Lea Michelle of Glee fame just went on David Letterman and revealed that she has, to quote LeBron James "not one, not two, not three…" but no less than 14 tattoos! To look at Ms Michelle, one might be surprised that she possesses even one mark on her, but it turns out that is all by design. Each one of her tattoos is tiny, and located in a secret spot on her body. Apparently lacking a 15th such spot anywhere on her "real estate" as she refers to her corporeal form, she claims that it would be impossible for her to get any more. In other news, baseball has been officially replaced as America's Pastime in favor of a new game called "Imagining Lea Michelle's Tattoo Locations."
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In Osaka Japan, where tattoos are deeply associated with the Yakuza or criminal underworld, the mayor has called for all municipal workers to reveal whether they have any ink, and he has threatened to withhold promotions for anyone who refuses to reveal their status. Some workers have submitted to the inquiry, while others have stood their ground, feeling that such questioning is an invasion of privacy and an overreach of power.
And finally, in Houston, a man with a pot leaf tattoo on his face is being sought in connection with a bus-stop robbery. This reminds me of a quote by Lao Tsu:
He who commits crimes should never tattoo his face
For such a man is an unconscionable dumb-ass
Who will be arrested shortly
Wise words to live by, we'd say. See you next week!