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Truth: Stupid College Kids

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. So Joe Paterno gets fired as he should have been for not doing enough regarding the tragedy at Penn State.  Who has a problem with this?


Yes, beyond stupid. So STUPID they rioted on campus. Rioted!  Did any of these morons riot or get angry over what happened to those kids?  NO, of course not.  They riot and are angry because their "father figure" was fired.  Regardless of the fact he probably has not really coached in 25 years anyways.

The flavor of the day for the young of America and Canada - riot, protest, cause damage.  You know at least with the 60's, the protests meant something.  You know, like their friends dying in Vietnam.  Now they riot because they can't go to school for free, their hockey team loses, and some old coach gets fired.

I am beyond disgusted with these students. You are a disgrace.  You are an embarrasment.  You do nothing but solidify that morality means nothing and your beloved football is bigger than life.  DISGRACE.

When your gods fall from grace, you are to blame for putting them there in the first place.  Yes YOU.

I came across a few people who said " well it's just college kids".   "COLLEGE KIDS"  - Are they really kids?  There is this reality or perception that college kids have to have fun all of the time, they have to be crazy, they have to be nuts, they have to be vocal.  They are not kids, because they can vote and they can drive. Lord help us.  This is the future of America...the clueless morons that they are.

They say that the 20's are now the new teen years.  You know what, since teenagers are predominantly stupid - I AGREE.  

I for one think you can't go to war, you can't get married, you can't go to college, you can't vote until you are 30.  From 18 to 30, get a freaking job and understand how the world works.  You are entitled to nothing.  Not even to have your precious coach keep his job.


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