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If you saw these tattoos how would you react?

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    both common sense and forum rules prevent me from voicing my opinion in public .
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    Quote Originally Posted by 64zebra View Post
    get a rope

    well, actually get an SOS pad then get the rope
    Nah, use a porkchop rather than an SOS pad.

    And instead of a rope, I think I know enough people who would just insure that he came up with a very bad case of concrete poisening.
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    I guess some of you have never heard of free speech?




    Hahaha! Just kidding!

    Do you think "amateur amputation" would be an effective way to remove a tattoo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Holliday View Post
    Do you think "amateur amputation" would be an effective way to remove a tattoo?
    With a grinder perhaps?
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    No comment; but there's a guy sitting next to me who's saying that he'd wait til the moron got off work and closed the shop, and he'd bash in his skull in the alley, carve the tattoo off him, and lay it bloody on his corpse for the cops to find and the reporters to report about.

    You know, he says, what any reasonable person would do.

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    Tattoos make it a lot easier to identify a threat. Most want to get a response about their tat that makes them feel better about them self. I definately would keep an eye on someone with a tat like that and be prepare to act if the need arises.

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    Well,in some places that would be 9 or x ring...,but thats just my reaction

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    Have they ever seen deliverance?
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    I suspect I'd thank him for being a major part of my last day outside of prison.

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    If I knew in advance that I would meet him, I would wear my "Infidel" T-shirt.

    Probably wouldn't interact with him unless he forced it. I don't like hanging with idiots.
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    I would have my .45 at the ready and then laugh uncontrollably?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulG View Post
    If I knew in advance that I would meet him, I would wear my "Infidel" T-shirt.
    I need one of those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ Carr View Post
    Have chatted about this with my partners in the ambulance. Hope we never have to run somebody with tat's like those, cuz it could be very interesting since our job is to help everybody without doing any harm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Protect View Post
    I need one of those.
    +1 I need an infidel shirt, hah. I personally am heavily tattooed(was at the shop today,actually),and I am also tend to be the center of attention. That being said: I disagree with somebody aforementioning that tattoos are for attention. I was taken aback and how many people stop me or ask me about my ink. I didn't expect that AT ALL. Maybe thats just me?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghettokracker71 View Post
    +1 I need an infidel shirt, hah. I personally am heavily tattooed(was at the shop today,actually),and I am also tend to be the center of attention. That being said: I disagree with somebody aforementioning that tattoos are for attention. I was taken aback and how many people stop me or ask me about my ink. I didn't expect that AT ALL. Maybe thats just me?
    Depends on what your tattoos are of. Most people don't seem to bat an eye at Tribal art (armbands, bracelets, etc..) anymore as that was apparently "the" thing to get tattooed on yourself for awhile (no, I don't have any tribal art). A lot also depends on how visible your artwork is.. only one of my tattoos is fully visible the way I normally dress. I've got a second one that sometimes peeks out a bit from under the sleeve on a short sleeved shirt. If you've got something unique or interesting, you'll probably get more looks/questions then someone who has a 'ordinary' tattoo...

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