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STP's BLOG 11/09/11 "It's A Shame"

So yesterday I was talking to Thee Ted Smith from The Men’s Room, and it’s funny how both of us seemed to have our heads wrapped around the b.s. that is happening at Penn State. A quick summery of what is happening:
Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky  was arrested for allegedly  sexually abusing eight boys over 15 years.
He used The Second Mile foundation - a charity which helps at-risk kids - to prey upon boys.
A graduate assistant told Paterno in 2002 that he had seen Sandusky performing a sex act on a 10-year-old boy in a shower .
Paterno notified the Athletic Director about the incident, but never the cops
A 9th victim has come out and said that Sandusky molested him.
Rumor has it that Penn State is putting a plan in place to remove legendary coach Joe Paterno
Many questions pop into my mind…the main one is that many people were aware of the allegations since 2002…and 9 years later Sandusky is finally behind bars? I’d like to quote Ted when he blogged: “for years they told players about being men and leaders and when it was time to really lead and act no one did at Penn St. Shame on them all and yes Joe Pa this undoes all the good you did over the years.” I agree 100% Ted…you should read Ted’s take on this horrible story on his blog here: http://www.kisw.com/Penn-St--11-8-11/11281395?pid=179848
Something that really sent me over the edge last night was when I saw this video of Joe Paterno addressing the reporters and Penn State students/fans outside of his home:



Holy crap this pisses me off to no end.
Did he really “rally” the “fans” into a Penn State chant? He might as well have said: “Pray for the victims…but more importantly…lets go Penn State!!!” Maybe this hits me more than others, but I am so angered by all of this. For 9 years this Sandusky guy has been hurting kids time and time again, yet somehow he was the one being protected. See, my childhood best friend, a man who is like a brother to me, opened up to some of us that he was molested by our hockey coach when we were younger….he is currently making a film about this called “Coached Into Silence”, which is all about how we spend more energy protecting the molester (after all, how could a coach someone like this?) than the victims. He is getting death threats for making this film because people don’t want to believe that a coach/human being can do this. How logical is that? That is basically saying “if we brush it under the carpet, it’s like it never happened.” Tell that to the 9 kids (or more) who won’t be able to live a good life thanks to that (insert the worst possible word here) of a man named Jerry Sandusky. 
I read that this kid by the name of Noah Spence, who is considered one of the nation's top recruits, posted on his Twitter account that Penn State no longer is an attractive option for him. Props to Spence for saying something! One last thing on all of this…watch ESPN analyst Matt Millen…his words sum it up best. Matt was coached by Sandusky when he played at Penn State back in the 70’s:


 
Ok…I’m stepping down off my soap box. 

Tower Heist" director Brett Ratner has resigned as producer of the 2012 "Oscars," after he dropped a gay slur at a screening of the movie the other night. When someone asked him what rehearsals were like on the movie, Brett used the gay slur that rhymes with "bags." Ratner quickly apologized…He said, "Having love in your heart doesn't count for much if what comes out of your mouth is ugly and bigoted. Being asked to help put on the Oscar show was the proudest moment of my career. But as painful as this may be for me, it would be worse if my association with the show were to be a distraction from the Academy and the high ideals it represents." Ratner said he's in contact with GLAAD, and he's, quote, "determined to learn from this experience."

This was definitely a moment where Brett wishes he didn’t say that! Based on this, when did you wish you would have kept your mouth shut? When did you say something that you realize was a bad idea…what did you say? Here are the texts:

I screamed I was bi sexual in class and my class and uber CHRISTIAN teacher looked at me like I was disgusting... He never looked at me or talked to me again.

When i admitted to doing drugs to the authorities

At my wedding, during my vows, rather than say "I do," I said "What are my options again?". The gasps and laughter filled the church. I just should have said I do, because my wife never lets me forget that

One night, my fiance and i were drinking with his brother and my shut up filter didn't turn on in time before saying "yea my ex Brett is the one i shouldn't have broke up

When I walked up to my cousin and asked when she was due to deliver. She wasn't pregnant. Family never forgets

My wife and I got in a fight I told her I didn't love her anymore...ooops

When I told my ex "if not for your vagina you would be completly useless

Was waiting for a girlfriend to get ready for a date she was putting on makeup I asked why put new paint on an old barn

After my girlfriend pushed out our daughter i asked her "how did that feel " it did not turn out good"

The website Guyism just released a list of the 10 most important moments in every guy’s life.

10. He gets in a fight…and loses. It’s that first taste of your own blood at the hands of someone else that prepares you for a whole lot of bitterness down the road.

9. He gets his first car…and discovers there’s another base besides first.

8. He meets a girl…and promptly puts gum in her hair. The time as a male when you’re not constantly obsessed with girls is a precious one.

7. He gets his heartbroken…and vows to never do that to another person.

6. He gets married…and realizes he’s got one vagina for the rest of his life.

5. He moves out of mom and dad’s house…and survives on Top Ramen.

4. He lands his dream job…and realizes that even that job sucks.

3. He loses his virginity.

2. He has a child…and can’t fully comprehend it and what he’s going to do.

1. He locates his penis…and never loses sight of it ever again.

What would you put on the list? What's the defining moment that you'll never forget? Here are the texts:

First time you **** it. Sam from Puyallup

First time having sex in your first car

The day you get your first car/truck

Defining moment: first major purchase such as house or car

The day my wife said we could have a threesome

First time going to Vegas! Without family or girlfriend.

First pubic hair michael from Woodinville

when your first child comes out of his or her mother's vagina.

May not be the most important, but is no doubt defining, when his first really good dog that he har had for a long time dies.

Watching my first daughter be born! As cheesy as it sounds, I literally felt me as a person, and my life change.

Joining the Army, hands down. I turned myself from a directionless layabout of a boy into a man finally at 24 years old.

The thing ill never 4get is the time i found the first hair on My boys cuz i knew i was becomeing a man ha ha ha

Sounds corny, but 9/11. It's the reason I joined the Army and 9 years later I'm still in.

Today’s Video Blog features another intern challenge! A couple of weeks ago Hot Kyle failed at getting someone to lick his knee...this time we flipped the script and he has 60 seconds to find someone that will allow Kyle to lick their knee! Our intern Hot Kyle has 60 seconds to find a complete stranger to let him lick their knee...will he do it?



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