Penn State got a slap on the wrist....

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ApocalypseLater PM ApocalypseLater
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Posted: 7/25/2012 12:50:21 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by packers1992:

jimmy you missed the point. These maniacs who burned down the damn city down basically these people i see on tv talking about their school who aren't qualified to work at jiffy lube defending this university,defending paterno. I'm sorry imo those idiots speak for every penn state supporter. They don't care about the victims. They care about beating Ohio. Remember jimmy its penn state vs the world




you are who i'm talking about... you're a "fan"!  you are exactly what we don't need on this (football handicapping) forum... and your perspective is exactly what the legislators of justice in the world do not need...

heard enough from you to know you have no credibility, and not much more intelligence...
thisguyiswise PM thisguyiswise
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Posted: 7/25/2012 1:01:45 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by packers1992:

jimmy you missed the point. These maniacs who burned down the damn city down basically these people i see on tv talking about their school who aren't qualified to work at jiffy lube defending this university,defending paterno. I'm sorry imo those idiots speak for every penn state supporter. They don't care about the victims. They care about beating Ohio. Remember jimmy its penn state vs the world

burned the city down?  first off what they did was wrong, but if you took notice they were not burning their city down.  they were attacking the media vans and yelling at reporters and espn who made this mess much worse than it was without due process of anyone at the time.  and we still dont have due process of 3 other main individuals mentioned in the freeh report and we never will for the BOT, yet a ruling was made because it had to happen "fast".  

perhaps that is because tom corbett is on the BOT and he referred freeh to do the report.  wink wink. 
not to mention corbett opposed spanier politically and wanted a 57% cut of state funding to schools, namely penn state before this went down and spanier (a liberal) opposed him in the open court about this issue.  months later arrests at penn state were made in regards to the sandusky case after corbett took years sitting on this case as a prosecutor and even collected over $650,000 from second mile foundation sandusky ran when he was running for office.

more facts are now coming about freeh, like how a british government overruled his findings recently, how he was let go of the fbi for his disgusting acts of interrogation, and was forced to resign from his latest political position.

these arent assumptions, they are facts.

and where i come from, you dont judge someone by their siblings, much less by other fans or a few idiots.  that is stereotyping at its finest.  its prejudiced and what created racism in the first place.

you have a lot of growing up to do.
jimmydafreak PM jimmydafreak
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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:16:29 PM
QUOTE

Originally Posted by packers1992:

jimmy you missed the point. These maniacs who burned down the damn city down basically these people i see on tv talking about their school who aren't qualified to work at jiffy lube defending this university,defending paterno. I'm sorry imo those idiots speak for every penn state supporter. They don't care about the victims. They care about beating Ohio. Remember jimmy its penn state vs the world

My niece was sitting in her apartment right in the middle of the whole ordeal.  I was on the phone with her most of the night as it was taking place.  Nobody burned down anything.  Turn off the idiot box, and stop listening to the propaganda channels of the mainstream media.  Pretty much nothing they say is true.

The people in Pensylvania and the students that attend Penn State are just as horrified by what happend as the people in the rest of the country.  They don't deserve to be punished for the criminal conduct of a few, nor do they deserve scorn or ridicule.  To the contrary, they deserve our sympathy for being innocent victims of this sorid affair.

 

packers1992 PM packers1992
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Posted: 7/25/2012 8:47:28 PM

well poc 1st off i'm not a fan of any team lets get that straight. 2nd off guys i guess should just agree with what everybody on here says. From here on out i'll just agree with what everbody says. Guys you will not change my opinion on this. And i will continue to call out wise and the joke that is penn state

BTW i love how wise partly defends the students for what they did.

And jimmy you and i have never had a problem and for the record i don't listen to propaganda channels I create my own opinion. You don't like it? don't read it

Laroja PM Laroja
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Posted: 7/25/2012 9:43:47 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by DoubleUp4Life:

This is by NO means a slap on the wrist 


Punishment fits the crime(s)




I second this.
JTLV PM JTLV
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Posted: 7/25/2012 10:39:12 PM
should have got a 2 year ban on the football program. 2 years to get their house in order with new policies put in place and training for all employees. They still get to be on TV, still get money from merchandise sales. They will still sell out the stadium. They werent that good anyway, so a bowl ban isnt a big deal. Not BCS material. Losing the Liberty Bowl is no big loss. And stop complaining about the players, they are allowed to go elsewhere. If their good enuff for PSU then they will have no problem playing at most other schools, except those in the SEC. ROLL TIDE
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