from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A process for determining the cause(s), human and otherwise, of the failure of something
- v. to have a blamestorm, i.e., a session where a group discusses the cause(s), human and otherwise, of the failure of something
Anyway, here are the words; go vote: apathetic babymoon blamestorm charlatan conundrum cruft eleemosynary facebook hypocrite linkability melancholy
I have the privilege of living in LA during this blamestorm (another of 2007's tantalizing top ten words) between writers and producers which is really simply the larger issue, writ locally and to a specific industry, of technology overrunning older systems mechanized by outdated business models.
December 13, 2007 at 4:09 pm gut wort–bedder den “truthiness” ore “blamestorm”
You have got a blamestorm to figure out how you're going to handle it.
We're talking things like sardoodledum and blamestorm.
In the wake of Lightfoot's good-humoured resurrection, a huge blamestorm blew through the media and blogosphere, and few seemed to be able to get the story straight.
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