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Just thought I'd remind the adults in this thread you're arguing with like a 16-year-old.
You're right. I should definitely take age into consideration. I wouldn't want to take advantage of a vulnerable young person.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
That would be WRONG.
"The biggest losers in life are people correcting message board grammar . Fact not opinion"
It's hard to just ignore those people all the time. We're not all Gary Williams!
It'd be inappropriate to bring up the Sandusky stuff if we were congratulating Penn State on their efforts to raise money to fight childhood cancer.
However, this was an unsolicited opinion "Dakota Smith" added. Because he chose to rudely stick his nose into someone else's business, it's not only expected but it should be encouraged that he be met with vitriol. Penn State cannot hide from the ugly truth, and while it does not need to be brought up every time PSU is mentioned, it is perfectly acceptable to bring it up - and again, it should be - when PSU fans try and pat themselves on the back because they've done *something* nice.
If I got the impression that THON was 100% about raising money and not even a little bit about "Hey, look at us! We're raising money!" I'd be less offended by bringing it up unsolicited, FWIW.
If Penn State fans wanted to do penance, they could raise money for various causes anonymously.
Like Jesus said in the New Testament: "But when you give alms, do not let your left hand know what your right is doing, so that your almsgiving may be secret."
Although with Penn State, I would want to know where their left and right hands were at all times.
I added a comment as well that perhaps might clear some things up for you. Perhaps you might remember these same students rioted in the streets, assaulting police officers and burning police cars defending those child rapists. Now, they want to get all fucking holier than thou like they have always been. That has always been Penn State's problem and I guess it hasn't changed.
And I Sir, am no bad human being. I just don't go blowing my horn every time I or any other student does something good.
Tar Heel: Maryland term for stepping in Duke
Duke: Maryland term for dog s@#$
FIFY. I cannot wait for the UPS games in CP. My outfits and signs may actually cause a riot.
Nancy Pelosi - The Gift that Keeps on Giving..
It'd be more impressive if all of those students didn't riot over the firing of a child rape apologist.
Figures a thread saluting a great job by our student section turns in a debate about penn st. This why we can't have nice things.
the video itself has over 225,000 views already
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
A poster knows for a fact that Ms Boozer lied about being hit with that Aquafina bottle, as the poster was hit with it; it never touched her. The person running the Athletic Department never pursued the truth, and the University paid that liar $200,000 and inherited decades of negative publicity over a lie!! BTW, she was standing up and shouting "bring it on" then ducked behind a Maryland fan who took the hit.
That former AD is well placed at ncsu, further evidence that we gained alot by subtraction
Logic is just so damn brutal...
Other schools impressed with our Student Section
This post was edited by 2013Terp 14 months ago
Wow. This is NOT roomy!
I was extremely skeptical when I heard that flash mob was being planned but it turned out well. Kudos to all involved.
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