Looks like the U.S. isn’t the only place where people are getting riled up at the pump. Fuel costs have shot up across Europe — thanks in part to the effects of Katrina — and protests are springing forth. This week, with prices in England reaching the equivalent of about $9 a gallon, the same folks who waged crippling fuel protests in 2000 are threatening to start a blockade tomorrow. Anxious Brits have responded by queueing up to fill their tanks.

Can I type queueing again? That was fun.