The Olympics may be insured against war, terrorism or natural disasters. But what if the facilities in Athens just aren't ready in time to receive thousands of athletes and tens of thousands of fans?
*Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times
*Has covered the Olympics for the past six years
*Anchor for a weekly current events television program in Greece called Fakeloi
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