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I would like to hear that explanation myself. Let"s see. Marines, tats, Navy, tats, Army, tats. Air Force ow that hurts. (Jk). Tats have been an integral part of our military for at least 100 years. Last I checked most were pretty discipline
Not to divert the conversation off topic, but tattoos were historically only common in the Navy with enlisted ranks. For officers, it was not considered appropriate back in the day. If an officer had a tattoo in the 80's or 90's, they were likely a Mustang (former enlisted) or a warrant officer.

Maybe the discipline thing the poster was alluding to is relating to the body as a temple concept? But as you suggest, that is highly subjective as to whether getting a tattoo is indicative of not having discipline. I've never had one, but I imagine it takes a decent level of discipline to sit there while that needle is doing its thing.
 

Not to divert the conversation off topic, but tattoos were historically only common in the Navy with enlisted ranks. For officers, it was not considered appropriate back in the day. If an officer had a tattoo in the 80's or 90's, they were likely a Mustang (former enlisted) or a warrant officer.

Maybe the discipline thing the poster was alluding to is relating to the body as a temple concept? But as you suggest, that is highly subjective as to whether getting a tattoo is indicative of not having discipline. I've never had one, but I imagine it takes a decent level of discipline to sit there while that needle is doing its thing.
you get used to it after a while...
 



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Wonder where Jurgens is going to end up ... a 2nd round draft pick is too valuable to leave sitting on the bench ... Kelce is coming back for another year - a 13-year, 35 year old veteran probably has only a year or two left ... I suspect Jurgens ends up at guard.
I read somewhere that he is indeed trying out at guard while Kelce is still there.
 




@HuskerWeatherman

Wonder where Jurgens is going to end up ... a 2nd round draft pick is too valuable to leave sitting on the bench ... Kelce is coming back for another year - a 13-year, 35 year old veteran probably has only a year or two left ... I suspect Jurgens ends up at guard.

Yeah, the Eagles plan to get Cam into the OG rotation this season.

Kelce has been year-to-year for a while now. :) But he's still one of the top 1-2 centers in the NFL. And I'm sure the Super Bowl loss left him hungry -- like a lot of other Eagles.

I wasn't surprised Jason returned for next season -- but I would if it's beyond 2024.

Here's a related article: https://www.nbcsports.com/philadelp...ring-way-jordan-davis-cam-jurgens-nakobe-dean
 





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