Tattoos: Art or Self-Mutilation?

Discussion in 'Archive: The Senate Floor' started by Kessel Runner, Aug 6, 2002.

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  1. stevo Jedi Padawan

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    Aug 14, 2001
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    I like tattoos-- it seems like it adds something to you.

    I've never regretted them-- I have a sword on the back of my neck and a branch of lightning on my wrist.
  2. Darth Mulacki Jedi Master

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    Kessel Runner, so thats where I've seen it before, I couldn't remember at first.
    You said that you got in line for AOTC, could you explain this I'm actualy curious.


    -Mulacki
  3. Kessel Runner Manager Emeritus

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    I was one of the people who camped out for AOTC at the Chinese Theater in Hollywood. About 50 from the line for TPM got a group tattoo and so they did one for this movie too. It has to be a design from the film.
  4. Darth Mulacki Jedi Master

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    Oh okay, so do you also have one from TPM or what?.

    -Mulacki
  5. Wylding Jedi Master

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    How much did it cost?
  6. neoxeon2 Jedi Padawan

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    before next year i will have a SW tattoo i havne't quite figured out of what yet. i think yoda but im not sure.
  7. Kessel Runner Manager Emeritus

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    I do not have one from TPM because the San Francisco line didn't do tattoos...only the CHinese.

    It cost 80 bucks and it was discounted because so many of us got this pattern done.
  8. Darth Mulacki Jedi Master

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    What was the one from the TPM line?.

    -Mulacki
  9. Kessel Runner Manager Emeritus

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    Well, I don't have a photo of it, but it the symbol from naboo that was actually hard to see in the movie...

    Actually if you go to [link=http://www.liningup.net]LiningUp.net[/link] you can see it. It's part of the Episode II logo we used.
  10. Saint_of_Killers Jedi Youngling

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    Any tatoos I get will certainly have some meaning to me. I would never get something trivial permanently etched into my skin. It may not mean much to most people, but it will have personal meaning.

    For example, I plan on getting a tatoo of the Bat symbol somewhere, probably the small of my back. Now, that may seem silly to some people, but to me The Bat is a symbol of committment to upholding justice.
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