I noticed maybe every other week there's a barbecue (actually a slow-cooking smoker) brought in to a local gas station. The thing looks to be wood-fired, and the smoker is maybe about 20-25 feet from the closest pump and kept outdoors. It's a fairly compact station, and the cooker is being run while the station is open and people are pumping gas. This can't possibly be safe can it? When I drive by I'm hoping the place doesn't catch on fire. I keep on thinking of the possibility of something like the gasoline play-fighting in the movie Zoolander, where someone decides to light up a smoke. If someone spills gas, what are the chances that the fumes reach the smoker and light up?