Wednesday, December 28, 2011
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
#203, 8912-156 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T5R 5Z2
December XXVIIIth, MMXI
Hon. Thomas Lukaszuk, MLA
Minister of Education,
Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Castledowns
As the title of this film & blog subject line suggest, whether a student(s) decides II get a tattoo, they should not just consider going II the Ist ramshackle shop they see. Try & go II a place thats licensed & accredited, also, where the tattoo artist is trained in his/her art by professionals, & has fully updated Ist training in case somethiong goes wrong. After all, needles & other tools including dyes/inks are involved, so unforseen medical reactions can occur.
Needles as I say are part of tattooing, so there is always the chance of sasy Hepatitis, HIV/AIDS, or some other blood born disease/pathogen entering your body if an artikst is sneaking & using the same syringe on multiple clients. Students XVIII years & older are of course free II make their own choices about tattoos & designs: whether they be of a dragon such as the film poster here suggests, or of any other pattern.
I would at Ist suggest they consult medical professionals, as well as catologues & magazines IV safety tips & hints from experts on who(m) would be the better & thereIV extension, safer artist II take a chance on health wise. Older students & teens could take a lesson from younger kids in say grade school. They could try tattoos of a temporary/washable nature II see if they feel comfy with the idea of their body being permanently inked. If they don't, just wash away with soap & H2O & if they do, then proceed further, but with of course plenty of guidance along the way. Such as say from other folks who have been tattooed, or from tattoo artists who are willing II spend some free quality moments of time with aspiring students, who may be customers, &/or the tattoo artisands of the future.
Marked IV Life,
Source: Myself & Www.MayoClinic.Com.