Even the Devil is Outraged About Penn State

So unless you’ve been living under a rock lately, you’ve heard about the debacle going on at Penn State. To call it a debacle is a huge understatement actually. It’s a ridiculous state of affairs for a man to be a sexual predator and rape young kids while others look the other way. There’s probably a special penthouse suite in hell waiting for Jerry Sandusky. Plus, the men who run the Penn State Athletic Department as well as the school president are all cowards. I’m disgusted and appalled, and I wish for an eternity of wedgies for them all.

Anywho, there’s been very few things (read: nothing) funny about any of this BUT there’ve been funny takes on what has happened. The good folks at Saturday Night Live tried, and succeeded. This actually made me laugh.

Ok LMAO at the Devil throwing a tantrum and slamming himself against the wall. If he’da bust out a *Wall slide* I’da LIVED!!! “I may be a prince of darkness, but I’m not a monster!” HA! Sandusky must be taking over Beezelbub job soon since he’s quitting and going back to his old job with Time Warner.

Sidenote: The devil’s all red suit is kinda fresh. Looking like a skinny kool-aid man. Or a pimp. Either way, I kinda approve.

But yeah, I read the Grand Jury report on Sandusky and I gasped multiple times. An eye for an eye makes the world go blind but that man needs to feel violated like he made those boys feel. Shame to everyone who let their silence speak for them.

AND those dummy students rioting because Joe Paterno got fired are aggravating. If I was the parent of a kid rioting at Penn State, I’d go on campus and drag them home. Acting a fool for a man who doesn’t deserve it.

The whole situation just makes me angry. I’ma go punch multiple teddy bears now.

But yeah, I just wanted to share that video with y’all. SNL did good with that.

Shoutout to Mediaite for posting this video!

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  1. November 14, 2011 at 2:08 am

    All I got to say is this: I’m so happy Penn State FIRED JoePa, rather than allow him to retire or resign

    Bonus: You know why Penn State covered this up? So that Joe Paterno would break Eddie Robinson’s (Grambling State University)record for most wins by a college football coach.

    • November 14, 2011 at 8:22 am

      They should put an asterisk next to all his games he coached after he was first notified he had a pedophile on his staff…

  2. November 14, 2011 at 8:20 am

    It seems when children are poor, disadvantaged, and disenfranchised, it is easy for them to be victims of such evil. The reporter who broke the story stated there my be allegations of Sandusky allowing other men abuse his victims. This whole situation just makes my entire heart hurt for many of the obvious reasons:

    1. He was first observed in the early nineties by a janitor who almost had a heart attack after what he witnessed. He went to the school administration, not the police. Wrong on so many levels.

    2. Paterno thought he was doing his job by telling this nasty bastard to not use the school facilities for his dirty work. He did not report an obvious crime, did not go to the police, or even kick the guy’s ass himself. He just simply told him to go away. No need to sully the fine Penn State athletic program…

    3. McCreary saw it with his own eyes and went the same route as everybody else: he told his daddy, who told him to keep quiet, as well as the school staff telling him. He ends up with a cushy job after graduation with the school.

    4. All along, those in the know knew he was using his charity to have access to these boys, and still let it go on. This shows how much they valued these young boys and men.

    If anyone was a candidate for the death penalty for doing harm to children, it’s Sandusky. But it goes far deeper than him. There is a culture of complicity by silence, and he was protected by them. The Penn State students rioted because they were told some sanitized version and thought Paterno was a patsy. Only when the full scope of what happened did they feel like complete assholes.

    I hope they prosecute to the fullest extent of the law, and we never forget this so we can be vigilant in protecting our children.

    Hell yeah – Jason Sudekis is funny as the Devil, though.

  3. November 14, 2011 at 8:25 am

    SHUT UP!!!!!! NO NO NO NO NO!

    Where do you get your news?

    I follow Kutcher on Twitter

  4. November 14, 2011 at 9:37 am

    We had a 60 year old gym teacher/football coach at my high school who all the girls were creeped out by. When it came out that he was having sex with one of my 17 year old classmates, he jumped in front of a train. All the girls pretty much felt like he got what he deserved, but shockingly all the football players defended him and blamed the girl. It was absolutely awful. I don’t understand how anyone can defend someone who turned a blind eye to everything that happened at Penn State. Fuckers.

  5. November 14, 2011 at 11:12 am

    …. I don’t support the death penalty, but I am all for chemical castration. Just saying, there is nothing worse than a chomo (child molester).