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Firefighter Tattoo Network

Sorry, I have not written much lately.  I had some time home over the holidays so I decided to do my usual web surfing and look for some things to post on the blog.  I came across an interesting site today called Strike the Box.  This website is a collection of photos showing over 4,500 firefighter tattoos.  Each tattoo photo contains a link to the bio of the firefighter who has the tattoo.

If you are thinking about getting inked, I highly recommend checking out some of these amazing tattoos.  The site allows firefighters to post their tattoos and members can to vote on some of the best new tattoos.

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