I am the last person to complain about being ticked off for something I’ve done wrong. I can take criticism (on a professional level, I’m not so great at personal stuff!!!) when I have done something wrong. I can also accept criticism aimed at the company for which I work, when it comes from a customer who sees me as a representative of that company, regardless of who’s mistake it actually was. But when a colleague calls me and gives me grief about somebody else’s mistake, when he knows very well who’s mistake it was, that is just not on. This is a member of our management team who knows very well who’s who and who did what. What was I supposed to say to him? I ended up apologising! For somebody else’s screw-up, about which I knew nothing prior to this phone call, to somebody I am not answerable to anyway! I am pretty pee’d off, I can tell you. I’ll stop ranting now, I’ve probably over-reacted anyway. Bah!