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Hi everyone,

My name is Bob, and I'm a tattooer from Oklahoma. I apprenticed with David Bruehl during his time at Think Ink Tattoos in Norman, OK (he has since moved to Red Letter 1 in Tampa, FL). Due to some life circumstances, I'm working a joe-job at the moment, but am hoping to get back into the swing of things soon.

Thanks!

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Welcom to LST, Bob. Hope you enjoy the site, and good luck on getting things back on-track with your tattooing!

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@Shakkazombie welcome, I have several tattoos from David from his time at think ink, you live in norman?

I used to, but I moved up to Tulsa about a year ago. What did you have him do for you?

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They look great, not that I'm surprised. He's an incredible artist, and was an amazing mentor. Can't overstate how lucky I was to learn from him.

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Hi everyone,

My name is Bob, and I'm a tattooer from Oklahoma. I apprenticed with David Bruehl during his time at Think Ink Tattoos in Norman, OK (he has since moved to Red Letter 1 in Tampa, FL). Due to some life circumstances, I'm working a joe-job at the moment, but am hoping to get back into the swing of things soon.

Thanks!

Not a bad dude to apprentice under! Welcome, and hope you can get back on the wagon soon.

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