The Smug Twitter “Fail Whale”.

I think most of us these days are pretty familliar with seeing this:

I’ve cropped that picture.
Friendly as that Whale looks,
It’s actually a smug bastard who works for Twitter and usually appears along with this message:

I hate that stupid Whale and its “I don’t give a fuck” Whale face.

I hate the way it pulls me down and doesn’t let me use my 140 characters on Twitter to write my sharp as fuck and hilarious microblog.
It pulls us all down really…

I think we should do something about it fellow Twits!
Lets put an end to this stupid Moby Dickhead!

Here’s what I think we should do:

WE turn the tables on this poor mans Monstro and pull IT down:

We give it a second blow hole using our old friend The Harpoon:

I don’t know where we should go from there but what about sushi?:

Basically all I’m saying is this:

I hate this annoying Shamu imposter and I think it’s time that it slept with the fishes.

Let’s take this Mother down.
Let’s take it all the way down to Chinatown.

For more inane rubbish,
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“The Baby” (1973).

Today’s freakshow obscure forgotten horror film is “The Baby”.

Made in 1973, It’s camper than 7 pink tents but still creepy as all hell.

From the back of the DVD:

“Ann Gentry is a social worker that has dealt with some of the toughest,
Most bizarre cases.
She thought she’d seen it all…Until Now.
Arriving at the house of her new client,
She makes a shocking discovery:
A full-grown man dressed and treated as if he were still an infant!
In fact, The entire dysfunctional family seems demented –
And Ann becomes determined to save ‘The Baby’.

On the front of the DVD it reads:
“Horror is his formula”.


That, and the campness aside,
It’s actually a very good film with a nothing short of shocking ending that I guarantee you will not see coming.

I caught this film for the first time in the 80’s when I happened to turn the TV on after midnight.

Too young.
I remember standing in front of the TV freaking out as I watched this scene:

Seems to only be available from the U. S. of A. for the time being but it’s worth tracking down.

The IMDB Page is HERE.

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