WESTHAMPTON, NY - the stranded whale that caught the attention of the world when it became stranded on a sandbar and brought together a group of rescuers desperate to help.
Listen when I made the decision to be the go to beached whale reviewer on the internet I thought it would be a whale here and there. If lucky, it would be one a month. Apparantly we're in a beached whale crises. The stupid things can't stop swimming onto land. Am I happy about it? Not really. I didn't plan on writing a beached whale blog on a Saturday when I'm cooking a meatlaof and watching the Army Navy game. But here I am. We've got a real peculiar case on this one as well.
The whale beached itself while alive, which makes me think it's a blind whale. They don't say if it's blind in the article but it swam straight into a sand bar so I hope it's eyes don't work. Some of you may be thinking it's not blind and the current must have pushed it onto the land. That's like thinking humans fall off cliffs all the time because the wind is strong.
Once beached it gets the attention of the town. They take care of it for three days but it grows helpless and sick until finally they have to murder it.
This whale did some great things. Beaching yoursef while alive is nice. Gives humans the ability to see an alive whale from all angles. It was the size of a school bus. That's awesome. If this thing didn't get sick and make us kill it then it may have been an A. A perfect beaching would be a whale floating up onto a summer beach for a couple hours, letting people check it out, causing a scene, then swimming back into the water. I think that's ideal. This whale was almost there.
You can't make us kill you though. Either come dead or leave alive.
Beached Whale Grade = C+
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