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Names Nate, or nomad, or tiny, or fng, or whatever you feel like calling me. Im laid back, old school respect kind of guy. been tattooing for about 5 years now, currently in a new shop in Booneville, Ia, which is just outside of west des moines. Worked around Kansas city and outside of it for a couple years before coming up here. before that i was a truck driver, a cnc machine operator, a corrections officer, and a third class petty officer in the navy. Been most of the way around the world, and in 49 of the 50 states. Love to meet new people, feel free to drop a line, never to busy to bs with anyone.



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