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    Deace on Spanier

    Anyone catch Deace's comment during the 11-09-11 show? Listen here at around 19:45.

    "That president ought to be taken out back and introduced to a rock quarry with some guys who really know how to throw a pitch..."



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    .....and? What is your analysis/opinion on this?



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Never heard an analogy quite like that. Thought it was clever. That's all. Delivery was good too.


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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    He said something on Miller and Deace on Wednesday that I lol'd at. Something to the effect of Paterno does not have much time left on earth, he should not be buying green bananas if you know what I mean.



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    I'm surprised Deace isn't zeroing in on Spanier:

    Graham Spanier was an abused child. To this day, he carries the hallmarks of abuse on his face. The son of a Holocaust survivor, Spanier was beaten by his father, having his nose broken so frequently that it couldn't be straightened.

    Spanier remembered as change agent at UNL - Omaha.com

    While serving at Penn State's College of Health and Human Development, he published a thesis exploring the normalization of sexual deviance in the Midwest.

    SpringerLink - Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 4, Number 2

    He served as the University of Nebraska's Chancellor from 1991-1995. An advocate of gay rights, he required faculty at Nebraska to place pink triangle stickers on their office doors to indicate support of gay students.

    Former UNL Chancellor No Longer The Penn State President - 1240am KFOR

    He was Chancellor at Nebraska just following the Franklin Child Prostitution Ring Scandal, a major scandal in Nebraska involving the Franklin Credit Union and allegations of child prostitution involving elite national and Nebraska leaders, businessmen and university donors.*

    He left Nebraska for the post at Penn State.

    In other words, Graham Spanier has absolutely no excuse, personally, professionally or historically for enabling Sandusky's abuse.

    None.



    *An eerie similarity between the Franklin scandal and the Penn State Scandal - in both cases, the lead investigator died/disappeared mysteriously after mentioning having "smoking gun" evidence, that was then destroyed.



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSTATCyclone View Post
    I'm surprised Deace isn't zeroing in on Spanier:

    Graham Spanier was an abused child. To this day, he carries the hallmarks of abuse on his face. The son of a Holocaust survivor, Spanier was beaten by his father, having his nose broken so frequently that it couldn't be straightened.

    Spanier remembered as change agent at UNL - Omaha.com

    While serving at Penn State's College of Health and Human Development, he published a thesis exploring the normalization of sexual deviance in the Midwest.

    SpringerLink - Archives of Sexual Behavior, Volume 4, Number 2

    He served as the University of Nebraska's Chancellor from 1991-1995. An advocate of gay rights, he required faculty at Nebraska to place pink triangle stickers on their office doors to indicate support of gay students.

    Former UNL Chancellor No Longer The Penn State President - 1240am KFOR

    He was Chancellor at Nebraska just following the Franklin Child Prostitution Ring Scandal, a major scandal in Nebraska involving the Franklin Credit Union and allegations of child prostitution involving elite national and Nebraska leaders, businessmen and university donors.*

    He left Nebraska for the post at Penn State.

    In other words, Graham Spanier has absolutely no excuse, personally, professionally or historically for enabling Sandusky's abuse.

    None.



    *An eerie similarity between the Franklin scandal and the Penn State Scandal - in both cases, the lead investigator died/disappeared mysteriously after mentioning having "smoking gun" evidence, that was then destroyed.
    Supposedly the ring that kidnapped Johnny Gosch and Eugene Martin. I've read about that whole situation. There were very powerful old white men involved in that. What is it with old white rich men abusing kids?



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Did he have any opinion on the guy that actually committed the act? Or did he forget that, like most media outlets are.



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Wonder if this expose are making some other schools nervous and their past actions.


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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Supposedly the ring that kidnapped Johnny Gosch and Eugene Martin. I've read about that whole situation. There were very powerful old white men involved in that. What is it with old white rich men abusing kids?
    Well, Larry King was the GOP's rising star, the alleged hub of the ring, and he is black.

    So...I guess the best thing you can say about pedophilia is that it isn't racist.

    Yuck.

    In any case, my main point wasn't to get into the Franklin controversy, but to point out that Spanier, as a recognized academic sexologist, a gay rights advocate, a child of abuse, and someone with an institutional history of child prostitution rings is completely without excuse in this matter.

    The only reasonable excuse for his participation in the cover-up is that he not only was aware, but that he approved.

    His experience following Franklin gave him a clear, iron-clad roadmap for handling Sandusky: turn him in, expose him, publically accuse if the cops wouldn't charge him.

    It was an easy, easy, easy path for a person who has an understanding of abuse.

    And he took the much harder one.

    Why?



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSTATCyclone View Post
    Well, Larry King was the GOP's rising star, the alleged hub of the ring, and he is black.

    So...I guess the best thing you can say about pedophilia is that it isn't racist.

    Yuck.

    In any case, my main point wasn't to get into the Franklin controversy, but to point out that Spanier, as a recognized academic sexologist, a gay rights advocate, a child of abuse, and someone with an institutional history of child prostitution rings is completely without excuse in this matter.

    The only reasonable excuse for his participation in the cover-up is that he not only was aware, but that he approved.

    His experience following Franklin gave him a clear, iron-clad roadmap for handling Sandusky: turn him in, expose him, publically accuse if the cops wouldn't charge him.

    It was an easy, easy, easy path for a person who has an understanding of abuse.

    And he took the much harder one.

    Why?
    Perhaps he is way too close to the whole situation......Just sayin


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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by twojman View Post
    He said something on Miller and Deace on Wednesday that I lol'd at. Something to the effect of Paterno does not have much time left on earth, he should not be buying green bananas if you know what I mean.
    What does that mean? Seriously. Thanks



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by IowaSTATCyclone View Post
    Well, Larry King was the GOP's rising star, the alleged hub of the ring, and he is black.

    So...I guess the best thing you can say about pedophilia is that it isn't racist.

    Yuck.

    In any case, my main point wasn't to get into the Franklin controversy, but to point out that Spanier, as a recognized academic sexologist, a gay rights advocate, a child of abuse, and someone with an institutional history of child prostitution rings is completely without excuse in this matter.

    The only reasonable excuse for his participation in the cover-up is that he not only was aware, but that he approved.

    His experience following Franklin gave him a clear, iron-clad roadmap for handling Sandusky: turn him in, expose him, publically accuse if the cops wouldn't charge him.

    It was an easy, easy, easy path for a person who has an understanding of abuse.

    And he took the much harder one.

    Why?
    I just found it interesting. No need to talk about the Franklin scandal. Yuck is right.

    It's pretty easy to see the connections. People will get ****** if you accuse someone of being involved at a deeper level than we actually know, but it fits with the rumor about the charity pimping kids. And that guy went to ISU.



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by ribsnwhiskey View Post
    Supposedly the ring that kidnapped Johnny Gosch and Eugene Martin. I've read about that whole situation. There were very powerful old white men involved in that. What is it with old white rich men abusing kids?
    I think abusers have no boundaries as far as race, gender or sexual leanings. To say such a thing is patently absurd.



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    Re: Deace on Spanier

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    What does that mean? Seriously. Thanks
    I think he means Joepa won't last long, Penn State football was his whole life, he probably will die quickly after all the info comes out and trials start. he has now nothing to live for. My guess.


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    Re: Deace on Spanier

    Quote Originally Posted by dbqhawk1952 View Post
    I think abusers have no boundaries as far as race, gender or sexual leanings. To say such a thing is patently absurd.
    I realize that and I didn't say they are the only type. Don't freak out.



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