Can Anything in Russia Work Right?

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Here's your daily moment of stupidity.

Readers should be acutely aware by now that Russia is, shall we say, a rather unique country. Of course there are laws but often times they’re considered to be more like "guidelines." Things just work differently over there, if at all. Case in point: these drivers who had to stop due to a passing train. Apparently standing around on the road while the train goes by made one BMW owner completely forget how to, uh, drive. It’s one of those incidents you couldn’t make up no matter how hard you tried.

And by the way, why is it that the guardrail doesn’t go back up automatically after the train passes? Again, it’s Russia.

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