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It says little for us that we only remember the negative and controversial aspects of a person's life. We are like ravens ready to pick apart road-kill that is not yet cold.
The fact of the matter is that child molestation and other forms of abuse most often last a lifetime. In this case Paterno AND other grown men should have stepped up and been men. I repeat, let the trolling & voting down of a realistic answer beg
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Don't worry about the expense either, it will just get derived from the hands of the working man. Great idea!!!
As opposed to the 6.5 million they spent on the report? Or the money they spent hiding this over the last 14 years? Or the payout they gave sandusky in 1998? Or the money they're spending now to renovate the building?
The costs would not be passed onto "the working man."
Penn State and college football in general will feel the repercussions for years! After all the lawsuits and a ruined football program, they won;t have funds or the need for new facilities.
If the NCAA is smart they'll give the football program the death penalty. If SMU got it for what they did in the 1980's, then anything NCAA does afterward if they don't hand it down would be a joke.
That would be a good idea, but the death penalty will affect a lot of innocent people, from the players, to the people who have businesses in the area of the stadium
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Matthew Weese says
I don't even like Penn. St. I'm a Vols Fan. LOL :)
I completly disagree with the first half of this answer but I am voting up. Mostly because I don't see how 4 people thought it didn't add to the conversation.
Are you are Prison Guard? or an Ex-Con, or someone who hears about Prison then speaks because he knows what he's talking about?
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