It's your own opinion but I think it's narrow minded to judge people based on the fact that they have tattoos.. By the way, the pic you posted is exactly my point. Not all criminals have tattoos and not all tattooed people are criminals ;)
Imagine if you could live a different person's life every day for a week. For example, one day you'd live a day in the life of an Olympic gold medalist, the day after in the life of a researcher in Antarctica, after that a day in the life of a child living through poverty in Africa, then a day in the life of a billionaire, etc. It would really put your own life in perspective, amirite?
What if people really do see the things that they claim are ghosts, except they aren't really spirits or poltergeists? What if what they're really seeing is a chunk of time that got temporarily lost? So a girl could've been brushing her teeth in your bathroom 50 years ago but that time got mixed up and you're seeing it happen right now. It's not really happening, but you see it. That would be pretty creepy but insanely awesome, amirite?
I understand that. I'm in a silly mood and thought it'd be funny to post a photo of a neo-nazi, who is part of a group which would be considered narrow-minded themselves. I have many friends who have tattoos and I've never been judgemental of them. However, if they were to get a swastika tattooed on their forehead like this fine fellow, I'd probably be less likely to be seen with them.
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