Speaking of philanthropy, Georgians haven't lost their sense of humor, it seems. In response to Russian looters, Tbilisi residents set up a fine display of modern art and world-class snark in front of the city's Russian embassy (click photos to get larger versions).
Veronica Khokhlova has the English translation from Oleg Panfilov's blog.
To the Russian embassy in Tbilisi they brought old refrigerators, toilets, rolls of toilet paper, irons, bottles of vodka, forks and spoons, clothes and other objects that [looters from the Russian army] took interest in during their visits to private houses of Georgians, state institutions, military bases and army barracks.Now that's generosity!
People are coming up to have a closer look, shake their heads, laugh. Cars that are passing by are honking...
NOT SO FUNNY: "Russia can have at its borders only enemies or vassals."