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Hey all, I'm not a tattooer, just into 'em and sometimes I get to write about them and do interviews with folks, which has almost become as addictive as getting tattooed.

I've done a bunch of stuff for Inked (which has actually been pretty great, regardless of your opinion of the mag), did a recent piece for a certain UK magazine that will go unnamed that I'll no longer work with and I help out with some online stuff here and there.

I try to update my terrible, terrible, terrible blog with stuff I'm doing.

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hey gouge, welcome to LST. i would love to read some of your interviews, if you ever want to share them on your blog.

nervermind...see in your sig...will check out!

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Or bring some of your tattoo blog over here so you can have a one stop shop? I look fwd to more of your work as mentioned previously.

Thanks and until then.....


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Hi, and welcome. I enjoyed your thread "cable invasion," please keep the posts coming, and start any threads that you'd like, we are open!

Take care,

Dari Sylvia

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