Aug 14, 2011

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Aug 5, 2011

Blame someone else, always!

At work I overheard an event that took place between the airline supervisor and a passenger.

The setting is: The passenger is in the terminal some time after their flight had arrived at it's destination. They are upset and have already been passed on to the supervisor.

The supervisor had to explain that it is not the airlines fault that the passengers passport has been thrown away in the dumpster.

As the story goes - the passenger had placed their passport in a "trash bag" and then proceeded to forget their trash bag somewhere on the plane. The trash bag was subsequently discarded by the diligent crew.

Blame someone else. Always!
Whose fault is this?