Mike Brown Interview on VBS.TV

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Thanks for sharing this as it is a nice break from the past week of seeing the nonsense larger tv shows are producing. This and other tattoo videos are what people need to make viral and talk about on their social media pages. I saw some people were plugging our, LST Tattoo Artist Videos, and wanted to say thanks. Could you imagine if these (Tattoo Age, LST Videos and others you all like) got the attention those other shows that people dislike got over the past few days? they may have to up the ante to keep the and demand....

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that was really awesome! usually i dont have that great of an attention span but i found that very informative. when he showed his arm that really freaked me out and kinda made my skin crawl! hahaha! i love love love all the old photos!! awesome!

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The more people focus on the positive, the weaker the negative becomes. Do you have a Facebook page for the LST vids? There isn't one for Tattoo Age, but there should be = /

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I just watched this again for the first time in a few months, and I thought I would try and get it back up on the top of the threads list. The Tattoo Age and Gypsy Gentleman series get a lot of attention on this forum, but I think that this short video should be up there as well.

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