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Tattoo Sleeve for Women

The brand-Ed Hardy clothing was originally created by Christian Audigier who was a famous rock and roll style fashion designer. The fashion designer Christian Audigier was regarded as “King of jeans.” he had been the designer of some famous brand, such as Levi’s, lee, Diesel, etc. Ed hardy women clothes are waiting for you on the market. Some of the hottest fashion has arrived with the Ed Hardy Tattoo Sleeve for Women and the Ed Hardy Women’s Hoodie – with tattoo inspired artistic styles such as the Women’s Ed Hardy “Love Kills Slowly” and “Death and Glory”, these Ed hardy women t-shirts are some of the hottest tickets to wind up 2009 and will surely only rise in popularity in 2010.

Ed Hardy Tattoo Sleeve for Women – This has the design of a short sleeve t-shirt, but with a long sleeve coming out from under the upper sleeve to stretch to the wrist with a snug feel and look. The long sleeves have a colored sheer fabric and tattoo art to give a slight appearance of an all-over-the-arm tattoo, but of course without the tattoo. The Ed hardy shirts length is below the hips and hugs the upper body without having a “too tight” look. Colors available for the Ed Hardy Tattoo Sleeve for Women include Plum, Pink, Yellow and Black – each color has its own unique design featuring a Don Ed Hardy tattoo design.

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Trial date set for woman charged with manslaughter

By Louis Ojeda Jr. and John Cuoco

WACO – A judge has denied a plea deal for a woman charged with manslaughter for allegedly causing an auto accident which killed a man last year.

“I believe this is what the majority of the biker community wants, they want this on her record as a felony,” Jason Harris, a friend of the victim, said.

In December, Trena Evette Mitchell, 39-years-old, who is legally blind, reportedly killed a motorcyclist after failing to yield right of way while making a left turn on East Lake Shore Drive.

The motorcyclist, Richard Schroeder, was delivering charity Christmas toys that afternoon.

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Woman found guilty in fatal ‘nail polish’ crash

Woman found guilty in fatal ‘nail polish’ crash

May 7, 2010 6:03 AM | 113 Comments | UPDATED STORY

Had Lora Hunt been eating a sandwich or dialing her cell phone instead of polishing her nails when she struck and killed a motorcyclist, she would not now stand convicted of reckless homicide, her lawyer contends.

But prosecutor Mike Mermel said there’s a big difference between polishing nails and other forms of distracted driving. “It is not the same as biting a sandwich … it’s a voluntary disablement,” he said. “She might as well have been in the back seat making a sandwich.”

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