential items.
Long Islanders are used to abusive prices at the pump, but what a few gas stations did during Sandy is just insulting.
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