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olympic rings

A Russian sushi restaurant has run a tongue-in-cheek ad poking fun at the Olympic rings foul-up at the Sochi Olympics Opening
After all of the controversy over the state of the Olympic facilities, corruption and even surveillance, it's no surprise
2012-07-25-olympicbanner.png Measures being taken to prevent misuse of the Olympic designation are intriguing, appalling and hilarious. Fines for abuse can total $30,000. There's the 81-year-old grandmother who made tiny sweaters with the Olympic logo for dolls selling for the equivalent of $1.63, proceeds going to a church charity. And the florist rebuked for arranging flowers with the colours of the Olympic rings. Off with their heads!