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Old 05-05-2008, 09:55 AM
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I noticed this too. Over the years when I have been too jury duty and made it upstairs...I have noticed the majority of the young low-lifes that are at the courthouse on official business (not jury duty) have someones name in cursive tattooed on their neck (both men and women)

But recently I noticed the cursive name on the neck being replaced with the spurs logo, but only on men.

I don't think these types worry about their image for employment or job interviews. All of us foot the bill for their section 8 housing and lone star cards.
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Old 05-05-2008, 10:48 AM
Location: San Antonio TX
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Originally Posted by kevcrawford View Post
Since we're feeding a troll...learning to spell is also "pimp". If we ever see anyone with a "Spers" tattoo, we'll know it's him.
Originally Posted by sapphire View Post
It would be supper if you didn't call him late to super, as well.
I thought that maybe there is a supper club? Better get hooked on phonics. I could make your image appear more credible. We all are cheering the Spurs on, but just imagine a bunch of Lakers fans with sagging tattoos after the fall.
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Old 05-05-2008, 11:40 AM
Location: West Texas
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Originally Posted by rd2007 View Post
Unfortunately tattoo's are still misunderstood, underappreciated, and negatively stereotyped..
This has nothing to do with the topic of Spurs tattoos, but it has to do with the reply that they're misunderstood or negatively sterotyped. Years ago in the Navy (over 100 years ago), the average enlisted Sailor was very uneducated. Additionally, the only writing done on ships were logs and cartography for maps. So, when it came time to pay, the only way the Sailor had to identify themselves were through the unique tattoos they sported. The type and placement of tattoos obtained were an identifying feature. Just FYI.

~ Rath
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