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#1 Nov 14 2011 at 8:39 AM Rating: Sub-Default
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What's happening in Penn St is a direct result of the acceptance of deviant lifestyles choices. When radical left academics are allowed to have free reign again this is the result. From what i've read everyone knew this guy was doing this and apparently these kids were being passed around to boosters as well. There's no doubt Penn St is one of the most liberal colleges out there my question is how much of this kind of thing is going on with other radical left colleges.

When you hear people asking the question "how could this have happened?" Simply put the people running the show (liberal academics) didn't think there was anything wrong with it.
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Yup, there's nothing more academic and liberal than big-name college football in Pennsyltucky.

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What the fuck does the football program and shcool turning a blind eye to a child molester, in order to protect their multi million dollar generating football program have to do with liberals?
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What's happening in Penn St is a direct result of the acceptance of deviant lifestyles choices. When radical left academics are allowed to have free reign again this is the result. From what i've read everyone knew this guy was doing this and apparently these kids were being passed around to boosters as well. There's no doubt Penn St is one of the most liberal colleges out there my question is how much of this kind of thing is going on with other radical left colleges.

When you hear people asking the question "how could this have happened?" Simply put the people running the show (liberal academics) didn't think there was anything wrong with it.

You're so full crap I can smell you from here.
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"how could this have happened?"
People like you like to live vicariously through college sports teams and are willing to look the other way no matter what.
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#6varusword75, Posted: Nov 14 2011 at 8:47 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Ugly,
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Ugly,

They all knew Sandusky was like that...president and all. And apparently higher ups and boosters were also being "serviced".

I'm also saying that the radical lefts acceptance of deviant lifestyle choices, like homosexuality, created the perfect environment for this to happen.

What's your explanation of the Catholic Church doing the same and far more widespread then?
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varusword75 wrote:

I'm also saying that the radical lefts acceptance of deviant lifestyle choices, like homosexuality, created the perfect environment for this to happen.


How so?

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It's good to see you rationalize crime. Smiley: smile
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Oh, just because it's funny: Gerald Arthur "Jerry" Sandusky is a registered Republican.
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I don't want to be too political, but I think both major US parties are against child rape.
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varusword75 wrote:
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What's your explanation of the Catholic Church doing the same and far more widespread then?


What? What does that have to do with liberal academia fostering this sort of deviant environment? You want to b*tch and moan about catholicism start another thread.
What it has to do with this is that the same thing has happened within the Catholic Church, widespread at that, and they're not liberal. What this means, is that if this can happen in a non-liberal environment, how does it happening in a liberal environment automatically make the liberal environment at fault?

Based on your rationale, I can start decreeing that Jesus encourages raping children.


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I don't want to be too political, but I think both major US parties are against child rape.
Don't go trying to inject logic into a varus thread. You'll just hurt yourself.
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how does it happening in a liberal environment automatically make the liberal environment at fault?
Because it's about a Republican so he has to defend him. Smiley: schooled

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Well, I never thought politics mattered in this before, but I can see Varus point about irresponsible Penn State liberals letting registered Republicans like Joe Paterno and Jerry Sandusky run free.

That's the point he was making right?
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I blame organized commercial sports, particularly american football, for corrupting our academic institutions with boy-rape and other nonsensical nonsense.

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varusword75 wrote:
What's happening in Penn St is a direct result of the acceptance of deviant lifestyles choices.

I'd have guessed it's the direct result of college sports fetishism, 1950's era machoism and the old school "ain't my business" mindset.
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varusword75 wrote:
What's happening in Penn St is a direct result of the acceptance of deviant lifestyles choices.

I'd have guessed it's the direct result of college sports fetishism, 1950's era machoism and the old school "ain't my business" mindset.
Luckily, Varus was here to enlighten you, and the rest of us.
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#21varusword75, Posted: Nov 14 2011 at 10:00 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) The homosexual community is ensconced in college academia. The radical liberal teachers sell this idea that everything should be tolerated. This is the kind of environment that allows pedophiles and other deviants to prosper.
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The radical liberal teachers sell this idea that everything should be tolerated.
Don't you want the liberals to tolerate what Republicans do?
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Right, radical liberal environments like the Catholic church, and college football.
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The homosexual community is ensconced in college academia.

Apparently the pedophile community is ensconced in college athletics so there ya go.

At least the academics aren't raping children.

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varusword75 wrote:
The homosexual community is ensconced in college academia. The radical liberal teachers sell this idea that everything should be tolerated. This is the kind of environment that allows @#%^philes and other deviants to prosper.

So, y'know, like Ugly said. The Catholic church is the exact opposite of that and they have a fuck load of paedophiles.
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varusword75 wrote:
The homosexual community is ensconced in college academia. The radical liberal teachers sell this idea that everything should be tolerated. This is the kind of environment that allows @#%^philes and other deviants to prosper.
Interesting theory.

How do you explain the well-known lack of correlation between pedophilia and homosexuality?

How does supporting *** marriage lead to supporting child-rape?

How are radical liberal teachers so effective at corrupting the minds of moderate conservative sports coaches?
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This is a quality ******* theory that only can virus bring when he's on his A game. Lately he's been phoning it in but this just drips with hypocrisy and "I was told what to think so it's right!" Way to step your game back up virus.
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I knew those professors of mine were up to no good. **** hippies. Smiley: rolleyes
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How do you explain the well-known lack of correlation between @#%^philia and homosexuality?
He's using the Catholic Church's track record, when it's convenient.
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Varus's theory about this being because of college academics is great except for the niggling fact that most college academics hate football programs and would be thrilled to find any excuse to shut them down.


PS: Paterno is a conservative and a personal friend of Bush

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#31varusword75, Posted: Nov 14 2011 at 10:54 AM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Elinda,
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You think anyone from Penn St is conservative?
Jerry is. Smiley: laugh
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Did you even bother to look into the relationship between @#%^philes and homosexuals?

http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=IS02E3

Boom! Called that one.
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How are radical liberal teachers so effective at corrupting the minds of moderate conservative sports coaches?


You think anyone from Penn St is conservative? That there's your problem.
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Obviously the take-away here is that Bush endorses and supports pedophila.
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Obviously the take-away here is that Bush endorses and supports pedophila.


Of course, he's a liberal. All that spending and running up the debt... Smiley: wink
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Like father like son, since ol' Herbert Walker called Sandusky's charity work one of his "Points of Light."
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Elinda,

Did you even bother to look into the relationship between @#%^philes and homosexuals?

http://www.frc.org/get.cfm?i=IS02E3


Why would I look at that?

The coach that did the dirty on the boys wasn't ***. Why do you lie?
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Like father like son, since ol' Herbert Walker called Sandusky's charity work one of his "Points of Light."


The OP blew up in varus' face so badly, that I'm in a state of wonderment. How much research do you think he does to come up with these satirical awful arguments that are so loaded with hilarious counterpoints?

There's a real comedian at work, here.

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He probably heard it on that one talk radio show he jizims over every so often. The best part of Sandusky's charity work? It was for youngsters from broken homes and troubled backgrounds. Like a **** candy store. Smiley: laugh
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The best part of Sandusky's charity work? It was for youngsters from broken homes and troubled backgrounds. Like a **** candy store. Smiley: laugh


Yeah I read the court documents. Freakin' horrifying stuff in there.

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I clicked varus's link, for the lulz, and now all of my ZAM ads are for the Family Research Council.

Sorry ZAM, you're going back on the ads blacklist :(
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I clicked varus's link, for the lulz, and now all of my ZAM ads are for the Family Research Council.

Sorry ZAM, you're going back on the ads blacklist :(


Incentive for varus' bi-annual banning, I'd say.
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#45varusword75, Posted: Nov 14 2011 at 1:34 PM, Rating: Sub-Default, (Expand Post) Eske,
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It's a simple, stubborn fact that homosexuals molest children at much higher rates than the heterosexual population.
Them Catholic priests sure do love their choir boys.
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It's also why christians don't want their children indoctrinated into the belief that homosexuality is a valid and moral lifestyle choice.
Catholic priests disagree with you.

I'm most amused at the lengths you're going to to defend Jerry.

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It's also why christians don't want their children indoctrinated into the belief that homosexuality is a valid and moral lifestyle choice.
Instead, they decree it as wrong and then fondle little boys behind closed doors followed by sweeping it under the rug when they get found out.
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Varus, define the word "fact".
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Facts are for people who think critically and for themselves Smiley: schooled
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It is a fact that there is a lot of "homosexual pedophilia," as in young boys being exploited by men. This, however, doesn't work the way varus keeps telling himself it does. The gender of the child is immaterial. It's not that a person is attracted to males, and therefore touches male children, it's that a person is attracted to children and touches children. There is generally not a whole lot of sexual attraction to other adults in most cases. Are there a lot of cases in which someone who is normally attracted to the same adult *** touches a small child of either ***? No. There simply isn't. Not when compared to the whole of cases.
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