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Subject: [Leica] vets tattoos
From: walt at (Walt Johnson)
Date: Mon Oct 15 10:44:07 2007
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I'd guess it was burning in, not dodging. and reminds me of working for 
Gannett. Great shot though no matter the printing techs.Another winner 
by Mr. Kyle.

Philippe Orlent wrote:
> A book full of these, and less obvious dodging, would be another winner.
> Thanks for showing,
> Philippe
> Op 11-okt-07, om 23:22 heeft Kyle Cassidy het volgende geschreven:
>> Tom Murtha began using his skin as canvass in 1954 when he got back from
>> Korea. Significant events from that time as a Navy Corpsman and from his
>> life in the early sixty's as a Marine in Vietnam are marked in ink. His
>> bronze star, his purple heart, the units he served with, and those he
>> lost. On his chest it says "Not all wounds are visible." The wars have
>> never left Tom.
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