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Tattoo culture never fades away

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“I run a $33 million stockroom and having tattoos has never affected the skills that I have,” says Tomas Ledesma.

“I run a $33 million stockroom and having tattoos has never affected the skills that I have,” says Tomas Ledesma.

Photo by Allison Weseman/Contributor

Photo by Allison Weseman/Contributor

“I run a $33 million stockroom and having tattoos has never affected the skills that I have,” says Tomas Ledesma.

Allison Weseman,
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“At first, I always got small tattoos in covert places with the intentions of being able to cover them up for any jobs I would apply for. I’ve always wanted tattoos because my older sister had tattoos. It wasn’t until my first one when I realized how these tattoos should really be [about] myself,” said Danielle Ranoa.

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