This expansive back calamity is in tribute to Bob Seger's five-times-platinum 1980 platter 'Against the Wind,' but it reminds us of Budweiser's Clydesdale horses. Which is weird because Seger's backing band is, of course, the Silver Bullet Band, and the Silver Bullet is also the nickname for Coors Lite, a major Budweiser competitor. Which you shouldn't be drinking when you drive a Chevy pick-up truck, which Seger's 'Like a Rock' shilled for seemingly forever. What's our point? The best thing about bad back tattoos is that you never have to look at them if they are yours.