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FailBlog posts cocky Chronicle's success

Posted By on April 30, 2010, 10:25 AM

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University of Utah's own Daily Chronicle was posted on FailBlog today. Something tells me this wasn't a mistake.---

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By the way, FailBlog, it would be nice if you created HTML anchors or individualized URLs for particular posts to your blog. It's a built-in feature of WordPress, which you are not using. That's such a... such a... what's the word I'm looking for?

Update 5:07 p.m.: Whoop, FailBlog fail! Submitter seems to have missed the facing page. In the words of Paul Harvey, here's "the rest of the story." In the words of City Weekly managing editor Josh Loftin, "Wow! I don't even use that word!"

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