Nozzle-Guess Casino: a small gambling den
orig: a gas station/convenience store
now: an impromptu casino, where people guess gas readouts
odd: the proprietor, Tool, is covered in tattoos of previous winning numbers
A few derelict gas pumps remain outside a run-down convenience shop. The fuel tanks have long run dry, but the pumps are still used; gamblers squeeze the nozzle’s trigger and try to guess the exact digits on the readout when released. Teams, head-to-head, solo gauntlet; all sorts of variations of the game exist. Tool, the owner, is covered in ballpoint-ink tattoos of winning numbers from contests past.