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I just got news last night that Henry is retiring in a few weeks, so I went in today to see if he wanted to do a ship on my arm. Talked to Rob at the Broadway shop, and he called Henry. Turns out he doesn't have time to tattoo because he's packing everything up at the tattoo shop. But! Henry will be doing guest spots at One Shot Tattoo on Irving, and they plan on announcing these when the time comes.

Either way, we are retiring a true legend who will be missed greatly. Hopefully he still hangs out at the shop, so us youngsters can hear some stories.

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