TATTOO DESIGNS



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Donga

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On Jun 25, 6:06 pm, [email protected] wrote:
> Huge collection of tattoos, find your favorite tattoos in this tattoos
> gallery, many models of tattoos are shown here. You can find any
> models of tattoos here.
>
> http://tattoohouse.blogspot.com/


I already got a tatt on my calf from my chainring. That's enough.

Donga
 
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Michael Press

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<[email protected]>
,
Donga <[email protected]> wrote:

> On Jun 25, 6:06 pm, [email protected] wrote:
> > Huge collection of tattoos, find your favorite tattoos in this tattoos
> > gallery, many models of tattoos are shown here. You can find any
> > models of tattoos here.
> >
> > http://tattoohouse.blogspot.com/

>
> I already got a tatt on my calf from my chainring. That's enough.


People in their teens and twenties have always done
things while ignoring or being ignorant of
consequences. I did. This I understand. But how does a
young person ignore the knowledge that that dotted line
they tattooed on their neck with the legend "Cut along
dotted line." is going to be there for the rest of
their, however long, ill-considered life. I am boggled.

--
Michael Press
 
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A Muzi

Guest
>> On Jun 25, 6:06 pm, [email protected] wrote:
>>> Huge collection of tattoos, find your favorite tattoos in this tattoos
>>> gallery, many models of tattoos are shown here. You can find any
>>> models of tattoos here.
>>> http://tattoohouse.blogspot.com/


> Donga <[email protected]> wrote:
>> I already got a tatt on my calf from my chainring. That's enough.


Michael Press wrote:
> People in their teens and twenties have always done
> things while ignoring or being ignorant of
> consequences. I did. This I understand. But how does a
> young person ignore the knowledge that that dotted line
> they tattooed on their neck with the legend "Cut along
> dotted line." is going to be there for the rest of
> their, however long, ill-considered life. I am boggled.


Like this?
http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364

--
Andrew Muzi
www.yellowjersey.org
Open every day since 1 April, 1971
 
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Bill Sornson

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A Muzi wrote:
>>> On Jun 25, 6:06 pm, [email protected] wrote:
>>>> Huge collection of tattoos, find your favorite tattoos in this
>>>> tattoos gallery, many models of tattoos are shown here. You can
>>>> find any models of tattoos here.
>>>> http://tattoohouse.blogspot.com/

>
>> Donga <[email protected]> wrote:
>>> I already got a tatt on my calf from my chainring. That's enough.

>
> Michael Press wrote:
>> People in their teens and twenties have always done
>> things while ignoring or being ignorant of
>> consequences. I did. This I understand. But how does a
>> young person ignore the knowledge that that dotted line
>> they tattooed on their neck with the legend "Cut along
>> dotted line." is going to be there for the rest of
>> their, however long, ill-considered life. I am boggled.

>
> Like this?
> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364


Only job interviews as...a jihadist?
 
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Jay Hill

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Bill Sornson wrote:
>> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364

>
> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?


No, jihadists don't have tattoos. He's an American terrorist, like
Timothy McVeigh, so Bush now has to invade and occupy America.
 
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DI

Guest
"Jay Hill" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Bill Sornson wrote:
>>> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364

>>
>> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?

>
> No, jihadists don't have tattoos. He's an American terrorist, like
> Timothy McVeigh, so Bush now has to invade and occupy America.


I knew it would be Bush's fault. But America's already occupied by a
Socialist Party called Democrats.
 
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Johnny Sunset

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On Jun 26, 6:43 am, "DI" wrote:
> "Jay Hill" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>
> news:[email protected]
>
> > Bill Sornson wrote:
> >>>http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364

>
> >> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?

>
> > No, jihadists don't have tattoos. He's an American terrorist, like
> > Timothy McVeigh, so Bush now has to invade and occupy America.

>
> I knew it would be Bush's fault. But America's already occupied by a
> Socialist Party called Democrats.


If you think the Democrats in the US are socialist, you need to stop
believing pundits who are paid shills for the 0.1%.

--
Tom Sherman - Holstein-Friesland Bovinia
Rationality, as the primary cognitive system for comprehending our
world, has been rejected in favor of unyielding dogmatic belief. -
David Michael Green
 
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William Graham

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"Dave Hazelwood" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 03:33:46 GMT, m II <[email protected]> wrote:
>
>>Bill Sornson wrote:
>>
>>>> Like this?
>>>> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364
>>>
>>> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?

>>
>>
>>Islam frowns on tattoos. Tattoos deface the body, which they consider as
>>God's creation.

>
> Don't you ? I do.


But those who get tattoos think they are improving on plain old
uninteresting skin by decorating it. And who can say that they are wrong?
 
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Dave Hazelwood

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On Tue, 26 Jun 2007 21:30:14 -0700, "William Graham"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>
>"Dave Hazelwood" <[email protected]> wrote in message
>news:[email protected]
>> On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 03:33:46 GMT, m II <[email protected]> wrote:
>>
>>>Bill Sornson wrote:
>>>
>>>>> Like this?
>>>>> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364
>>>>
>>>> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?
>>>
>>>
>>>Islam frowns on tattoos. Tattoos deface the body, which they consider as
>>>God's creation.

>>
>> Don't you ? I do.

>
>But those who get tattoos think they are improving on plain old
>uninteresting skin by decorating it. And who can say that they are wrong?
>


Anybody
 
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William Graham

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"m II" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]
> Dave Hazelwood wrote:
>
>>> But those who get tattoos think they are improving on plain old
>>> uninteresting skin by decorating it. And who can say that they are
>>> wrong?

>>
>> Anybody

>
> After dwelling on this for a bit, I'd have to agree. There's no pretense
> of art here...or of intelligence.
>
> http://www.crimerant.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/curtis.jpg
>

Well, "wrong" is up for interpretation....There is moral wrong, and legal
wrong, and the wrong of personal taste. What someone else does to their skin
is of no concern of mine, so I could care less. Just because I wouldn't do
it to my skin however, does not make it "wrong".
 
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m II

Guest
William Graham wrote:

> Well, "wrong" is up for interpretation....There is moral wrong, and legal
> wrong, and the wrong of personal taste. What someone else does to their skin
> is of no concern of mine, so I could care less. Just because I wouldn't do
> it to my skin however, does not make it "wrong".
>


True, but there is a cultural aspect to these things. What is perfectly
normal and desirable in one culture may well be repulsive and disgusting
in another.

Pardon me..I have to run. The dog we hung for supper is ready for the
barbeque. Yumm...




mike
 
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Bill Sornson

Guest
m II wrote:
> Bill Sornson wrote:
>
>>> Like this?
>>> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364

>>
>> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?

>
>
> Islam frowns on tattoos. Tattoos deface the body, which they consider
> as God's creation.


Sigh. It was a joke about COVERING UP tattoos.

Sigh.
 
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Howard Brazee

Guest
On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 04:37:30 GMT, Dave Hazelwood
<[email protected]> wrote:

>>But those who get tattoos think they are improving on plain old
>>uninteresting skin by decorating it. And who can say that they are wrong?
>>

>
>Anybody


I find tattoos and piercings to be ugly turn-offs. But that doesn't
make me right, only bigoted.
 
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Dave Hazelwood

Guest
On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 12:00:50 GMT, Howard Brazee <[email protected]>
wrote:

>On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 04:37:30 GMT, Dave Hazelwood
><[email protected]> wrote:
>
>>>But those who get tattoos think they are improving on plain old
>>>uninteresting skin by decorating it. And who can say that they are wrong?
>>>

>>
>>Anybody

>
>I find tattoos and piercings to be ugly turn-offs. But that doesn't
>make me right, only bigoted.



yeah. to me its mutilation of ones own body.

a form of self flagellation if you will.

i imagine whisper to be covered from head to toe.
 
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Clue Giver

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On Wed, 27 Jun 2007 01:49:24 -0700, Bill Sornson wrote:

> m II wrote:
>> Bill Sornson wrote:
>>
>>>> Like this?
>>>> http://www.crimerant.com/?p=364
>>>
>>> Only job interviews as...a jihadist?

>>
>>
>> Islam frowns on tattoos. Tattoos deface the body, which they consider
>> as God's creation.

>
> Sigh. It was a joke about COVERING UP tattoos.
>
> Sigh.


In general, to qualify as a joke something has to be funny to more than one
person.