Here's what I wrote last week:
The way they park - and drive! - on Khreshchatyk's sidewalks is SO BAD. But it's a norm by now.
In a way, it's our new "Ми разом, нас багато, і нас не подолати!" (The main slogan of Maidan 2004: "We're together, there're many of us, and we cannot be defeated!")
Today, I've learned that this retarded way of parking is quite literally our new "Ми разом, нас багато, і нас не подолати!"
Vladislav Kaskiv, the leader of Pora, stepped out of the car pictured below, and, accompanied by a man and a woman, proceeded to the Grand Gallery store nearby. I've no idea if the car belongs to him or his friends - and I couldn't care less. What matters is the way they parked it. I wish I had a picture of Kaskiv actually getting out of this car - but I'm not a paparazzi. I'm a shocked observer. And I'm shocked - but not surprised. The revolution's evolution.