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Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?
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Author:  JJ [ Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:10 pm ]
Post subject:  Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?

what do you think

Author:  Stinky [ Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:40 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?

I was wondering what took them so long.

Author:  Pokecheque [ Fri Nov 11, 2011 2:42 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?

Yes. What other option was there?

We need to quit deifying sports figures, no matter how good they are, no matter how long they've lasted. In the end he's a man who chose his own career, his own legacy over the safety of some innocent kids. He chose to look the other way, simply saying "well, I did all I can do," and continued to employ a man he knew in his heart was a child molester. He's lucky he won't be brought up on charges. No one should feel sorry for him for a nanosecond. The man got to coach football and got well-paid to do it for DECADES. The fact he didn't get to end it on his own terms is on his head and his head alone.

What I want to know is why fucking McQueary still has a job.

Author:  Tuzer [ Sun Nov 13, 2011 1:26 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?

Av-merican wrote:
Yes. What other option was there?

We need to quit deifying sports figures, no matter how good they are, no matter how long they've lasted. In the end he's a man who chose his own career, his own legacy over the safety of some innocent kids. He chose to look the other way, simply saying "well, I did all I can do," and continued to employ a man he knew in his heart was a child molester. He's lucky he won't be brought up on charges. No one should feel sorry for him for a nanosecond. The man got to coach football and got well-paid to do it for DECADES. The fact he didn't get to end it on his own terms is on his head and his head alone.

What I want to know is why fucking McQueary still has a job.

Exactly what he said!

Author:  Chris18 [ Sun Nov 13, 2011 2:08 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?

Tuzer wrote:
Av-merican wrote:
Yes. What other option was there?

We need to quit deifying sports figures, no matter how good they are, no matter how long they've lasted. In the end he's a man who chose his own career, his own legacy over the safety of some innocent kids. He chose to look the other way, simply saying "well, I did all I can do," and continued to employ a man he knew in his heart was a child molester. He's lucky he won't be brought up on charges. No one should feel sorry for him for a nanosecond. The man got to coach football and got well-paid to do it for DECADES. The fact he didn't get to end it on his own terms is on his head and his head alone.

What I want to know is why fucking McQueary still has a job.

Exactly what he said!

Agreed.

Author:  JJ [ Mon Nov 14, 2011 9:52 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Did Penn state do the right thing in firing Jo Pa?

def. agree. why does he still have a job? where's are resident atty? can we get some feed back on this? Is he untouchable from a legal stand point sincwe he did report it to his superior? or is the DA asking that he not be fired so he co-operates with the investigation?

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