doglover: ongbok: Back in the late 90's there was this "celebrity" tattoo artist in Chicago. He would do a night each month at this club where he would do free tattoos of his logo to anybody that wanted one. There would be a line a mile long of idiots lining up to get this guy's logo tattooed on them. Never could understand that. I always wondered if he had a partnership with a tattoo removal specialist because you after a few days when those people realize what they had done, the regret had to start setting in, and he could point them to his guy to get it removed.People don't regret tattoos nearly as much as you'd think.
serpent_sky: doglover: I understand enough Japanese and Japanese culture to deal with that.It's the first part that's prevented me.Apologies - I didn't know that. :)I dated someone who was from Japan and he LOVED reading "Japanese" tattoos.
serpent_sky: random impulse tattoos
DrPainMD: That totally sux. I won't listen to them anymore. I stick with listening to Rage Against the Machine (RATM, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of RATM Industries. For more information or licensing applications, write to RATM Holding Company).
TomD9938: FTA :Bob Dylan didn't have social and political issues on his mind, not tattoos, when he released his folk anthem "The Times They Are A-Changin' " 50 years ago last month. But for fans of the mighty San Diego rock band Rocket From The Crypt (RFTC), the times are surely a-changin', even if their tattoos are not.What an absolute mess.
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