This is amusing. A company from Germany named Atheist noticed that products shipped to the United States were very often experiencing delays without any noticeable cause. The only thing that they did differently than any other company is they had “Atheist” labelled on their packing tape. Could that be the cause? To find out, they did what any good scientist would do; they ran an experiment.
They sent two packages to 89 individuals in the U.S. on the same day. One had the “Atheist” packing tape and the other had unlabeled packing tape. The two boxes should arrive at the same time, yes? The result? The “Atheist” boxes took 3 days longer to arrive at their destination. Of the 178 packages they sent out, 10 were lost. Only one of the lost packages had the unlabeled packing tape. This shows a significant bias against “Atheist” branded packaging. No states were immune from the bias.
They also did similar experiments with other countries and found no such bias. The United States, apparently, has a unique bias against Atheists. And, for now, packages sent to the U.S. will no longer have the “Atheist” packing tape.