The Inconsolable Isolation of Intimacy ( EP, ) ** Tiare Helberg's The Inconsolable Isolation of Intimacy EP contains some of the wettest balladry I've had the displeasure to hear in quite some time. What's more, David Skeet's so-called Mellotron flutes and strings on Tattooed Cards and Matador Of Love are quite clearly nothing of the sort.
I read this book the fall semester of my junior and instantly I fell in love with it because I saw for the very first time a person who genuinely cared about others and wasn't afraid to stand with them in their time of need. I also loved the fact that he founded Homeboy.
The Surprising Way a Tattoo can Affect how you’re Perceived Tattoos seem to have become more and more popular in recent years, and psychology has uncovered some interesting insights into how having one may affect others’ perceptions and behaviour towards you.
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate how tattoos can be considered documents of an individual’s identity, experiences, status and actions in a given context, relating to ideas stating that archival records/documents can be of many types and have different functions. The paper also wants to discuss how tattoos serve as a bank of memories and evidence on a living body; in this respect.
Feb 01, · Tattoo colorants are typically pigments — intensely colored compounds that can reflect light in the visible region of the light spectrum — as opposed to dyes, which require a physical or chemical interaction to be anchored into place. In other words, dyes must react with the surface of the skin to develop their color and stay in place.
Jun 26, · Tattoos on the Heart and other reflections. June 26, Recently, I read the book Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion by Gregory Boyle (, Free Press). I do not remember how I learned of the book (I am thinking it may have been a library search) but for whichever way it came across my path, I’m glad that it did.