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#169 - I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.  [+] (1 reply) 02/23/2013 on Hm 0
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
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#167 - I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be h…  [+] (3 replies) 02/22/2013 on Hm 0
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#165 - The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the…  [+] (5 replies) 02/21/2013 on Hm 0
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#163 - Well that's why you have to get checked before you get a tatto…  [+] (7 replies) 02/21/2013 on Hm 0
#164 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It'll make you look like a delinquent yes, and first impressions are extremely important. It can be the deciding factor in whether you get hired or not. If you look unprofessional at a job interview, chances are you wont get hired. If 2 people have the same exact degree and resume, chances are the one without the tattoo is more likely to get hired. That's just realistically speaking.
#165 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the employer would do a full body search for a tattoo if I'm wearing a full suit (if the job requires one). Besides, if he/she asked about the tattoo, I'd say the meaning behind it, which is Christianity.
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#161 - How is it a risk? If you're talking about dirty needles or stu…  [+] (9 replies) 02/21/2013 on Hm 0
#162 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
You're injecting ink under your skin... that just sounds like a risk doesn't it? And yeah you hear about those bad tattoo reactions all the time. Sometimes the ink has metal in them which causes irritation and can cause problems if you were to ever get an MRI, which is another reason I wouldn't want that doctor near an MRI machine. People also have allergic reactions to certain things.
#163 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Well that's why you have to get checked before you get a tattoo, so you can be sure it's safe. You're basing your opinion on a group of people that didn't take the safety risks. Other people do the research to make sure it's ok. We're not all the same. I don't have tattoos, but I want one. Will that turn me into a deliquent?
#164 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It'll make you look like a delinquent yes, and first impressions are extremely important. It can be the deciding factor in whether you get hired or not. If you look unprofessional at a job interview, chances are you wont get hired. If 2 people have the same exact degree and resume, chances are the one without the tattoo is more likely to get hired. That's just realistically speaking.
#165 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the employer would do a full body search for a tattoo if I'm wearing a full suit (if the job requires one). Besides, if he/she asked about the tattoo, I'd say the meaning behind it, which is Christianity.
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#159 - Do you think tattoos represent low intelligence and encourage …  [+] (11 replies) 02/21/2013 on Hm 0
#160 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It means they are irresponsible and take unnecessary risks. Even if they are a doctor, they still made irresponsible decisions.
#161 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
How is it a risk? If you're talking about dirty needles or stuff like that, then you could always look for references and reviews about tattoo parlors that are very hygienic.
#162 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
You're injecting ink under your skin... that just sounds like a risk doesn't it? And yeah you hear about those bad tattoo reactions all the time. Sometimes the ink has metal in them which causes irritation and can cause problems if you were to ever get an MRI, which is another reason I wouldn't want that doctor near an MRI machine. People also have allergic reactions to certain things.
#163 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Well that's why you have to get checked before you get a tattoo, so you can be sure it's safe. You're basing your opinion on a group of people that didn't take the safety risks. Other people do the research to make sure it's ok. We're not all the same. I don't have tattoos, but I want one. Will that turn me into a deliquent?
#164 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It'll make you look like a delinquent yes, and first impressions are extremely important. It can be the deciding factor in whether you get hired or not. If you look unprofessional at a job interview, chances are you wont get hired. If 2 people have the same exact degree and resume, chances are the one without the tattoo is more likely to get hired. That's just realistically speaking.
#165 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the employer would do a full body search for a tattoo if I'm wearing a full suit (if the job requires one). Besides, if he/she asked about the tattoo, I'd say the meaning behind it, which is Christianity.
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#157 - Just because he has tattoos? That's pretty low, man.  [+] (13 replies) 02/20/2013 on Hm 0
#158 - anon (02/20/2013) [-]
Yes just because of that. I'd let him save my life in an emergency situation but not go to him when I got sick or just for a quick little checkup.
#159 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Do you think tattoos represent low intelligence and encourage delinquency/violence? It's just ink, it doesn't affect a person's personality.
#160 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It means they are irresponsible and take unnecessary risks. Even if they are a doctor, they still made irresponsible decisions.
#161 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
How is it a risk? If you're talking about dirty needles or stuff like that, then you could always look for references and reviews about tattoo parlors that are very hygienic.
#162 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
You're injecting ink under your skin... that just sounds like a risk doesn't it? And yeah you hear about those bad tattoo reactions all the time. Sometimes the ink has metal in them which causes irritation and can cause problems if you were to ever get an MRI, which is another reason I wouldn't want that doctor near an MRI machine. People also have allergic reactions to certain things.
#163 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Well that's why you have to get checked before you get a tattoo, so you can be sure it's safe. You're basing your opinion on a group of people that didn't take the safety risks. Other people do the research to make sure it's ok. We're not all the same. I don't have tattoos, but I want one. Will that turn me into a deliquent?
#164 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It'll make you look like a delinquent yes, and first impressions are extremely important. It can be the deciding factor in whether you get hired or not. If you look unprofessional at a job interview, chances are you wont get hired. If 2 people have the same exact degree and resume, chances are the one without the tattoo is more likely to get hired. That's just realistically speaking.
#165 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the employer would do a full body search for a tattoo if I'm wearing a full suit (if the job requires one). Besides, if he/she asked about the tattoo, I'd say the meaning behind it, which is Christianity.
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#153 - Dude. Are you really that biased that you think someone who ha…  [+] (15 replies) 02/20/2013 on Hm 0
#156 - anon (02/20/2013) [-]
I wouldn't go to that man as a personal doctor, only if he was the doctor in the emergency room and I needed immediate attention.
#157 - akidnappedduck (02/20/2013) [-]
Just because he has tattoos? That's pretty low, man.
#158 - anon (02/20/2013) [-]
Yes just because of that. I'd let him save my life in an emergency situation but not go to him when I got sick or just for a quick little checkup.
#159 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Do you think tattoos represent low intelligence and encourage delinquency/violence? It's just ink, it doesn't affect a person's personality.
#160 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It means they are irresponsible and take unnecessary risks. Even if they are a doctor, they still made irresponsible decisions.
#161 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
How is it a risk? If you're talking about dirty needles or stuff like that, then you could always look for references and reviews about tattoo parlors that are very hygienic.
#162 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
You're injecting ink under your skin... that just sounds like a risk doesn't it? And yeah you hear about those bad tattoo reactions all the time. Sometimes the ink has metal in them which causes irritation and can cause problems if you were to ever get an MRI, which is another reason I wouldn't want that doctor near an MRI machine. People also have allergic reactions to certain things.
#163 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Well that's why you have to get checked before you get a tattoo, so you can be sure it's safe. You're basing your opinion on a group of people that didn't take the safety risks. Other people do the research to make sure it's ok. We're not all the same. I don't have tattoos, but I want one. Will that turn me into a deliquent?
#164 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It'll make you look like a delinquent yes, and first impressions are extremely important. It can be the deciding factor in whether you get hired or not. If you look unprofessional at a job interview, chances are you wont get hired. If 2 people have the same exact degree and resume, chances are the one without the tattoo is more likely to get hired. That's just realistically speaking.
#165 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the employer would do a full body search for a tattoo if I'm wearing a full suit (if the job requires one). Besides, if he/she asked about the tattoo, I'd say the meaning behind it, which is Christianity.
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?
#143 - I agree some look atrocious. Others, when done correctly, can …  [+] (17 replies) 02/20/2013 on Hm 0
#147 - anon (02/20/2013) [-]
Yeah the kind of person you are... a productive member of society or a delinquent. The choice is yours.
#153 - akidnappedduck (02/20/2013) [-]
Dude. Are you really that biased that you think someone who has tattoos is a delinquent? You don't know a person until you talk to them. Pic related.
#156 - anon (02/20/2013) [-]
I wouldn't go to that man as a personal doctor, only if he was the doctor in the emergency room and I needed immediate attention.
#157 - akidnappedduck (02/20/2013) [-]
Just because he has tattoos? That's pretty low, man.
#158 - anon (02/20/2013) [-]
Yes just because of that. I'd let him save my life in an emergency situation but not go to him when I got sick or just for a quick little checkup.
#159 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Do you think tattoos represent low intelligence and encourage delinquency/violence? It's just ink, it doesn't affect a person's personality.
#160 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It means they are irresponsible and take unnecessary risks. Even if they are a doctor, they still made irresponsible decisions.
#161 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
How is it a risk? If you're talking about dirty needles or stuff like that, then you could always look for references and reviews about tattoo parlors that are very hygienic.
#162 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
You're injecting ink under your skin... that just sounds like a risk doesn't it? And yeah you hear about those bad tattoo reactions all the time. Sometimes the ink has metal in them which causes irritation and can cause problems if you were to ever get an MRI, which is another reason I wouldn't want that doctor near an MRI machine. People also have allergic reactions to certain things.
#163 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
Well that's why you have to get checked before you get a tattoo, so you can be sure it's safe. You're basing your opinion on a group of people that didn't take the safety risks. Other people do the research to make sure it's ok. We're not all the same. I don't have tattoos, but I want one. Will that turn me into a deliquent?
#164 - anon (02/21/2013) [-]
It'll make you look like a delinquent yes, and first impressions are extremely important. It can be the deciding factor in whether you get hired or not. If you look unprofessional at a job interview, chances are you wont get hired. If 2 people have the same exact degree and resume, chances are the one without the tattoo is more likely to get hired. That's just realistically speaking.
#165 - akidnappedduck (02/21/2013) [-]
The tattoo I want is a small one on my bicep. I doubt that the employer would do a full body search for a tattoo if I'm wearing a full suit (if the job requires one). Besides, if he/she asked about the tattoo, I'd say the meaning behind it, which is Christianity.
#166 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
If you ever wear a short sleeve shirt it'll be seen.

So it's a christian tattoo you want?
Leviticus 19:28
“Do not cut your bodies for the dead, and do not mark your skin with tattoos. I am the Lord."
#167 - akidnappedduck (02/22/2013) [-]
I'd want it to be seen. It has a story behind it, and I'd be happy to tell it to people. Also, I do not believe in that particular passage by Leviticus. I don't agree with most of the Bible. I follow the Ten Commandments, and pray and worship the Lord by my own accord.
#168 - anon (02/22/2013) [-]
So you pick and choose the parts you like and they parts you don't like? You follow the easy parts and ignore the hard parts.
#169 - akidnappedduck (02/23/2013) [-]
I follow the parts of the Bible that don't contradict each other.
#170 - anon (02/23/2013) [-]
How does the tattoo part contradict itself anywhere else in the bible?