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You’ve got a tattoo? You’re out of here! That’s the general sentiment of some followers of Judaism who view the inking as desecrating the body. Liz Carnes, a 49-year old mother of teenagers says, “If you get a tattoo, you can’t be buried in a Jewish cemetery. For no real reason, just that’s what my parents told me.” A rabbi echoes something similar: “We don’t think it’s a very ‘Jewish’ thing to do, but we’re not really sure why.”