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Monday, 16 December 2013

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Several citizens of Snowflake, Arizona have said that they will be putting up a Christmas tree as they have every year.

SNOWFLAKE, Arizona - The town of Snowflake is situated in the east central part of the state.

Snowflake is noted for being the birthplace of Egbert P. Plumbago, the man who is credited with having invented butter.

The town is also home to The Pocahontas American-Indian Museum which is open 364 days out of the year and only closes on Chief Sitting Bull's birthday.

Snowflake has been in the news lately due to the fact that the mayor and the city council are thinking about cancelling Christmas.

When asked why, city councilwoman Desdemona Waxmyrtle stated that it was due to complaints from a group of atheists who recently moved to Snowflake from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

Councilwoman Waxmyrtle commented that the group stated that if they even see a single ornament anywhere within the city limits they will file a $21 million lawsuit against the mayor, each city council member, and any citizen who has put up a Christmas tree.

The atheist group which calls itself The Winnipeg Whiners Coalition commented that they had better not hear anyone singing any Christmas songs either.

SIDENOTE: The city of Snowflake received a call from noted California attorneys Gloria Allred and her cousin Ginger Allred who said that if need be they will defend the city of Snowflake against The Winnipeg Whiners Coalition free of charge.

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