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Re: Tatoos, not the hosta

In a message dated 12/9/1999 7:59:44 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
trueblue@micron.net writes:

<< Well, I already have one on my right ankle (a Tree of Life), so it would
 go on my other ankle. No, I wouldn't put it somewhere that would
 be..ummmmm...dubious. :) >>

Now I have had a brainstorm... let's hire a tatoo artist to set up a booth at 
Hosta College or Y2K Convention and we can all get them together!! We may get 
some resistance on this, but hey, this is a group that ultimately represents 
personal freedom no? If this doesn't go over, I might ask a friend who seems 
to have a new tattoo every year or two which local artist is worth the money. 
I do agree with a previous post that if I do get one, I want quality work.

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