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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 10:15:00 PM

GAT_00: Nobody mentioned the Board until I brought it up in at least one thread. Nobody. Hell, nobody mentioned Sandusky. It was just JoePa


Sad. I was never quite sure about you before. Hyperbole aside, you clearly believe the above to some degree which is absurd...or you are a troll's troll.

\fret not, I will perform my role as a pawn and continue to ready your posts.
 
2012-07-28 10:20:45 PM
10 dollars says he's working for DHS or DOS in a job requiring no security clearance doing something menial...or supervising ppl who do something menial.
 
2012-07-28 10:54:12 PM

EmmaLou: 10 dollars says he's working for DHS or DOS in a job requiring no security clearance doing something menial...or supervising ppl who do something menial.


$20 says he's unemployed and making a sad attempt to pretend he has a job.

/ I am employed to provide sex to Hollywood's hottest young starlet
// Can't tell you who, it would break my contract
 
2012-07-28 10:55:22 PM

Void_Beavis: 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.

Sadly this. Also, the courts have become a market in their own right so they can more than make up that cost of doing business by suing others. In fact they can turn a healthy profit by doing so.

We, as a society, are so screwed its not even funny.


You understand that the courts don't make any money off the litigants, right? Also that courts don't actually sue other people, just provide a forum for them to sue one another? AND that courts are shutting down nationwide because the states that support them don't have any funding to pay them anymore.
 
2012-07-28 10:55:46 PM
He needs sompin sompin brown time with Bubba.
Farkin Pero-enabler.

He needs to be crucified in the courts, -
Then, drawn and quartered on the 50 yard line in front of the masturbating crowd of Paterno apologists that think that covering up for child rape rape rape Rapity rapisit rapiness is good for football and maney is good for the nation, then fed to piranhas in a fish tank and then tossed into a wood chipper.

Farking pedo supporter.

Why would anyone allow him to live unless he was only being kept alive to entertain the legitimate citizens who do NOT support child rate ?
 
2012-07-28 11:02:08 PM
Further more, he's a sad sacked asshole, who deserves at least a fighting chance against a horde of fire ants, while being tied down to stakes and covered in honey. The farking shait of a human who was granted access to the freedoms of an American citizen and yet felt it unworthy to report a crime so heinous that no other member of society could sleep at night knowing about, and yet did nothing.

Fark him in the ass with a red hot poker and then give him an enema with ghost pepper sauce.

Defend him, and you ar as good as the Papist ass rapers who conflict humanity with their very existence.
 
2012-07-28 11:05:33 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: 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.

That would be because all the threads where you come to throw these hissy fits have to do with JoePa. Try to use more of your brain and less of your emotions when it comes to this. You're smart and clever in almost every other thread I see you in, and then Penn State comes up and you froth at the mouth.


But it's true. This whole thing has been attack after attack on Joe Paterno. Difficulty: Spanier had authority OVER Joe. Joe had the love and support of the community. Spanier had the actual seat of power on the university. He could have called in the media all on his onesie and didn't. He knew as much as Joe allegedly because they were using the same emails to communicate.

Joe's crucifixion is a classic "Fall of the Favorite" ploy. Penn State's administrators were just as guilty. In fact two of them are on trial. But Joe was famous and died. He's beyond hurt, so they dumped the whole thing in his lap and the proles ate it up because "Hey, we've heard of that guy." Spainier, on the other hand, just as bad if not moreso because as someone not involved with the foorball program directly he should have been more willing to do something. Not a single person calls for his blood because "Spaniel? Isn't that dog?"

It's like watching children playing their first game of chess. You can see exactly where everything's gonna go then surprise surprise, that's exactly what happens.
 
2012-07-28 11:05:36 PM
Really?
Condoning, or covering up child rape?
'

And he's free?


Where is the Criminal justice system?
Off having doughnuts with the supertroopers?
 
2012-07-28 11:12:42 PM
I just hope they cancel "bring your child to work day" in the department he works for now.
 
2012-07-28 11:16:14 PM

Gyrfalcon: Void_Beavis: 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.

Sadly this. Also, the courts have become a market in their own right so they can more than make up that cost of doing business by suing others. In fact they can turn a healthy profit by doing so.

We, as a society, are so screwed its not even funny.

You understand that the courts don't make any money off the litigants, right? Also that courts don't actually sue other people, just provide a forum for them to sue one another? AND that courts are shutting down nationwide because the states that support them don't have any funding to pay them anymore.


The "they" I was referring to were litigants. Not courts.

/sorry for not clarifying.
 
2012-07-28 11:46:41 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.


That's what happens when you vote for Democrats and/or Republicans.
 
2012-07-29 12:02:32 AM

Void_Beavis: Sadly this. Also, the courts have become a market in their own right so they can more than make up that cost of doing business by suing others. In fact they can turn a healthy profit by doing so.


Gyrfalcon: You understand that the courts don't make any money off the litigants, right? Also that courts don't actually sue other people, just provide a forum for them to sue one another?


I had the same thought at first, too.

But reading Void_Beavis's comment again I think he meant unscrupulous people use the courts as a venue (market) to make money by suing other people.

The litigious people make a healthy profit, the courts and the taxpayers provide the stage.
 
2012-07-29 12:10:47 AM

Gyrfalcon: You understand that the courts don't make any money off the litigants, right?


Well, technically, they *do* charge court fees. But practically, you're correct. Although, if there were no litigants, why would we need to employ the court system? So...they kind of depend on litigants, whether they directly profit from each of them or not.
 
2012-07-29 12:12:04 AM

St_Francis_P: teto85: Proof?

Oh, a college student news service.

Never mind.

There's this:

Link

Although it only makes matters murkier.


"His lawyer confirms to the Loop that Spanier is working on a part-time consulting basis for a "top-secret" agency on national security issues. But the gig is so hush-hush, he couldn't even tell his attorneys the name of the agency."

Ah, I see he's working for the Department of Lying About Your Job.
 
2012-07-29 12:13:21 AM

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


then explain this!
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/08/us/blagojevich-expresses-remorse-in - courtroom-speech.html?_r=1
 
2012-07-29 01:06:36 AM

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

then explain this!
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/08/us/blagojevich-expresses-remorse-in - courtroom-speech.html?_r=1


Rappin' Rod wasn't wealthy. He got caught trying to get there. Hence prison. Whats the next promotion from his last post? But he definitely had the right "anything can be had for the right price sleaze mentality" for the job.
 
2012-07-29 01:33:12 AM
I didn't know NAMBLA was a government agency.
 
2012-07-29 01:37:05 AM

Void_Beavis: Gyrfalcon: Void_Beavis: 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.

Sadly this. Also, the courts have become a market in their own right so they can more than make up that cost of doing business by suing others. In fact they can turn a healthy profit by doing so.

We, as a society, are so screwed its not even funny.

You understand that the courts don't make any money off the litigants, right? Also that courts don't actually sue other people, just provide a forum for them to sue one another? AND that courts are shutting down nationwide because the states that support them don't have any funding to pay them anymore.

The "they" I was referring to were litigants. Not courts.

/sorry for not clarifying.


Ah. Carry on.
 
2012-07-29 01:44:25 AM
My first instinct is to call this a bunch of horsesh*t... But since it's on the Internet it must be true, right?
 
2012-07-29 01:48:40 AM

Fark Me To Tears: My first instinct is to call this a bunch of horsesh*t... But since it's on the Internet it must be true, right?


I believe it's true that he told his lawyer(s) and/or others what they are claiming he told them. But, by that standard of proof, I'm a children's neurosurgeon who moonlights as a private detective and also occasionally helps NASA solve tough problems. Just ask around in the bars.
 
2012-07-29 02:15:04 AM
If the stories about the Nebraska Boys' Town scandal are true, then this is not really surprising.

Here's a link to the unaired BBC documentary Conspiracy of Silence.

Here's another link just in case.

I don't think it's that unbelievable that the wealthy and politicians would organize child diddling societies, parties, etc. If the Sandusky cover shows us anything is that this kind of stuff happens and powerful people who are in positions to put a stop to it sometimes won't.

fark all of these disgraceful wastes of life.
 
2012-07-29 02:16:28 AM
that should be cover up of course
 
2012-07-29 04:49:32 AM

buckler: I don't think you get a "Top Secret" clearance with that kind of background.


You get to be Pope.
 
2012-07-29 08:47:11 AM

doglover: But it's true. This whole thing has been attack after attack on Joe Paterno. Difficulty: Spanier had authority OVER Joe. Joe had the love and support of the community. Spanier had the actual seat of power on the university. He could have called in the media all on his onesie and didn't. He knew as much as Joe allegedly because they were using the same emails to communicate.

Joe's crucifixion is a classic "Fall of the Favorite" ploy. Penn State's administrators were just as guilty. In fact two of them are on trial. But Joe was famous and died. He's beyond hurt, so they dumped the whole thing in his lap and the proles ate it up because "Hey, we've heard of that guy." Spainier, on the other hand, just as bad if not moreso because as someone not involved with the foorball program directly he should have been more willing to do something. Not a single person calls for his blood because "Spaniel? Isn't that dog?"

It's like watching children playing their first game of chess. You can see exactly where everything's gonna go then surprise surprise, that's exactly what happens.


Again - they're talking about charges against Spanier. No one disagrees. Everyone's fine with Spanier facing prison time. What's to discuss? If we see an article discussing that charges won't be filed - without some pretty compelling proof of his innocence (like duress proved by a death threat signed by the Penn State football team or some other absurdly unlikely equivalent) - then you'll see outraged expressed by the same people who are outraged at Paterno.

But ultimately, Paterno doesn't deserve defense. The hero-worship overwhelming all reasonable assessment of the man's behavior is painfully obvious. If the person under discussion's name was Bowden or Krzyzewski, I would imagine a VERY different set of people doing the defending, but an awful lot of overlap in the people being outraged. Heck - I bet even OJ Simpson's defenders see a disproportionate number of USC fans.
 
2012-07-29 12:51:43 PM
FTFA: 'That's right, Graham Spanier, who resigned from his position at Penn State last fall in the midst of the sex abuse scandal, now has a job working for a "top secret" federal agency, according to his lawyer.'

I hear he's also got a girlfriend in Canada.
 
2012-07-29 04:08:52 PM
In the meantime, the government continues to employ Spanier, which means that we are all paying his salary with our tax dollars. It also means that the government is entrusting work related to our national security to Spanier-a man who has proved that he simply isn't trustworthy.

Yeah, but neither is the government, and he can keep a secret.
 
2012-07-30 11:44:55 AM

vygramul: Reverend Monkeypants: 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

You think the administration had a say in this?

Really?

Really?


No, I don't. I was expecting derp and found none!
 
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