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Fight alcohol addiction, carry a bottle of absolut with you at all times
October 28, 2010, 2:16 pm
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Now I feel accomplished, Im the fucking poster kid for the battle with the bottle. Dontcha wanna grow up to be just like me !!!!

Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Great entry. Looking forward to the next one.

Comment by diabetes diet

I still feel like I need more ink. I wanna start a new campaign… Forget buying a letter in the sefer torah, thats so generic and you dont actually know what letter is yours, and they probable sold out by now.


Comment by LEAH KLEIM

Before you even consider injected in this fashion, you need to know the deadly dangers of body tattoos.

Consider the fact that getting a body tattoo puts you at the risk of contracting tetanus, HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis B and C, and even Syphilis. Hepatitis C alone claims more than 10,000 lives every year!

The results of research performed by Dr. Bob Haley and Dr. Paul Fischer of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School shows that getting body tattoos at parlors may well be the “number one distributor of
Hepatitis C.” The doctors found that getting tattoos at an establishment “accounted for more than twice as many Hepatitis C infections as injection-drug use.” The research also shows that people who get a body tattoo in a parlor are “nine times more likely to get Hepatitis C” because of infected needles and unsanitary conditions. This is the reason that people who get a body tattoo aren’t allowed to donate blood to the American Red Cross for an entire year. Medical experts recommend that anyone who gets a tattoo get tested for Hepatitis shortly afterwards.

And finally, if you still aren’t convinced about the deadly dangers of body tattoos, think about this: the ink that’s injected in your skin contains metal filaments. If you need to have an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), these bits of metal can cause you to feel a burning pain during the test. Some hospitals and testing locations refuse to do an MRI on people who have body tattoos. That means, if you have a tattoo, and your doctor recommends an MRI, you may not be able to have this life-saving test performed.

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