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L.A. Ink! Is this true reality?  Great program . . . very addicting.  Everyone was mean to Aubrey . . . Actress?  Does anyone know how these reality shows really work?




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      UK Girl wrote Feb 21, 2010
    • I think with most reality shows its a case of taking an idea and letting people see the world behind it ...

      With tattoo’s so popular and so many people having them it just shows the workings behind it I have only caught one episode of this as we are usually behind on these in the UK - but the Real Housewives shows are very popular in the UK - the New Jersey ones etc; as you see their lives and the dramas




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      VICKY CORYEA wrote Feb 21, 2010
    • Love LA INK!   Aubrey was an idiot.....sorry......no other way to say it!happy




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      Kiaorashelli wrote Feb 21, 2010
    • No actual business owner would have put up with Aubrey. We watched three episodes of this rot. It was painfully obvious the way the camera would pan to each worker who would whine and complain about her, and yet, no one sat down with her and had a mature conversation about workplace expectation and her lack of participation.
      One can only hope this is not actual reality. Who would run a shop this way? It was all drama and rubbish.




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      Myrna Perez wrote Feb 21, 2010
    • I agree Kiorashelli . . . my experience working in an office, etc . . . owners, executives can be VERY unprofessional and VERY biased!  It appeared to me in L.A. Ink is that they ganged up on her and mean and nasty to her. she wasn’t the brightest, but I think with their demeanor towards her—it was difficult for her to function properly.  She should have quit a long time ago.
      They should have spoke with her confidentially to explain what she’s doing wrong.




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      Msj wrote Feb 21, 2010
    • did‘nt see that one. my son did live in the Dr. Drew’s Pasadena house for drug addiction. He said it was partially stagedfor drama (just a bit). He really liked the counselor Bob I believe his name was.
      My son was not on the actual show but in the housing on the same grounds so he would associate with some of the artists and make music with them (yes he is a musician too)

      LasEncinas is the name and it really did help change his life around.  

      Thank God
      Tammy




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      Angelcart wrote Feb 22, 2010
    • I love to watch LA Ink.  I love seeing the tat’s people get and like to know why they chose that particular ink.  I do believe a lot of it is “scripted” because I read about LA Ink that the shop is closed to the public when they are filming.  It is very entertaining though.happy




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      Marya1961 wrote Feb 22, 2010
    • Love LA Ink!..just wish each person would come to grips with the difference of personalities in that shop, even though it is scripted.happy




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