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2012-06-23 03:22:04 AM

the_chief: I wonder why more child molesters don't get shotguns up their asses by grown up victims. Maybe that's just my overly simple view of the world.


I've thought about it something along those lines to the pervert priest who molested me, but it would cause too much pain to my parents and family if I did something like that. And it's not exactly in my nature to take somebody's life, no matter now much pain they've caused me.

Maybe if I was an orphan with no close family ties, and if I was as much of a monster as the creep who raped me when I was a child. Thankfully I'm not.
 
2012-06-23 03:22:21 AM

Bull Schmitt: Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: Gyrfalcon: Again, seriously. Do you want "failure to report a possible crime" to become a crime? Because that's the way this thread is trending.

It is already a crime.

IT IS?!? Where?

I'll agree with you it's criminal, but it's not on the penal code yet.

If you hear a rumor of a crime.. "report a possible crime" is a very fuzzy term.

OTOH if you witness the crime, or shelter someone you know committed one, there is such a thing as "Accessory after the fact".


An accessory before the fact has to be someone who was not present during the crime, but "solicits, encourages or aids" the perpetrator, aid being defined as material assistance in the commission of the crime (buying a gun, driving him to the scene). In some jurisdictions, the accessory has to benefit in some material way from the crime.

An accessory after the fact is someone who assists the perpetrator in avoiding apprehension or conviction. An accessory after the fact must have knowledge that a crime was committed AND assist the perpetrator in some material way (driving him to the border, hiding him under the floorboards). For accessory after the fact to attach, the crime must be a felony.

So anyone who merely had a suspicion that something was going on--EVEN IF their actions aided in the commission or in the avoiding of apprehension--cannot be an accessory of either kind. Innocently facilitating a crime is not itself a crime; and even having suspicions but not being sure is not sufficient for a court of law. If your friend jumps into your car one morning wearing black clothes and a bulky backpack and says "Quick! Get me to the bus station!" and you do; and later you discover your friend committed three murders and robbed Ft. Knox and you put him on the bus to Mexico...you're still not an accessory after the fact because at the time you lacked knowledge.

Now some may say "Why didn't you ask your friend why he needed to get to the bus station?" and that makes you liable anyway; and maybe that's true and you should consider being more scrupulous next time; but it's not sufficient AT LAW to prosecute you, no matter how upset and angry the victims families are.

I understand why people lose their minds when a child-molestation issue comes up; and I'm willing to continue to point out the reasons why LEGALLY nothing can be done or could be done. I'm not trying to make a MORAL justification for why it happens. But moral outrage isn't grounds for a criminal conviction.
 
2012-06-23 03:22:44 AM
Hope they segregate this worthless f*cker with the aids infected homosexuals. He should be made an example of.
 
2012-06-23 03:23:18 AM

ox45tallboy: Somacandra: I find it interesting that someone is finally breaking out the religion language. The people in this thread most blaming Paterno for and the surrounding culture for treating him like a "God" are themselves treating Paterno like a God too. Its a rare sight to see projection this thoroughly documented. If you want people to stop treating sports and sports coaches like Gods, you'll have to stop ascribing omnipotence, omniscience and omnibenevolence to all of them yourself too. Paterno was not the unversity President, Provost, HR director, or Penn State policy maker concerning sexual harassment. All of those offices I just named are occupied by other locally powerful people with their own agendas who aren't cowed by football coaches, be they Joe Paterno or Barry Switzer. Best to remember that. There is still a lot of investigating to do and I dare say that few enough of the facts and names have come out. There will be time to assign appropriate blame to dead people. Best to stop treating them like Gods right now.

The reason I expect Godlike omnipotence and Godlike responsibility is because coaches in this position are given not just Godlike worship but Godlike authority as well.


Deifying mortals. How well has that worked out thoughout history?
 
2012-06-23 03:23:40 AM

Max Awesome: the_chief: I wonder why more child molesters don't get shotguns up their asses by grown up victims. Maybe that's just my overly simple view of the world.

I've thought about it something along those lines to the pervert priest who molested me, but it would cause too much pain to my parents and family if I did something like that. And it's not exactly in my nature to take somebody's life, no matter now much pain they've caused me.

Maybe if I was an orphan with no close family ties, and if I was as much of a monster as the creep who raped me when I was a child. Thankfully I'm not.


I would use my bare hands if someone molested my son.
 
2012-06-23 03:24:26 AM

Strongbeerrules: ox45tallboy: Somacandra: I find it interesting that someone is finally breaking out the religion language. The people in this thread most blaming Paterno for and the surrounding culture for treating him like a "God" are themselves treating Paterno like a God too. Its a rare sight to see projection this thoroughly documented. If you want people to stop treating sports and sports coaches like Gods, you'll have to stop ascribing omnipotence, omniscience and omnibenevolence to all of them yourself too. Paterno was not the unversity President, Provost, HR director, or Penn State policy maker concerning sexual harassment. All of those offices I just named are occupied by other locally powerful people with their own agendas who aren't cowed by football coaches, be they Joe Paterno or Barry Switzer. Best to remember that. There is still a lot of investigating to do and I dare say that few enough of the facts and names have come out. There will be time to assign appropriate blame to dead people. Best to stop treating them like Gods right now.

The reason I expect Godlike omnipotence and Godlike responsibility is because coaches in this position are given not just Godlike worship but Godlike authority as well.

Deifying mortals. How well has that worked out thoughout history?


Pfft, pretty well. Lemmy hasn't let me down.
 
2012-06-23 03:25:32 AM
Joe Paterno was an accessory to every rape that happened after he was informed of Sandusky's buggery.

You Paterno apologists should be tossed into a large shower with Sandusky and a Greek Army Battalion.

/seriously, Paterno doesn't get a pass on this. It'll stain his record, and rightly so.
 
2012-06-23 03:28:07 AM

HaywoodJablonski: Not to be all contrarian or defend the Tickle Monster, but...

Isn't it obvious that Sandusky's condition is a mental illness and not something he can control? Isn't it worth our time and effort as a society to research the disease and take steps to treat it or move to prevent it (think genetic engineering)?

Frothing at the mouth hoping he dies in prison doesn't solve the problem, nor is it something I necessarily think Sandusky *truly* deserves. The real criminals are the enablers and the guys who covered up his actions to protect their careers and/or fortunes.


Humans aren't machines with interchangeable parts. Some people are born missing something that science can't put in. It simply may not be society's problem to "fix" in any other way but defensively. Sandusky and people like him are the human equivalent of cancer. He's following his natural course which just happens to feed off the destruction of society's spawn. Our reaction as a group is equally natural and wholly justified. And when you get right down to it, we're all just frustrated and blowing off steam. So for tonight buttsecs is our...release.
 
2012-06-23 03:28:26 AM

Gyrfalcon: So has everyone finished explaining how Paterno should have shot Sandusky in the locker room when the cops decided there wasn't enough evidence to go forward with the case?


Damn I thought we had agreed that he was suppose to have hired his own private investigator, like every one on fark would have... now that he's been convicted.
 
2012-06-23 03:30:39 AM

ShakaZuluStyle: Gyrfalcon: So has everyone finished explaining how Paterno should have shot Sandusky in the locker room when the cops decided there wasn't enough evidence to go forward with the case?

Damn I thought we had agreed that he was suppose to have hired his own private investigator, like every one on fark would have... now that he's been convicted.


Yawn...he could have actually not ignored it.
 
2012-06-23 03:33:16 AM

Sabyen91: ShakaZuluStyle: Gyrfalcon: So has everyone finished explaining how Paterno should have shot Sandusky in the locker room when the cops decided there wasn't enough evidence to go forward with the case?

Damn I thought we had agreed that he was suppose to have hired his own private investigator, like every one on fark would have... now that he's been convicted.

Yawn...he could have actually not ignored it.


Ignore: What happens to people who sign in after the topic's long been beaten to a pulp.
 
2012-06-23 03:33:39 AM

relcec: Max Awesome: 9beers: Why do the victims have attorneys?

What the fark do you mean?

They aren't knowledgeable in the field of law, and deserve expert representation.

Asshole.

representation?
you mean they'd have trouble filing a multimilliondollar suits themselves so they need expert representation.
if this pedo lived in a singlewide and had no affiliation with a billion dollar institution they wouldn't have representation because it would be a money sucking proposition.

/not that there is anything wrong with that.


I sued the crap out of the church that parachuted the pervert priest into my parish from across the country so that he could continue raping kids with no oversight. If Penn State turned a blind eye the same way the Anglican Church did in my case, then those victims deserve their pound of flesh and whatever dollar amount will help them overcome the disadvantages they've had to struggle with as a result of having been raped as kids.

And they don't deserve to be further denigrated by assholes who have lived charmed lives free from being raped as a child. You have no idea how it nearly completely destroys a man. It's a huge hurdle to have to overcome to just near some approximation of normality. If some monetary composition can help those poor men then nobody who has any semblance of humanity should begrudge them that small compensation.
 
2012-06-23 03:34:31 AM

Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: ShakaZuluStyle: Gyrfalcon: So has everyone finished explaining how Paterno should have shot Sandusky in the locker room when the cops decided there wasn't enough evidence to go forward with the case?

Damn I thought we had agreed that he was suppose to have hired his own private investigator, like every one on fark would have... now that he's been convicted.

Yawn...he could have actually not ignored it.

Ignore: What happens to people who sign in after the topic's long been beaten to a pulp.


I was hoping to be here after the topic had been picked over by Bain Capital.
 
2012-06-23 03:35:32 AM

Sabyen91: Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: ShakaZuluStyle: Gyrfalcon: So has everyone finished explaining how Paterno should have shot Sandusky in the locker room when the cops decided there wasn't enough evidence to go forward with the case?

Damn I thought we had agreed that he was suppose to have hired his own private investigator, like every one on fark would have... now that he's been convicted.

Yawn...he could have actually not ignored it.

Ignore: What happens to people who sign in after the topic's long been beaten to a pulp.

I was hoping to be here after the topic had been picked over by Bain Capital.


There's nothing left after Bain Capital picks over a topic. Just a Chapter 13 and years of regret.
 
2012-06-23 03:36:42 AM

Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: ShakaZuluStyle: Gyrfalcon: So has everyone finished explaining how Paterno should have shot Sandusky in the locker room when the cops decided there wasn't enough evidence to go forward with the case?

Damn I thought we had agreed that he was suppose to have hired his own private investigator, like every one on fark would have... now that he's been convicted.

Yawn...he could have actually not ignored it.

Ignore: What happens to people who sign in after the topic's long been beaten to a pulp.

I was hoping to be here after the topic had been picked over by Bain Capital.

There's nothing left after Bain Capital picks over a topic. Just a Chapter 13 and years of regret.


Exactly. The topic would be dust in the wind.

Except Paterno sucked
 
2012-06-23 03:39:29 AM

Max Awesome: the_chief: I wonder why more child molesters don't get shotguns up their asses by grown up victims. Maybe that's just my overly simple view of the world.

I've thought about it something along those lines to the pervert priest who molested me, but it would cause too much pain to my parents and family if I did something like that. And it's not exactly in my nature to take somebody's life, no matter now much pain they've caused me.

Maybe if I was an orphan with no close family ties, and if I was as much of a monster as the creep who raped me when I was a child. Thankfully I'm not.


Understood.
 
2012-06-23 03:53:57 AM

Sabyen91: Virtuoso80: Late to the party. Did anyone make the obligatory joke involving the Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Receiver' in reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, getting anally raped in prison? If not, then I'd like to make it now:

The Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Reveiver' make reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, who is going to get anally raped in prison.

Oh, were you looking for high-brow humor? Go get raped in the ass.


Your Mom got raped in the ass.
 
2012-06-23 03:54:24 AM
This sanctimonious talk-show host out here on KNBR, Damon Bruce, has been talking about this since it first broke. Any broadcast Bruce is going to discuss Sandusky case, he repeats over and over how sick Sandusky is, how he's going to burn, and exhorting parents listening to KNBR in their car to cover the ears of their kids and so on. Since I like sports radio, sometimes I forget to turn off the station until I listen to this dipshiat for a half hour or so. Today he was saying something about vomiting in his hand or something like that. Meanwhile, we in the audience fully understood, without Damon Bruce sermons, what a predator Sandusky is. We'd like to hear something more interesting than the obvious point that Sandusky's a predator again and again and again. Like, what's being done for the victims? Or, how the case is proceeding? Any other Farkers have local coverage on Sandusky that's annoying as shiat?
 
2012-06-23 03:55:00 AM

Virtuoso80: Sabyen91: Virtuoso80: Late to the party. Did anyone make the obligatory joke involving the Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Receiver' in reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, getting anally raped in prison? If not, then I'd like to make it now:

The Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Reveiver' make reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, who is going to get anally raped in prison.

Oh, were you looking for high-brow humor? Go get raped in the ass.

Your Mom got raped in the ass.


Huh, she never mentioned it. It must not have been a big deal. It must have been because you have a tiny penis.
 
2012-06-23 03:59:23 AM

the_chief: Max Awesome: the_chief: I wonder why more child molesters don't get shotguns up their asses by grown up victims. Maybe that's just my overly simple view of the world.

I've thought about it something along those lines to the pervert priest who molested me, but it would cause too much pain to my parents and family if I did something like that. And it's not exactly in my nature to take somebody's life, no matter now much pain they've caused me.

Maybe if I was an orphan with no close family ties, and if I was as much of a monster as the creep who raped me when I was a child. Thankfully I'm not.

Understood.


The fact that I've actually, seriously weighed the pros and cons of killing the man who raped me, when at heart I'm the most gentle, peaceful kind-hearted person you'd ever meet - that's just one more terrible impact that the molester has had on my life.

Giving-in to that impulse would mean he had won - that he had succeeded in completely destroying the man I was meant to be.
 
2012-06-23 04:02:19 AM

Sabyen91: Virtuoso80: Sabyen91: Virtuoso80: Late to the party. Did anyone make the obligatory joke involving the Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Receiver' in reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, getting anally raped in prison? If not, then I'd like to make it now:

The Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Reveiver' make reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, who is going to get anally raped in prison.

Oh, were you looking for high-brow humor? Go get raped in the ass.

Your Mom got raped in the ass.

Huh, she never mentioned it. It must not have been a big deal. It must have been because you have a tiny penis.


She never mentioned it because it's how you were conceived.
 
2012-06-23 04:02:51 AM

Gyrfalcon: Bull Schmitt: Gyrfalcon: Sabyen91: Gyrfalcon: Again, seriously. Do you want "failure to report a possible crime" to become a crime? Because that's the way this thread is trending.

It is already a crime.

IT IS?!? Where?

I'll agree with you it's criminal, but it's not on the penal code yet.

If you hear a rumor of a crime.. "report a possible crime" is a very fuzzy term.

OTOH if you witness the crime, or shelter someone you know committed one, there is such a thing as "Accessory after the fact".

An accessory before the fact has to be someone who was not present during the crime, but "solicits, encourages or aids" the perpetrator, aid being defined as material assistance in the commission of the crime (buying a gun, driving him to the scene). In some jurisdictions, the accessory has to benefit in some material way from the crime.

An accessory after the fact is someone who assists the perpetrator in avoiding apprehension or conviction. An accessory after the fact must have knowledge that a crime was committed AND assist the perpetrator in some material way (driving him to the border, hiding him under the floorboards). For accessory after the fact to attach, the crime must be a felony.

So anyone who merely had a suspicion that something was going on--EVEN IF their actions aided in the commission or in the avoiding of apprehension--cannot be an accessory of either kind. Innocently facilitating a crime is not itself a crime; and even having suspicions but not being sure is not sufficient for a court of law. If your friend jumps into your car one morning wearing black clothes and a bulky backpack and says "Quick! Get me to the bus station!" and you do; and later you discover your friend committed three murders and robbed Ft. Knox and you put him on the bus to Mexico...you're still not an accessory after the fact because at the time you lacked knowledge.

Now some may say "Why didn't you ask your friend why he needed to get to the bus station?" and that makes you liab ...


You could have saved yourself the trouble of pounding out five paragraphs of exceptions I wasn't talking about, and left it at "yeah, pretty much".
 
2012-06-23 04:05:29 AM
TuteTibiImperes 2012-06-22 11:05:11 PM

doglover: bsharitt: This was the best headline?

Yep. It's just about the only one not about raping children in a shower. There's quite a few of those, and they're not gonna look too pretty on the main page.

Since when does Fark pull punches when it comes to jokes in poor taste?


Hey, I think I can field this one.

A few years back some of the female FARKers started complaining about the rape jokes on this site. Unlike jokes about black people, Drew actually seemed to give a damn and the ha ha woman got rapety rape jokes and headlines seemed to suddenly disappear. It was also around the time that Family Guy was coming under fire for their hideous rape jokes, particularly "Peter and the Bulll" and people were quickly drawing a co-relation to an uncaring, heartless FARK.

It also seems that several female FARKers had been victims of rape or child molestation, myself included, and it was pretty farked up to have to come to a place that was supposed to be fun and be reminded of that fact.

And now that I think about it, and fark me for being so damned slow - considering the Catholic Church Scandal, Prostestant Preachers Against teh Ghey, Hands-on School Teachers (male & female), Republicans in the Closet with Congressional Pages and whoever else they can get their hands on, the tragedy that was Bill Zellers, and now this latest Jerry Sandusky scandal, I'm thinking a lot of male FARKers have spent a lot of time either forcefully getting choked by a dick shoved down their throat or forcibly raped, possibly while others heard and did nothing to save them.

And if you find that description overdone, well the reality is no great shakes either: that a lot of us, female and male, have been sexually assaulted and making fun of it - well just isn't farking funny.

There's a difference between tasteless and heartless - and for once it seems, this site finally Drew a line in the sand.

I, for one, am mildly grateful.
 
2012-06-23 04:17:16 AM

Hermione_Granger: TuteTibiImperes 2012-06-22 11:05:11 PM

doglover: bsharitt: This was the best headline?

Yep. It's just about the only one not about raping children in a shower. There's quite a few of those, and they're not gonna look too pretty on the main page.

Since when does Fark pull punches when it comes to jokes in poor taste?

Hey, I think I can field this one.

A few years back some of the female FARKers started complaining about the rape jokes on this site. Unlike jokes about black people, Drew actually seemed to give a damn and the ha ha woman got rapety rape jokes and headlines seemed to suddenly disappear. It was also around the time that Family Guy was coming under fire for their hideous rape jokes, particularly "Peter and the Bulll" and people were quickly drawing a co-relation to an uncaring, heartless FARK.

It also seems that several female FARKers had been victims of rape or child molestation, myself included, and it was pretty farked up to have to come to a place that was supposed to be fun and be reminded of that fact.

And now that I think about it, and fark me for being so damned slow - considering the Catholic Church Scandal, Prostestant Preachers Against teh Ghey, Hands-on School Teachers (male & female), Republicans in the Closet with Congressional Pages and whoever else they can get their hands on, the tragedy that was Bill Zellers, and now this latest Jerry Sandusky scandal, I'm thinking a lot of male FARKers have spent a lot of time either forcefully getting choked by a dick shoved down their throat or forcibly raped, possibly while others heard and did nothing to save them.

And if you find that description overdone, well the reality is no great shakes either: that a lot of us, female and male, have been sexually assaulted and making fun of it - well just isn't farking funny.

There's a difference between tasteless and heartless - and for once it seems, this site finally Drew a line in the sand.

I, for one, am mildly grateful.


There is a whole lot of venom in this post at the expense of Drew. I rather like it!
 
2012-06-23 04:21:29 AM

Virtuoso80: Sabyen91: Virtuoso80: Sabyen91: Virtuoso80: Late to the party. Did anyone make the obligatory joke involving the Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Receiver' in reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, getting anally raped in prison? If not, then I'd like to make it now:

The Football positions of 'Tight End' and 'Wide Reveiver' make reference to Jerry Sandusky, a football coach, who is going to get anally raped in prison.

Oh, were you looking for high-brow humor? Go get raped in the ass.

Your Mom got raped in the ass.

Huh, she never mentioned it. It must not have been a big deal. It must have been because you have a tiny penis.

She never mentioned it because it's how you were conceived.


Dude, you are what, 20?
 
2012-06-23 04:26:47 AM

Liz Lemon: spanarkelspinner: Tickle Monster is 68 years old. Exactly how much justice was served if this guy drops dead in jail at 70?

Your lips to God's ears...


If that happens

I image Grey Area AKA Meatfarker, then I don't feel so bad
 
2012-06-23 04:30:29 AM
This creepy guy is beyond help.
 
2012-06-23 04:31:07 AM
Here's a thought. Give his cellmate a soldering iron. He can tie down Sandusky, insert the soldering iron and plug it in. Of course that would be only a small portion of what Sandusky deserves.

Has anyone heard if Sandusky is catholic? One can't help but wonder.
 
2012-06-23 04:31:38 AM

libranoelrose: This creepy guy is beyond help.


I was hoping he was available.
 
2012-06-23 04:32:56 AM
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RIP Cookie Monster

I know he is going to be in protective custody. Here is hoping that the guards have a broom handle or two that they do not really need anymore...

And for the person who referenced Dahmer ealier, do you know the difference between a porn mag and Dahmer? A porn mag can take a beating in the bathroom...
 
2012-06-23 04:50:39 AM

ox45tallboy: doglover: America can't have a tragedy anymore. Everything has to be someone famous' fault, even if it wasn't.


I'm not trying to blame anyone other than Sandusky for raping kids. He (and hopefully only he) was the one who did these things. He is the only one that should be labeled as a Very Bad Person and live the rest of his life in psychological torment.

However, when you have an organization that works with kids, you should know that there are certain things you do and don't do in order to prevent even an accusation from being made. In the ten years my parents spent with foster kids, my Dad was NEVER accused of any kind of impropriety, because he was never alone with any single child. There was simply never the possibility that he could be accused.

This was my biggest problem with the whole Michael Jackson deal - why in the fark didn't he have one of those security guards in the room with him? Why did he want to sleep alone with little kids? Why did he place himself in a position to allow those accusations to be made?

And this is my problem with both Sandusky's charity organization and Penn State - why did they allow Sandusky to be in a position where accusations could be made? Why didn't someone, somewhere, say, "Hey, let's not allow anyone to shower alone with little boys. And while we're at it, let's not visit little kids in their hotel rooms late at night with the door closed."

As far as the abuse that took place at his house, it's a little different because his wife was there. If I am making a decision on whether or not to allow a child to spend the night with another adult, the fact that their spouse is there makes this sort of thing very unlikely to occur - in most circumstances. This is why I think his wife was at fault, especially after that conversation the one kid got on tape. She knew this was occurring, and did nothing.


Conversation on tape? Please tell me more. I missed that gem.
 
2012-06-23 05:01:58 AM
If only they would charge the people in administration who knew about this and did absolutely nothing. They are just as guilty as he is.

Of course, it's PA, and the people from PA ain't right, especially Pittsburgh.
 
2012-06-23 05:04:57 AM

Bigdogdaddy: They are just as guilty as he is.


No, not AS guilty. They didn't put their penis in young boys. I agree they are culpable, though.
 
2012-06-23 05:10:13 AM
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Welcome back to American Top 40 with Casey Kasem. Now we're up to our long distance dedication, and this one is about kids and pets, and a situation we can all understand, whether we have kids or pets or neither. It comes from a group of men in State Pen, Pennsylvania, and here's what they write -

'Dear Casey, This may seem to be a strange dedication request, but I am quite sincere and it will mean a lot if you play it. Im writing on behalf of myself and the rest of the fellows in my 'Mens Group". We've all been anxiously awaiting the arrival of our newest member, Jerry. Jerry is a pretty special case for us here and we've been following his deeds extremely closely. After what many would say was a very blessed life, Jerry decided to return those blessings by starting a charity that would benefit underprivelidged youth. Surrounding himself with at risk children, vulnerable with poor family support groups, Jerry took it upon himself to teach these boys lessons that they won't soon forget and all will carry those memories for the rest of their lives. Never one to brag, Jerry chose to keep his actions quiet believing that it would be much easier for him to carry on in silence.

You see, Casey.... in our little group of 35 or so, due to his work with children, men like Jerry are held in a certain kind of regard. Some of us were a bit concerned, worried that he may not be joining us. But fortunately news came in this evening that soon we would be beginning a relationship that is bound to last the rest of Jerry's life. Now, odds are, he's going to be a bit upset that he can no longer carry on as before, Casey, but we've decided to fill Jerry's gap by bestowing upon him the same graciousness and tender care that he has shown to all those young boys he mentored. Its going to be a large load - a very, VERY large load - but the plan is have the men distribute it evenly to Jerry, much to everyones great relief! There is undoubtably going to be a bit of culture shock , an adjustment phase if you will. For someone like Jerry, so used to being the giver, there's bound to be a great deal of reluctance on his part to accept these types of changes. But he's earned it.He's so very earned everything he has coming to him here.And while initially he may resist or put up a struggle - with a little spit and elbow grease, no hesitation on our part, it will eventually sink home in him and provide him with a new insight on his actions.We believe that it is truly time for Jerry to reap what he has sown and we are all looking forward to treating him as he has treated others. It is the daily goal of every swinging man jack here to impact Jerry deeply as he himself had done to those previously entrusted into his care - but in reverse and TENFOLD!!!!

Casey - could you kindly play "Don't It Make Your Brown Eye Blue?" for our new friend Jerry Sandusky at Pennsylvania State University? We do hope he's listening, for this is a message from those of us who are looking to make a good impression on him, all the way from his future home, here in the State Pen. Signed, Cellblock 4.'

Ok, Cellblock 4 heres your long distance dedication - "Don't It Make Your Brown Eye Blue?"...

That's a classic by Crystal Gayle - "Don't It Make Your Brown Eye Blue?" a long distance dedication from Cellblock 4 in the State Pen, halfway around the world to their new pet Jerry Sandusky at Pennsylvania State University.

And there you have em, the forty biggest hits on the pop charts based on official airplay data. For American Top Forty I'm Casey Kasem reminding Jerry Sandusky " To keep his hands around his ankles and his ass reaching for the stars!!"
 
2012-06-23 05:12:27 AM
I can forgive quite a few things. The crimes in this case ain't on that list.

I hope there is a really hot piece of coal in hell reserved for this farker.
 
2012-06-23 05:19:49 AM

Bigdogdaddy: If only they would charge the people in administration who knew about this and did absolutely nothing. They are just as guilty as he is.


See, if you really cared about the kids, and weren't just some witch-hunter, you'd know that Tim Curley and Gary Schultz have charges pending against them, and Graham Spanier will probably have charges levied against him in the near future. Sure, it's just perjury, but they got Capone on tax evasion and not any of the shiat he actually did.

But no, you probably want to dig up JoePa's corpse and put it in the defense chair as you charge him with something as well. The Catholic Church did that once to one of their Popes, so there's precedent for witch-hunters there.
 
2012-06-23 05:24:16 AM

IlGreven: Bigdogdaddy: If only they would charge the people in administration who knew about this and did absolutely nothing. They are just as guilty as he is.

See, if you really cared about the kids, and weren't just some witch-hunter, you'd know that Tim Curley and Gary Schultz have charges pending against them, and Graham Spanier will probably have charges levied against him in the near future. Sure, it's just perjury, but they got Capone on tax evasion and not any of the shiat he actually did.

But no, you probably want to dig up JoePa's corpse and put it in the defense chair as you charge him with something as well. The Catholic Church did that once to one of their Popes, so there's precedent for witch-hunters there.


Aww, poor dead JoePa. You are farking stoned if you think Curley, Schultz and Spanier get convicted of anything. Again, fark your god-coach.
 
2012-06-23 05:33:53 AM

TsukasaK: Is this the revenge rape fetishist thread? Oh good, I haven't missed it.

/lock the guy up and throw away the key
//you people calling for him to be raped etc are terrible


They aren't bad people. they are just sheltered middle-class boys, who have never seen the inside of an actual penal institution. They have all sorts of bizarre, homoerotic fantasies about what prison life is like.
 
2012-06-23 05:38:18 AM

jso2897: TsukasaK: Is this the revenge rape fetishist thread? Oh good, I haven't missed it.

/lock the guy up and throw away the key
//you people calling for him to be raped etc are terrible

They aren't bad people. they are just sheltered middle-class boys, who have never seen the inside of an actual penal institution. They have all sorts of bizarre, homoerotic fantasies about what prison life is like.


Nah, they (we) are just looking forward to what is going around...coming around.
 
2012-06-23 06:46:33 AM
 
2012-06-23 06:50:17 AM

Max Awesome: relcec: Max Awesome: 9beers: Why do the victims have attorneys?

What the fark do you mean?

They aren't knowledgeable in the field of law, and deserve expert representation.

Asshole.

representation?
you mean they'd have trouble filing a multimilliondollar suits themselves so they need expert representation.
if this pedo lived in a singlewide and had no affiliation with a billion dollar institution they wouldn't have representation because it would be a money sucking proposition.

/not that there is anything wrong with that.

I sued the crap out of the church that parachuted the pervert priest into my parish from across the country so that he could continue raping kids with no oversight. If Penn State turned a blind eye the same way the Anglican Church did in my case, then those victims deserve their pound of flesh and whatever dollar amount will help them overcome the disadvantages they've had to struggle with as a result of having been raped as kids.

And they don't deserve to be further denigrated by assholes who have lived charmed lives free from being raped as a child. You have no idea how it nearly completely destroys a man. It's a huge hurdle to have to overcome to just near some approximation of normality. If some monetary composition can help those poor men then nobody who has any semblance of humanity should begrudge them that small compensation.


THIS
 
2012-06-23 07:03:24 AM

Sabyen91: IlGreven: Bigdogdaddy: If only they would charge the people in administration who knew about this and did absolutely nothing. They are just as guilty as he is.

See, if you really cared about the kids, and weren't just some witch-hunter, you'd know that Tim Curley and Gary Schultz have charges pending against them, and Graham Spanier will probably have charges levied against him in the near future. Sure, it's just perjury, but they got Capone on tax evasion and not any of the shiat he actually did.

But no, you probably want to dig up JoePa's corpse and put it in the defense chair as you charge him with something as well. The Catholic Church did that once to one of their Popes, so there's precedent for witch-hunters there.

Aww, poor dead JoePa. You are farking stoned if you think Curley, Schultz and Spanier get convicted of anything. Again, fark your god-coach.


That, and there have been people who were conspirators in a crime that ended up with harsher punishments than the people that actually committed the crime. I have no links to back it up, but it has happened.
 
2012-06-23 07:44:31 AM

R.A.Danny: I hope he dies with a fist in his ass.


We should all be so lucky...
 
2012-06-23 07:47:20 AM

doglover: gunther_bumpass: high-profile escape goat.

A what!?

[1.bp.blogspot.com image 477x599]


i.imgur.com
"if we need an escape goat, I think we should just let this one go."
 
2012-06-23 07:52:53 AM

Gyrfalcon: HardRocker488: Here's hoping they don't isolate him from the general population.

Sorry, but they will. Less because of the rape thingy than because he's just too high-profile to place in GP. Also because of his age. He's not going to any kind of supermax PMITA prison. He'll be going someplace for geriatric prisoners.


He'll probably be held in protective custody at the state penitentiary. He won't be raped, but his life will be insufferably boring. He'll be kept in his cell 23 hours a day. He'll have very few comforts. He might--might-- get a TV or a radio, and the occasional old book with missing pages to read. And when he's allowed out, he'll be allowed into a bare concrete room only slightly larger than his cell. He'll also get to leave once a week for a shower, alone. On the walk to his shower, he'll be in handcuffs and leg irons, and be told to stay on the solid yellow line the whole way there and back. If his family is supportive, they might even bring him some soap.

I know it's hard for most people to relate to, but seriously, people go crazy in long term protective custody. And no, I'm not speaking figuratively. I mean people go really crazy, developing severe mental disorders as a result.
 
2012-06-23 07:53:52 AM

Somacandra: ox45tallboy: but at Penn State, he was God and it is not unfair to expect him to be omnipotent instead of just all-powerful.

I find it interesting that someone is finally breaking out the religion language. The people in this thread most blaming Paterno for and the surrounding culture for treating him like a "God" are themselves treating Paterno like a God too. Its a rare sight to see projection this thoroughly documented. If you want people to stop treating sports and sports coaches like Gods, you'll have to stop ascribing omnipotence, omniscience and omnibenevolence to all of them yourself too. Paterno was not the unversity President, Provost, HR director, or Penn State policy maker concerning sexual harassment. All of those offices I just named are occupied by other locally powerful people with their own agendas who aren't cowed by football coaches, be they Joe Paterno or Barry Switzer. Best to remember that. There is still a lot of investigating to do and I dare say that few enough of the facts and names have come out. There will be time to assign appropriate blame to dead people. Best to stop treating them like Gods right now.


Oh I see, you have no farking clue about PSU.
 
2012-06-23 08:04:06 AM

TsukasaK: Is this the revenge rape fetishist thread? Oh good, I haven't missed it.

/lock the guy up and throw away the key
//you people calling for him to be raped etc are terrible


Agreed. If we want someone to be repeatedly raped as part of their punishmen, we should codify it in our laws as such. A civilized society ought not to condone any vigilante justice, especially something as vile as rape.

Again, if you think child molesters should be raped repeatedly, then lobby for our politicians to change the constitution to allow rape to be a prescribed punishment. I, however, think we ought to prevent prisoners from raping other prisoners whenever possible.
 
2012-06-23 08:06:19 AM

Jimmiesbluz: provide him with a new insight on his actions.


We don't know for sure, but I'd say there's a good chance Jerry Sandusky was raped or otherwise sexually abused when he was a child.
 
2012-06-23 08:16:50 AM
The Fr. Goeghan suite at prison should be available.
 
2012-06-23 08:31:21 AM
durbnpoisn.comli.com


This story makes me wish there really were a hell. Because he won't live long enough to pay the full price for what he has done.
 
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