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Dec
08

Alabama Takes FAIL Up a Level


2597147The FAIL concept has swept across the internet, with iterations such as the Fail Blog, an epic amount of captioned photos, hell, even Slate has an article on it. Now, the University of Alabama Crimson Tide are using “Fail” to intimidate their future football opponents. To celebrate a noted Alabamean and class of ’49 alumni’s generous donation, the university will be officially renaming the visitor’s locker room “The Fail Room” after James M. Fail. Having served three years in the US Navy prior to attending the university, Fail works now in the financial field, serving as chairman of Stone Holdings, Inc, and Bluebonnet Savings Bank.

Now whenever opponents reach the stadium a sign will be awaiting them, putting the word FAIL right in their faces from the get-go. Well done Alabama. Sure your educational facilities are piss-poor at best, and you are generally ranked in the bottom 5 for all the states’ in quality of education, intelligence, etc, but at least, for one brief shining moment, you accomplished something glorious.


1 Response to “Alabama Takes FAIL Up a Level”


  1. 1 Bobby Boykin
    February 27, 2010 at 4:14 pm

    An amazing man, nobody in this world is as generous as he is. RIP- I love you


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