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Word is that tattoos are becoming less of a thing for the younger set these days. That’s probably a good idea given that some folks apparently think it is a good idea to get a tattoo on their eyeball. Yes, on their eyeball! Thankfully, Cornhusker State lawmakers think that sounds like about as bad an idea as I do. As the Associated Press reports, pols there recently endorsed a measure that would severely limit the practice. Wait, just limit it? As it turns out, such tats are occasionally given to mask eye abnormalities or injuries, so the bill would still allow properly trained medical personnel to perform the procedure if necessary. The bill would also still allow folks to tattoo...wait for it...their own eye! And that’s about all I can think to say about that.