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Darwin Was a Punk

This group is for all of us who love science and counterculture scenes (punk, metal, industrial, or goth). 

 

Just because you are a skeptic doesn't mean you can't have tats and piercings. :)

Members: 15
Latest Activity: Nov 14

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Awesome science (and skeptic) tattoo's.

Started by Greg Gorey. Last reply by Greg Gorey May 1, 2011. 1 Reply

This is a board for us to post awesome pictures of science and skeptic tattoo's.

Tags: science, punk, tats

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Comment by sway austin on January 6, 2012 at 1:52pm

I grew up on punk rock. Still listen to a lot of it.

Comment by Nichelle Wrenn on December 9, 2011 at 12:12am

Oi! I'm a RIOT GURRL who sold out to join the military. But still one at heart, to steal a feeling from Jonathan. It's like living SLC Punk, without the drugs... or death. I never did acquire the piercings or tats, though. Aiden is coming to Rock Beyond Belief, they are not quite punk but halfway between punk, goth and metal; a.k.a. indescribable.

Comment by Jonathan Pringle on July 13, 2011 at 3:44am
I know the deep south kinda thing greg, I'm from south carolina. i look quite like a punk :d I have a mohawk and a 5/8th's of an inch gauge in my left ear and a carilidge piercing, i'm planning on getting another cartilidge piercing, 2 lip piercings, getting my right ear pierced up and getting my tongue split, then pierced back together. i'm a punk at heart.
Comment by Walter Maki on May 1, 2011 at 1:41pm

I probably would have long hair...but it committed suicide and jumped off the top of my head.

I throw some people of because I look like a redneck and have a truck. But if they think about it not one country song came from those large speakers behind the seat.....All Rock n Roll!

Comment by Walter Maki on May 1, 2011 at 12:37pm

So far I only have one tat, do want more just can afford. My ear has been pierced 1986. Had to give up the tongue piercing due to dental issues. I remember the punk scene when it was new. I have been a fan of metal since the '70's (yes I'm that old :P) I always enjoyed thing that expressed attitude and breaking the molds of conformity. 

And last but not least....SCIENCE ROCKS!!!

 

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