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Chad Weese

Shame such a gorgeous body is marred by so much ink. To each their own, I suppose.

redbaron01

As Mr. Chad Weese, a clearly wise commentator, correctly notes: "Chacun à son propre goût." (Each to his own taste.)

I am one who dutifully admires Dawid's splendid body, but at the same time I must be counted among the millions who have been unable to reconcile themselves to the current fascination with so-callled "body art"--or should one say "body mutilation"?

I have to observe that magnificently tasteful and homoerotic Michelangelo would turn over in his mausoleum if he were to hear that this over-illustrated Dawid had been compared to his iconic David.

Please, let's allow them to stand alone on their own separately, representing whatever our tastes happen to find in them,
separately.

Pax vobiscum (peace be with you).

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