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03-31-2012, 03:41 PM
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Tattoo shops in Montreal

Hey guys I come in peace.

Just wondering if anyone from Mtl knows a really good tattoo shop or artist that specializes in Japanese tattoos? I heard about PSC Tattoo and they have a very talented artist there. Can anyone confirm this or give me some insight on some artists who are very reputable?

Money isn't a factor nor is wait time.

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There s a whole bunch of good shop with great artist but I'd like to drop my own shop as a great up and coming place to get ink.we have 2 artist that work full time that specialize in traditional tattoo s,and were always down to take walk in customers.and you can always come in and check out our work,or you can also check us out on Facebook page under Le rock shop

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You should drop by Excentrik, on Saint-Denis and close to the corner of Bienville, located in the Plateau. Not too sure if he specializes in Japanese art, but Patrick Morency does have a few pieces of Japanese culture in his portfolio that look nice. My wife and I have done business with him and he is very professional and does amazing work.

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Hai guys,

I simply want to know if there is only this site (http://www.sportifs.qc.ca/accueil) which offers organized trips or you have others than this one?

I'd like to see the Habs in another arena next season.

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OT Cabin in the Woods.

I wouldn't usually post a topic regarding a movie, but this is more then a movie it's a f'ing genius masterpiece! One of the best movies I have ever seen period and should be seen by all, before people ruin it for you guys and girls! So if you get a chance to see this post before it's get moved. GO SEE CABIN IN THE WOODS! I promise you that you won't be disappointed if your a fan of the horror genre.

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I wouldn't usually post a topic regarding a movie, but this is more then a movie it's a f'ing genius masterpiece! One of the best movies I have ever seen period and should be seen by all, before people ruin it for you guys and girls! So if you get a chance to see this post before it's get moved. GO SEE CABIN IN THE WOODS! I promise you that you won't be disappointed if your a fan of the horror genre.


It looks awful tbh, but most people on the Internets praise it.


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On the subject of Tattoos, how long does it take to book a good artist? I've been wanting to get work done for a long time, and my friend told me he'd go with he so we don't both back out. We want to go this summer, should we book an appointment soon, or is a few weeks/a month good enough advance?

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It looks awful tbh, but most people on the Internets praise it.
The trailer is misleading as hell. It's nowhere near a normal horror movie. It's closer to a dark comedy.
It's a very fun and refreshing movie.

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It looks awful tbh, but most people on the Internets praise it.

It's not what you think.. But I don't wanna say anything to spoil it. If you have an extra $10 laying around do yourself a favour and waste you money on this movie.

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I just came back from watching that movie. It's good but I can understand why some people wouldn't like it. I just regret not watching it while baked.

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French versions of English songs on the radio

What's the deal with all the french versions of American pop songs on the radio recently? Is there some new dumb law about it?

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You mean the bilingual songs?

Anyway, don't listen the radio dude, it's too mainstream.

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You would have had nightmares in the 60s. There was zero english music in Quebec and crafty managers would make tons of money creating hits by adapting english songs in french from American Boysbands. So you would never hear the original songs. To this day my mother's generation thinks all these songs came come from here and when I hear one of their version of those songs, I'm pretty disgusted.

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Most of radio station in Quebec have to play at least something like 67% of french music becauce of the CRTC. so it's a way to bypass the law.

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You say that like it's a new thing...


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The artist devide to sing another version with marie-mai or simple plan, I don't really see a problem with that...

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1 out of every 5 songs has to be from a Canadian artist. I guess that's how they bypass this law.

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quotesLes stations de radio de langue française doivent consacrer au moins 65 % de leur programmation hebdomadaire de musique populaire à de la musique de langue française.

Les stations de radio commerciale doivent également veiller à ce qu'au moins 55 % de la musique populaire diffusée entre 6 h et 18 h, du lundi au vendredi, soit de langue française.

Toutes les stations doivent s'assurer qu'au moins 35 % de la musique populaire qu'elles diffusent chaque semaine est de contenu canadien.


So I don't think a version with 2-3 sentence with marie-mai counts as a french song. Anyway if the artist want to adapt his/her song to our reality I really don't see why someone would find that disturbing?

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Most of radio station in Quebec have to play at least something like 67% of french music becauce of the CRTC. so it's a way to bypass the law.
This.

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Most of radio station in Quebec have to play at least something like 67% of french music becauce of the CRTC. so it's a way to bypass the law.
Yeah that should explain it. I use to listen to 94.3 Energy radio if I wanted to listen to actual music, but this bilingual crap has really lost me as a fan.

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It's a revenge. Since Franck Sinatra stole "My Way" from Claude Francois we try to make it even.

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