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4 Responses to “How do you feel about the scandal at Penn State University?”

  1. D J B

    Too early, on Wed 11-16-2011.

    I’ll wait until cards are dealt, witnesses are sworn, have been examined on direct, and cross; and a verdict has been rendered.

  2. 1petitefleur

    Just an addition to my recent comment…hopefully Penn State can continue to be a great school since these rotten apples are OUT!  Good luck PENN.

  3. 1petitefleur

    One rotten apple can ruin the entire basket.  I’m glad this (these) perverts are finally being dealt with.  Perverts make me sick to my stomach just thinking about what they do (might do) to these children.  It does affect the victim for life!!!  I would personally like to deal with their punishment!

  4. jleeb

    The pre-game obserance last Saturday was touching.  This morning, the new PSU president told Good Morning America the school wants to do what’s right.  This was in response to a question about the inevitable lawsuits the University will face from victims and theri families.