Beginning Feb. 1, the Air Force will no longer enforce its 25 percent tattoo rule, the service announced Tuesday.
Airmen were previously not allowed to have tattoos on the chest, back, arms and legs that were larger than 25 percent of the exposed body part. Now, they could have full tattoo sleeves on their arms or large back pieces if they so choose.
Tattoos, body markings or brands on the head, neck, face, tongue, lips and/or scalp are still prohibited, according to an Air Force news release. Tattoos on the hands will be limited to one single-band ring tattoo, on one finger. Airmen who already have hand tattoos that were already authorized will be grandfathered in, according to the release....
ππ on me way home, we have a nose wind, so it's slow going. Bro Christopher, great minds think alike, I tied me yellow work high vis shirt too it. It's about time we Australians came clean about taking that America cup of you back in the 1980s the winged keel, it was me upside down, strapped to the boat, with a couple a bull rings to flare each nostril.
Picture if you will, A tiny 5 door Toyota yaris sardine can, cruising along the Hume freeway,as we speak. I'm in the back,crammed against the door with a carseat firmly pressed against my other side 5 of us, 2 carseats lol. Me nose hanging out the window. Now you all best not be gender assigning, cos I really don't know if I'm big bird or gonzo! Or Mr snuffalufficus, coming home from a flowered powered concert
Up this way, the EPA calls it the whiffer sniffer, as it takes out our shorelines sniffing for buried vegemite. They've buried landmines and habinero peppers hoping to either blow it apart or cause enough pain that'll make him think twice about doing it again. We'll see...
Dave wrote: No, no Rodney, the confusion started when I was laying on my back looking up at the stars. That's when NASA got the photo, they actually thought Ken ham was starting his life size replica of mt Ararat, but in the second photo they can see I've rolled onto my side and it was just me knuckle magnet of a nose in the photo not mt Ararat.
Thanks for the clarification, bro. Please forgive my confusion.
No, no Rodney, the confusion started when I was laying on my back looking up at the stars. That's when NASA got the photo, they actually thought Ken ham was starting his life size replica of mt Ararat, but in the second photo they can see I've rolled onto my side and it was just me knuckle magnet of a nose in the photo not mt Ararat.
I think I'll change my name to Vegemo dollar, and get me a 65 million buck planes that, well that you won't really hear about in the sacred word of god. And I reckon the way things are going with the spread of Islam, Vegemite and camel's milk may very well end up on some mobs Tucker.
John UK wrote: Rodney, that's expensive, even for Jordan water. Or is it a very big phial? Anyway it won't work a miracle on Dave's tattoo, even if mixed with vegemite.
Hey, if you want a big money tree to grow, you've got to plant a big seed of faith. And you never know what kind of miracle that Jordan water have in it. Why there's probably 4,000 years of sanctified camel slobber in it. You got any idea what camel slobber will do if you mix it with Vegemite? Yeah, me neither. But if Davo can raise the cash, the delusion - er - blessing can be his!
Dave wrote: Well I've posed this question before,without response. Before being saved I had a yin and yan tattooed on my chest. That's a pagan religious symbol. Should I have it removed I wonder
Dave, I would say not. But keep it covered up.
All the Christians I know with tattoos do not waste money on removal. Besides, it might help to keep you humble, forcing you to remember your dark past. In that case, it could help to keep you filled with the Spirit. IMHO ___________
Rodney, that's expensive, even for Jordan water. Or is it a very big phial? Anyway it won't work a miracle on Dave's tattoo, even if mixed with vegemite.
Christopher000 wrote: Ha, you're too much and have way too much time on your vegemite stained teeth and hands. π
I believe our dear friend Dave has spent a little too much time in the bush. Enduring the heat. Dehydrated. Having Vegemite delusions. I hope he doesn't stumble upon any Hillsong CDs. In his current condition, he might be tempted to play one or two of them. Next thing you know, he'll be sending $777 for a vial of water from the River Jordan and a prayer cloth. Dear me.