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    [–] Wisconsin’s long been elite on the field. It’s becoming elite in recruiting, too infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in CFB

    As far as football whitewater has taken a nosedive since leipold left. Uw oshkosh has taken up the torch.

    [–] me_irl infinitelabyrinth 6 points ago in me_irl

    Yes

    [–] Neighbor didn't like the firework display last year... infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in WTF

    Lol what an idiot. Asmsuming that guy was for real he couldnt have played that any worse.

    [–] Garrett Rand, Isaiahh Loudermilk injury updates infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in WisconsinBadgers

    The defense hasnt been this big of a question mark, and the offense this impressive in 7 years.

    [–] Oklahoma’s “Vote No” campaign sent me a bunch of great reasons to vote yes. infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in trees

    Let me preface this by saying as a wisconsinite, our school system is fucking terrible. But isnt oklahoma near the bottom of the barrel in this department as well?

    [–] Anon attacks Homosexuality. infinitelabyrinth 7 points ago in 4chan

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    [–] Who here thinks that The Wisconsin Badgers can make it into the National Championship? infinitelabyrinth 1 points ago in CFB

    Some fortune is blowing our way though. The 2019 recruiting class will blow by the rest. Shaping to be in the low to mid 20's

    [–] me irl infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in me_irl

    This is sure to attract the attention of memenati. Best be careful.

    [–] World lost more than one football pitch of forest every second in 2017 adding up to area equivalent to whole of Italy over year. Global deforestation is on upward trend, jeopardising efforts to tackle climate change and massive decline in wildlife. infinitelabyrinth 1 points ago in worldnews

    I mean a long long time. 100-200 of years from now their are only two possible realities: humanity wipes itself out, expending its resources, killing wildlife, and destroying habitats. These all eventually return to regular status after few thousand years of evolution. Or, humanity finds a way to allow 10 billion people( the predicted max population of the globe) to live sustainably on the earth very very slowly allowing it to return to its pinnacle of wildlife/habitat status.

    [–] Mumbai has the become the largest Indian city to ban single-use plastics, with residents caught using plastic bags, cups or bottles to face penalties of up to 25,000 rupees (£276) and three months in jail from Monday. infinitelabyrinth 1 points ago in worldnews

    Its a broad topic, so its hard to make a direct link, but you could say that. When someone collapses and dies from extreme heat, hurricanes or severe flooding, you could say that happened as a indirect result of climate change. Of course people were dying of those causes long before climate change became an issue. Only now, they happen more frequently, extremely, and in more areas.

    [–] Barry's legacy can't even hide in the ocean. Trump repeals Obama's executive order on ocean management. infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in The_Donald

    Tell me, does it ever get boring living in an echo chamber? Funny how trump's iq of 3,000,000 can't manage to figure out that we need the a healthy environment to live.

    [–] Barry's legacy can't even hide in the ocean. Trump repeals Obama's executive order on ocean management. infinitelabyrinth 2 points ago in The_Donald

    You arent well versed, because there isnt any. Trump could give two shits about the environment. If its any indication he had someone head up the epa who was previously actively suing them.

    [–] Killing dogs for meat illegal, rules S. Korean court infinitelabyrinth 1 points ago in worldnews

    Absolutely this. The influx of bullshit info only serves to marginalize the issue. Honestly the only hope of ending animal torture in food processing is something cheaper taking its place, like lab grown meat.