Found July 18, 2012 on No Guts, No Glory:
Another day, another new development at the Joe Paterno statue. We told you that Penn State security had begun to monitor the statue and has since stopped. And then yesterday, someone flew a plane over the campus with a banner warning, “Take down the statue or we will”. On the heels of the flying warning, a few students decided that they would take it upon themselves to provide security for the statue. So the two students you see pictured above decided to spend the night camping out at the security to ensure that no one does any harm to it. Students are camping out overnight to protect the Joe Pa statue… twitter.com/KahnmanPSU/sta… — Jeremy Kahn (@KahnmanPSU) July 18, 2012 — Jeremy Kahn (@KahnmanPSU) July 18, 2012 The most important thing about this is the fact that more students could be coming. And because of that, something tells us this might not end well. [KahnmanPSU]
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  • Such idiots. In time, that statue will come down. Or does the school plan to hire security guards. How utterly embarrassing. Here's an idea, leave it right where it is except they need to rotate it a bit to illustrate how you turned away from crime and simpley ignore it and do nothing about it. Way to go Penn State. You will forever be linked to child rape.
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