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DSCF0784This was originally published on- May 23, 2014 @ 2:14.

Did you hear the one when-
A dogfish came up to a fisherman. The fisherman looked over at his buddy- “Hey, get this. This fish is just coming straight up to me.”

“Wow- better get him” And right when he was going to pull him from the water the fish emitted a sound.

Gulls talk, deer talk- Hell why not – now fish talk. Go a head buddy what did you say.”

The dogfish looked up from the newly formed shallows of the river and whispered- “Hey Brother can you spare some air.”

Aquaculture’s dead.

Fish breathe oxygen in the water- it’s their air. And now it’s severely reduced.

(This original post was made around 12 Noon on Thursday afternoon- observed at the break of dawn between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. early Thursday morning.)

In the driving rain last night a crack of thunder erupted. As loud as the “boom” from a firework. And after I turned my face from the heavens I took my camera out. There at the base of the  Brooklyn Bridge I started to take pictures. Ones of the – cement? Ones of- fittings from the docks-? Where was the seaweed? Where did the sea lettuce disappear to?

It started a day or so ago when I noticed the tides were higher with the raising of Tin House on Peer 17.  Parts of the esplanade were getting flooded. SO something peculiar happened. Someone instructed further raising of the Tin House building. The tides were lowered, but the river had lost its shimmer.

Countless days of removal of the property without using a net around the peer to catch the hazardous material the construction workers let into the river resulted in gallons of worms and other human waste being emitted into the river.

The construction team really should netted the hazmat. I admit it would have looked like the Exxon Valdex event- but it would have avoided the slow death of the waterway. Now the seawall has been compromised. It was bad enough having fish eating tampons- but now with the lower tide- the hazmat has concentrated in a lower area of the seawall. And the plant life of the aquaculture has been stripped.


It’s been done. The Seaport Museum suffers too.

Maybe you can contact a senator. After all some state funding was used


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Previous art which seemed buried away-

“Summer Video Open Jam: an “open mike night for the moving image”allowing aspiring filmmakers to exhibit their work in a prominent Philadelphia gallery”- “Medical Animation” Vox Populi. Philadelphia, Pa -Summer 2012″




       -has now resurfaced.

 rtp   Now available for play and further development on ChallegePost!

Project now open only to personal circles of developers.


Many of the backgrounds in Blinky Comix are rendered in 3D before they are cartooned into. Shaders are more variable and be used in resolutions from print to web and broadcast.

Go forth and render unto…

Flash reprints or “Flashbacks” of previous issues of Blinky Comix in a proprietary format using Macromedia’s “Action” player- and was not available for all platforms.

Now, these early comix are available for all to see in the “Flash” format- as well as the first Blinky’s.

MySpace has made us all into natural Beachcombers- collecting pieces of music, words and photos. Mine is no exception.

If I have had a good meal or drink- the area warrants a picture.  Moreover if I feel tired a delight of sight or light is a true pick me up.

Modern beachcombers “follow the “drift lines” or “tide lines” on the beach and are interested in the (mostly natural) objects that the sea casts up. For these people, “beachcombing” is the … activity of looking for and finding various curiosities … all manner of things that have been lost or discarded by seagoing vessels will be collected by some beachcombers, as long as the items are either decorative or useful in some way to the collector.”

Mine are available here-Ningyo Hime

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The photos of Blinky Comix  now also appear at Facebook.
This should facilitate those of you who have a problem with the MySpace engine.

Featured Album available: Seaport- detailed pictures

jacketJust leaked- characters from a new worx.
Out of the studios of Blinky Comix-


A set of homages to games as experienced through the world of Blinky Comix.

The movie IS BACK!


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