Here are a couple of thoughts for everyone: “The measure of a man's character is what he would do if he knew he never would be found out.” — Baron Thomas Babington Macauley, English historian and statesman (1800-1859) What do you think Pacman would be doing today if he wasn't in fear of further suspension? "Character is much easier kept than recovered." — Thomas Paine, British-born American political activist (1737-1809) I think this is the point of most posters that everyone considers anti-Pacman. I am personally glad he is helping out in his community, but aren't the more fortunate supposed to do that? Why should we give him credit for things he is supposed to do? What I think most so called "anti-Pacman" posters want is for Pacman to earn their trust or "recover" his character when it doesn't have an obvious benefit in doing so.