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http://www.annalsofepidemiology.org/article/S1047-2797(11)00287-0/abstract?cc=y  This is dated October 3, 2011 and gives the following Results: A total of 14.5% of respondents had ever been tattooed, and 2.4% of respondents had been tattooed in the year before the interview. Men were more likely than women to report a tattoo, but the highest rates of tattooing were found among women in their 20s (29.4%). Men and women ages 20–39 were most likely to have been tattooed, as...
Oh ... so now tattoo is now a code for "black". What is it with bigots and throwing race around?  Are you that insecure about yourself that this is the only way you feel you can make a point?  Are you that shallow, that incompetent, that untalented that the ONLY WAY you can make an issue work for you, is to throw down a card that says "I am special - you cannot argue with me"?     Sorry - it shows you for what you are.  A bigot.   If you haven't figured it out yet, we...
 Yes, I AM judging.You see, when I hire someone, I am putting MY NECK on the line. That person I hire will represent me, represent my judgment, my company, my ability to make decisions, my integrity and my future.You made the decision to identify yourself as a common thug, as a drug user, a criminal, a gang member. This was your decision, not mine. Whether you are one, or aren't - that's not the issue. You opted to identify yourself as a parasite - and that is exactly...
Don't read words into what I wrote - and I'll return the favor, ok? If you want to see hordes of tattoos, visit a homeless shelter, or maybe a drug rehab, maybe volunteer to feed the poor or help out at a half-way house where felons are re-associated with society. You will see gobs of really "meaningful" tattoos. Visit a biker bar - oh, there are stories to go with those tattoos. Lived outside Sturgis, so I have seen my share. You see lots of tattoos among the gangs,...
Sure you say that now .... but in a few years those "uber cool" tats you are sporting will look embarrassing every time you take your shirt off. You will tire of hiding them, and ashamed when people say "oh ... I didn't know you had tats". Doctors all over the world hear that same sad song, every single day. That's why the Laser Tattoo Removal business is bigger than the tattoo business. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/hilary-kramer/tattoo-removal-a-bigger-b_b_474675.html
You may have heard of Laser Tattoo Removal? It's quite the booming business. You can pay a no-talent chump $50 to stick you for an hour; then you can pay a Medical Doctor several thousand dollars and undergo months of laser burns to have it removed. Why do you suppose people do this? Hmmm, any clues? Perhaps they developed some self-respect? Perhaps they realized that the tattoo they got, identifies them as a type of person they no longer want to be associated with? ...
Intelligent people judge. And I'm sure you do to. If you see a group of people in an alley all bearing tattoos, do you go down that alley, or do you avoid it? In my area - you go out of your way to avoid it, because you are entering an dangerous neighborhood. Is that judgmental? You bet it is - it's also how I have managed not to be mugged, beaten and robbed. Tattoos are often used as gang symbols, they are recognition symbols for prisons, drug cartels and are...
 Since you brought up the church - have you heard of Lev. 19:28?Just seems pertinent, if being a respected member of the community and church is important.
ugh ... Hair loss and tattoo removal ... you actually are comparing those two items? Gee, are tattoos a genetic trait? Life is hard, it's even harder if you are stupid. If you want to desecrate your body with "art" that will look like grease stains in a few years, that is indeed your "problem". You can spend $50 getting a butterfly that will look like a moth in just a few years ... then you can spend $500 and a great deal of pain paying a surgeon with a laser to burn...
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