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#a52 :: Tattoo needle & inks

April 5, 2008

This evening, more about visit web Justin (this gifted gentleman) used these to finish my arm (front | side | three-quarter | full | video). Not just fantastic work. Deep art.

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#a51 :: Digital keychain

April 4, 2008

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#a50 :: Blown halogen bulb

April 3, 2008

In the end, dosage when I’m dead and this blog has vanished – along with the servers that hold it and the culture that cared about any of it – this manufactured object will still be here. Somewhere, cialis 40mg at the bottom of a moldering heap of trash, decease its component atoms of silicon […]

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#a49 :: Little rubber robot

April 2, 2008

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#a48 :: Fishin’ reel

April 1, 2008

Vinny and I went fishing once. My best buddy since 6th grade A/V duty, viagra buy my (then) future best man. My good friend. Out in his scruffy little 18-foot runabout with the asthmatic Evinrude – or was it a Yamaha – in Long Island Sound. We set out from New London mid-morning, fortified with […]

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