I am sharing my submission for this year's Dali Krab Day with the Electronic Cottage community, in the hope that perhaps one or some of you might get motivated to participate in this festival as well. The celebration has been hosted by Mr. Justynn Tyme for many years. This event is for artists of all sorts: verbal, visual, audio, culinary, tactile, etc. And although I have participated in this event on several occasions, I do not feel qualified to properly explain it myself, so I offer this link to any and all who might be inspired by the bizarre, the crab, the Dada, the Dali, etc.:
Dali Krab Website
My little film, entitled "Crab 'Em By The Legs," is merely a Goff concept and should not be regarded as a template for anyone else's submission to the Dali Krab gallery. You will find a wide variety of material posted at the Dali Krab website. It is my sincere belief that individuals who knock on the doors of the Electronic Cottage are particularly suited to partake of the Dali Krab Day festival.
A Description Of My Film:
Salvador Dada hosts a program to help seafarers harvest their sunken shellfish. Although now an obstainer, Uncle Rugs once was a crab consumer, and he can verify the validity of the Dali Dances enacted here. I am uncertain there is any genetic relationship between Uncle Rugs and Uncle Wang. This film is not recommended for squeamish sailors nor for virtuous vegans. This film is not for retail nor wholesale consumption.
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I am one of the several alter-egos of Charles Rice Goff III. I am best known as a radio host, although I have had some of my reviews published here and there over the years, and have even been involved in occasional recording projects.