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A tattoo artist, jeweler, registered slave, piercer, and ...(4 posts)

A tattoo artist, jeweler, registered slave, piercer, and ...dr hoo
Dec 31, 2003 5:55 AM
... sociology professor walk into a bar.

No punch line, but simply a caution. Be very careful when drinking with those in the body modification industry.
Perchance, did your body end up getting...uhh...modified? (nm)Dale Brigham
Dec 31, 2003 6:47 AM
Alcohol and body mods don't mix.dr hoo
Dec 31, 2003 8:45 AM
Or aspirin for that matter. Thins the blood, and no reputable tattooist/piercer would touch someone who had been drinking.

The danger was how MUCH they drank, and the bar chosen. The bar pours a stuff drink, into mason jars. A double would be a glass of booze with a splash of mixer.

An interesting time was had by all.
Interestingly,....eyebob
Dec 31, 2003 11:02 AM
while discussing Marcus Cicero's "The Six Mistakes of Man" the one whom we'll call "Dr. H" admitted to his long held belief in the healing power of the tribal art symbol that he had had tatooed on his left scapula years ago which cause a nearby clergyman to renounce his personal god, shave his head there and then and run into the street dancing and singing wildly. There are but a few things that I can still say that I believe in to be absolute truths he said....and prime among them is the mistake that men make in attempting to compel others to believe and live as they do. Pure folly.

Gulp, gulp, gulp...

BT