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Saturday, 23 May 2009

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Nancy Can't Wait For Her Date With Mothman!

Cape Canaveral FL-- The Atlantis space-shuttle crew landed safely today in Florida after a successful seven-day mission to fix the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The seven terrified astronauts came back to Earth with an unexpected visitor in the cargo bay--Mothman!

The Atlantis crew was sent on a mission much more dangerous than they realized. When astronauts opened the doors to the HST last week, they were astonished! The telescope had been turned into a giant nest by Mothman, causing it to malfunction. Curiously, a photograph of Nancy Pelosi was also discovered inside the HST. The frightened astronauts fixed the telescope and quickly left.

Mothman was cruising outside the HST when it saw the astronauts returning to the shuttle. The headless, feathered creature followed them back to the shuttle and somehow got inside. It took all seven astronauts an hour to trap and contain the bizarre alien in the empty cargo bay. They welded the doors shut and prepared to return to Earth.

Mothman kept making odd electronic buzzing noises on the trip back, and the astronauts feared for their lives. The monster escaped from the cargo bay as soon as the shuttle landed. It was last seen flying north, towards Washington.

Shocked NASA scientists believe Mothman is in its mating season. They believe the monster plans to build a nest on top of the White House and then mate with Nancy Pelosi. The troubled Speaker to the House was said to be 'very excited' and looking forward to the sexual encounter!

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