If you're driving around town looking for a fresh tank of gas, you're probably starting to feel a little depressed at the outrageous prices you see.  But what's even weirder is how different gas prices are ... from one neighborhood to another!


For example:

Now all of these shots were made in Lake Charles on the same day and about 20 minutes apart. But just look at the difference in prices and the biggest difference is on the same brand of gas.


Someone tell me, is there a logical explanation for this? Especially since we're hearing that gas is going up to $4.00 a gallon in a week, looks like someone's in a hurry to get it there.

Doesn't it make you sick?