nos-trum. pronunciation: \nos'-trum\. noun. Etymology: Latin, neuter of noster our, ours.
1. a medicine of secret composition recommended by its preparer but usually without scientific proof of its effectiveness.
2. a usually questionable remedy or scheme.
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Friday, September 3, 2010

What Would Ann Landers Say About Women Getting Tattoo's?

This quote from Matt Labash's column went viral, but I couldn't help repeating it. 

As a doctor I really dislike tattoo's.  They cause all kinds of medical problems:  getting them, having them, and getting rid of them.  For the whole, hilarious article go here.  (With a hat tip to GruntDoc)
Here’s a tattoo rule of thumb: Only get one if your job entails shooting people, if you’re an ultimate fighter, or as a safety issue, if you find yourself wrongly incarcerated, and displaying your affiliation with the Aryan Brotherhood will help make prison showers less eventful.
--Matt Labash, The Daily Caller, Aug 31.

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