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POSTED BY GRITSFORBREAKFAST By Kelsey Bradshaw, my / San Antonio Express-News April 21, 2017 San Antonio Spurs fans looking to show their team pride with a tattoo are changing their ink plans because of the logo's association with a local gang, local artists say.
Laura Rosario, manager at Ring of Fire downtown, said when customers ask for a Spurs-related tattoo, artists give them a heads up.
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Of course, if the new name's already in use by someone else, the actor can't change her professional name anyway. A common choice is one's mother's maiden name; see Nom de Mom.At one point, Mexican authorities estimated the Texas-based gang accounted for half of all homicides in Juarez.They have also for years operated massive trafficking operations on the US side.Usually, she told my SA.com, locals are already aware of the connection and will ask for a Spurs tattoo in a less visible place."We won't put it on someone's neck or face or further down their arm where someone could see it and assume they're associated with that gang," she said.
Carole Lombard chose her professional surname from a shop sign, for instance.