Comments for: Jello wrestling highlights Rock & Tattoo Expo in Lewiston

Posted Sept. 23, 2012, at 10:32 p.m.

LEWISTON | The Jello-wrestling competition may have been a bit light on contestants, but it was definitely slimy on fun at this year’s Rock & Tattoo Expo. In the end, there were no winners. There were, however, three friends cheered on by a crowd and covered from head to …

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  • Anonymous

    Over or under on 75% there having EBT cards…LOL..

  • Anonymous

    dangerous stuff keep back 500 ft.

  • Anonymous

    Generalize much? I have a tat. It means alot to me. Got it down at Ft. Dix back in ’05. I figured after having a rough year at my job I deserved it. I’ve never ever even come close to having an EBT card. Even lived in my car  for a while but didn’t go there.

  • skowhegan and lewiston, the tramp stamp, skank  capitols of the country

    http://flowingdata.com/2011/01/30/what-your-state-is-the-worst-at-united-states-of-shame/

    • Anonymous

      So you must think that everyone with a motorcycle is a drug dealing useless bully in need of a bath?

  • Anonymous

    As if the Tattoo Festival wasn’t trashy enough.

  • according to talkshow host michael savage, welfare recipients and other
    unemployed bozos that got all tattooed up, now want the federal
    government to pay to have tattoos removed   

  • Millicent

    for those that are trashing tats you’d be surprised as to those that have them, but you just can’t see them. Many professionals, military, and people from all walks of life – who are you to judge what one does with their own body? I have a tat in honor of my father, who died almost 20 years ago. It’s not visible to you most of the time. I’ll be getting another one soon in remembrance of my mother who recently passed. I’m not on any government welfare program, and many people who have them are also not on any welfare program. 

    Don’t like tats, don’t get one.

    • Anonymous

      What if you get one and decide you don’t like it after all?

      • Anonymous

        Cover it up with something you do like or have it removed.

        • Anonymous

          Removal’s a good idea, but it’s expensive, time consuming, painful, and not always successful.  It’s better not to be tattoed in the first place. 

          I know because I’ve had them removed myself.

      • Millicent

        I took my time in deciding – in fact, mine is actually a replica of a piece of jewelry my father gave me when I was a child. I recommend anyone thinking of getting a tat to take their time to decide on what they want, and placement. But one can have it covered up, or removed. 

  • Tedlick Badkey

    Bring on the prudes!!!

  • Anonymous

    slow news day…..

  • Tedlick Badkey

    -bad post-

  • Any truth to the rumor that Courtney Love was the master of ceremonies?

  •  Ahhhh.The sights,sounds,and smells of Lewiston.

  • Anonymous

    Looks like some of those people there have had a little too much Jello.

  • its the middle of the night right now in skowhegan and lewiston
    soon it will 1PM and the tattooed girls from skowhegan and lewiston will be waking up for the day

    •  1:15 it will be bath salt time.

  • Anonymous

    Who wants to get a tat and look like every other grandmother!!!!

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