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Outdoor Rain blamed for indoor Heathrow Queues.

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May 1, 2012
Outdoor Rain blamed for indoor Heathrow Queues.

As the bulging ineptitude of the Olympic Games looms over the capital and  London security chiefs mount land to air missile systems on the tops of apartment blocks in some of the most densely populated housing estates in Western Europe, Heathrow airport is continuing its gold medal winning form in the ineptitude Olympics. At...
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Odd smell blamed for grounding plane

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October 21, 2011
Odd smell blamed for grounding plane

A Lufthansa A320 aircraft en route between Frankfurt and Madrid was re-rooted to Zurich airport after bizarre smells were detected emanating from the cabin kitchen. The plane was carrying 80 passengers escaping the freezing German temperatures for some late Autumn Spanish sunshine and sangria when cabin crew started flinching their nostrils. Notifying the captain...
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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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10,000 incredibly inept people throw their passports in the bin every year.

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April 26, 2011
10,000 incredibly inept people throw their passports in the bin every year.

Sympathy for the devil but no such compassion for the 10,000 people, who according to the UK’s Identity and Passport Service (IPS) thought it would be a good idea to throw their passport in the bin last year. Why I hear you ask? Why indeed. The ineptitude and careless abandon to passport mishap doesn’t...
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UK Government officials spend £48,337 on first-class rail tickets and bill the public.

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March 7, 2011
UK Government officials spend £48,337 on first-class rail tickets and bill the public.

In a great piece of logistical and geographical planning, the Government Department of International Development (DfiD) has two offices; one in London and one in East Kilbride, Scotland. A nice clean round trip of 800 miles. In the first 6 months of 2010 a handful of government officials – who incidentally haven’t been named...
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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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Shark attacks in Mexican resort of Zihuatanejo. Sharks are not to blame, says shark.

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June 2, 2008
Shark attacks in Mexican resort of Zihuatanejo. Sharks are not to blame, says shark.

People being eaten by sharks is never a good thing, some would say it isn’t even a funny thing. But sharks have to eat too. They don’t have  the luxury of choice, they don’t go on diets, they eat what they see and invariably don’t see what they eat. Sometimes they even eat human...
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The TakeTheBlame Philosophy

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July 4, 2007

Our philosophy is simple, our motivation honest; We Apologise. We apologise and take the blame because no one else will. We will take anything that has ever wronged you, and write you an apology. We are sorry. Apparently we are in the grips of a so-called blame culture. Well we don’t know about you...
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