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April 26, 2011

Hot Diggity, Hot dam. It’s that time of week again folks. Who would have thought it. As is the norm, the fingers are out and the blame game is in full effect. Most are accusations but amongst all of the slime and sin there is a smattering of self actualisation. Yes, the finger does indeed point both ways and when it does we will be there to leap on it like an injured zebra. We are the lion.

And in at number 5. Denise Grimsley, she’s a politician. Sits on a chair. Chairwoman. House Appropriations Committee. Its American politics. She blames the budget frustrations on the senate it says here.

“Unfortunately, in each subsequent offer we have received, the Senate opened up previously agreed on issues and moved further and further away to the point where the last Senate offer places the House and Senate $425 million apart”

And in at number 4, (and it probably should be at number 5)  more politicians on the younger side of the Atlantic taking out and sharpening the claws and pointing blame at each other. This time we go right to the top. TO THE TOP we tell you. House speaker John Boehner blames the big man Obama for the soaring price of gas (petrol) on American soil. When asked who was to blame, what did he say to ABC News?

“They’re going to blame somebody, all right. And the fact is he has done nothing to help the situation,” oh yeah. He also goes on to the election campaign….

“But if the economy doesn’t get better, I don’t think he’ll win. If people don’t feel better about government-run health care, I don’t think he’ll win. And if gas prices are $5 or $6, he certainly isn’t going to win.”

In at number 3 is a sport story. We all like to do sport. If we’re not fat. And even if we break the scales we can still go swimming or indulge in some arm chair sport fanaticism. In football, Arsene Wenger has shifted the blame onto his, well, shit defence. He didn’t quite put it so eloquently but you get the idea. If you don’t give to shakes of a rats tail about football, then jump to blame number 4.

‘It is frustrating because you produce the effort. The team has had an outstanding attitude and they will not be rewarded because the small things cost you a lot.

Banging on the cold fridge door of number 2 a glaring bit of obvious. Apparently Easter falls on different dates (oddly enough, the poor easter bunny rabbits of Otago New Zealand dont care when it falls) and apparently the moon is to blame for the date being different. Really? Actually it is quite interesting. Have a gander.

“Easter is determined by the paschal full moon because that is the date of Passover in the Jewish calendar, and the Last Supper (Holy Thursday) occurred on Passover”

And at number 1 and by no means any more or less important than the proceeding 4. We head down under, to the land of possums, kangaroos and boomerangs. Surfers Paradise, a paradise for surfers on the Australian East coast. The traders and restaurant keepers are getting annoyed with Christian evangelists who are preaching on Cavill Avenue and scaring of the paying patrons. They blame them for lost revenue and want action taken.

“They stand right outside the restaurant with a 300-watt amplifier and scream their message out,” he said.
“The group has a right to spread their message but not in front of restaurants at seven at night.”That is a time for families to relax and enjoy good food — not religion.

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