This Is A Cruise Ship Location, Because Of It's Quaint Little Fishing Village/Downtown Shops/Mall Location. It Has A Free Bus Service Called “HELE-ON”That Goes Around The Island For $1. I Live On A Stipend From The V.A. Non-service related industrial accident. That Covers The Rent And Storage For A Few Hundred Oil/Canvas Images Created During The First Ten Years of This Century. The World Is At War, And The Hardest Recession Since The Depression, Leaves Little Butter On The Table. So, In My Community I Had 3 Shows In The Last 3 Years, Successfully. People Love And Respect Me............Too Much. I Love My Home.....Hawaii     I Was Truly Honored By an Invitation To A Gathering Of Hawaiian Artists, Sponsored By A Native Hawaiian Gallery. My Imagery Is Colorful, And Original. I Believe The First Communication That Traversed All Cultures, Races, Creeds , Of Men Understood What Was Drawn 60,000 Years Ago On Those Cave Walls.....................With Coal, Blood, And Feces. Understanding This, You Are Welcome To View My Cave Paintings. GOOGLE: Thomas John Taylor or or I Want,“A 1 MAN SHOW IN NYC” Blah Blah Blah Or I'll Do A Colonic All Over You...........Boo Hoo......Boo Hoo........ Now What Are You Going Too Do? Don't Do The Doo Doo

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Comment by Mercado on March 13, 2012 at 1:36am

After 5 Mins :30 secs   looking at your works I just can take it anymore  in fact if you foward the video to that time you'll understand what I mean

Comment by Mercado on March 13, 2012 at 1:23am

Hey my hero I would like to give you an invite  to the Continent of Puerto Rico, so when you take  some time off from your sweaty Cave Painting let me know,,,,   <----- Copy and paste the link or click,,,,,,,This is how I feel when I look at your art


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