They say if you want to know a person see who his friends are. Here you go, heres a couple of em. Tim Hendricks / Toby Morse. Friendship. Photo Tim Hendricks (Timer) SelfMade Photo for the PMA machine I love you both like brothers.
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Beats by Dre, the game before the game. Dope intro cinema photography, runs a little long, but dope video.
Coming Soon ~ The PMA machine, brought to you by @lukewessman and @timhendricks. $100 from every sale of a limited edition PMA Machine will go to a foundation, charity or good cause, each quarter year we will pick a new one to donate to. This quarter will be onelifeonechance.com. OLOC’s mission is to engage and inspire elementary, middle and high school students to make healthy choices and live a Drug Free life. This is what PMA means to us: PMA is a acronym for Positive Mental Attitude. For us it traces back to a book from 1960 by Napoleon Hill called “Success through a Positive Mental Attitude” by way of our dear friend @tobymorse (lead singer of H2O). We have our whole bodies full of tattoos, some profound statements, some mark great journeys, memorials, or just great moments, but the PMA tattoo is something special. It is useful in our daily lives as we find ourselves with may moments and interactions that desire one of two choices, positivity or negativity. So we get PMA tattooed on us, it isn’t necessarily because we are happy and super positive all the time, no, we get it to give ourselves a constant reminder that we have a choice. Choose PMA, it’s always the best choice.
I had the pleasure and honor of being featured on a great new site for women called Porn For Women Thank you Sarah.
“Luke Wessman is a gentleman, in every sense of the word. The self-made tattoo artist hailing from Southern California, works at Wooster Street Social Club in New York City. At the Beverly Hills home of fashion designer Max Azria, we sat down to discuss his philosophy on being a gentleman, friendship, and one of his most important tattoos.”
Where I come a man has to answer for the things he says, but in the web people are free to hate and hide. This new modern age of keyboard comfort, people really feel comfortable getting out of line, throwing all manners and class out the window. Now, everyone is entitled to their own opinions, but openly insulting a stranger on the internet is weak and cheap. Who has time for that nonsense, good luck haters, you’re gonna need it.