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Another student simply hunting for legendaries is again disappointed by reality.

Another student simply hunting for legendaries is again disappointed by reality.

Iowa lawmakers cry over excessive bird poop on state capitol building. (USA Today)

Florida family finds 300 pound alligator swimming laps in their backyard pool. (Huffington Post)

Philadelphia man who used a bomb-resembling sex toy to rob a bank has pled guilty. (Associated Press)

Bestiality is unfortunately still outlawed in Germany after a man and woman attempted to strike down the law. (NBC)

Whole Foods removes pre-peeled oranges after backlash on social media. (UPI)

World trade center transit hub opens opened on Thursday years behind schedule and billions of dollars over budget. Critics say it resembles “a stegosaurus.”
(also UPI)

Something you know too well by Mariana Hurtato via her blog

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