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Monday, 8 February 2010

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Nearly 500,000 Atheists are making their semi-annual pilgrimage to Las Vegas.

"This is even better than our annual trip to New Orleans during the Mardi Gras", stated devout atheist Jones Smith (not his real name). "Remember, everything that happens here, stays here. In New Orleans, you wind up on the front page or on the evening news."

Asked what was the difference between a normal everyday atheist and a devout one, Smith answered. "We devout atheists study Darwin and Huxley all year long and make other pilgrimages such as the recent one where we went to Maggoty, Arkansas where an image of the missing link was found on a piece of sausage."

Long lines were lined up at the casinos, shows and there wasn't a hooker left on the street.

"Are there any drawbacks to being a devout atheist?", UP2 ass reporter asked Mr. Jones...Smith.

"I get the clap sometimes. Actually I get it every year. But there are medications. Actually, most of us are on all kinds of pills. Not for kicks, but for staying alive long enough to go on the next pilgrimage."

Our reporter then asked another making the pilgrimage, as Mr. Smith had suddenly grabbed himself Michael Jackson style and fallen dead on the street, if there were other things the Devout Atheists did that regular atheists do not do.

"Three times a day we bow towards the Galapagos Islands", stated Mrs. Jane Doe.

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