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Geocaching Tattoo


psychoraven102
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I often wonder what would happen if you got a letter from a laywer in the mail saying that your skin is infringing on a trademark.. :laughing:

 

I like the TB idea - Just the Barcode Scarab, and a number below it though.

 

According to the Copyright Law, Tattoo's are not in any violation of any copyright laws, therefor you will not be getting any letters in the mail

 

:lol:

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What do you do if Groundspeak will change the logo?

 

Reguardless if Groundspeak changes the logo, it is still a symbol for the start of geocaching to me, It has been a huge part of my life for years now and has brought me to meet some of the greatest people I will ever encounter. The Tattoo marks a point of my life that I will never regret and will always have stories about and always remember whether or not the Logo changes. Also whether or not I continue in the sport or not.

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I often wonder what would happen if you got a letter from a laywer in the mail saying that your skin is infringing on a trademark.. :D

 

I like the TB idea - Just the Barcode Scarab, and a number below it though.

 

I often wonder what would happen if you got a letter from a laywer in the mail saying that your skin is infringing on a trademark.. B)

 

I like the TB idea - Just the Barcode Scarab, and a number below it though.

 

According to the Copyright Law, Tattoo's are not in any violation of any copyright laws, therefor you will not be getting any letters in the mail

 

:D

A case can be mad against the tattooer for profiting from the reproduction, but all the tattooed would have to say is "It was done for free."

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even more, what do you do if you lose interest in geocaching?

 

To quote the great Henry Rollins...."Tattoos are a road map of your life"

 

Henry was 'the man' during the Black Flag years (just dated myself). My parents thought I was the devil - LOL. Years later .......... I have kids.....Wear dress cloths everyday...and of course geocache...what the heck happened to me ...LOL

 

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Yes - I have ink

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even more, what do you do if you lose interest in geocaching?

 

To quote the great Henry Rollins...."Tattoos are a road map of your life"

 

Harry was 'the man' during the Black Flag years (just dated myself). My parents thought I was the devil - LOL. Years later .......... I have kids.....Wear dress cloths everyday...and of course geocache...what the heck happened to me ...LOL

 

P.S

Yes - I have ink

I have to fight to keep all my vinyl (love it, live it, lick it) non stage cloths. :D

As of my 35th birthday, my wife refuses to leave the house with me if I don't have "normal" cloths on.

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Wish I could remember his name...

 

We were on a weekend geocaching competition in TN and a newbie was assigned to our team.

 

He was, shall we say, enthused! Manic might be more accurate.

 

That Saturday night he went to town and came back inked with a geocaching tattoo on his neck, the Groundspeak logo if I recall correctly.

 

By Sunday afternoon he was tired of caching and left, never to be heard from again!

 

But he will forever have a reminder of his one exuberant caching weekend. :lol:

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even more, what do you do if you lose interest in geocaching?

 

To quote the great Henry Rollins...."Tattoos are a road map of your life"

 

Henry was 'the man' during the Black Flag years (just dated myself). My parents thought I was the devil - LOL. Years later .......... I have kids.....Wear dress cloths everyday...and of course geocache...what the heck happened to me ...LOL

 

P.S

Yes - I have ink

 

Hank still is 'the man' :unsure:

 

I don’t have any specific geocaching ink – although I do love that compass rose one a few posts up and would definitely consider having something like that – but all these “what if you go off geocaching?”, “what if they change the logo?” questions are similar to stuff I’ve had thrown at me over the years. I do have tattoos that relate to past enthusiasms – bands I don’t listen to so much any more etc – but I most certainly don’t regret any of them. They all meant a lot to me at the time – I wouldn’t have a tattoo that didn’t have strong meaning to me – and so they all represent parts of my life that I am happy to remember.

 

Having said all that, the chappy who had a neck tattoo (there’s your first no-no right there :( ) relating to a game he had played for one whole day, sounds a little hasty lol

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Saw one TB tat with a trackable number at GW8. I've got it writ down somewhere, I'm sooo far behind in logging my discoveries. Terribly busy weekend with almost 300 miles driving. Managed to squeeze in a few caches on the run, too.

 

My only tattoo is a medical one, near my navel. Long story, won't bother anyone with the details.

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I know probably two or three people who have trackable tattoos... I'm getting one myself, my dog tag that I carry around on my keychain so that people can discover me is getting worn, and I haven't gotten a tattoo dedicated to geocaching yet. I think it's time. :unsure:

 

My husband and I love tattoos... probably 40-ish between the two of us.

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I know probably two or three people who have trackable tattoos... I'm getting one myself, my dog tag that I carry around on my keychain so that people can discover me is getting worn, and I haven't gotten a tattoo dedicated to geocaching yet. I think it's time. :(

 

My husband and I love tattoos... probably 40-ish between the two of us.

 

:unsure:

 

You must receive Harry & David baskets around Christmas from your local tattoo shop.

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I know probably two or three people who have trackable tattoos... I'm getting one myself, my dog tag that I carry around on my keychain so that people can discover me is getting worn, and I haven't gotten a tattoo dedicated to geocaching yet. I think it's time. :unsure:

 

My husband and I love tattoos... probably 40-ish between the two of us.

You should do a QR code for the travel bug log page. (see QR code thread for cool info including embedding the log type into the QR code)

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Saw one TB tat with a trackable number at GW8. I've got it writ down somewhere, I'm sooo far behind in logging my discoveries. Terribly busy weekend with almost 300 miles driving. Managed to squeeze in a few caches on the run, too.

 

My only tattoo is a medical one, near my navel. Long story, won't bother anyone with the details.

 

The question is....

 

Did you get a prosthetic replacement?

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Saw one TB tat with a trackable number at GW8. I've got it writ down somewhere, I'm sooo far behind in logging my discoveries. Terribly busy weekend with almost 300 miles driving. Managed to squeeze in a few caches on the run, too.

 

My only tattoo is a medical one, near my navel. Long story, won't bother anyone with the details.

 

The question is....

 

Did you get a prosthetic replacement?

 

Cancer treatment. Mind moving on now?

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Saw one TB tat with a trackable number at GW8. I've got it writ down somewhere, I'm sooo far behind in logging my discoveries. Terribly busy weekend with almost 300 miles driving. Managed to squeeze in a few caches on the run, too.

 

My only tattoo is a medical one, near my navel. Long story, won't bother anyone with the details.

 

The question is....

 

Did you get a prosthetic replacement?

 

Cancer treatment. Mind moving on now?

 

I know why people get medical tattoos.

 

I wasnt trying to make you uncomfortable. Sorry.

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This isn't at all geocache related but just thought I'd share. I was diagnosed with terminal cancer at 19, and given less than a year. I am 28 now ( and cancer free), I wear all of my scars from the ordeal with pride. I beat testicular cancer and have a larger one ball tat on my right arm for all the world to see. Hope I didn't offend and I really hope you are doing well.

~Rich

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I know probably two or three people who have trackable tattoos... I'm getting one myself, my dog tag that I carry around on my keychain so that people can discover me is getting worn, and I haven't gotten a tattoo dedicated to geocaching yet. I think it's time. :lol:

 

My husband and I love tattoos... probably 40-ish between the two of us.

 

:(

 

You must receive Harry & David baskets around Christmas from your local tattoo shop.

 

No... but we should!!! I mean heck, we're putting their children through college!

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