What could be more natural than blame-storming? You notice something is wrong and you try to figure out who is to blame. Someone put an empty milk carton in the fridge and here I am with a bowl of cereal and no milk: Who did it? When you find who did the wrong thing, you can correct it.
Simple. But now that the gossip around the tribal campfire has gone worldwide and digital, the information overload has left us a bit confused as to who did what.
The economy crashed, income is flying upward into the hands of a few, wars break out and rumors of wars abound. Something is wrong! Who is to blame? What we want is one villain and we want him to be a real villain, a black-hearted devil who drinks the blood of innocents while standing in the center of a penatgram calling…
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