SAVE MY INK...SAVE MY SKIN....
Operations are returning to normal at Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau Airport after smoke forced the evacuation of most of the airport terminal late Thursday morning. The smoke was seen coming from a staircase in a building near the domestic departures area of the airport, prompting authorities to order the evacuation as a preventive measure. A representative for the airport told CBC News that two domestic gates were closed. The airport later issued a tweet indicating that the evacuation was preventative and that passengers were being allowed back in. Nine fire trucks and about 20 firefighters were involved in the operation. There was no panic involved in the operation, according to one passenger aboard an Air Canada flight from Winnipeg that arrived at the Montreal terminal at 11:29 a.m., just as the evacuation was underway.CBC Read More>>>>>>
New trend for freaks with tattoos:
Would YOU have a dead loved one's TATTOO put in a frame? Bizarre new service offers to remove inked skin and turn it into a memento
A tattoo artist has launched a new macabre service, removing inked skin from dead people and preserving them for their relatives. According to Save My Ink, the process allows tattoo enthusiasts to bequeath an actual part of themselves 'just like a house, wedding ring or any other cherished possession'. The skin is put through a chemical and enzymatic process to permanently alter the chemical structure of the tissue and stop it from decaying.So far the service, which was officially launched in America last week, has successfully preserved 21 tattoos - with 100 per cent accuracy. Charles Hamm, 60, founder of Save My Ink, also known as the National Association for the Preservation of Skin Art, said they hope to serve tattoo enthusiasts worldwide. Daily Mail Read More>>>>