| Newest victims of global warming: Reality TV show producers who can't find enough cockroaches to pour over contestants
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Really? Just stop by anywhere in the coastal lowlands of Florida, Georgia, or South Carolina. I assure you, there is no shortage of those farkers. Take as many as you want.
| Solty Dog
Not enough cockroaches, but more than enough fools to allow them to be dumped on. If you are ever in a situation where people are dumping cockroaches on your head, it's time to questions the life choices that got you there.
Come to Houston and take ours
| Nemo's Brother
If I really believed Global Warming was killing off cockroaches, I'd keep my SUV running 24/7
Because at 7:30 in the morning I really wanted to see a blown-up picture of two giant roaches
Wait, I though these things were supposed to outlive us in a nuclear war. And now we're conquering them through global warming?
4 months to breed cockroaches?
Absosmurfly doing it wrong.
Should have just ignored the poisonous spiders in the original batch of cockroaches and continued as planned.
/Darwin is disappoint....
There's plenty of them gloating over there in the politics tab ----->
| Mayhem of the Black Underclass
Am I the only who thought that they went to professional bug farmers to get the insects they need for these types of things? Like it would be more cost effective to do so?
Here is a graph of the most recent 15 years worth of data (that's 180 months, for you math majors), exactly as reported by the Met Office Hadley Centre (the best climate change and prediction research institute in the history of the known universe) in their HADCRUT3 data:
Just imagine how many of these cockroaches would have been killed off by global warming, if it were, you know, actually warming.
"If they don't find enough they'll have to change the trials."
They could always throw contestants into a room chock-full of lawyers, car salesmen and debt collectors instead.
/they're kind of like cockroaches, right?
incendi: Really? Just stop by anywhere in the coastal lowlands of Florida, Georgia, or South Carolina. I assure you, there is no shortage of those farkers. Take as many as you want.
This is Australia we're talking about here.
They've had enough problems with invasive species - mice, rabbits, toads..
Those American roaches (yes, that is an individual species!) would probably have a field day down there.
I thought cockroaches were able to survive a nuclear bomb holocaust with their heads cut off?
I get those farking palmettos here. Hate those farkers. That's what I get for living in the woods near a large creek.
I very actively help spiders and such out of my house, spiders do not faze me; see a roach and I SQUEAL!!!!1!!
They shoulda called me. I have oodles of gromphs in my lab.
CapeFearCadaver: I get those farking palmettos here. Hate those farkers. That's what I get for living in the woods near a large creek.
Palmetto bugs are American Cockroaches. The smaller kind are German Cockroaches. The GC's are typically the species that people find in their home.
Anastacya: CapeFearCadaver: I get those farking palmettos here. Hate those farkers. That's what I get for living in the woods near a large creek.
Yes, I know that. Which is why I specifically stated that I get the Palmettos.
| Jon iz teh kewl
delete spider from cock roaches. throw out cockroaches
WHY DEAR GOD WHY
Once New York got flooded, it was over for the surplus roaches.
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