CK wrote: Hello earth to Mufasa, Those are rhetorical questions in response to you offering up the preposterous idea
Thanks for another compliment. Do you think this method of discussion validates your point of view?
CK wrote: Heck even Paterno implicated himself by saying "“It’s my job to figure out what we want to do.”. This statement gives us an indication of where Paterno saw himself with relation to the other leaders, RIGHT ALONG SIDE WITH THEM
You say a possibility I tossed out is preposterous, yet you take that quote and come to an absolute conclusion? Couldn’t the “we” be him and McQueary, or PSU as a whole? No matter what, it is obvious what he did after that, nobody disagrees he then informed Curley and Schultz.
CK wrote: But after the 2n reported case in 2002 after his former QB and current grad assistant saw it with his own two eyes.
What he saw is certainly not what was in the GJ presentment or what is generally described by the media.
CK wrote: and described what he saw to Paterno.
What did he describe to Paterno (other than not what is insinuated in the GJ presentment)? What did he describe to Curley and Schultz? That $6.5 million report provides no more insight to the known confusion (told to Paterno) and disagreement (Curley and Schultz).
**CK wrote: **And apparently neither to Paterno given his hindsight.
Do you not understand the concept of hindsight? From being told who knows what at that time to what authorities said last fall, you don’t think he have a moment of personal reflection of if only? Have you never wished you had done something different after finding things out at a later time?
CK wrote: And please do us a favor and don't equate this to what hindsight some airport worker had with regards to 911.Why? Because it shows it is possible that a tragedy of even worse proportions can occur because someone might not have picked up on something?