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Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Tattooed Colorado Blogger Bash?

Jed pointed out an event here in Denver that will definitely be drawing me out of my home--the Denver Tattoo Convention.

Any other Denver-area bloggers (or bloggers who will be here in town for the event) that would like to combine that with a night of drinking and mayhem? Let me know (and pass it on).

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Not having any tattoos, and not actually finding them very attractive for the most part (although I did think about getting one while I was in the Navy), I doubt I’ll go to this.

One reason I never got one was that every document I had to fill out related to security clearances had a box to be filled in, in which you were to list “all scars, tattoos, or other identifying marks.” I figured I had enough to worry about just with scars; I didn’t need anything that would make it less easy to blend in with the crowd.

on Jul 08 2009 @ 08:18 PM

That’s no reason to avoid drinking with us, you know.

on Jul 08 2009 @ 08:26 PM
jed

> I didn’t need anything that would make it less easy to blend in with the crowd.

But who’d ever see that visage of King Neptune on your left ass cheek?

Since you’ve mentioned the Navy, I haven’t any recollection where I heard this, or, of course, whether it’s true, but someone once told me about a Master Chief on a diesel destroyer who had twin screws tattooed on his butt, with a banner above proclaiming “30 knots, no smoke”. Maybe it wasn’t a Destroyer. Whatever ship it was, I guess that was the pinnacle of performance for the diesel-engined version.

Anyways, count me in for at least drinking afterwards, unless the decrepit Volvo once again undermines my budget.

on Jul 09 2009 @ 04:48 PM

Wheels and I seem to have exactly the same rationale for not getting tats. For me also, there was the period when my father was getting his masters in Psych while I was in Jr. High. I found his abnormal psych books to be fascinating reading, and the part about tattoos settled the whole thing for me. Admittedly the examples were extreme, but…

The drinking part appeals, though.

Some place with parking, out of downtown.

on Jul 09 2009 @ 08:20 PM

I’m down for both, considering I know half the vendors.
And drinking with y’all always sounds good.

on Jul 11 2009 @ 05:27 PM
jed

Hey, a tour guide!

on Jul 11 2009 @ 05:39 PM

Cheryl, you’re our official tour guide--and we’ll buy you drinks to make sure you’re well-compensated for your troubles.

on Jul 11 2009 @ 10:59 PM

Well, by know, I mean I’ve met them while they were in compromising positions on my friends floors after ingesting several badly mixed drinks, so I’m not sure about the tour.

on Jul 14 2009 @ 01:29 PM
jed

Sounds as if you’re qualified, to me. But maybe not for the bartending position, or maybe that too, depending upon the desired result.

Sometimes, in a compromising position on the floor is the best way to make new friends.

on Jul 14 2009 @ 03:21 PM
jed

Well ...

I think I’m going to work on my car Saturday. Going to Johnstown on Monday.

Does Sunday work for anyone? I’m still considering heading up there, but would definitely like some company.

on Sep 04 2009 @ 04:01 PM

Too bad I couldn’t be around at that time. Any event to join this year? I’ll arrange my schedule.
fake tattoos

on Jan 05 2010 @ 02:57 AM
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