@SochiProblems: su Twitter un account per i Giochi che non funzionano

@SochiProblems: su Twitter un account per i Giochi che non funzionano
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Uno spazio alternativo in rete, per raccontare le Olimpiadi che difficilmente vedremo in tv. Disfunzioni, denunce e zone d’ombra dei Giochi invernali più cari della storia trovano ora spazio su Twitter al’account @SochiProblems.

A tenere banco sono per il momento soprattutto i commenti dei giornalisti internazionali, che lamentano hotel non ancora pronti, infrastrutture deficitarie e acqua di uno strano colore.

Qui una selezione:

Paralympians we made you a ramp to, oh nevermind. #SochiProblems#Sochi2014pic.twitter.com/y7HLLxiTd5

— Sochi Problems (@SochiProblems) 5 Février 2014

Ok, doorknob karma. My apologies, Sochi. pic.twitter.com/OBV8cR3uDA

— Barry Petchesky (@barryap1) 4 Février 2014

@HarryCNN having no luck in Sochi. #SochiProblems#Sochi#Sochi2014#Olympicspic.twitter.com/kDkVu5KyiC

— Sochi Problems (@SochiProblems) 4 Février 2014

No flush, must play basketball with used toilet paper. #SochiProblems#Sochi2014pic.twitter.com/tHus7WfgtH

— Sochi Problems (@SochiProblems) 4 Février 2014

We torture your bowels with complex toilets. #SochiProblems#Sochi2014pic.twitter.com/ggu1ALH4xE

— Sochi Problems (@SochiProblems) 4 Février 2014

Seeing double in the Gentlemen's Loo at the Olympic Biathlon Centre #Sochipic.twitter.com/a1HoilU9zn

— Steve Rosenberg (@BBCSteveR) January 20, 2014

Fellow journo: Colleague lost hotel room key. Hotel did not have copy. So instead of giving a new key, they removed the whole door.

— SeanFitz_Gerald (@SeanFitz_Gerald) 5 Février 2014

Canada House, in Olympic Park, still under construction, still playing to the idea we all own a cottage somewhere. pic.twitter.com/YyxfqeBzlQ

— SeanFitz_Gerald (@SeanFitz_Gerald) 4 Février 2014

My hotel has no water. If restored, the front desk says, "do not use on your face because it contains something very dangerous." #Sochi2014

— Stacy St. Clair (@StacyStClair) 4 Février 2014

Water restored, sorta. On the bright side, I now know what very dangerous face water looks like. #Sochi#unfilteredpic.twitter.com/sQWM0vYtyz

— Stacy St. Clair (@StacyStClair) 4 Février 2014

Also on the bright side: I just washed my face with Evian, like I'm a Kardashian or something.

— Stacy St. Clair (@StacyStClair) 4 Février 2014

The reception of our hotel in #Sochi has no floor. But it does have this welcoming picture. pic.twitter.com/8isdoBuytl

— Kevin Bishop (@bishopk) 4 Février 2014

Bees in your honey, beer colored water, no flush toilets and the buzz abt #Sochi yuck factor today on @GMApic.twitter.com/CvztMrEHRE

— Matt Gutman (@mattgutmanABC) 5 Février 2014

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