Get What You Get – A Gumball Machine for Random Tattoo Designs

If you’re looking to get a tattoo, but don’t have a specific design in mind, or if you’re just looking to get a classic tattoo at a discount, the Get What You Want tattoo gumball machine may be just what you’ve been looking for.

Located at the Elm Street Tattoo shop, in Dallas, Texas, the Get What You Get gumball machine is filled with random tattoo designs packed in plastic balls. Interested customers must pay $100 to turn the little knob and have the machine release a random tattoo design which they can then have inked for free at the shop. While there are no bad designs in the bunch, the owner of the Elm Street Tattoo shop anticipated that some people may not be satisfied with their first design, so for an extra $20, they get another turn. You don’t have to get the design tattooed, but the shop does state that the fee for using the Get What You Get machine is not refundable. Continue reading

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Daisy Berkowitz, co-founder and guitarist of Marilyn Manson, has died aged 49

Berkowitz played on Manson’s career-changing 1995 EP Smells Like Children.

Daisy Berkowitz, the founding guitarist in Marilyn Manson‘s band, has died aged 49.

According to to the San Antonio Current, Berkowitz – real name Scott Putesky – died on Sunday (October 22) following a four-year battle with colon cancer.

Scott Putesky met Brian Warner in Florida in 1989 and formed Marilyn Manson & The Spooky Kids. They released their debut album in 1994, the Trent Reznor-produced Portrait Of An American Family. Continue reading

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This Boy Slept for 11 Days Straight and Doctors Have No Idea Why

7-year-old Wyatt Shaw, a 7-year-old boy from Elizabethtown, Kentucky, recently woke up from an 11-day slumber that left doctors scratching their heads. When he finally woke up, the second-grader had trouble speaking and moving around, but has since made good progress and is expected to make a full recovery.

After attending his aunt’s wedding and being the life of the party, Wyatt’s mother, Amy, expected him to sleep in the next day, but she never imagined that it would take 11 days for him to finally wake up. She tried waking him up several times, but Wyatt just couldn’t stay awake, and even though he sometimes opened his eyes, it just seemed like he wasn’t really aware of anything. Continue reading

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