The callous, conscienceless zombies of State College, Pennsylvania, the home of Pedopohile State University and the football team called the Sodomy Lions, are so divorced from reality and so demented in their fetishistic worship of the late alleged pedophile enabler Joe Paterno that they are having a parade in honor of him right after his funeral service this Wednesday.
I was going to refrain from posting again about the overrated late coach most noted for allegedly having failed to call the police or child services about his former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky’s alleged assaults on underaged boys in Penn State facilities. I wasn’t going to bother mentioning again how Paterno himself publicly stated he Continue reading
Life is great when it’s not your own children allegedly being raped
If you were following the Jerry Sandusky/ Joe Paterno scandal through ESPN’s coverage you might get the impression that a group of children maliciously conspired to smear the “legacy” of Joe Paterno. In fact, I think I can go the rest of my life without ever again hearing the words Paterno and legacy in the same sentence. Or paragraph. Or more.
Anyone familiar with the muck and slime of NCAA Division 1 football is aware of how common it is for schools and/ or alumni to cover up wrongdoing by players and coaches. After decades of coaching staffs and athletic directors looking the other way or outrightly participating in coverups and misdeeds a reasonable person might have sarcastically asked “Geez, what would it take for these creatures to think something is more important than avoiding embarrasment or winning games – multiple child rapes?”
Well the ongoing investigation at Penn State allegedly proves that even that low estimation of the ethics of coaches and administrators in Division 1 football would be wrong. Apparently there is Continue reading
I keep meaning to refrain from writing about the cesspool that is the Jerry Sandusky/ Joe Paterno story out of Penn State, but the PSU students rioting in support of Paterno, ESPN’s ongoing snubbing of the victims and their families plus Paterno’s own callous behavior (especially his whining about getting fired by phone after practically daring the Penn State trustees to do it) keep driving me to discuss angles of the story that sportscasters don’t seem capable of grasping.
Alleged pedophile enabler Joe Paterno and his family are not the victims here. The children who were allegedly raped by Paterno’s former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky are. The families of those children are victims, too, especially of the way that Paterno, one of the Continue reading