And our newest Team LST member is....

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........ @slayer9019 as a Community Leader, stoked!

We approached him after watching him join the site awhile ago as someone with no tattoos looking to get tattooed who ended up getting a tattoo he wasn't satisfied with so he took advantage of LST further so he could learn. He has since gotten some great tattoos and continues to work to help other new members and longtime LSTers have a better experience. One of the reasons we started this site was to show tattoo customers some of the best tattooers are approachable and the wait to get tattooed by them may not exist and/or is not that long plus affordable. In the long run it ends up being cheaper actually.

Thanks and welcome to the team!!!!

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Really thanks everyone here at LST! I'll do my best to help out here. Seriously you guys are the best!

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Here is a pic of me and my hammer


Uh, Slayer...hate to tell ya this bro, but it's a big oogly dragon about to munch on yer dome there!

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