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Sancie Udovich is one of about 200 people who have a tattoo paid for by Last Place on Earth owner Jim Carlson. The tattoos have to include the words “Last Place on Earth” for Carlson to pay the tattoo artist. Udovich’s tattoo is visible near her left collarbone. (Steve Kuchera / Forum News Service)

Tattoos promote controversial Duluth head shop

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DULUTH -- Duluth’s most controversial business is advertising in a distinctive way: With the words “Last Place On Earth” tattooed on the arms, hands, necks and thighs of some of the head shop’s customers.

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