Pacman On TV Again

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by A.D., May 22, 2006.

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  1. smh really smart thing to say.......im a Jones Supporter but damn its getting hard to root for this guy when he starts sayin sh** like that
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  2. TitanGuy

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    Nice Sig OSU
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  3. KamikaZ

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    Is he right? I'm sure. Stupid thing to say on multiple levels though.
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    Clifford: Welcome to "Pacman Tonight!", the show that has people all
    over the country saying...
    Both: Where's the remote!?

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    Waldorf: You know, they are calling this show a runaway hit.
    Statler: Yeah, when ever it comes on, you wanna run away!

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    Statler: Wow, can you believe that Pacman won the heart of Tennessee?
    Waldorf: Yeah, what a bunch of nonsense.
    Statler: But it's worth a try.
    Waldorf: Hey, Pacman!
    Both: AROOGA! AROOGA! AROOGA!
    Bears: ARGOOA! AROOGA!
    Waldorf: This isn't exactly what I had in mind.
    Statler: No, but it will do until the Bulluck gets here!
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  5. GoT

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    start a Smack thread with that - lol
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  6. Gunny

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    The article is in the Tennessean on what Pacman said.

    As usual making no sense.
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  7. GoT

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    you gotta understand he grew up without a momma, or a poppa or a dog or hot donuts or something he did not have that gave him a whopping case of short-mans-syndrom.

    His idiot agent needs to tell him to shut up, lay low, and let his play on the field do his talking.




    Anyone other than me believe he is laying the groundwork for a character defense at his criminal trial for conspiracy to traffic narcotics????
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  8. Big TT

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    His agent/handler should never, ever let him out of the house alone. He should be where ever, whenever P-thug is in the public eye ready and with a quick muzzle when needed for P-thug's own good.:ha:
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  9. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

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    I would but Starkiller would just move it to the nfl talk forum.:ha:
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  10. Riverman

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    Are you people kidding. He was making the point that the media is disproportionately interested in highlighting negative spins surrounding his personal affairs. It is a true statement. We don't hear about other players because of Pac's notoriety.

    He also said- and nobody has pointed this out- that he doesn't call his team mates out by name. What he said is not really a big except if you're a reactionary person. I don't have a problem with him telling it like it is- that's one of the reasons I like him.

    Quote from Tennessean:

    Pressed for the names, he declined to offer them.

    "I wouldn't do that, I wouldn't put my teammates out there, I'm not like that," he said. "I'm just saying certain people get away with certain things that certain others don't get away with that you'll never hear about."
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