Posts Tagged ‘ blame culture ’

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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Teddy Bear mistaken for rare Bengali White Tiger by Hampshire constabulary. Morons abound.

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October 3, 2011
Teddy Bear mistaken for rare Bengali White Tiger by Hampshire constabulary. Morons abound.

Lets play a small game of spot the difference. How did you do? Did you manage to decipher the code? If you are unsure, the animal on the right of this picture is a Bengali White Tiger. Perhaps you can notice the sharp teeth, the killer look in the eye, the huge clawed feet...
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Maradona Blames coach Batista as Argentina crash out early from the Copa America. Also, hookers, cocaine and stomach staples.

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July 20, 2011
Maradona Blames coach Batista as Argentina crash out early from the Copa America. Also, hookers, cocaine and stomach staples.

Before we begin, spot quiz. Do you know which football team Diego Amando Maradona, World Cup winner, Golden Ball winner, Golden boot winner, UEFA cup winner, Italian cup winner, Spanish cup winner, Spanish league cup winner, double Italian championship winner, 5-time South American player of the year currently manages? Any guesses? Well let us...
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Murdoch in the dock. Rupert Murdoch not to blame for on-going News Corporation phone hacking scandal

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July 20, 2011
Murdoch in the dock. Rupert Murdoch not to blame for on-going News Corporation phone hacking scandal

As the fallout from the News of The World phone hacking scandal continues to shake the foundations of the British tabloid press, Rupert Murdoch, and son and heir apparent James Murdoch, deny that they and News Corporation are to blame. Instead he lays the blame at the feet of people “he trusted” at The...
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Gunman, hostage taker and drug felon updates his Facebook whilst mid-siege.

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June 22, 2011
Gunman, hostage taker and drug felon updates his Facebook whilst mid-siege.

“Thank you homie. Good looking out“ “I’m currently in a standoff … kinda ugly, but ready for whatever“ “I love u guyz and if I don’t make it out of here alive that I’m in a better place and u were all great friends“ “Got a cute ‘Hostage’ huh“ “Well i was lettin this...
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Stanley Cup Ice hockey game turns into all out war as the Boston Bruins hammer the Canucks. Angry mob to blame.

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June 17, 2011
Stanley Cup Ice hockey game turns into all out war as the Boston Bruins hammer the Canucks. Angry mob to blame.

They are a passionate lot those ice-hockey fans. Normally the preserve of football fans, Tuesday saw violence and rioting descend on the otherwise, peaceful, tranquil, sedate Vancouver Bay area and it was all down to an ice-hockey game. Not any ice-hockey game admittedly, but an ice-hockey game nonetheless. The final of The Stanley Cup...
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Obama blames unemployment on Automation. ATM machines to blame then?

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June 15, 2011
Obama blames unemployment on Automation. ATM machines to blame then?

Skynet will be happy. John Connor will be making an appearance any day now. The machines are coming; the robot wars will soon be upon us and the future for mankind is a bleak, ravaged, post-apocalyptic one. Automation is everywhere and people are becoming obsolete as the machines take the jobs. Well, at least...
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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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Cucumber-Gate. Spain refutes blame as attack of the killer cucumbers continues.

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June 1, 2011
Cucumber-Gate. Spain refutes blame as attack of the killer cucumbers continues.

The economice fall-out from the cucumber deaths sweeping across Europe is costing Spain upwards of 200 million dollars a week as the country seeks to refute blame for the outbreak. As the number of deaths and people infected continues to grow, the largest part of the Iberian Peninsula is engaged in a war of...
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Is this BigFoot? Or a man dressed like a big, hairy monkey. New Faked Footage emerges.

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May 30, 2011
Is this BigFoot? Or a man dressed like a big, hairy monkey. New Faked Footage emerges.

You would think that people would have stopped trying to convince the world that Bigfoot exists by now. Out of focus, grainy and badly filmed footage used to be mildly believable; now it is just grainy, out of focus footage which needs better editing. But no. The Bigfoot hoax is still alive and very...
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We Take the Blame™ for people who talk and use mobile phones whilst at the cinema

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May 29, 2011
We Take the Blame™ for people who talk and use mobile phones whilst at the cinema

Forget reality television being a mirror on society, it was never true and certainly never will be. It is a micro-cosom of the biggest mistakes that society has created, all together, in one place, being tools. No, if you want a real mirror on society then head to the cinema this weekend. You can...
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Breaking Blame™ – it hits the headlines faster than Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s new female intern leaves the building.

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May 23, 2011
Breaking Blame™ – it hits the headlines faster than Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s new female intern leaves the building.

Apparently Rikers Island prison, where Dominique Strauss-Kahn spent a few days last week, has bad food. This is according to a French Lawyer who obviously puts food above male shower rape, drug abuse, violence, self-mutilation, starving prisoners, corruption and God knows what else which goes on behind the locked iron doors of one of...
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