Pacman Jones is my role model

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by User Name, Apr 19, 2006.

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  1. Big TT

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    OK, "playboy"???, whatever, how do you know what kind of guy he is? You say he's not a bad guy, what is your definition? What exactly would our "choirboy" have to do to get that label from you? Like someone said in an earlier post if it walks, quacks and looks like a duck it a *(&(&(&( duck.:suspect:
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  2. Gunny

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    I agree with Kami as well. It is immaturity and environment, he just needs to realise what it may lead him too one day.
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  3. Ewker

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    two people have said Jones is a nice person but what you see about him is far from that. People go by what they see and so far they see a person that acts like a thug, hangs with undesirable people and in general is acting like an a$$. And you wonder why some people want to get rid of him.

    How many times have the Titans regretted drafting him?
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    I guess what I want to know is how many times can he put himself "in dumb positions" before he IS witness to something serious...or guilty by association?? The Titans have a LOT of money invested in this guy and personally if he doesn't care enough to keep out of these questionable situations then I am not sure I want him on our team.

    Using excuses like his youth, immaturity or whatever only goes so far. I learned at a very immature age that if I touch the stove while its on its a bad thing. Pacman apparently has yet to learn anything about the questionable group he hangs around.
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  6. Big TT

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    So if you grew up "bad enough" you get "freebies" legally and socially speaking? OK, just wanted to know the rules.
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    Being a witness at a crime isn't really putting himself in a dumb position. It isn't like he thought "Hey, I might just go search for some trouble at a gas station"

    And as far as my memory goes, Pacman hasn't had any involvement in the drug raid either (did he admit the car was his?)
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  8. Gunny

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    freebies from what?

    what has Pacman done to get a freebie from the legal system?

    And it is common knowledge to know sports athletes and celebrities get off with a lot of stuff when it comes to the law.
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  9. Ewker

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    doesn't make it right. :sad2:
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  10. Big TT

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    I rest my case your Honor.:))
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