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A Dead Cockroach Got the Shrine It Deserved (From College Students, in the Middle of a Hallway)

Two weeks dead, but Rosie the Roach's body hadn't moved from the Anthropology building at Texas A&M University. A professor teaching in the hall documented and uploaded the growth of Rosie's shrine, and its ultimate end.

Good work Texas A&M Anthropology students.

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According to the Houston Police Department spokeswoman, Jodi Silva, confirms that 24-year-old Vidal Valladares will be charged with obstruction of highway, a Class B misdemeanor.

Conviction of the class B misdemeanor means Valladares faces a maximum sentence of 6 months in jail and a $2,000 fine. Ouch, that's a sizable hit to the wedding budget. Read the full post on the Houston Chronicle.

Craigslist Ad of The Day: 'Romeo Rose' Has a Job Opening no Woman Would Ever Want
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This Craigslist ad sounds legit.

You might remember Romeo Rose from a few years ago. He's the guy who created a website called "Sleepless in Austin" where he promised to give someone $1,500 if they found him the woman of his dreams.

He has particular tastes, according to The Daily Dot.

Rose, real name Laramie Busby, is allegedly back again! And 2015 is a new era in his search for love.

A Craigslist ad claims he is creating a "kissing documentary" and will give you (young women of his choosing) $10,000 if selected to star alongside him. And presumably kiss him.

Now, this isn't verified. Could anyone have written this Craigslist post? Yes. Could Romeo Rose have written it? Yes.

Who knows? Respond and see if you are one of the ~lucky~ ladies.

Protest of The Day: University of Texas Students Will Carry Dildos Around to Speak Out Against Guns
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You dildon't want to miss out on this protest.

In response to a new law passed in Texas that allows students to carry concealed guns on campus, some students at The University of Texas at Austin are planning a very unique way to speak out.

A Facebook event using the hashtag #CocksNotGlocks is encouraging students to strap sex toys onto their backpacks August 2016 to protest.

Event organizer Jessica Jin had this to say about the protest:

"'You're carrying a gun to class? Yeah well I'm carrying a HUGE D*LDO,'" she said in the group's description. "Just about as effective at protecting us from sociopathic shooters, but much safer for recreational play."

If you say so, Jessica.