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Saturday, 4 September 2010

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Jesse James getting his latest tattoo which is a tattoo of his girlfriend Kat Von D topless.

LONG BEACH, California - The man whom many once referred to as Mr. Sandra Bullock has finally shown that he can smile.

After months and months of walking around with an inbred mope on his face, the man now known as the ex-Mr. Sandra Bullock seems to have all but forgotten that he was once married to the woman who won this year's Oscar for Best Actress...ah Sandra Bullock, the mother of the little 'Cajun Cookie' Louis Bardo.

Jesse James owner of West Coast Choppers, as well as about 47 tattoos of all sizes, shapes, and colors says that he has finally found the true love of his life.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Well that's so nice to hear, since he only went through about a dozen or so tattooed skanks to get to his present tattooed skank.]

And just exactly who is his new "Ink Woman?" Well her name is Katherine Drachenberg. She is 28, and she was born in Monterrey, Mexico. Her father was a part time bullfighter and her mother worked in a maracas factory.

Von D has appeared in several TV shows including Miami Ink, L.A. Ink, Inc. Ink, and Inca Dinka Doo Ink.

The two multi-tattooed lovebirds, who purchased a home within a mile of Sandra Bullock's spacious Austin mansion recently were at the grand opening of Kat's tattoo gallery Wonderland Gallery of West Hollywood.

The gallery features photos, drawings, and charcoal drawings of hundreds of women who are tattooed from the foreheads to the bottom of the feet.

Kat, personally has over 400 photos of herself on display. Her gynecologist/tattoo artist said that Kitty Kat, as he calls her, has more ink on her body than the entire ink department of the Chicago Tribune newspaper.

In other news. The rumor that the state of Utah was considering putting up a fence between Utah and Arizona to keep out the rednecks has been proven to be false. A representative for the Utah governor's office said that they are considering building a 16th century moat.

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