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Old 03-22-2020, 08:22 AM   #1
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Old 03-22-2020, 09:29 AM   #2
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Many of the young people in this outdoor water activity video have a lot of tattoos on arms and neck. In everyday life, as soon as I happen to be in close proximity to someone with tattoos like that, say a cashier at a store, it always sets off my internal on-guard alarm warning.

Will go take a look at the US-military rules on tattoos and get back here:
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Old 03-22-2020, 10:09 AM   #3
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Many of the young people in this outdoor water activity video have a lot of tattoos on arms and neck. In everyday life, as soon as I happen to be in close proximity to someone with tattoos like that, say a cashier at a store, it always sets off my internal on-guard alarm warning.

Will go take a look at the US-military rules on tattoos and get back here:
I had to quote that (before you change it) ....... you completly failed to warn folks of people with body piercings. Thats where they spray you with the virus. Just because you don't see it does not mean they are not doing it. So I supose if your unlucky and get the virus and your doctor has tattoos you won't be seeking medical advice.


Talk about breeding fear. Do you eat chinese food.

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Don't bother there is enough hate in the world already.

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@ Biggd sorry to see your video get hijacked allbeit probably considered risky at the moment released in 2018 long before this.
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talk about breeding fear. Do you eat chinese food.
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Ok, so why do people especially young people like in the above water activity video go and get themselves all tattooed on their arms and neck like that?

To me it seems to be self-destructive.

One small tattoo for a personal remembrance is reasonable, but to get a lot of black ink all over your arms and neck like that is just stupid.

When I grew up, born in 1951-Boston area, tattoos were associated with criminals and drug addicts.
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Don't worry about it fatlazyless ......... in your mind I'm sure your all good.
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Ok, so why do people especially young people like in the above water activity video go and get themselves all tattooed on their arms and neck like that?

To me it seems to be self-destructive.

One small tattoo for a personal remembrance is reasonable, but to get a lot of black ink all over your arms and neck like that is just stupid.

When I grew up, born in 1951-Boston area, tattoos were associated with criminals and drug addicts.
We also had segregated schools when you were born, so I'm not sure you should be using that as the zenith of morality.

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Ok, so why do people especially young people like in the above water activity video go and get themselves all tattooed on their arms and neck like that?

To me it seems to be self-destructive.

One small tattoo for a personal remembrance is reasonable, but to get a lot of black ink all over your arms and neck like that is just stupid.

When I grew up, born in 1951-Boston area, tattoos were associated with criminals and drug addicts.
Donít forget military (sailors got tattoos when they hit ports of call) and bikers always had tattoos...nowadays (and for the last 20 years) tats have become a fad for the millennials and yes, druggies. It always irks me to see these jerks covered in tats head to toe (tats are expensive!) and then stealing from family and friends to fund their next fix...
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Different strokes for different folks. Donít understand it myself but, Iím not the one wearing them so none of my business.


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FLL must practice social distancing every June during bike week.

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even when only one person knew it was a pandemic before they called it a pandemic, it only became one for approx. 43% of the population this past week. soon to be known as the ostrich party.
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