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FBI developing a TATTOO Database

 
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Tattoos are a coverup for those who have scars. If you don't have any scars you would not understand the covering up!
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I have 6 defining scars on my face.


I love them, I would never want to cover them up.
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Tattoos are a coverup for those who have scars. If you don't have any scars you would not understand the covering up!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22848247


I have 6 defining scars on my face.


I love them, I would never want to cover them up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18932111


I couldn't deal with my scars so I covered them up!

I couldn't stand the comments about my scars.. both to my face and behind my back!

So I covered it up!

Now all you see is a tattoo!

So ppl can say why?
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Tattoos are a coverup for those who have scars. If you don't have any scars you would not understand the covering up!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22848247


I have 6 defining scars on my face.


I love them, I would never want to cover them up.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18932111


I couldn't deal with my scars so I covered them up!

I couldn't stand the comments about my scars.. both to my face and behind my back!

So I covered it up!

Now all you see is a tattoo!

So ppl can say why?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22848247


I see what you mean.

I don't really care about what people say about my scars.

I have a small one that runs through my eyebrow since I was 4 years old.
When I was 16 I see all posers shaving pieces off their eye brows for some reason.
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those alphabet boys sure are busy keeping us safe!
"The FBI wants your tattoos — more specifically, the meanings behind their inky black lines and colorful shapes — and it's asking local law enforcement agencies for help.
The FBI's Biometric Center of Excellence, which already collects tattoos and other identity markers in its massive database, sent a request July 13 to police agencies for information "related to any current databases containing tattoo/symbol images, their possible meanings, gang affiliations, terrorist groups or other criminal organizations."


check the link for more info and some awesome tattoo pics:

[link to www.tennesseesonsofliberty.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


Anyone arrested and jailed or in prison has their tat's photo'd extensively. The photo's and information on the person are already IN a database and all law enforcement has access to this....HAS had. If it's not already in the National Crime Information Database it is easily checked by states, with state information bases downloading to the NCIC system.

Nothing new here, go back to your homes.
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THis thread is dumb. Really dumb. ATF, CIA, local police, even the CDC have tattoo databases.

States were catagorizing tattoos back in the 50's. The FBI has a GANG UNIT. NYPD has a gang unit and that's the lowest form. How dumb can you be to say the FBI is JUST now starting a tattoo database.


If you are arrested, no matter for what reason, If you have a tattoo you will be asked to show it so they can take pictures of it and add it to the national database.
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those alphabet boys sure are busy keeping us safe!
"The FBI wants your tattoos — more specifically, the meanings behind their inky black lines and colorful shapes — and it's asking local law enforcement agencies for help.
The FBI's Biometric Center of Excellence, which already collects tattoos and other identity markers in its massive database, sent a request July 13 to police agencies for information "related to any current databases containing tattoo/symbol images, their possible meanings, gang affiliations, terrorist groups or other criminal organizations."


check the link for more info and some awesome tattoo pics:

[link to www.tennesseesonsofliberty.com]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17984635


Anyone arrested and jailed or in prison has their tat's photo'd extensively. The photo's and information on the person are already IN a database and all law enforcement has access to this....HAS had. If it's not already in the National Crime Information Database it is easily checked by states, with state information bases downloading to the NCIC system.

Nothing new here, go back to your homes.
 Quoting: BBee


THANK YOU!
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Against my faith too. Children of Israel were told not to CUT or mark their bodies. I want to be blessed... thus obedience.
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then what the fuck is up with circumcision over? hypocrites...
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I don't trust anyone with a tattoo. Posers.
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Me either. Women who collect tattoos for events will soon be ready for the carnival. I collect rocks, children's pictures and always the memory's why would I need a scentless rose, or a butterfly that never strives to reach a cloud?
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Tattoos are so played out
People think there cool but there losers
Especially
TRAMPSTAMP. Lol. STANK HOES
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I don't trust anyone with a tattoo. Posers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 972619


Because you cant afford tattoos.
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Poor people get tattoos, rich people spend their money on things that have a return on investment.
 Quoting: BRIEF


rich people are too big of pussies to get one
it might hurt their little fag asses

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You fucking suck! Demonize success.
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08/29/2012 11:26 PM
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Well, it will make it easy to catch criminals.
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it is the sun and skin aging that fades and fucks up tattoos, nothing to do with the years of the body fighting anything , infact is doesnt even go under the skin but inbetween ..just above the fat
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This is true. I've got several tats that are over a decade old and still look brand new. If you keep sun block on them and keep your body and skin well hydrated, your tattoos will never fade or change. You can't avoid things like skin changes with age and the like very much, but as I've said I take care of all off my tattoos and they are still fresh and bright.
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LOLZ

I love it. The dregs of society and the kneegrows already branded themselves...for the control grid.

Those 14 Karat gold teef grills are gonna look neat all stacked up in 10' piles behind FEMA camps in the ghetto states.
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there are exceptions to every "rule" Although I wouldn't really classify that as a rule of thumb.

I am not poor, not in a gang, not "cattle" as you say. I am a businessman, conservative, Father and husband.

Yet I have many tattoos.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Yeah, there are of course exceptions :)
 Quoting: BRIEF


Like my grandfather who got a tattoo in honor of the son he lost, my dad's brother in WWII. And my dad who had one on his bicep to commemorate his service on a heavy cruiser in the Navy, in the same war, firing the 9 inch guns and losing half his hearing in the battle of Truk Lagoon. Or me, who has a couple, and at 53 has been working on the books since I was 14 and owned three houses and NEVER pulled a crime.

I'm different because I'm still under the illusion that is a free country and if I want permanent artwork on my body I can get it. I guess that would mean if you're against them, you've got your own sense of freedom which I guess doffers from mine and my family.

Kat von D owns a castle in the Hollywood Hills and drives a custom Bentley. Her ex Jesse own more cool cars and motorcycles than all of us combined if you really think only the poor have them.

Neither my dad's or grandfather's faded or blurred before they died. And I've had mine since around 1990 and they look great and I get compliments from even little old lady's about how great they are.

If it's just a "fad", it's a long lived one. They've been around for thousands of years, for thousands, if not more, reasons. Lighten' up. There's worst things to be concerned about in this world. Unless you live a protected life in a protected world that's so hideously boring you actually put time into judging people for decisions about their lives that don't concern you at all.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 22387549


My grandfather and my father were in the Navy...neither have/had tattoos...as gently as I can put this, very intelligent people don't get tattoos...I should say, highly intelligent people don't get tattoos...can you think of one genius that has tattoos?
 Quoting: BRIEF


That's a very ignorant statement Brief. I know it's just your opinion, but very ignorant.

I know a few people who most would see as "highly intelligent" who have tattoos. One is a doctor, the other is a Biologist. They may not be the smartest people in the world, but I'm pretty sure they have a higher IQ than those on here judging them.

Just sayin..
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Yeah, there are of course exceptions :)
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Like my grandfather who got a tattoo in honor of the son he lost, my dad's brother in WWII. And my dad who had one on his bicep to commemorate his service on a heavy cruiser in the Navy, in the same war, firing the 9 inch guns and losing half his hearing in the battle of Truk Lagoon. Or me, who has a couple, and at 53 has been working on the books since I was 14 and owned three houses and NEVER pulled a crime.

I'm different because I'm still under the illusion that is a free country and if I want permanent artwork on my body I can get it. I guess that would mean if you're against them, you've got your own sense of freedom which I guess doffers from mine and my family.

Kat von D owns a castle in the Hollywood Hills and drives a custom Bentley. Her ex Jesse own more cool cars and motorcycles than all of us combined if you really think only the poor have them.

Neither my dad's or grandfather's faded or blurred before they died. And I've had mine since around 1990 and they look great and I get compliments from even little old lady's about how great they are.

If it's just a "fad", it's a long lived one. They've been around for thousands of years, for thousands, if not more, reasons. Lighten' up. There's worst things to be concerned about in this world. Unless you live a protected life in a protected world that's so hideously boring you actually put time into judging people for decisions about their lives that don't concern you at all.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 22387549


My grandfather and my father were in the Navy...neither have/had tattoos...as gently as I can put this, very intelligent people don't get tattoos...I should say, highly intelligent people don't get tattoos...can you think of one genius that has tattoos?
 Quoting: BRIEF


That's a very ignorant statement Brief. I know it's just your opinion, but very ignorant.

I know a few people who most would see as "highly intelligent" who have tattoos. One is a doctor, the other is a Biologist. They may not be the smartest people in the world, but I'm pretty sure they have a higher IQ than those on here judging them.

Just sayin..
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Any way you look at it, it's graffiti...I've seen some beautiful graffiti on sides of buildings and rail cars, but it's still tacky and inappropriate. Do these people spray paint on the side of their million dollar homes?
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Like my grandfather who got a tattoo in honor of the son he lost, my dad's brother in WWII. And my dad who had one on his bicep to commemorate his service on a heavy cruiser in the Navy, in the same war, firing the 9 inch guns and losing half his hearing in the battle of Truk Lagoon. Or me, who has a couple, and at 53 has been working on the books since I was 14 and owned three houses and NEVER pulled a crime.

I'm different because I'm still under the illusion that is a free country and if I want permanent artwork on my body I can get it. I guess that would mean if you're against them, you've got your own sense of freedom which I guess doffers from mine and my family.

Kat von D owns a castle in the Hollywood Hills and drives a custom Bentley. Her ex Jesse own more cool cars and motorcycles than all of us combined if you really think only the poor have them.

Neither my dad's or grandfather's faded or blurred before they died. And I've had mine since around 1990 and they look great and I get compliments from even little old lady's about how great they are.

If it's just a "fad", it's a long lived one. They've been around for thousands of years, for thousands, if not more, reasons. Lighten' up. There's worst things to be concerned about in this world. Unless you live a protected life in a protected world that's so hideously boring you actually put time into judging people for decisions about their lives that don't concern you at all.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 22387549


My grandfather and my father were in the Navy...neither have/had tattoos...as gently as I can put this, very intelligent people don't get tattoos...I should say, highly intelligent people don't get tattoos...can you think of one genius that has tattoos?
 Quoting: BRIEF


That's a very ignorant statement Brief. I know it's just your opinion, but very ignorant.

I know a few people who most would see as "highly intelligent" who have tattoos. One is a doctor, the other is a Biologist. They may not be the smartest people in the world, but I'm pretty sure they have a higher IQ than those on here judging them.

Just sayin..
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Any way you look at it, it's graffiti...I've seen some beautiful graffiti on sides of buildings and rail cars, but it's still tacky and inappropriate. Do these people spray paint on the side of their million dollar homes?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Spray painting the side of a million dollar house is a far cry from getting a tattoo. You're grasping at straws now.
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My grandfather and my father were in the Navy...neither have/had tattoos...as gently as I can put this, very intelligent people don't get tattoos...I should say, highly intelligent people don't get tattoos...can you think of one genius that has tattoos?
 Quoting: BRIEF


That's a very ignorant statement Brief. I know it's just your opinion, but very ignorant.

I know a few people who most would see as "highly intelligent" who have tattoos. One is a doctor, the other is a Biologist. They may not be the smartest people in the world, but I'm pretty sure they have a higher IQ than those on here judging them.

Just sayin..
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Any way you look at it, it's graffiti...I've seen some beautiful graffiti on sides of buildings and rail cars, but it's still tacky and inappropriate. Do these people spray paint on the side of their million dollar homes?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Spray painting the side of a million dollar house is a far cry from getting a tattoo. You're grasping at straws now.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


No, I value the human body more than a million dollar home, yet no one sprays doodle work on their nice house...
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That's a very ignorant statement Brief. I know it's just your opinion, but very ignorant.

I know a few people who most would see as "highly intelligent" who have tattoos. One is a doctor, the other is a Biologist. They may not be the smartest people in the world, but I'm pretty sure they have a higher IQ than those on here judging them.

Just sayin..
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Any way you look at it, it's graffiti...I've seen some beautiful graffiti on sides of buildings and rail cars, but it's still tacky and inappropriate. Do these people spray paint on the side of their million dollar homes?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Spray painting the side of a million dollar house is a far cry from getting a tattoo. You're grasping at straws now.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


No, I value the human body more than a million dollar home, yet no one sprays doodle work on their nice house...
 Quoting: BRIEF


I know I know. We arent getting anywhere with this, just going in circles.

The fact is tattoos have been around for thousands of years, and will most likely be around for another thousand.

If you want to think I am "stupid" for having them..1dunno1 oh well. The majority do not judge me on such trivial things.
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That's a very ignorant statement Brief. I know it's just your opinion, but very ignorant.

I know a few people who most would see as "highly intelligent" who have tattoos. One is a doctor, the other is a Biologist. They may not be the smartest people in the world, but I'm pretty sure they have a higher IQ than those on here judging them.

Just sayin..
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Any way you look at it, it's graffiti...I've seen some beautiful graffiti on sides of buildings and rail cars, but it's still tacky and inappropriate. Do these people spray paint on the side of their million dollar homes?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Spray painting the side of a million dollar house is a far cry from getting a tattoo. You're grasping at straws now.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


No, I value the human body more than a million dollar home, yet no one sprays doodle work on their nice house...
 Quoting: BRIEF


bumpbush
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Deeper side of BRIEF....thanks for sharing........
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there are exceptions to every "rule" Although I wouldn't really classify that as a rule of thumb.

I am not poor, not in a gang, not "cattle" as you say. I am a businessman, conservative, Father and husband.

Yet I have many tattoos.
 Quoting: Charlie Scene


Yeah, there are of course exceptions :)
 Quoting: BRIEF


Like my grandfather who got a tattoo in honor of the son he lost, my dad's brother in WWII. And my dad who had one on his bicep to commemorate his service on a heavy cruiser in the Navy, in the same war, firing the 9 inch guns and losing half his hearing in the battle of Truk Lagoon. Or me, who has a couple, and at 53 has been working on the books since I was 14 and owned three houses and NEVER pulled a crime.

I'm different because I'm still under the illusion that is a free country and if I want permanent artwork on my body I can get it. I guess that would mean if you're against them, you've got your own sense of freedom which I guess doffers from mine and my family.

Kat von D owns a castle in the Hollywood Hills and drives a custom Bentley. Her ex Jesse own more cool cars and motorcycles than all of us combined if you really think only the poor have them.

Neither my dad's or grandfather's faded or blurred before they died. And I've had mine since around 1990 and they look great and I get compliments from even little old lady's about how great they are.

If it's just a "fad", it's a long lived one. They've been around for thousands of years, for thousands, if not more, reasons. Lighten' up. There's worst things to be concerned about in this world. Unless you live a protected life in a protected world that's so hideously boring you actually put time into judging people for decisions about their lives that don't concern you at all.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 22387549


My grandfather and my father were in the Navy...neither have/had tattoos...as gently as I can put this, very intelligent people don't get tattoos...I should say, highly intelligent people don't get tattoos...can you think of one genius that has tattoos?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Makes sense.... because when it comes down to it....it's to impress....which may be rooting in lack of attention or in search of more attention.(so that gives one an idea of the persons social dysfunction....that's why BRIEF used the word HIGHLY...in his last statement...he's not saying you are not intelligent...but the HIGHLY intelligent wouldn't need to get it...because they would question why and for what reason? (leading to an intelligent conclusion of why not to do it)).longhair
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Yeah, there are of course exceptions :)
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Like my grandfather who got a tattoo in honor of the son he lost, my dad's brother in WWII. And my dad who had one on his bicep to commemorate his service on a heavy cruiser in the Navy, in the same war, firing the 9 inch guns and losing half his hearing in the battle of Truk Lagoon. Or me, who has a couple, and at 53 has been working on the books since I was 14 and owned three houses and NEVER pulled a crime.

I'm different because I'm still under the illusion that is a free country and if I want permanent artwork on my body I can get it. I guess that would mean if you're against them, you've got your own sense of freedom which I guess doffers from mine and my family.

Kat von D owns a castle in the Hollywood Hills and drives a custom Bentley. Her ex Jesse own more cool cars and motorcycles than all of us combined if you really think only the poor have them.

Neither my dad's or grandfather's faded or blurred before they died. And I've had mine since around 1990 and they look great and I get compliments from even little old lady's about how great they are.

If it's just a "fad", it's a long lived one. They've been around for thousands of years, for thousands, if not more, reasons. Lighten' up. There's worst things to be concerned about in this world. Unless you live a protected life in a protected world that's so hideously boring you actually put time into judging people for decisions about their lives that don't concern you at all.
 Quoting: Captain Spaulding 22387549


My grandfather and my father were in the Navy...neither have/had tattoos...as gently as I can put this, very intelligent people don't get tattoos...I should say, highly intelligent people don't get tattoos...can you think of one genius that has tattoos?
 Quoting: BRIEF


Makes sense.... because when it comes down to it....it's to impress....which may be rooting in lack of attention or in search of more attention.(so that gives one an idea of the persons social dysfunction....that's why BRIEF used the word HIGHLY...in his last statement...he's not saying you are not intelligent...but the HIGHLY intelligent wouldn't need to get it...because they would question why and for what reason? (leading to an intelligent conclusion of why not to do it)).longhair
 Quoting: Daniel of the Rose


Precisely hf
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All cattle gets branded...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Trying to sound profound? Dumbass.
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All cattle gets branded...
 Quoting: BRIEF


Trying to sound profound? Dumbass.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 21028534


What kind of branding do you have sheep?
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I don't trust anyone with a tattoo. Posers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 972619


Me either. Women who collect tattoos for events will soon be ready for the carnival. I collect rocks, children's pictures and always the memory's why would I need a scentless rose, or a butterfly that never strives to reach a cloud?
 Quoting: anonimalle


owww..love the examples.... good stuff!
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