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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    [quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="JPizzack"][quote user="dezzzR"][quote user="JPizzack"][quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="JPizzack"]


    [quote user="lttaylor56"][quote user="dezzzR"]ok ok in all seriousness, penera or chipolte????
    [/quote]Chipolte[/quote]</P>


    I had Panera for the first time a month or so ago while visiting the blonde in the city. i wasnt impressed. I'll give it another try at some point, but as of right now i'd say
    PANERA!</P>


    [/quote]The blonde, the blonde. How is she?
    [/quote]</P>


    fine I suppose. she's coming up to visit tmrw. I have not spoken to her much lately actually.
    she said she wont be coming home very often anymore because she has her own space now, and not alot of reason to. understandable i suppose.
    but i hate the city, so im not about to waste my weekends there lol</P>


    [/quote]so ex one to the next one?
    [/quote]</P>


    no lag between the vag?</P>


    she was never my girl really....she was my sure thing, and i was her safe bet...that's all.
    What do they call that in the world of pimpin'? oh yea....my bottom b*tch!! lmao</P>


    [/quote]Are you giving me the wrong advices? I thought she was yo shawtie?
    [/quote]</P>


    lol. sure, I have an attachment to her....but we were never a thing really, we just kinda hada thing...
    Idk if that makes any sense, but like i said, we were each other's safe bet...
    I mean, maybe one day, if something clicks we will be.....

    but i cant even commit to a cell phone contract! we have a mutual understanding, lol</P>
    Oderint Dum Metuant

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    awww man. fat mike just read a quote im not sure who he was quoting

    "im not sure how to put this anyother way other than sadusky was pimping the kids out"
    pput a ****ing bullet in this ****s head nooow.

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    The 49ers have not allowed a touchdown to an opposing running back at home all year.

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    Told by a graduate assistant in 2002 that former Nittany Lions defensive
    coordinator Jerry Sandusky had sexually assaulted a boy, believed to be
    10 years old, in the showers of Penn State's football complex, Paterno
    did nothing more than inform athletic director Tim Curley and university
    vice president Gary Schultz of the allegation. Paterno never personally
    called police. His son, Scott Paterno, told the Philadelphia Inquirer
    on Wednesday that his father<font color="#0000FF"> never even asked</font> Sandusky -- his assistant
    coach for three decades and who was once considered his heir apparent --
    about the incident.

    This wasn't a case of Paterno choosing to ignore
    allegations of booster payments to a player or improper grade changes by
    a professor. Paterno's inaction allegedly involved one of the most
    heinous crimes a person can commit -- the rape of a child. While Paterno
    has not been accused of legal wrongdoing -- authorities have said he
    cooperated during the investigation -- he is guilty of gross
    indifference, if nothing else. Morally, Paterno should have done more
    and he now concedes it.

    Sadly, it's too late for apologies. <font color="#0000FF">Paterno and
    the others believed Sandusky was enough of a threat to children in 2002
    to ban him from having youth sports camps on the Penn State campus or
    from bringing children to the school's football facilities.</font> Apparently,
    they just didn't believe Sandusky was enough of a threat to call police
    about their concerns.

    After informing Curley and Schultz of the
    allegations, Paterno apparently never even bothered to ask why nothing
    was done. <font color="#0000FF" size="4">Because of his status as an iconic coach on a football-crazed
    campus, Paterno commanded attention and could have demanded an
    investigation at any time.<cite></cite></font><span class="page-actions"><cite class="source"></cite></span><font color="#0000FF" size="4"><font size="3"></font></font></p>

    Instead, Paterno and the others did nothing.</p>

    For
    nearly a decade after graduate assistant Mike McQueary allegedly
    witnessed Sandusky subjecting a 10-year-old boy to anal intercourse,
    Sandusky had free reign of Penn State's football facilities. According
    to published reports, Sandusky worked out in Penn State's weight room as
    late as last week.
    </p>

    Paterno's "Grand Experiment" was supposed to be a blueprint for how
    intercollegiate sports should work, a harmonious balance of academics
    and athletics, which would ensure that the players who enrolled at Penn
    State would be better men when they left.</p>

    Somehow, Paterno's Grand Experiment became the Great Cover-up.</p>

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    From Jemelle Hill:

    For a man of Paterno's stature to turn his back on a child, to allow
    what appears to be a serial child predator to continue to have access to
    his program -- shockingly, Sandusky maintained an office across the
    street from the Penn State football team's building -- is totally
    unforgivable.

    <font color="#0000FF">Legally, Paterno is clear. Morally, he is as guilty as any
    of the adults who maintained a code of inactivity -- especially
    McQueary, who chose to flee the building rather than assist a helpless
    child.</font>

    If Sandusky is proved guilty, he is obviously the worst monster in
    this sordid horror story. But it isn't a stretch to suggest that
    Paterno played the role of Dr. Frankenstein. He didn't create the
    monster, but if Sandusky is guilty, then Paterno is at least partially
    responsible for the tragedies of every one of the victims assaulted
    after that unidentified boy in the shower.



    Funny how all these ESPN writers and mostly everyone is saying what MH and I have.

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Told by a graduate assistant in 2002 that former Nittany Lions defensive
    coordinator Jerry Sandusky had sexually assaulted a boy, believed to be
    10 years old, in the showers of Penn State's football complex, Paterno
    did nothing more than inform athletic director Tim Curley and university
    vice president Gary Schultz of the allegation. Paterno never personally
    called police. His son, Scott Paterno, told the Philadelphia Inquirer
    on Wednesday that his father<font color="#0000FF"> never even asked</font> Sandusky -- his assistant
    coach for three decades and who was once considered his heir apparent --
    about the incident.

    This wasn't a case of Paterno choosing to ignore
    allegations of booster payments to a player or improper grade changes by
    a professor. Paterno's inaction allegedly involved one of the most
    heinous crimes a person can commit -- the rape of a child. While Paterno
    has not been accused of legal wrongdoing -- authorities have said he
    cooperated during the investigation -- he is guilty of gross
    indifference, if nothing else. Morally, Paterno should have done more
    and he now concedes it.

    Sadly, it's too late for apologies. <font color="#0000FF">Paterno and
    the others believed Sandusky was enough of a threat to children in 2002
    to ban him from having youth sports camps on the Penn State campus or
    from bringing children to the school's football facilities.</font> Apparently,
    they just didn't believe Sandusky was enough of a threat to call police
    about their concerns.

    After informing Curley and Schultz of the
    allegations, Paterno apparently never even bothered to ask why nothing
    was done. <font size="4" color="#0000FF">Because of his status as an iconic coach on a football-crazed
    campus, Paterno commanded attention and could have demanded an
    investigation at any time.<cite></cite></font><span class="page-actions"><cite class="source"></cite></span><font size="4" color="#0000FF"><font size="3"></font></font></p>

    Instead, Paterno and the others did nothing.</p>

    For
    nearly a decade after graduate assistant Mike McQueary allegedly
    witnessed Sandusky subjecting a 10-year-old boy to anal intercourse,
    Sandusky had free reign of Penn State's football facilities. According
    to published reports, Sandusky worked out in Penn State's weight room as
    late as last week.
    </p>

    Paterno's "Grand Experiment" was supposed to be a blueprint for how
    intercollegiate sports should work, a harmonious balance of academics
    and athletics, which would ensure that the players who enrolled at Penn
    State would be better men when they left.</p>

    Somehow, Paterno's Grand Experiment became the Great Cover-up.</p>[/quote]

    This is sensational reporting (I hope everyone understands that) but that doesn't mean there isn't a grain of truth in it.

    I think the truth is Paterno in the end, became a jaded old man whose reputation was one of a morally righteous coach, but maybe that's not what he was anymore, but that's not illegal...and not really even immoral, I do not think there was anything wrong with him not personally demanding an investigation upon the FIRST complaint....it was just a story he heard from someone who he may or may not have trusted who knows, he did what was necessary...passed it out to the AD, but as soon as a second (and god forbid third) similar complaint came in, being Joe Pa...being who he is and allowing his reputation to be what it is.....he HAS to push for the investigation at that point.

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"]

    The one positive thing thats come from this entire fiasco is that we have our hysterical Scrappy back.</p>


    </p>[/quote]

    sorry for telling u to **** off - **** of me

    i couldn't believe u just asked how do we give JP a pass after all of that. My fist almost went through my computer screen
    [/quote]As a former PSU fan, Joe Pa should have instantly canned that a-hole sandusky in addition to having his wahzoo beaten the f' down.

    As for Joe Pa, if all is true he shoulda been fired. If he knew about someone doing that and didnt immediatley can sandusky then he's in the wrong
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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Told by a graduate assistant in 2002 that former Nittany Lions defensive
    coordinator Jerry Sandusky had sexually assaulted a boy, believed to be
    10 years old, in the showers of Penn State's football complex, Paterno
    did nothing more than inform athletic director Tim Curley and university
    vice president Gary Schultz of the allegation. Paterno never personally
    called police. His son, Scott Paterno, told the Philadelphia Inquirer
    on Wednesday that his father<font color="#0000ff"> never even asked</font> Sandusky -- his assistant
    coach for three decades and who was once considered his heir apparent --
    about the incident.

    This wasn't a case of Paterno choosing to ignore
    allegations of booster payments to a player or improper grade changes by
    a professor. Paterno's inaction allegedly involved one of the most
    heinous crimes a person can commit -- the rape of a child. While Paterno
    has not been accused of legal wrongdoing -- authorities have said he
    cooperated during the investigation -- he is guilty of gross
    indifference, if nothing else. Morally, Paterno should have done more
    and he now concedes it.

    Sadly, it's too late for apologies. <font color="#0000ff">Paterno and
    the others believed Sandusky was enough of a threat to children in 2002
    to ban him from having youth sports camps on the Penn State campus or
    from bringing children to the school's football facilities.</font> Apparently,
    they just didn't believe Sandusky was enough of a threat to call police
    about their concerns.

    After informing Curley and Schultz of the
    allegations, Paterno apparently never even bothered to ask why nothing
    was done. <font color="#0000ff" size="4">Because of his status as an iconic coach on a football-crazed
    campus, Paterno commanded attention and could have demanded an
    investigation at any time.<cite></cite></font><span class="page-actions"><cite class="source"></cite></span><font color="#0000ff" size="4"><font size="3"></font></font></p>

    Instead, Paterno and the others did nothing.</p>

    For
    nearly a decade after graduate assistant Mike McQueary allegedly
    witnessed Sandusky subjecting a 10-year-old boy to anal intercourse,
    Sandusky had free reign of Penn State's football facilities. According
    to published reports, Sandusky worked out in Penn State's weight room as
    late as last week.
    </p>

    Paterno's "Grand Experiment" was supposed to be a blueprint for how
    intercollegiate sports should work, a harmonious balance of academics
    and athletics, which would ensure that the players who enrolled at Penn
    State would be better men when they left.</p>

    Somehow, Paterno's Grand Experiment became the Great Cover-up.</p>[/quote]WOW, this is the worst incident to occur in sports probably in history..... The graphicness of that report made me want to vomit.

    Too bad they dont have public stonings anymore, LOL
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    Round2: Kareem Martin, UNC, DE
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    Round4: Travis Swanson, C, Arkansas
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    Round5: Brandon Coleman, WR, Rutgers

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Funny how all these ESPN writers and mostly everyone is saying what MH and I have. [/quote]

    It's not funny it's sad, expected, but sad, they will all off course pile on Joe Pa because it get's more viewers/readers.

    News in general (sports or otherwise) no longer lets truth get in the way of good stories.

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    Re: THEE GAME IS vs THE BUFFALO BILLS ON OCT 16th!

    [quote user="DavenIII"][quote user="bigblue4417"]Told by a graduate assistant in 2002 that former Nittany Lions defensive
    coordinator Jerry Sandusky had sexually assaulted a boy, believed to be
    10 years old, in the showers of Penn State's football complex, Paterno
    did nothing more than inform athletic director Tim Curley and university
    vice president Gary Schultz of the allegation. Paterno never personally
    called police. His son, Scott Paterno, told the Philadelphia Inquirer
    on Wednesday that his father<font color="#0000FF"> never even asked</font> Sandusky -- his assistant
    coach for three decades and who was once considered his heir apparent --
    about the incident.

    This wasn't a case of Paterno choosing to ignore
    allegations of booster payments to a player or improper grade changes by
    a professor. Paterno's inaction allegedly involved one of the most
    heinous crimes a person can commit -- the rape of a child. While Paterno
    has not been accused of legal wrongdoing -- authorities have said he
    cooperated during the investigation -- he is guilty of gross
    indifference, if nothing else. Morally, Paterno should have done more
    and he now concedes it.

    Sadly, it's too late for apologies. <font color="#0000FF">Paterno and
    the others believed Sandusky was enough of a threat to children in 2002
    to ban him from having youth sports camps on the Penn State campus or
    from bringing children to the school's football facilities.</font> Apparently,
    they just didn't believe Sandusky was enough of a threat to call police
    about their concerns.

    After informing Curley and Schultz of the
    allegations, Paterno apparently never even bothered to ask why nothing
    was done. <font color="#0000FF" size="4">Because of his status as an iconic coach on a football-crazed
    campus, Paterno commanded attention and could have demanded an
    investigation at any time.<cite></cite></font><span class="page-actions"><cite class="source"></cite></span><font color="#0000FF" size="4"><font size="3"></font></font></p>

    Instead, Paterno and the others did nothing.</p>

    For
    nearly a decade after graduate assistant Mike McQueary allegedly
    witnessed Sandusky subjecting a 10-year-old boy to anal intercourse,
    Sandusky had free reign of Penn State's football facilities. According
    to published reports, Sandusky worked out in Penn State's weight room as
    late as last week.
    </p>

    Paterno's "Grand Experiment" was supposed to be a blueprint for how
    intercollegiate sports should work, a harmonious balance of academics
    and athletics, which would ensure that the players who enrolled at Penn
    State would be better men when they left.</p>

    Somehow, Paterno's Grand Experiment became the Great Cover-up.</p>[/quote]

    This is sensational reporting (I hope everyone understands that) but that doesn't mean there isn't a grain of truth in it.

    I think the truth is Paterno in the end, became a jaded old man whose reputation was one of a morally righteous coach, but maybe that's not what he was anymore, but that's not illegal...and not really even immoral, <font color="#0000FF">I do not think there was anything wrong with him not personally demanding an investigation upon the FIRST complaint</font>....it was just a story he heard from someone who he may or may not have trusted who knows, he did what was necessary...passed it out to the AD, but as soon as a second (and god forbid third) similar complaint came in, being Joe Pa...being who he is and allowing his reputation to be what it is.....he HAS to push for the investigation at that point.
    [/quote]
    It was the third time...Don't tell me Joe Pa knew nothing about these first 2 incidents. These guys were best ****ing friends for decades.



    1998

    Victim 6 is taken into the locker rooms and showers when he is 11 years
    old. When Victim 6 is dropped off at home, his hair is wet from
    showering with Sandusky. His mother reports the incident to the
    university police, who investigate.</p>

    Detective Ronald Schreffler
    testifies that he and State College Police Department Detective Ralph
    Ralston, with the consent of the mother of Victim 6, eavesdrop on two
    conversations the mother of Victim 6 has with Sandusky. Sandusky says he
    has showered with other boys and Victim 6's mother tries to make
    Sandusky promise never to shower with a boy again but he will not. At
    the end of the second conversation, after Sandusky is told he cannot see
    Victim 6 anymore, Schreffler testifies Sandusky says, "I understand. I
    was wrong. I wish I could get forgiveness. I know I won't get it from
    you. I wish I were dead."</p>

    Jerry Lauro, an investigator with the
    Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, testifies he and Schreffler
    interviewed Sandusky, and that Sandusky admits showering naked with
    Victim 6, admits to hugging Victim 6 while in the shower and admits that
    it was wrong.</p>

    The case is closed after then-Centre County District Attorney Ray Gricar decides there will be no criminal charge.</p>

    June 1999

    Sandusky retires from Penn State but still holds emeritus status.</p>

    Fall 2000

    A janitor named James Calhoun observes Sandusky in the showers of the
    Lasch Football Building with a young boy, known as Victim 8, pinned up
    against the wall, performing oral sex on the boy. He tells other
    janitorial staff immediately. Fellow Office of Physical Plant employee
    Ronald Petrosky cleans the showers at Lasch and sees Sandusky and the
    boy, who he describes as being between the ages of 11 and 13.</p>

    Calhoun
    tells other physical plant employees what he saw, including Jay
    Witherite, his immediate supervisor. Witherite tells him to whom he
    should report the incident. Calhoun was a temporary employee and never
    makes a report. Victim 8's identity is unknown.</p>

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