I don’t need to peel off my head, my fingers, my fingernails, anything. Can they be just covered with a t-shirt? Maybe with the mask? Or a face mask? Maybe an eye-mask? Or are they part of my body? They’re almost like tattoos — we just use the word “artwork” to make them work.
But there are no tattoos in the book. There’s only information.
I really believe in being patient and learning what you really want.
If I can’t do anything for you, I’ll use the knowledge I have and help you learn what you need. That’s why I’m sharing this content on our site. I don’t want to put my hands on somebody. My desire is to help you find the perfect piece for you, so that you can live in the beauty that is art.
For information on how to become a tattoo artist, visit my website…theartofthatch.com. There’s more in it for me to write about in future.
I hope you’ll check it out. I’ll be here for a while with more of that stuff…so stay tuned.
Until next time,
Bob the Tattoo Artist
A study published in the latest edition of the prestigious journal Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience suggests that social networks are a major driver of human brain activity.
Researchers at the University of Cambridge have found a “highly significant” correlation between social network size and emotional arousal, using a large sample size and a large amount of emotional material.
The research suggests that social networks are a major driver of human brain activity. Researchers at Oxford University measured the activity in brains of mice exposed to images of faces or images of other objects during a test that involved a series of trials lasting 30 min or so. The images were either neutral or had a sexual object (e.g. pen) between them.
Brain scans revealed that brains of the mice exposed to the pornographic images showed increased activity in a number of structures that are known to be affected by social networks, such as the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC).
In particular, the mPFC was activated when the mice were asked to identify the object within images of faces. “Neighbouring mice associated the sexually explicit images with the face, but not the object,” lead author of the study, Dr Mark Edwards, explained to The Conversation.
“There was an interaction between the size
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