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(The College Fix)   Where could someone go for a job, who resigned in disgrace due to a national sex scandal involving abusing countless boys and young men? I mean who in their right mind would consider such a person as a ...oh   (thecollegefix.com) divider line 127
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2012-07-28 04:11:12 PM
Gotta admit, I figured it was the Catholic church.
 
2012-07-28 04:18:53 PM
Proof?

Oh, a college student news service.

Never mind.
 
2012-07-28 04:22:14 PM

St_Francis_P: Gotta admit, I figured it was the Catholic church.


He's got the sort of experience they'd value.
 
2012-07-28 04:23:40 PM
He knows how to keep his mouth shut.
 
2012-07-28 04:24:56 PM

teto85: Proof?

Oh, a college student news service.

Never mind.


There's this:

Link

Although it only makes matters murkier.
 
2012-07-28 04:33:58 PM
They should give him Bachmann's seat in the house; he can at least keep his mouth shut.
 
2012-07-28 04:43:21 PM
This is what Green Greenwald is talking about. People with power in this country face no repercussions for their illegal acts.
 
2012-07-28 04:59:38 PM

coco ebert: This is what Green Greenwald is talking about. People with power in this country face no repercussions for their illegal acts.


I'm quite sure he'll be in civil court off and on for years.
 
2012-07-28 05:07:14 PM

2wolves: coco ebert: This is what Green Greenwald is talking about. People with power in this country face no repercussions for their illegal acts.

I'm quite sure he'll be in civil court off and on for years.


Doesn't civil liability favor wealthier people or institutions who can afford to pay out? That's what happens with banks at least, paying fines becomes just the cost of doing business. The point is that we don't hold powerful people criminally liable for their crimes.
 
2012-07-28 05:15:59 PM

coco ebert: 2wolves: coco ebert: This is what Green Greenwald is talking about. People with power in this country face no repercussions for their illegal acts.

I'm quite sure he'll be in civil court off and on for years.

Doesn't civil liability favor wealthier people or institutions who can afford to pay out? That's what happens with banks at least, paying fines becomes just the cost of doing business. The point is that we don't hold powerful people criminally liable for their crimes.


Haven't for a long, long, time. Not a single Bankster has been indicted, let alone convicted, of screwing over most of the civilized world.
 
2012-07-28 05:17:06 PM
I see it as a perfect assignment. Everyone knows he can keep secrets.
 
2012-07-28 05:18:41 PM
Hey look, someone is directing hate to one of the people who actually did the cover up at Penn State. Let's watch the Internet suddenly get angry at them like a mob taking direciton.
 
2012-07-28 05:54:11 PM

GAT_00: Hey look, someone is directing hate to one of the people who actually did the cover up at Penn State. Let's watch the Internet suddenly get angry at them like a mob taking direciton.


They didn't defend JoePa's enabling of Sandusky, why would they defend this sumbag?
 
2012-07-28 06:00:45 PM

vygramul: GAT_00: Hey look, someone is directing hate to one of the people who actually did the cover up at Penn State. Let's watch the Internet suddenly get angry at them like a mob taking direciton.

They didn't defend JoePa's enabling of Sandusky, why would they defend this sumbag?


That's not the point I'm making. The Penn State anger has been very specifically directed. Go back and look at all the threads on the sanctions. Ctrl-F for Graham Spanier, or look for people who mentioned the Freeh Report.
 
2012-07-28 06:01:38 PM
Quoted source from the Washington Post says that he is a "contractor" on something that is "Top Secret"

hence

img1.fark.net
 
2012-07-28 06:04:34 PM

GAT_00: vygramul: GAT_00: Hey look, someone is directing hate to one of the people who actually did the cover up at Penn State. Let's watch the Internet suddenly get angry at them like a mob taking direciton.

They didn't defend JoePa's enabling of Sandusky, why would they defend this sumbag?

That's not the point I'm making. The Penn State anger has been very specifically directed. Go back and look at all the threads on the sanctions. Ctrl-F for Graham Spanier, or look for people who mentioned the Freeh Report.


That's because no one disagrees that Spanier is a scumbag. There's no conversation to be had. You argue with people who disagree with you. The only people who argue with people who agree with them are insane girlfriends.
 
2012-07-28 06:17:53 PM

vygramul: That's because no one disagrees that Spanier is a scumbag.


Really? You all seem to agree that JoePa molested kids. Doesn't stop you from talking about how evil he was 2000 times a thread. Nobody mentioned the Board until I brought it up in at least one thread. Nobody. Hell, nobody mentioned Sandusky. It was just JoePa. Who passionately hates someone and never mentions them when the discussion is about them?

Funny. That's the same tone of all the media reports those threads start on. Everyone claims to have read the report, but nobody discusses it except the parts about JoePa. It's a targeted campaign to slander the guy who is dead and can't defend himself. You all just happily go along and be manipulated.
 
2012-07-28 07:05:20 PM

GAT_00: vygramul: That's because no one disagrees that Spanier is a scumbag.

Really? You all seem to agree that JoePa molested kids. Doesn't stop you from talking about how evil he was 2000 times a thread. Nobody mentioned the Board until I brought it up in at least one thread. Nobody. Hell, nobody mentioned Sandusky. It was just JoePa. Who passionately hates someone and never mentions them when the discussion is about them?

Funny. That's the same tone of all the media reports those threads start on. Everyone claims to have read the report, but nobody discusses it except the parts about JoePa. It's a targeted campaign to slander the guy who is dead and can't defend himself. You all just happily go along and be manipulated.


Yes, really. I haven't seen one post saying panier is in no way responsible, morally or legally. I have, however, seen people who argue that if JoePa fulfilled his legal responsibility, he also fulfilled his moral responsibility - an argument you would be hard-pressed to find for Spanier.
 
2012-07-28 07:08:56 PM
Isn't trustworthy? I believe it depends on who is trusting him.
 
2012-07-28 07:09:23 PM
How the fark do you pass a TS investigation when your past performance was covering up pedo rape?
 
2012-07-28 07:10:32 PM

Sandelaphon: How the fark do you pass a TS investigation when your past performance was covering up pedo rape?


I just thought again and realized it means somebody must have figured he could keep secrets.
 
2012-07-28 07:10:34 PM
Well, where do you recommend he gets a job, subby? Even convicts released from jail have to find work somewhere.
 
2012-07-28 07:11:26 PM
McDonald's
 
2012-07-28 07:11:53 PM
Actually it would seem that the IRS would be the perfect place for guys of his ilk.

They spend all day every day farking people for pay.
 
2012-07-28 07:12:22 PM
This means that the photographer that molested Dana Plato on Different Strokes is now President and Barack Obama has to get gay married to Joe Paterno's statue.
 
2012-07-28 07:13:03 PM
 
2012-07-28 07:13:49 PM
Drew Curtis' FARK.com?
 
2012-07-28 07:14:32 PM

vygramul: Yes, really. I haven't seen one post saying panier is in no way responsible, morally or legally.


I don't think anyone in those threads knew or cared who this guy was. They had JoePa to hate, they were told to hate him, and that's what happened.
 
2012-07-28 07:15:06 PM

Sandelaphon: How the fark do you pass a TS investigation when your past performance was covering up pedo rape?


Government full of criminals perhaps?
 
2012-07-28 07:15:08 PM

GAT_00: vygramul: That's because no one disagrees that Spanier is a scumbag.

Really? You all seem to agree that JoePa molested kids. Doesn't stop you from talking about how evil he was 2000 times a thread. Nobody mentioned the Board until I brought it up in at least one thread. Nobody. Hell, nobody mentioned Sandusky. It was just JoePa. Who passionately hates someone and never mentions them when the discussion is about them?

Funny. That's the same tone of all the media reports those threads start on. Everyone claims to have read the report, but nobody discusses it except the parts about JoePa. It's a targeted campaign to slander the guy who is dead and can't defend himself. You all just happily go along and be manipulated.


Well, thankfully we have you, our courageous conscience, here to remind everyone how we should think, feel and act. And to think you even managed to pull it off without coming across as smug and condescending at all.
 
2012-07-28 07:15:44 PM

GAT_00: Hey look, someone is directing hate to one of the people who actually did the cover up at Penn State. Let's watch the Internet suddenly get angry at them like a mob taking direciton.


Eh, they're only angry if someone not at all involved in the scandal pipes up that maybe their own livelihoods should not be shot down in the crossfire.
 
2012-07-28 07:16:42 PM
The best time to put a news story into the cycle is when you have no facts to share about it.
 
2012-07-28 07:16:50 PM
Who better to work with a Top Secret clearance then a man who keeps secrets. Duh.
 
2012-07-28 07:17:10 PM

Sandelaphon: How the fark do you pass a TS investigation when your past performance was covering up pedo rape?


Well, he has yet to be charged with any sort of crime, so his criminal record is clean as a whistle...for now...
 
2012-07-28 07:18:16 PM

skinink: Well, where do you recommend he gets a job, subby? Even convicts released from jail have to find work somewhere.


you sound like an ex-con.
 
2012-07-28 07:18:24 PM
Managing a homoerotic armored wankball team?
 
2012-07-28 07:18:55 PM
I don't think you get a "Top Secret" clearance with that kind of background.
 
2012-07-28 07:18:58 PM
GAT_00, just remember it is you who is turning this thread into a JoePa thread, no one else.
 
2012-07-28 07:19:23 PM
Link farked.
 
2012-07-28 07:20:16 PM

GAT_00: vygramul: Yes, really. I haven't seen one post saying panier is in no way responsible, morally or legally.

I don't think anyone in those threads knew or cared who this guy was. They had JoePa to hate, they were told to hate him, and that's what happened.


You really believe your delusions, huh? Get help.
 
2012-07-28 07:21:22 PM
I was thinking YMCA myself.. but the Catholic church would make a good second choice..
 
2012-07-28 07:23:11 PM

GAT_00: vygramul: Yes, really. I haven't seen one post saying panier is in no way responsible, morally or legally.

I don't think anyone in those threads knew or cared who this guy was. They had JoePa to hate, they were told to hate him, and that's what happened.


So? If JoePa was morally clean in this fiasco, you would be completely right and would have every reason to white knight for him.
 
2012-07-28 07:23:41 PM
Surprised nobody's blamed THIS administration yet OR are we all finally admitting that they're all corrupt and any administration would've done the same?

Nah
 
2012-07-28 07:23:52 PM
This sounds legit
 
2012-07-28 07:26:12 PM

cantsleep: GAT_00, just remember it is you who is turning this thread into a JoePa thread, no one else.


/me masturbates and is happy
 
2012-07-28 07:26:42 PM

skinink: Well, where do you recommend he gets a job, subby?


Porn-theatre janitor seems more apropos than taxpayer-supported mystery gig.
 
2012-07-28 07:27:05 PM

2wolves: coco ebert: 2wolves: coco ebert: This is what Green Greenwald is talking about. People with power in this country face no repercussions for their illegal acts.

I'm quite sure he'll be in civil court off and on for years.

Doesn't civil liability favor wealthier people or institutions who can afford to pay out? That's what happens with banks at least, paying fines becomes just the cost of doing business. The point is that we don't hold powerful people criminally liable for their crimes.

Haven't for a long, long, time. Not a single Bankster has been indicted, let alone convicted, of screwing over most of the civilized world.


Well, maybe not in this country.
 
2012-07-28 07:27:33 PM

skinink: Well, where do you recommend he gets a job, subby? Even convicts released from jail have to find work somewhere.


I humbly submit:

themurkyfringe.com
 
2012-07-28 07:27:34 PM

vygramul: GAT_00: vygramul: Yes, really. I haven't seen one post saying panier is in no way responsible, morally or legally.

I don't think anyone in those threads knew or cared who this guy was. They had JoePa to hate, they were told to hate him, and that's what happened.

So? If JoePa was morally clean in this fiasco, you would be completely right and would have every reason to white knight for him.


I've never said he was completely clean, and I'm merely pointing out that it seems to me that you are all allowing yourselves to be manipulated. Now, me, I hate that. I don't like being used as a pawn, and I don't like people using others to do it either.
 
2012-07-28 07:28:24 PM
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