The history of tattoo goes back over 5,000 years. It has been a socially accepted form of art for most of the world for most of that time. These roots span both time and the globe from the Iceman mummy found between the Austrian and Italian Alps to the ancient Egyptians and Greeks, to the incredible art of the Maori, Polynesians and Samoans to the full body suit tattoos of Japan today. The portion of the world that has largely not participated in this illustrious history is the western world. In particular Christians, Jews and Muslims have eschewed tattoos.
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First off, get off the talking point you’ve been fed about second hand smoke, alright? I mean it doesn’t even make freakin’ sense, folks. There always people in society who, if they don’ like a thing themselves, decide that they are going to force everyone else to live like them. I hate those people. I’ll tell you how I think this whole second hand smoke campaign came about: It is very simple, actually.
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Garlic! Garlic is probably the most important of all herbs and vegetables. The reason for this is quite simple: it has healing properties higher than most others. Consequently, most illnesses are at their peaks in winter and having fresh garlic is priceless!
Many believe that the body is something to be worked on to achieve an individualized identity. This fits in with the modern world’s focus on diets, body sculpting, plastic surgery, and spas designed to help people get the look that is wanted. Tattoos are used to scream out someone’s uniqueness. It is ironic that in an attempt to do this, many people opt to get copy cat tattoos instead of having an artist who will design something special.
The latest one comes from the “Alzheimers Research Trust”, suggesting that maybe caffeine is good for memory! Earlier studies suggest it can be good for some eye conditions “blepharospasm”), and lower your risk of diabetes, Parkinsons disease and more.