doob

Poplar Bluff, MO

#42 Jun 21, 2012
Reader wrote:
<quoted text>If they are a CONVICTED pedophile then I dont have to judge them, its already been done in a court of law. Obviously you lie so the name "church guy" would fit. Now go tell everyone how much of a christian you are.
So if you suspected they might be a pedophile you would go ahead and let them take care of your three year old.

So it is okay for someone else to judge someone and you will rely on that but you are totally devoid of any judgement?

You obviously have no clue.
church guy

Poplar Bluff, MO

#43 Jun 21, 2012
mmk wrote:
i draw. i have many tattoos. i get what i draw put on my skin. i dont do it for anyones opinion. or crud comments. I do it because i want to. I have a wonderful family very happy with who i am. i dont have any personal defects or what ever you called it.
Lol...vindication!!! Lol
bluff fan

Van Nuys, CA

#44 Jun 21, 2012
church guy. obviously you like to "label" yourself and by judging people based on their tatoos you prove what a true church guy you are. "Judge not, lest you be judged" Sound familier. I thought not
WOW you are dumb

United States

#45 Jun 22, 2012
doob wrote:
<quoted text>
So if you suspected they might be a pedophile you would go ahead and let them take care of your three year old.
So it is okay for someone else to judge someone and you will rely on that but you are totally devoid of any judgement?
You obviously have no clue.
There is a difference in between being careful around someone whom you suspect may be a child molester and judging someone by calling them a child molester or telling everyone they are when there is no proof. Maybe you should go to school and learn the difference.
stringtown mafia

United States

#46 Jun 22, 2012
church guy is a child molester.
Wow

Poplar Bluff, MO

#47 Jun 22, 2012
church guy wrote:
<quoted text>
No it is based on the concept of hedonistic impulse and the requirement for adulation or attention by others.
A hedonistic impulse is doing something based on the gratification and momentary pleasure you get as opposed to the long term ramifications.
Lack of impulse control is a character defect.
How many times have you been bored out of your mind by someone explaining the "deep meaning" involved with their tattoos? Anytime someone needs to get external approval and attention then to qualify that need with stories to add weight shows a lack of self that requires validation.
That is also a character defect. Oddly enough the original value of tattoos through out history is the only reason rarely used in tattooing. Promoting a group identity. Tattoos historically were not about "self expression" they were about passage into a culture or a sub group of a culture. In fact they were signs of conforming to the ideals of these groups.
Military tattoos still harken back to that and, though I hate to admit it, gang type markings have group value.
Look around at all the "look at me" tattoos then spend some time listening to them.
To say it is a character defect is a kindness for some.
There is a reason tattoo removal is booming.....
I think you need to get off your high horse Church Guy. I think tattoos can be very beautiful art work. That is why a lot of people get them. Also I know lots of people who have several tattoos that no one can see if the person is out in public. So it cant be for the look at me factor. I only have one right now but mine will all be in places that can or will be covered for just me to enjoy and other people I choose to show.
stringtown mafia

United States

#48 Jun 22, 2012
Wow wrote:
<quoted text>
I think you need to get off your high horse Church Guy. I think tattoos can be very beautiful art work. That is why a lot of people get them. Also I know lots of people who have several tattoos that no one can see if the person is out in public. So it cant be for the look at me factor. I only have one right now but mine will all be in places that can or will be covered for just me to enjoy and other people I choose to show.
no one wants to see your nasty stank ass crack when you are bending over to show off your tramp stamp.
Wow

Poplar Bluff, MO

#49 Jun 25, 2012
stringtown mafia wrote:
<quoted text>no one wants to see your nasty stank ass crack when you are bending over to show off your tramp stamp.
That is funny! Since you have no idea who I am and I wouldnt get a "tramp stamp" as you call them I believe it is a lower back tattoo thank you very much. But I dont show that much skin in public either I like to wear clothes that cover my body, you know leave a little mystery.
church guy

Poplar Bluff, MO

#50 Jun 25, 2012
WOW you are dumb wrote:
<quoted text>There is a difference in between being careful around someone whom you suspect may be a child molester and judging someone by calling them a child molester or telling everyone they are when there is no proof. Maybe you should go to school and learn the difference.
So you are judging them based on your knowledge without a shred of evidence only your calling what?

So you are saying you would let someone you suspect of being a pedophile take care of your kids right?
church guy

Poplar Bluff, MO

#51 Jun 25, 2012
bluff fan wrote:
church guy. obviously you like to "label" yourself and by judging people based on their tatoos you prove what a true church guy you are. "Judge not, lest you be judged" Sound familier. I thought not
Yeah I will not hold anyone to a standard I do not hold myself too. Yes there is a character defect attached to getting a tattoo.

I am not saying this makes you a bad guy. Even though the type of tattoo you have can say something about you.

I explained what a character defect was a couple of times. It is obvious to anyone with any education on the subject or willingness to research it.

Smoking is also a character defect, gluttony...get it?

There are no such thing as "personal" choices. All choices are predicated on a myriad of things.

Is it because of the "label" of character defect?

Everyone has deficits they need to work on. As far as hidden tattoos not for "look at me" factors. Just be around someone that makes the "reveal".

Tell yourself this is not for display and attention then...
church guy

Poplar Bluff, MO

#52 Jun 25, 2012
bluff fan wrote:
church guy. obviously you like to "label" yourself and by judging people based on their tatoos you prove what a true church guy you are. "Judge not, lest you be judged" Sound familier. I thought not
Again on other thing I am not labeling anyone.
WOW you are dumb

United States

#53 Jun 25, 2012
church guy wrote:
<quoted text>
So you are judging them based on your knowledge without a shred of evidence only your calling what?
So you are saying you would let someone you suspect of being a pedophile take care of your kids right?
what u say cracka?
Mel

United States

#54 Jun 25, 2012
church guy wrote:
<quoted text>
Again on other thing I am not labeling anyone.
I am labeling you a pedophile.
GREG

United States

#55 Jun 25, 2012
You can't argue with church guy or word, they're [email protected] know it all. They rank up there with the other freak reply-spy.
Word

Qulin, MO

#56 Jun 25, 2012
GREG wrote:
You can't argue with church guy or word, they're [email protected] know it all. They rank up there with the other freak reply-spy.
U mad bro? ;)
Reply_Spy

United States

#57 Jun 26, 2012
GREG wrote:
You can't argue with church guy or word, they're [email protected] know it all. They rank up there with the other freak reply-spy.
You dont know your ass from a hole in the ground.
church guy

Poplar Bluff, MO

#58 Jun 26, 2012
GREG wrote:
You can't argue with church guy or word, they're [email protected] know it all. They rank up there with the other freak reply-spy.
Well you cannot argue with church guy because your form of argument is to get angry and call names. If you address the subject and use reason it is easy to make your point and defend your position.

"your gay"

Is not reason it is the admission you have no defense to your position.

"you're a pedophile" speaks volumes concerning the low state of intellect.
Tonya

Qulin, MO

#59 Jun 26, 2012
all tats are is to mark your body so the cops will know who you are !!!!!
Josiah

Poplar Bluff, MO

#61 Oct 7, 2012
church guy wrote:
<quoted text>
No it is based on the concept of hedonistic impulse and the requirement for adulation or attention by others.
A hedonistic impulse is doing something based on the gratification and momentary pleasure you get as opposed to the long term ramifications.
Lack of impulse control is a character defect.
How many times have you been bored out of your mind by someone explaining the "deep meaning" involved with their tattoos? Anytime someone needs to get external approval and attention then to qualify that need with stories to add weight shows a lack of self that requires validation.
That is also a character defect. Oddly enough the original value of tattoos through out history is the only reason rarely used in tattooing. Promoting a group identity. Tattoos historically were not about "self expression" they were about passage into a culture or a sub group of a culture. In fact they were signs of conforming to the ideals of these groups.
Military tattoos still harken back to that and, though I hate to admit it, gang type markings have group value.
Look around at all the "look at me" tattoos then spend some time listening to them.
To say it is a character defect is a kindness for some.
There is a reason tattoo removal is booming.....
As far as visible tatties I have a full sleeve, quarter sleeve and ring finger tat, I do not get tattooed to impress/fit in/be apart of any culture, or for any recognition from anyone. I love and respect art in my own way and I enjoy/love any art that I put on my body. You might carry a picture or someone you care about in your purse/wallet/phone or whatever but I put it on my skin. I don't have to worry about it getting stolen/washed/ruined in any way. It is there for me to enjoy every day of my life and nobody can take that from me. That is something I have you don't. You might not a free but you can't say your right or I'm wrong for it. You are not qualified to judge anyone so keep your opinions to yourself.
mkl

Marquand, MO

#62 Oct 7, 2012
Josiah wrote:
<quoted text>As far as visible tatties I have a full sleeve, quarter sleeve and ring finger tat, I do not get tattooed to impress/fit in/be apart of any culture, or for any recognition from anyone. I love and respect art in my own way and I enjoy/love any art that I put on my body. You might carry a picture or someone you care about in your purse/wallet/phone or whatever but I put it on my skin. I don't have to worry about it getting stolen/washed/ruined in any way. It is there for me to enjoy every day of my life and nobody can take that from me. That is something I have you don't. You might not a free but you can't say your right or I'm wrong for it. You are not qualified to judge anyone so keep your opinions to yourself.
Do they ask you to cover your tattoos where you work at? Has your tattoos ever been a problem in your life?

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