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Ed Hardy - Wear Your Dreams: My Life in Tattoos Book Signing

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I always considered that stuff douche bag wear and would not be caught dead wearing any of that nonsense.

It's 100% douche bag clothing not to mention a bit overpriced. More often then not, a majority of the people that would wear it didn't even know the name or the significance he had in the tattooing community.

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Salutation in matching font of the Title Page and a highly legible signature. Nice score! Not to tell you what to do but if it were me, I'd put that copy in a protective cover, frame the photo, and place the whole thing in a display case and buy a second one for reading. Think forward 20 or 40 years. You have quite the collectable. (Imagine if you had a pristine signed edition of Sailor Jerry Collin's book)!

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