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Pleased ta meet ya Matt! Your blessed with great parents and destiny, so don't f#%k it up! Ha! Nice chin wiskers I might add...

Can't wait to hear,read and see more of ya, folks like you and yer parents help keep tattooing "real" just the best and a blessing.

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very nice to see ya on here, alot of second gen tattoo people steer clear of any media. there usta be a lot of distrust. it always drove me a little crazy that some swap gears late in life . tryin to get their slice of the pie. but now I say, more power to them.

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