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Wednesday, 25 May 2011

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Middle Eastern sh-tburgh Egypt stopped their government-influenced killing of their citizenry for a few moments while was rocked today with the incredible news that they've apparently misplaced 17 buried pyramids.

"I thought we left them around here somewhere," said Egypt's leading mummologist Habib el-Habib Habibibib. "It is the same with my car keys, except my car keys were built by Jewish slaves."

In addition to the pyramids, the astronomers who found the pyramids --armed only with Google Earth and a metal detector-- also located about a thousand tombs and 3,000 buildings dating back to the time of the Pharaohs.

Some of the infra-red imaging, taken 430 miles (692 kilometers) above the Earth, shows entire street plans of ancient towns. At least two of the pyramids have so far been confirmed by archaeologists digging on the sites located by the satellite, and the technique is being hailed as a major breakthrough in archaeological surveying, The (London) Times reported Wednesday.

Egypt, which has been rocked of late by civil unrest which led to the ousting of it's Dictator For Life, Hosni Tutankamen, has decided to focus more on its rich cultural heritage.

"F--k our rich cultural heritage," corrected Habibibib. "We're digging up the gold in those pyramids and buying Israel!"

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