Television

Breaking Blame™ no. 2. X-factor embroiled in cocaine war; Walsh blames Barlow.

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November 16, 2011
Breaking Blame™ no. 2. X-factor embroiled in cocaine war; Walsh blames Barlow.

Stepping away from global politics you have X-factor. Normally the home of pre-pubesent children and people who have no idea of what music is, the show has finally rocked out and been prone to a cocaine bust. As it is family viewing and no rock and roll should be entered into, the guilty party...
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What is Take The Blame?

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February 17, 2011
What is Take The Blame?

Our ethos is simple, we are here to take the blame. Apparently we live in a blame culture; and in a blame culture there needs to be someone who you can turn to when there is nobody else who will shoulder your blame. Whatever the reason, whatever the occasion, we are there for you....
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Christina Aguilera forgets the words in front of a billion people

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February 7, 2011
Christina Aguilera forgets the words in front of a billion people

Lets be honest. American football is an anomaly. So is Christine Aguilera. So many things are wrong with this combination of characters that apologising for all of them would be more difficult than explaining the rules of American football to an, as yet to be discovered, Amazonian tribe and then, having explained the rules...
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The BBC erases entire back catalogue of TV shows and Radio. Nice one.

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July 15, 2008
The BBC erases entire back catalogue of TV shows and Radio. Nice one.

If all the BBC’s programming over the years could be stored on celluloid, like in the old movies, and put end to end, like they say, then you could tie a pretty bow around Jupiter and still have enough film to make a roller-coaster back to earth. If all their radio broadcasts could be...
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The BBC continues its ineptitude by losing 36 million pounds?

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June 3, 2008
The BBC continues its ineptitude by losing 36 million pounds?

In the scheme of things I suppose that 36 million is not a great deal of money. A small bonus to a wealthy banker, an average footballer. You probably couldn’t get hold of a decent powerboat for that so for the BBC to go 36 million pounds over budget isn’t such a big deal...
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Internet search engines search for Denise Van Outen

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May 29, 2008

In no particular order, the top 5 most searched things on MSN today are…. drum roll please…. Indiana Jones, Jessica Alba, Denise Van Outen, Paris Hilton and Britain’s Got Talent… If Britain does indeed have talent, Indiana Jones aside, then where are they? And what are they going to learn by reading about Jessica...
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Good verses Bad, light verses dark, God verses the Devil.

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August 31, 2007

Why is all news bad? Just look at the rolling news channels, the millions of news sites on the Internet. The 9 o’clock news, the 10 o’clock news, even Newsround is just full of bad news. The news, or rather bad news, makes people sad, scared, angry and depressed. There is a scene at...
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