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Procrastination. Evil twin-sister of Carpe Diem.

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September 1, 2016
Procrastination. Evil twin-sister of Carpe Diem.

There are many great people who never procrastinate, and they did great things. Be one of them. Blame us for your procrastination
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Dark days and white snow

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May 3, 2015

Ominious clouds of malcontent are being blown in off the jet stream and the casualties are falling like snowflakes in Siberia. Craziness is upon us and the bliss of hot Summer days is still a far off hazy vision on the polluted horizon. The bees are dying and Sherpas are fighting with the Swiss...
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Occupy Harrisburg turns ugly as protester is arrested for dressing like a zombie.

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November 27, 2011
Occupy Harrisburg turns ugly as protester is arrested for dressing like a zombie.

“This situation must be controlled before it’s too late. They’re multiplying too rapidly!” This is a quote from George Romero’s 1978 zombie masterpiece Dawn of The Dead. In the iconic film the words are obviously applied to the increasing number of zombies intent on eating brains, but it could be applied to the current...
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French town bans homeless people from looking in bins

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October 13, 2011
Nogent-Sur-Marne has made looking in bins for food a criminal offence

French town targets the poor in an attempt to clean up the streets. Looking in bins for food is made illegal in Nogent-sur-marne
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Too many off-licences are to blame for under-age drinking and hospital admissions

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September 5, 2011
Too many off-licences are to blame for under-age drinking and hospital admissions

No, really? If there are more off-licences in any given area then the number of under age drinkers and hospital admissions as a result is higher than the average, according to a report carried out by the lobby group, Alcohol Concern. The national UK average for off-license density is 63 per 100,000 of the...
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American puts fireworks in a coffee grinder 600 years after the Chinese invent them. Inevitable explosions follow.

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July 12, 2011
American puts fireworks in a coffee grinder 600 years after the Chinese invent them. Inevitable explosions follow.

Back in the 7th Century, when the Chinese were harassed by evil spirits, dastardly ghosts and were afflicted by all things spooky and without explanation, they blew the hell out of them with the precursor to what we know today as fireworks. In reality they were probably little more than bamboo firecrackers that made...
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Is that a wart on your finger? Forget medical advice, You should blow it off with a shotgun. That’s what Sean Murphy did.

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June 18, 2011
Is that a wart on your finger? Forget medical advice, You should blow it off with a shotgun. That’s what Sean Murphy did.

Take The Blame™ is recoiling. Recoiling in the same way that the 12-gauge shotgun recoiled when English Yorkshire man Sean Murphy used it to remove a wart on his finger. Ignoring doctors advice to “under no circumstances” remove the wart with a shotgun, Mr. Murphy took the medical world into his own hands and...
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Google Blame China for Hacking US official emails. Rest of the World say ‘You don’t say’

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June 2, 2011
Google Blame China for Hacking US official emails. Rest of the World say ‘You don’t say’

In a very unsurprising piece of news, Google has blamed The Chinese for the hacking of online email accounts belonging to US officials. China, never one to admit to their wrong doings, has remained quiet and is perhaps considering kidnapping in retaliation to the blame. That the Chinese are involved in underhand Internet espionage...
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Taking the blame™ – for erratic driving and erratic drivers

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June 2, 2011
Taking the blame™ – for erratic driving and erratic drivers

Some people should not be allowed to drive. Pure and simple. Hell, some people are out there right now driving cars who shouldn’t even be allowed out of the house.  How some drivers on the road today managed to pass the driving test in the first place is a mystery to science, up there...
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Breaking News … World did not end on May 21. The Rapture didn’t arrive. We Take the Blame™ for the end of the world (not happening)

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May 22, 2011
Breaking News … World did not end on May 21. The Rapture didn’t arrive. We Take the Blame™ for the end of the world (not happening)

Well that was a big anti-climax. The World didn’t end on the 21st May 2011 like it was forecast to do. There was no fire and brimstone. There wasn’t 5 continent destroying earthquakes all set up to cascade through the plate tectonics at 6pm local time like an advanced sprinkler system. The Tsunamis didn’t...
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Friday 13th. The worst date in the Calendar for superstitious nuts. We take the blame™

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May 13, 2011
Friday 13th. The worst date in the Calendar for superstitious nuts. We take the blame™

Thank God its Friday? Not today. Thank the Grim Reaper himself. Thank the evil, red-hoofed Beelzebub that basks in the nether regions of Hell, for when Friday the 13th rolls into town, like it has this fine morning, heads will roll and bad shit will happen. Run for your life, take shelter, man up,...
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Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™

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April 26, 2011
Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™ *** Breaking Blame™

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...
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