So my last pulse...I didn't post yesterday and I was sort of looking for something to say and well that was all that was on my mind. I went out to a greenhouse last night and stocked up on raspberry and blueberry plants and some garlic bulbs and this morning I planted them. I have a dozen new raspberry plants and two new blueberry plants. I think I must've planted about 100 garlic bulbs. I also planted some grass seed from where the concrete company tore up my new driveway and just packed down dirt. Anyway, I'm sort of tired but I'm here to drop some tattoos on you or whatever. I'm not good with the slang any longer.
Back when I asked you to think of historical figures to see if there were tattoos of those people, @distractedbyzombies
mentioned Caesar. Well I didn't know if he meant Julius Caesar, Caesar Augustus or this guy, Caesar Chavez. I am shocked I found two Caesar Chavez tattoos.
I love these Hunter S Thompson tattoos.
So while looking for Hunter S Thompson tattoos I stumbled across this one. It's not really Thompson but Johnny Depp as Thompson. I could imagine someone going into a tattoo parlor saying how much they love Hunter S Thompson and they present a photo they want tattooed and it's a photo of Johnny Depp from Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
This might be the best Lenin tattoo I've ever seen but then it's the only Lenin tattoo I've ever seen.
Il Papa...looking rather satanic. I'm just surprised there aren't any swastikas on that tattoo just for good measure.
Princess Dianna...I've had this in my files for quite some time because I couldn't figure out what that was in her mouth but then I sort of figured it was what was rumored to be her last meal but I was hoping it was a giant dill pickle. I can't say that is the worst tribute to her. That honor goes to the Beanie Baby that bore her name. That thing was demonic.
And while I'm covering the royal family...seriously? Remember all the hoopla behind that wedding. And we never got to see any boobs.
A while back I posted a photo of a Skrillex tattoo and a day or so later I received an email and comment from the owner of that tattoo. Well I don't think my comments were any worse than some of the ones where I got this photo from on Tumblr. That person was labeled a waste of a human. I do love the fact that someone took time out of their life to create a Xanga account to tell me what a horrible person I am for mocking a Skrillex tattoo. That guy is now number three.
The Beatles...this may be one of the best Beatles tattoos I've come across.
I can't remember if I posted this but here's zombie Johnny Cash. He walks the line for brains
Here's zombie Buddy Holly. If'n you knew, Peggy Sue had tasty brains then you'd know why zombie Buddy Holly is blue.
Ed Gein...I was just reading an article about the Amittyville Horror and how people in Amittyville don't like to talk about the murders or the supposed haunting. They should've did what the residents of Plainfield, WI did after Gein's trial; they burned down his farm. This way you don't have tourists gawking at the house of horrors or people trying to make money on his ghoulish practices.
Jack Nicholson...that is quite an amazing tattoo. I can't believe they even captured the smoke ring. The only drawback to that tattoo is the way his lips are pursed. If that is a girl who has that tattoo I may have really bad aim.
Josef Stalin...they said he was the man of steel but the person who bears his image doesn't look his has much steel to him.
John Stewart...of course there's a tattoo of John Stewart, he's our most important Jew.
Vin Scully...legendary Los Angeles Dodgers broadcaster. Sometimes baseball can be quite boring and the only way it's made enjoyable is the play-by-play men. There have been three that I've enjoyed that can paint baseball in a way that makes it so vivid that I don't even have to see it with my eyes but can see it with my ears. Those three are Vin Scully, Harry Caray, and Bob Uecker. I loved Caray more for his inane conversation. But Vin Scully, there was just something so relatable to that guy. I always remember hearing him call a game and when going through injuries he said a player's name and announced he was day to day. Then he said, "aren't we all." That sort of blew my mind because I wouldn't think of something so deep during a baseball game.
He was the greatest boxer of all time and now Muhammad Ali is the greatest tattoo of all time.
Lou Gehrig...today, I will feel like the luckiest man on the face of the earth if you leave me some eprops.