Probably Bad News: Definitely bad grammar
So it comes as no surprise that there's a blog devoted to this pursuit, Probably Bad News.
However, there's an inescapable irony in mocking poorly written headlines when one's own masthead contains a grammatical error.
That's right, kids, "fails" is a verb, not a noun. Yeah, dude, I know it's all, like, hip and trendy to say "fail" when you really mean "failure," but isn't standard English and probably never will be, because it makes the language more confusing and not less. There's also no earthly reason to capitalize the F in "Fails" on this masthead, since the subhead is clearly intended to be in sentence case. That's two blunders on one word. Then there's "Established MMDCCLXII." In case you were interested, the Roman numeral works out to 2762, which is either a bad joke or a heinous error—take your pick.
Any fool can point out obvious mistakes in journalism, but it's a special kind of fool who fails (ha ha, I'm so clever) to correct his (or her) own mistakes in the process.