On the video you can see a Russian jet fighter implementing thrust vectoring technology. The pilot explains in English its advantages. In general this is a technology that uses jet engines which can rotate their nozzles in any direction and also change the size of the nozzle for precise thrust control which gives
unbelievable maneuver ability. And below you can see the shots from the plant in Russian Siberia where they build those engines. They call it "the only plant in the world with serial mass production of thrust vectoring jet engines" and that NATO countries buy those engines to equip their planes.
Some Russian got used to punish their fellow neighbors who park their cars the wrong way. The first car above received a graffiti "This is a lawn!". The second one is the gray Russian Lada car. Its driver parked it in a wrong way all the time, then the neighbors hired a trash-truck
to put the trash bin so that it could not move for a few days until the next trash-truck would come. And the third one was badly parked and then was towed in the river by the boat in order to revenge. So when you go to Russia park your cars well!