Not me. Different products (nat gas vs oil products), different geographical areas, 1 is regulated vs 1 is non-regulated, 1 sells to end users and 1 sells to middlemen, 1 is a small cap v 1 is a mid cap, and GAS has lots of unrelated ops. Other than the fact that they both move energy products from 1 place to another, I can't see enough similarities to matter.
Actually, I can't see any other comparable to GLP in the public markets, which means that I can't see another public company trying to buy out GLP. So I don't see the Nicor deal implying any particular value for GLP.