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Who is this Button for?

The shamed and the ashamed.

Ultra-losers in the Name, Blame & Shame Game.[1]

The rest of us.[2]

Provocative Suggestions

Eyes down now!

Always walk with a slight stoop.

Admit nothing, deny everything, make counter-accusations. [3]


Dogs have boundless enthusiasm but no sense of shame. I should have a dog as a life coach.

(Moby - musician)

Whatever is begun in anger ends in shame.

(Benjamin Franklin)

Tell the truth and shame the devil.

(Francois Rabelais)

Something to consider

It's never too late to learn from our mistakes - even our worst mistakes.



  1. Naming and shaming used to be food and drink to the press, radio and television but they have been usurped by Twitter, Facebook and other social media. For the first and excellent analysis of this cruel and very 21st century phenomenon, the book to read is Jon Ronson’s So you’ve been publicly shamed (Picador, 2015)
  2. Everyone, with the possible exception of sociopaths, feels shame at times. 'The only shame is to have none.' (Blaise Pascal)
  3. Roger J. Stone Jr.