It is not uncommon for schools to offer students tattoos following graduation for various reasons. For some students this is a way to show their pride in their academic achievements, for others it is a way to show they are self-sufficient and to show the community they are prepared to serve and to be a voice for the disadvantaged. Some students also choose to have their tattoo done to reflect the school they go to and who they are.
How will I know it has been approved?
In the UK, new school tattoos are usually approved, but in the USA it is very hard for schools to check the legitimacy of a student’s application before they ink the ink. In the USA, schools are generally required to make a determination about the legitimacy of a client’s claim, rather than simply having the tattoo removed if deemed appropriate. However there are still some cases where schools or parents must intervene and ensure their child received a school or individual approved ink before their decision can be finalised.
In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the long-running “Grey’s Anatomy” franchise is said to be in talks with “Star Trek Into Darkness” director J.J. Abrams to come on board as the new showrunner for “Inception,” a new movie that will have star Leonardo DiCaprio leading a new team of film producers after the final movie is released in 2009. It is unclear if an official agreement has been reached, but it certainly provides the studio and its star with something exciting to talk about during the summer movie season.
But it turns out that “Star Trek Into Darkness” was in talks to hire DiCaprio as a producer long before the film was officially announced, thanks to his participation in a “Star Trek” convention in Toronto in February. While it’s not clear exactly when the talks started, their timing is clearly not coincidental: “Star Trek” fans around the world know DiCaprio well and many of them, including the “Star Trek Into Darkness” producers, were surprised that DiCaprio would be considered for the job while there were four other highly-touted actors who were rumored to be considering it: Idris Elba, Mark Wahlberg, Jeremy Renner and Matthew McConaughey.
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