History Main / NeverMyFault

7th Feb '16 4:01:22 PM azul120
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* According to [[http://consequenceofsound.net/2015/03/you-can-blame-lars-ulrich-for-lack-of-bass-on-metallicas-and-justice-for-all/ this account]] of the recording of the ''Music/{{Metallica}}'' album "...And Justice for All" straight from one of the sound engineers, the controversially bass deficient mix was a result of Lars Ulrich demanding the bass be brought down in order to get the drums up to his liking. Years later, when Lars and the sound engineer ran into each other, Lars asked him what happened to the bass. The least damining possibility would be Lars forgetting the original incident.

5th Feb '16 11:41:43 PM kazokuhouou
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', Clay Puppington practically lives by shifting blame. In one episode, he teaches Orel the same (thankfully, Orel didn't keep that lesson for long). Orel counsels Principal Fakey to do the same, regarding Fakey's infidelity. This extends to claiming he's been faithful and accusing his wife of cheating on him and giving him gonorrhea, while he's having sex with the woman who gave the disease, as she tells him it's not that bad. He then states there's no decency in the world and goes home from school to throw her out. With his pants around his ankles the whole way.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MoralOrel'', Clay Puppington practically lives by shifting blame. In one episode, he teaches Orel the same (thankfully, Orel didn't keep that lesson for long). Orel counsels Principal Fakey to do the same, regarding Fakey's infidelity. This extends to claiming he's been faithful and accusing his wife of cheating on him and giving him gonorrhea, while he's having sex with the woman who gave the disease, as she tells him it's not that bad. He then states there's no decency in the world and goes home from school to throw her out. With his pants around his ankles the whole way. Clay's penchant for this trope goes so far that he blames Orel when [[spoiler: Clay ''shot him'' in a drunken state. It's hard to say which is worse, the victim blaming, or that the only time he admitted to shooting Orel, he claimed to be ''glad'' about it.]]
1st Feb '16 5:34:19 PM MyFinalEdits
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What's so hard about indenting properly?
* In the first ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' film, Alex chews out Marty for getting them transferred from New York to Africa, which Marty responds with by saying that he doesn't know how this was his fault. But near the end of the movie, after Alex turns feral and runs away, Marty realizes that his [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor wish to be in the wild]] cost them their friend.
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'': ** In the first ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' film, Alex chews out Marty for getting them transferred from New York to Africa, which Marty responds with by saying that he doesn't know how this was his fault. But near the end of the movie, after Alex turns feral and runs away, Marty realizes that his [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor wish to be in the wild]] cost them their friend.
1st Feb '16 5:25:28 PM Manny20444
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'':
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'':''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'': Spider-Man/Peter Parker has his fair share (this being a Spider-Man cartoon and all)
25th Jan '16 7:50:25 AM Wildstar93
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* In the first ''WesternAnimation/{{Madagascar}}'' film, Alex chews out Marty for getting them transferred from New York to Africa, which Marty responds with by saying that he doesn't know how this was his fault. But near the end of the movie, after Alex turns feral and runs away, Marty realizes that his [[BeCarefulWhatYouWishFor wish to be in the wild]] cost them their friend. ** It's averted near the end of ''Europe's Most Wanted'', where Marty admits that them going to Madagascar was his fault in the first place. The others, however, [[HeartwarmingMoments tell him that him leaving the zoo was the best thing to ever happen to them]].
23rd Jan '16 11:01:56 AM Silverblade2
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* Almost every single reality based competitive show will have this when teamwork is involved. If a team loses, everyone is quick to blame each other and not themselves.
20th Jan '16 4:01:38 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''ComicStrip/BloomCounty''; In 1988, the Meadow Party nominated Bill the Cat - likely the most unelectable candidate in history - for President. Naturally, he lost, and his campaign manager, Milo blamed everyone and everything but the obvious: -->'''Milo:''' Our organization was underfinanced! [[note]]''And''' the guys financing it included TheCartel.[[/note]] -->'''[[StraightMan Opus]]''' ''(Turning to the reader)'' Two weeks later, and fingers are still pointing. -->'''Milo:''' Our volunteers were unmotivated![[note]]More like nonexistent.[[/note]] Our ads were late![[note]]And they slandered the other candidates.[[/note]] Our literature was weak![[note]]It did more harm than good, with lame excuses to what Bill did.[[/note]] -->'''Opus:''' [[CaptainObvious Our candidate barfed a hairball on Connie Chung.]] -->'''Milo:''' ''[[ObligatoryJoke It's the media's fault!]]''
11th Jan '16 1:52:55 AM Nintendoman01
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* ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'': In the episode "Game Over," when Dee Dee repeatedly beats Dexter at video games and Dexter snaps and angrily declares that he doesn't want to play games with her anymore, Dee Dee angrily calls him a SoreLoser and storms off, not taking into consideration that the ''entire reason'' Dexter snapped at her like that is because [[UnsportsmanlikeGloating every time she beat him at a game, she relentlessly rubbed it in his face]].

'''Blossom:''' Wrong! You're a bad cop gone worse!
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'''Blossom:''' Wrong! You're not a good cop gone bad. You're a bad cop gone worse!''worse''!

** The exact same thing happens with Michelangelo in a season two episode where he intentionally exposes himself to mutagen to make himself cool, even ignoring the warning labels on the can and his own common sense from experience. The end result has his mutation going out of control so much it nearly kills him, and continues to blame the others for not warning him of its effects, even after Donatello points out that there were indeed warnings on the can.
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** The exact same thing happens with Michelangelo in a season two episode where he intentionally exposes himself to mutagen to make himself cool, even ignoring the warning labels on the can and his own common sense from experience. The end result has his mutation *mutation going out of control so much it nearly kills him, and continues to blame the others for not warning him of its effects, even after Donatello points out that there were indeed warnings on the can.
7th Jan '16 10:50:39 PM MHarrington
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** Numbuh Five's rival, Heinrich, constantly does this whenever something bad happens to him through his own mistakes. Such as in his first episode where he locates a headpiece but is warned by Numbuh Five that any candy he eats will taste like asparagus if he's greedy. He doesn't believe her, puts on the headpiece, turns into a candy monster (just roll with it) and... the curse goes into effect. To which of course he blames Numbuh Five. When he got turned into a chocolate monster while trying to make real live chocolate bunnies. Nope, not his own actions, it's Numbuh Five's fault. But the real kicker is his last appearance where we learn of the "Guatemala Incident" he keeps sprouting on about. [[spoiler:He was actually a girl that got turned into a boy due to a curse that took the best attributes a person cared about (in his-er her case, her beauty) and turned them into caramel. He nearly ate all of them and thought he was stuck like that, thus blaming Numbuh Five for "abandoning" her. Uh... yeah. It's a good thing this brat still has Numbuh Five as a friend after all of this.]]
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** Numbuh Five's rival, Heinrich, constantly does this whenever something bad happens to him through his own mistakes. Such as in his first episode where he locates a headpiece but is warned by Numbuh Five that any candy he eats will taste like asparagus if he's greedy. He doesn't believe her, puts on the headpiece, turns into a candy monster (just roll with it) and... the curse goes into effect. To which of course he blames Numbuh Five. When he got turned into a chocolate monster while trying to make real live chocolate bunnies. Nope, not his own actions, it's Numbuh Five's fault. But the real kicker is his last appearance where we learn of the "Guatemala Incident" he keeps sprouting on about. [[spoiler:He was actually a girl that got turned into a boy due to a curse that took the best attributes a person cared about (in his-er her his-er, ''her'' case, her beauty) and turned them into caramel. He nearly ate all of them and thought he was stuck like that, thus blaming Numbuh Five for "abandoning" her. Uh... yeah. [[WithFriendsLikeThese It's a good thing this brat still has Numbuh Five as a friend after all of this.]]]]]]
7th Jan '16 10:45:10 PM MHarrington
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** One episode has a fat cop who did nothing but sit around and eat donuts get fired for that very reason. He then believes he was fired because the Powerpuff Girls are cleaning up all the crime in the city and making the police obsolete, rather than think it is because he was lazy and didn't do any work.
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** One episode has a fat cop who did nothing but sit around and eat donuts get fired for that very reason. He then believes he was fired because the Powerpuff Girls are cleaning up all the crime in the city and making the police obsolete, rather than think it is because he was lazy and didn't do any work. He then tries to ''murder'' the Girls for all of this. Luckily, the police arrive just in time to save them and arrest the traitorous cop. -->'''Fat cop:''' ''(about to be taken away)'' This is just another story of a good cop gone bad.\\ '''Blossom:''' Wrong! You're a bad cop gone worse!
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