Skip to comments.Did you see this? Joe Paterno July 4 cloud
Posted on 07/06/2013 5:49:40 AM PDT by FlJoePa
Before the annual July 4 fireworks Thursday in Happy Valley, an eerily familiar looking cloud emerged. Like, a cloud that resembled the schools late football coach Joe Paterno. Seriously. Check out the picture sent to Paternos son, Jay, in this post.
He’s still watching over the area, on the lookout for anything at all that might hurt ‘the program’. Why as a cloud, you ask? So when he finds something that might hurt ‘the program’ he can eliminate as much daylight as possible and keep it in the dark.
So, nothing’s really changed.
Exactly!!! But the JoePa deniers would never get the point.
If Paterno had spoken up, the bad publicity might have hurt ‘the program’ and that was to be squelched at all costs. NOTHING at Penn State was more importand than ‘the program’. We saw where Mr. Paterno’s priorities were. His values had a depth of field of exactly 100 yards.
Penn State University was nothing more than life support for a football team.
It's 8:30 am and we already have the post of the day!
“the program” is a model - even used by the ncaa as a model - for insisting on academic excellence. Not sure what you mean here. Just more blathering on like the rest of them.
Ziegler is getting the truth out. He’s releasing an online book either today or tomorrow that will have new facts.
You can go sit with Louis Freeh and Lanny Davis (who protected a dishonest b.o.t. for money), I’ll take the Paternos, Ziegler, Blehar, Clemente, Thornburgh, etc.
I like my chances.
God Bless Joe Patero, his family, and the Penn State Community for the bull crap they have been through. Penn State is coming back full bore!!!! Go Penn State!!!!
Looks like James Dean to me.
You miss the point. “The program” isn’t the problem. Never said it was. The problem was that nothing in central Pennsylvania was more important than “the program”. The football team ran that school. Paterno himself intimidated school officials over threatened discipline of players, lest they miss a game or bring bad press to “the program”, demanding that only HE be able to decide how to punish “his players”. OH, you mean college students that had to go through the normal discipline process? NO, JOE PATERNO’S FOOTBALL PLAYERS. Never, ever to be confused with Penn State college students. And therein lies the entire problem.
Football needs to be entirely ancillary to the process of education. At Penn State, the learning institution was there to serve the football program. It’s the same story at Notre Dame as well. That program killed an employe an they only had to pay a 40 thousand dollar fine and the case was over and done with.
I see Joe Pesci.
If you look more closely you can see that that is George Washington shooting a musket.
wonder if I landed at DU by mistake.
Looks more like an excited Sandusky cloud.
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