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FAIL BLOG! The greatest blog since the Sliced Bread Blog. by COOP

Posted on March 4th, 2009
Posted on March 4th, 2009


In between the Oscars and the “Watchmen” premiere, it’s been a slow couple of news weeks around here. So until my big “Watchmen” review comes out on Friday, here’s something entertaining to tide you until then.

Fail Blog reminds me of Jay Leno’s “funniest headlines” bit only this one includes pictures and videos as well. Plus it manages to include occasional offensive stuff that Jay can’t touch with a ten-foot pole. The concept is that humans are not perfect and this blog aims to point out just how imperfect we can be due to incompetence, ignorance or plain-old meanness. It showcases massive screw ups and posts them for all to laugh at. Some are mildly amusing. Others knock you out of your seat in fits of laughter. Some are obvious attempts to make someone else look bad through an act of sabotage, which despite the hilarious results, could really get someone in trouble… but it’s cool as long as it’s not you, right?

Occasionally on the site, you’ll encounter a “WIN.” That’s when someone takes it upon themselves to fix a screw up or to point out something utterly ridiculous (often by use of graffiti/vandalism).

This is a site where you can waste hours and hours of time cackling like a fool and having everybody nearby wondering what the hell you’re doing. Don’t look at this site at work. You won’t be able to hold back the laughter and you’ll get yourself busted.

Be ready for “Watchmen” on Friday and until then, avoid any opportunity to perform an “EPIC FAIL” on Fail Blog.

-Coop

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Trailer for the award-winning short PRISMA…


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Morgan Freeman asks Coop a question at THE BEST DAY premiere! Video below…


My short film THE BEST DAY premiered in October 2011 at the Delta Cinema in Clarksdale, Mississippi.

Little did I know I had a special guest in the audience who was about to ask me a question during the Q&A. Yep, I got a little flustered when I saw who it was.

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