brian.harris

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Hi guys. My name is Brian Harris. I am active duty by day and tattoo at Ink Addiction Tattoo Studio at night. My friend Tokyo Hiro sent me to the site, look forward to talking to you guys!

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im already loving it. the post about the swinggates was enough to make it worth it. @lochlan, hiro is in towada right now, about 15 minutes away. he said he needed to get away from tokyo for a while so he came up. think he is going to my shop tonight then out for some drinks.

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Hi guys. My name is Brian Harris. I am active duty by day and tattoo at Ink Addiction Tattoo Studio at night. My friend Tokyo Hiro sent me to the site, look forward to talking to you guys!

I checked out your site,and read your from Alabama.There's an American tattooer in Sasebo that i believe is also from Alabama that does real nice work.Here's his site.. Lucky13 Tattoo

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