Now, at least one person will never forget Charles Ramsey. Cleveland tattoo artist Rodney Rose decided to take advantage of the moment, offering a free Ramsey tattoo at 252 Tattoo. Friend Stephen Munhollon decided he wanted Ramsey's face on his body permanently:
“I think Rodney and I were caught up in the ridiculousness of it,” said Munhollon. “You could ask the question, did I want to get Charles Ramsey tattooed on my leg, and the obvious answer is no. The real question is, was I willing to get Charles Ramsey tattooed on my leg, and the answer was yes.”
That's never a good reason to get a tattoo, but whatever. People seem to love it—Munhollon says folks stop him to take photographs next to the portrait. Luckily, people didn't confuse Ramsey for "Jimi Hendrix" or "Bob Marley" as Rose put it, which highlights two positives: people remember Charles Ramsey a week later and they can differentiate between black faces.
That's always a good thing.
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