Jesus’ Tomb or The Horta?

…by Toad at Tattoo Toad’s Quality Tattoo Parlor in Linton, Indiana. I think I’m going to have to check with David Wu over this. Classical literature or modern pop culture?

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8 thoughts on “Jesus’ Tomb or The Horta?

  1. Was the horta the rock creature with feelings in Star Trek? You know the one where Spock mind melded and just went “PAIN,PAIN!!!”

    Dear lord I’ve made my nerdedry public again.

    Nerdcore for life son!!!

  2. Yes DeCo, that’s the one.

    Honestly, the Horta always made me hungry for sloppy pizza or some kind of cheese covered casserol dish.

  3. That’s Christ’s open grave. Top right by the three crosses is Golgotha, where Christ was crucified. The round stone to the left of the cave entry is the covering that the angel removed so that sweet baby Jesus could leap out and live again. Praizzzathelord.

  4. lol, I live in Linton.

    Seen the signs for this place. Glad to see a picture of the work before I even thought of going there.

    Ouch. Looks like it’s been drawn and colored with Crayola Markers.

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