Would you feel the same if Pac came to your son's fifth-grade class to talk? At this point, I think both sides pretty much know where the other stands. My comments are not directed as much towards Pacman as anyone who influences kids from teachers, coaches, ministers, etc. If they don't live the life they preach, then I have no use for them because kids aren't stupid. They DO believe it's okay to do whatever that role model does because their parents, teachers, etc. allowed the athlete or entertainer to speak to them in the first place. It is an endorsement. It can damage more than it helps. I think some of you might change your tune a bit one day when you have an impressionable child of your own who, regardless of as much direction you try to give them as to role models, latches on to someone you don't feel is genuine in living their life the way they tell others to live. So I'm letting this go with the hope Pacman, and others, do take their responsibilities seriously and do their best to make a positive difference.