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July 12, 2011, 05:09:21 PM
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who the fuck says i regret my tattoo?   im extremely happy with my work (i did this on myself), and how it came out.

No one is going to "donate" to you because you're a degenerate who would eagerly tattoo someone's fucking forehead (thus ruining their life) for some imaginary money.  You're absolutely the worst person in this forum.

Excellent. You didn't read his post AND you're a dick.

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July 12, 2011, 06:06:24 PM
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Excellent. You didn't read his post AND you're a dick.

Yeah I totally made up that part...

i am a professional tattoo artist, and i am more than willing to tattoo a bitcoin on someones forehead and document it (for a piece of the pot, of course).... if there are any takers
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July 12, 2011, 06:22:46 PM
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And completely ignored this one...

in all honesty, i think it would be moronic for anyone to get their forehead tattooed (face tattoos are frowned upon even in my industry), and i was half joking when i said id do it...but if it actually happens, i dont think i could pass up doing something this crazy (itd be a story to tell clients for years)....

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July 12, 2011, 06:27:55 PM
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And completely ignored this one...

in all honesty, i think it would be moronic for anyone to get their forehead tattooed (face tattoos are frowned upon even in my industry), and i was half joking when i said id do it...but if it actually happens, i dont think i could pass up doing something this crazy (itd be a story to tell clients for years)....

Now who's not reading?
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July 12, 2011, 06:34:29 PM
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And completely ignored this one...

in all honesty, i think it would be moronic for anyone to get their forehead tattooed (face tattoos are frowned upon even in my industry), and i was half joking when i said id do it...but if it actually happens, i dont think i could pass up doing something this crazy (itd be a story to tell clients for years)....

Now who's not reading?

Hey, dick. If someone wants to do something to their own body, who, exactly, are you to stop them? You do realize the bounty goes to the one wearing the tattoo, and not the artist?

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July 12, 2011, 06:42:13 PM
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Hey, dick. If someone wants to do something to their own body, who, exactly, are you to stop them? You do realize the bounty goes to the one wearing the tattoo, and not the artist?

Oh good are we agreeing on the facts now?

Now, to address your juvenile perception of the world: people make permanent long term mistakes in exchange for short term benefits all the time.  The only reason it happens is because of scumbags who are willing to take advantage of those people.  So yeah, there will be some drug addict who is "willing" to get a forehead tattoo of anything in exchange for money for drugs.

I know your precious bitcoiner view of the world has every person as a rational actor.  It is only one of many things that I'm sure you're fundamentally mistaken over.
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July 12, 2011, 06:46:42 PM
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I know your precious bitcoiner view of the world has every person as a rational actor.  It is only one of many things that I'm sure you're fundamentally mistaken over.

1. He's willing to do it, but will strongly advise against it, as, and I quote, "face tattoos are frowned upon even in my industry"
2. Again, who are you to enforce your will upon someone not even in your own town, and likely not even the same country?
3. If you're so down on bitcoin, what the fuck are you doing on the bitcoin boards?
4. Yes, people make mistakes. Let them. It's how humanity learns.

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July 12, 2011, 07:14:49 PM
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1. He's willing to do it,

Thanks for playing.

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2. Again, who are you to enforce your will upon someone not even in your own town, and likely not even the same country?

Once you realize that not everyone is a rational actor at every point in their life, you accept that society needs to protect them from their darker impulses.

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3. If you're so down on bitcoin, what the fuck are you doing on the bitcoin boards?

Do you have any idea how awesome it is to watch you bitcoiners lose everything in this get poor quick scheme?

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4. Yes, people make mistakes. Let them. It's how humanity learns.

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July 12, 2011, 07:27:34 PM
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we live in a free society.

if someone chooses to make a decision that i dont agree with, i will certainly advise them against it.

however, if an adult understands the risk, and is sound of mind, and despite being heavily advised against it, still chooses to do this...then so be it.

its not my job to tell people what to do with thier own body. period. all i can do is provide my professional opinion and try to guide them.




if you dont like the fact that we live in a society where each person has domain over his or her own body, then thats your fucking problem.




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July 12, 2011, 07:35:32 PM
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Once you realize that not everyone is a rational actor at every point in their life, you accept that society needs to protect them from their darker impulses.

Da, Komrade, that worked so well in Soviet Union.

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July 12, 2011, 07:48:19 PM
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if you dont like the fact that we live in a society where each person has domain over his or her own body, then thats your fucking problem.

At least we know what you're willing to do for a handful of pretend money.
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July 12, 2011, 07:51:29 PM
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Da, Komrade, that worked so well in Soviet Union.

Seatbelts, minimum safety standards, clean drinking water.  These are all things you despise, yes?
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July 12, 2011, 07:53:07 PM
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At least we know what you're willing to do for a handful of pretend money.

yup. i am certainly willing to provide a service to a willing client for electronic currency.

whats your point?

right. there isnt one. you're just trolling.
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July 12, 2011, 07:56:09 PM
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yup. i am certainly willing provide a service to a willing client for electronic currency.

whats your point?

right. there isnt one. your just trolling.

I guess my point is that you're a pretty typical example of the kind of person that is attracted to bitcoins.

Someone eager to tattoo a bitcoin on someone's forehead for bitcoins.
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July 12, 2011, 07:58:52 PM
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Someone eager to tattoo a bitcoin on someone's forehead for bitcoins.

its cute that you keep repeating things that you know arent true (unless of course, the issue is that you have trouble with reading comprehension)....its like watching a 2 year old. seriously, its fucking adorable.

ill type this slower...maybe itll help you understand.

eager? no. (like i said earlier, i personally think its moronic) willing? (assuming the person is sound of mind and understand the risks, both physical and social) yes.
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July 12, 2011, 08:00:09 PM
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Da, Komrade, that worked so well in Soviet Union.

Seatbelts, minimum safety standards, clean drinking water.  These are all things you despise, yes?

Against the items themselves? No, of course not. Against laws requiring them? Yes.

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July 12, 2011, 08:09:30 PM
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its cute that you keep repeating things that you know arent true (unless of course, the issue is that you have trouble with reading comprehension)....its like watching a 2 year old. seriously, its fucking adorable.

ill type this slower...maybe itll help you understand.

eager? no. willing? (assuming the person is sound of mind and understand the risks, both physical and social) yes.

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i am a professional tattoo artist, and i am more than willing to tattoo a bitcoin on someones forehead and document it (for a piece of the pot, of course).... if there are any takers

Yeah I totally made up that you were eager to pocket some fat bitcoins at the expense of some poor schmuck's forehead.  It's so not true at all.
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July 12, 2011, 08:15:48 PM
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yes, i said i was more than willing to do it. i also said i think its moronic and frowned upon even in my industry. that sounds super eager to me.

weve been over all of this, and im still not seeing your point.

go troll somewhere else...all your doing here is repeating the same nonsense over and over. its boring.

 



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July 12, 2011, 08:18:05 PM
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yes, i said i was more than willing to do it. i also said i think its moronic and frowned upon even in my industry. sounds super eager to me.

still not seeing your point.

I found it:


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July 12, 2011, 08:23:34 PM
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yes, i said i was more than willing to do it. i also said i think its moronic and frowned upon even in my industry. that sounds super eager to me.

weve been over all of this, and im still not seeing your point.

go troll somewhere else...all your doing here is repeating the same nonsense over and over. its boring.

I, too, would be ashamed and try to backpedal.

ITT: regulations for clean drinking water are despised and the free market will bear forehead tattoos as long as enough bitcoins go into this guy's pocket.
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