Hi from Norway!

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I just wanted to say Hi!

My name is Miles, I'm an American that has been trapped in the frozen north (Norway) for a long time. Going on 13 years.

Great forum here. Lot's of outstanding work.

I'm glad I found it!

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Hey dude, good to have you! We've got a few LSTers up in Norway.

Thanks! Hopefully I'll run into a few of them.

Yeah, one of them sadly only gets shit tattoos and doesn't ever travel for work!

hmmm...... I think I'm missing something. :)

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I was being sarcastic because @Iwar travels like crazy to get tattooed and has some fucking amazing work! :)

BTW, really nice Indian girl head you got! Sweeet!

Thanks! It was actually Iwar that turned me on to Tony and Blue Arms Tattoo. So a big thanks to Iwar!

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