LOS ANGELES, May 23 (Reuters) - Gas really does cost an arm and a leg in places these days. This weekend, a Huntington Beach, California, gas station said the price of regular gasoline was -- an arm. The price of mid-grade -- a leg. The price of premium -- your first born. Steve Grossi's lease on his Shell station was expiring on Monday so when he ran out of gasoline to sell on Sunday, he put up the tongue-in-cheek sign. "It started as a joke," said Grossi, 51, who operated the ...
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