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2012-10-08 09:37:25 AM
4 votes:
I am just amazed that he's pushing for an interview to tell his story. Can't we just push him into a woodchipper already?
2012-10-08 10:56:34 AM
3 votes:

Weaver95: "A lot of guys live for it," said the man who works with released sex offenders. "Football season is huge."


Hmm, a contrived, homoerotic pseudo-sport for closet cases is popular among sex offenders? You don't say.
2012-10-08 09:27:06 AM
3 votes:
I still can't believe they didn't voluntarily shut down the football program for at least a couple of years. That slap on the wrist by the NCAA was nothing.
2012-10-08 11:22:53 AM
2 votes:
No way he will get put into the general population. He wouldn't last an hour.

If they're really looking to keep him alive he will be as separate as possible. Considering his advanced age they may even be able to do it for the rest of his natural life.

But one slip up and it will be a badge of pride for any inmate that can get a shiv into him.
2012-10-08 10:28:29 AM
2 votes:
It's sad how many Americans are fully in support of rape. We joke about it, say people deserve it. Just because they're criminals. Hey you broke a law! Time to get ass raped! It's pretty farking sick. Yes, criminals deserve punishment. But nobody, at any time, ever, deserves to be raped. We shouldn't allow horrible things to happen, just because we don't like the people that they're happening to. Even if those people are rapists themselves. An Eye for an Eye is barbaric and based on vengeance, not justice.

Hell, prison rape doesn't even seem to work as a deterrent, seeing as that it pretty much only happens in the US, and the US has the highest number of incarcerated individuals in the world. (also places with the death penalty tend to have higher murder rates too. Funny that)
2012-10-08 09:56:40 AM
2 votes:
Paterno knew.
Curley knew.
Shultz knew.
Corbitt knew.

One's dead.
Three are walking free.

Good old Pennsyltuckey. Leading the nation in economic justice again, I see.
2012-10-08 09:37:42 AM
2 votes:

SuperT: man, rape sure is funny guys!


Penn State administration and supporters sure thought it was, until it hurt the football program.
2012-10-08 09:36:11 AM
2 votes:
man, rape sure is funny guys!
2012-10-08 09:35:12 AM
2 votes:

doubled99: I know! We could have stopped child abuse for good if only there was no PSU football.
Now there's nothing to stop the rapings.


Another Penn State alum endorsing child rape I see. Seriously, what punishment was given to Penn State for covering this up? Forfeit a few games and couple of dollars? Big farking deal. You people have no shame, and sure has hell haven't changed the core reason for this cult of personality was given carte blanche to do whatever the hell they wanted to.
2012-10-08 09:31:27 AM
2 votes:
born_yesterday Smartest
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2012-10-08 09:28:19 AM


Johnny Swank: I still can't believe they didn't voluntarily shut down the football program for at least a couple of years. That slap on the wrist by the NCAA was nothing.





I know! We could have stopped child abuse for good if only there was no PSU football.
Now there's nothing to stop the rapings.
2012-10-08 08:53:52 AM
2 votes:
He'll be able to watch college football, including Penn State, when the games are broadcast on ESPN or another major network.

"A lot of guys live for it," said the man who works with released sex offenders. "Football season is huge."


Sandusky is gonna have to be in protected custody. if they put him into general population he's a dead man.
2012-10-08 04:50:15 PM
1 votes:

Olympic Trolling Judge: Diagram the sentence. " and how it has affected the university." She clearly indicates "how it has affected the university" as a reason for making the sentence harsh.


'There isn't a sentence that I believe is harsh enough for what he has done' is an independent clause. She said there is 'isn't a sentence harsh enough for what he has done' - that's what she said and I take her at her word. That she added 'and how it has affected the university' is just the icing. You missed the cake. 'And' means 'in addition to'.
2012-10-08 04:31:57 PM
1 votes:

whistleridge: tonguedepressor: So lets figure out the over/under for how long before we hear of an incident. I'm going with 4 weeks.

Over. He's old, he's quiet, he's easy to guard. They're going to put him someplace where he's surrounded by guys that have 6 weeks until they're out, guys that are only in for embezzling from their church or credit card fraud or something.

If they put him in general high security, he'll be dead or the cause of a riot in a week, and the LAST thing anyone in Pennsylvania wants is this guy getting even more attention.

He won't rape any more boys, and he'll always have to deal with bumps/shoves/piss in his lemonade, but by and large he'll live out the rest of his days in peace and quiet. Hooray for justice.


Agreed. Wouldn't it be cool if he, in a moment of clarity, realized the gravity of his crimes and just hung himself in his jail cell?
2012-10-08 02:22:41 PM
1 votes:
I wonder how Rod Blagojevich is getting on?
2012-10-08 01:45:40 PM
1 votes:

504_King_streetcar: IN THIS TOWN CHILDREN WERE RAPED AND YOU DID NOTHING TO STOP IT


I need to go visit google maps.
Need to annotate a few things.
2012-10-08 01:38:11 PM
1 votes:

fireclown: Weaver95: nah, that's bad for business. they'll lock him up somewhere secure until everyone kinda forgets about him.

This damned well shouldn't be forgotten. Penn State football fans should be confronted by this subject at every away game. They should have to defend their support for an organization that concealed the raping of children.


Here's what you do: erect hundred foot high stone obelisks all around the PSU campus and surrounding town. Make it so there is almost no place where the obelisks can't be seen. The obelisks should have the following carved into them: IN THIS TOWN CHILDREN WERE RAPED AND YOU DID NOTHING TO STOP IT. The letters should be filled with luminous paint so they can be seen at night. The incomes of anyone working for PSU or living within 5 miles should be tithed to pay for it. Alternatively, drop a small nuke on the place, then put up the obelisks as a warning to the other pedophiles. That won't happen, of course. The money PSU generates with it's football program will see to that. Money is more important than making sure children are not used as playthings by rich men. It's things like Sandusky and the possibility that he might be part of a kiddy diddler's club that make me wonder what would really be so bad about an apocalypse.
2012-10-08 12:43:37 PM
1 votes:
Wow, another thread where the pitchforks are out for anyone who doesn't think the doors should be nailed shut at Penn State, yelling "child rape-promoter" at those who disagree. Color me shocked. Don't you people get tired of the faux outrage? If you really care, go donate funds or your time to help victims of abuse.
2012-10-08 12:25:40 PM
1 votes:

KrispyKritter: a lot of TV programs tell me this fellow will be in a very protected area with people just like him. he will not suffer even a tiny bit of the horror he put upon lord knows how many innocent children. and that is just so sad.
i think monsters like Sandusky are why so many people have faith, religion. because it's just too hard for them to fathom that you can be a wonderfully kind person all your life or you can be a child rapist all your life. and in the end all you are is worm fodder. i think for many the truth is just too unkind.


You say some weird shiat sometimes, KK, but I think you nailed this one. I hear so many people talking about "karma" and stuff like that (if they aren't religious), but you know what I've seen in my life? The people who are the worst sorts of humans often do just fine, and their victims are ignored, because no one else wants to admit that the world is so damn farking unjust either. Sweep it under the rug. "Hatred is unhealthy, you have to move on " (my particular favorite, since I was told this myself.) The world has to believe that somehow it all evens out, that the bad people pay and the good people win, just like the Bible and all those movies tell us.

But oh, surely they'll get it in the after life--God will punish them. Of course, honey--He will. You just keep believing that. I'm sure those Wall Street banker sociopaths will burn in the pits of hell.
2012-10-08 12:00:45 PM
1 votes:

AppleOptionEsc: OK, farkers, why is it some of you are OK with prison rape?


I don't know. But I'm not. I guess I'm some sort of pussy. You take your worst piece of scum imaginable - once the state removes him from the general population of humankind I think he should be incarcerated and cared for with some basic level of human compassion - yes, compassion, above and beyond any he offered his fellow humans in return. Now I might personally want to kill or torture the guy, especially if he harmed a loved one of mine, but I don't think there's any room for that kind of stuff as a state-sponsored solution to anything.
2012-10-08 10:38:54 AM
1 votes:

KrispyKritter: a lot of TV programs tell me this fellow will be in a very protected area with people just like him. he will not suffer even a tiny bit of the horror he put upon lord knows how many innocent children. and that is just so sad.

i think monsters like Sandusky are why so many people have faith, religion. because it's just too hard for them to fathom that you can be a wonderfully kind person all your life or you can be a child rapist all your life. and in the end all you are is worm fodder. i think for many the truth is just too unkind.


No, the reason people have faith is that they realize Sandusky is not a monster; he is a human being just like you and I. Everything he did, you and I are capable of doing.

That we never ended up in circumstances where we thought raping young boys was a good idea is something to be thankful for, wouldn't you agree?
2012-10-08 10:34:21 AM
1 votes:
OK, farkers, why is it some of you are OK with prison rape? You might as well throw people into a giant pit with no guards. Either you are OK with the government holding criminals in prison, or you are OK with lynch mobs. It can't be both, because I have never seen a single farker defend the shiatty jails/prisons in other countries like Venezuela or Iran, where rape is A-OK by the government, along with torture.
2012-10-08 10:25:05 AM
1 votes:

tonguedepressor: So lets figure out the over/under for how long before we hear of an incident. I'm going with 4 weeks.


Over. He's old, he's quiet, he's easy to guard. They're going to put him someplace where he's surrounded by guys that have 6 weeks until they're out, guys that are only in for embezzling from their church or credit card fraud or something.

If they put him in general high security, he'll be dead or the cause of a riot in a week, and the LAST thing anyone in Pennsylvania wants is this guy getting even more attention.

He won't rape any more boys, and he'll always have to deal with bumps/shoves/piss in his lemonade, but by and large he'll live out the rest of his days in peace and quiet. Hooray for justice.
2012-10-08 10:14:42 AM
1 votes:

vudukungfu: Paterno knew.
Curley knew.
Shultz knew.
Corbitt knew.

One's dead.
Three are walking free.

Good old Pennsyltuckey. Leading the nation in economic justice again, I see.


I really, REALLY want to see Corbett get nailed for this. So sleazy he makes me wish for Rendell....
2012-10-08 10:11:49 AM
1 votes:
I'm too lazy to read this comments. Are they predictably full of people who both applaud the fact that US prisons are places full of extra-judicial retribution while simultaneously pontificating on the importance of the "rule of law" while not being able to quite put their finger on why the us recidivism rates are through the roof?

that the evil child rapist stands a large chance of being himself raped or murdered in prison reflects badly, not well, on us.
2012-10-08 09:59:21 AM
1 votes:

vudukungfu: Paterno knew.
Curley knew.
Shultz knew.
Corbitt knew.

One's dead.
Three are walking free.


You forgot Spanier. While I don't agree with you about wiping the school from the face of the earth, fark those guys that actually hid Jerry's actions in the ear with a rusty spork.
2012-10-08 09:53:39 AM
1 votes:
Ain't nothin' more hilarious than prison rape. Oh, man. Stop it. You're killing us!
2012-10-08 09:53:26 AM
1 votes:
Johnny Swank Smartest
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2012-10-08 09:35:12 AM


doubled99: I know! We could have stopped child abuse for good if only there was no PSU football.
Now there's nothing to stop the rapings.

Another Penn State alum endorsing child rape I see. Seriously, what punishment was given to Penn State for covering this up? Forfeit a few games and couple of dollars? Big farking deal. You people have no shame, and sure has hell haven't changed the core reason for this cult of personality was given carte blanche to do whatever the hell they wanted to.




Yup! Exactly! I'm actually Paterno's grandson. "Cause that's the only way I would be against the abolition of football there. And I'm totally for child rape.


p.s. I'm sorry the mean football players picked on you in high school. They can't hurt you anymore.
2012-10-08 09:49:04 AM
1 votes:

Weaver95: nah, that's bad for business. they'll lock him up somewhere secure until everyone kinda forgets about him.


This damned well shouldn't be forgotten. Penn State football fans should be confronted by this subject at every away game. They should have to defend their support for an organization that concealed the raping of children.
2012-10-08 09:44:44 AM
1 votes:

SockMonkeyHolocaust: I am just amazed that he's pushing for an interview to tell his story. Can't we just push him into a woodchipper already?


An industrial shredder would be quicker, they could grind him up all at once instead of feeding him in bit by bit.
2012-10-08 09:32:10 AM
1 votes:
a lot of TV programs tell me this fellow will be in a very protected area with people just like him. he will not suffer even a tiny bit of the horror he put upon lord knows how many innocent children. and that is just so sad.

i think monsters like Sandusky are why so many people have faith, religion. because it's just too hard for them to fathom that you can be a wonderfully kind person all your life or you can be a child rapist all your life. and in the end all you are is worm fodder. i think for many the truth is just too unkind.
2012-10-08 09:26:04 AM
1 votes:

FirstNationalBastard: Weaver95: duckpoopy: Prison sounds better than my life. How do I sign up?

oh that's easy - just grab an ounce of pot and wave it around for a bit. or copy a song off the internet. you could also protest against wall street or just not pay your fines on library books. any of those will get you locked up.

But what if I start a war based on non-existent evidence, or destroy local economies by shipping jobs to China?


that won't get you arrested, but it might get you promoted.
2012-10-08 09:24:39 AM
1 votes:

theurge14: "RIP HIM A NEW ONE!"

"Guard, can you get this old guy away from the TV?"

"YEAH, GET HIS ASS! GET IT! OHHHH GOOD TACKLE!"

"Guard?"


He's going in as a tight end but coming out as a wide receiver.
2012-10-08 09:23:23 AM
1 votes:

Weaver95: duckpoopy: Prison sounds better than my life. How do I sign up?

oh that's easy - just grab an ounce of pot and wave it around for a bit. or copy a song off the internet. you could also protest against wall street or just not pay your fines on library books. any of those will get you locked up.


But what if I start a war based on non-existent evidence, or destroy local economies by shipping jobs to China?
2012-10-08 09:21:57 AM
1 votes:

duckpoopy: Prison sounds better than my life. How do I sign up?


oh that's easy - just grab an ounce of pot and wave it around for a bit. or copy a song off the internet. you could also protest against wall street or just not pay your fines on library books. any of those will get you locked up.
2012-10-08 09:17:54 AM
1 votes:

duckpoopy: Prison sounds better than my life. How do I sign up?


You can apply at your local bank.
2012-10-08 09:17:44 AM
1 votes:
Probably more like a crunchy thump as the broom handle splits his head.
2012-10-08 09:11:13 AM
1 votes:
Prison sounds better than my life. How do I sign up?
 
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