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So I just moved to Dallas and saw this was happening. I have money to go but no money for tattoos but it should still be a good time. It also starts on my 45th birthday so there is that.

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Yeah, been looking at it all day. This is going to be fun. It is only about 10 min from my apartment. I knew I was close but did not think I was that close.


I'd love to go, but I've already spent my money on the next tattoo. I'll gladly go the Elm Street for a traditional tattoo sometime in the next year or two.

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I went to the elm street festival and had a great time. First time going to a tattoo convention of any kind. The experience was incredible. So many cool artists and tattoos going on. Everyone seemed busy as hell but I was able to get a lady head from paco cendon, so I'm stoked. It's already my favorite tattoo. He is a riot and a hell of an artist. I'll definitely be going to more conventions in the future.

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