Me either. Gotta remember 3 things:
1) They don't use pilot lights, they're on demand. So they're actually only flaming while cooling. Can't be any more than 1/3 of the time and probably much, much less. The chances of having a flame on at the time of fueling is not as big as most people think.
2) It's covered, contained, and well off the ground. It's gonna take a lot of gas vapors to reach that flame.
3) What's the distance between the fridge and your gas tank? In my case, it's like 30'. My fridge is often no where near the actual pumps.
There's no use crying over spilled milk, unless it's on your keyboard.