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The Sacramento BeeLet's say you are living in the moment, feeling giddy -- a little tipsy, maybe -- and you decide to go for it. You decide to get that tattoo. Dr. Suzanne Kilmer has a warning for you: Think twice before acting. Not only do you face five times the risk...
Channel Guide MagazineDespite her ferocious adopted last name, TLC’s top tattoo maven Megan Massacre has the face (and hair color) of a rock ‘n' roll Disney Princess and the sweetly lilting voice to match. But the star of the network’s back-to-back Thursday...
Pretzels, tattoos, and gambling can save the U.S. economy. In "By the Numbers: How Americans Spend Their Money," Lucas Reilly reports that in 2011, Americans spent trillions shopping for all sorts of sine qua nons: $550 million on pretzels, $96 billion on...
About 22% of college students report having at least one tattoo, and as tattoos become more popular, so does demand for removal procedures. Now, the tattoo removal industry is booming as a result. The Wall Street Journal reports about half of all...
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FOX40 NewsCalifornia could soon provide free tattoo removals for former prostitutes. The state already helps former gang members with removals. The author of the AB 1956, Assemblymember Anthony Portantino, says the bill will help prostitutes with "their self-...
Brazen CareeristBrazen Careerist I'm a tattooed professional working in corporate America. As a freshman in college, I didn't think much about how it would affect my chances of becoming employed; I just knew that I didn't want my new tattoo to be on display all the...
Dear Answer Angel: I'm having a heated debate with a friend: Is it rude to keep your sunglasses on indoors? I say unless you have an eye condition that requires them, yes it is — especially in restaurants, at a friend's house, work, etc. She says...
Tattoos aren't just for outlaws anymore. Maybe they never were, but for years, popular culture suggested otherwise. Just think of the movies: Robert Mitchum's homicidal preacher in "The Night of the Hunter," with "Love" and "Hate" tattooed on his...
WSBT-TV Anchor/ReporterParents know that when the teen years roll around, there will be arguments. Those arguments typically have been about driving the car, dating, homework or chores. But now you can add a new issue to that list…tattoos. All you have to do is turn on...
Last week we learned that adult children of divorce will almost always revert to childish behaviors. Case in point, Briana, the daughter previously known as The Most Reasonable Person in Orange County, dissolved into a impertinent, recalcitrant,...
There are many trends I have no trouble understanding even if I don't participate in them, from Facebook to sushi. But one has always baffled me: tattoos. They used to be rare and they're now common across all races and classes. Some 40 percent of...
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