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just posting this to be helpful not to be the forum police...

from the Forum Rules :

"Signatures: You are welcome to link to your own quality/original content TATTOO RELATED website/blog in your signature, but please add a link to Get Good Tattoos | Last Sparrow Tattoo on your site in a clearly visible location first. We will look at your site and moderate your posts if we can't find a link to LST -here is the code if you need it. *Note: We do not permit links to sites that sell tattoo products in your signature, or that go against the LST mission statement in general. Our moderators will be the judge, but 'cheap tattoo kits' are not a good thing. Also, we're not here to send traffic to your generic ad riddled landing page so don't bother."

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