So, the protesters were back again today. Yesterday it was kind of funny, but today it is annoying. Fatai took Guy to work and then could not get back in the compound. Which meant that I couldn't take Jeremy to school. I took a picture from our back balcony of the line the cars are in for fuel which is something else which is going on outside our compound. So, above is the line for fuel or as they say in Nigeria, "The queue for the foil." The "queueing" has been taking place since sometime in November. I am not clear on what is really happening. It seems that there is a combination of higher fuel prices and a lack of fuel at some stations which is causing cars to wait in line. If you ask me, it almost looks like hurricane season in Houston.