Yesterday, we told you about one Russian mother who was working to make her Back to the Future DeLorean-obsessed son's seventh birthday truly amazing. She's already gotten Russia's only two DeLoreans to commit to coming and has gotten him a flux capacitor and some awesome cakes.
Back to the Future, and especially the time traveling DeLorean, made a pretty big impression on kids and adults alike. One Russian child loved the movie so much that all he wanted for his birthday was a ride in a DeLorean.
Introducing a novel concept: Russian tomfoolery depicted not from a dashcam, but from an office building. An enterprising, camera-wielding Russian had a birdseye view of a front end loader operator playing a game of parking lot dominos with about eight cars.
Here we see a Toyota and a Toyota/Lexus SUV in Russia merging into the same single lane. When the Lexus doesn't get its way, it exacts clever and decisive revenge on the other driver, but was it justified?
Dartz, our favorite of all the insane Latvian armored car makers, will be supplying Bruce Willis with some armored transport for the next Die Hard film, A Good Day To Die Hard, that's due to be released in 2013.