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New York: Mike and Mad Dog on Pac

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by SARGO127, Feb 25, 2007.

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  1. Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    Yeah. I suppose, if you're extremely close minded about the situation. But let it be YOU that gets caught in crossfire for your vehicle, people end up hurt. Who's fault will it be then? Yours? For driving a car people liked?

    I'm sure you'd see it that way.
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    nicely put, pacman shot nobody and therefore ruined nobody's life
  3. oochymp Camp Fodder

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    Especially when he'd probably get more money than he's getting now since he's still on his rookie contract
  4. wino True 2 the shoe..GO COLTS

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    Probably should've worded it better. I was following along with the "yelling fire in a crowded theatre" comment. Malicious intent? No. Actions that were likely to cause a problem? Yes, IMO. Adam should use better judgement than that, especially considering the situations he's put himself in in the past.
    This guy should be doing everything in his power to AVOID bad situations BECAUSE of his recent history. That's not really a 'reach', is it?
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    I totally agree with you. I just didn't think Pacman had malicious intent.

    But you are right he needs to use better judgment and should be doing everything to avoid these situations.

    I am sure when this is over and if Pacman is cleared of any wrongdoing he will come on and say he learned his lesson and all that jazz the issue is does he actually do it, or just say it.

    Will he ever learn?
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    P-thug wraps his arms around his "background", his toughness, his posse and yet many of you want to argue that he had no malicious intent? Just because he has, to this point, managed to stay out of prision doesn't mean he has done no wrong. He beat a guy down with a pool stick in college, a charge that was eventually reduced. He stays in constant trouble with the law, but according to him and some of you, it was always the "other guy" and everybody is just out to get him. Look, some of us are tired of this guys act. He is a good ballplayer ok, is he the greatest, heck no, he is not even the best now, maybe he is a top 5 type of guy I agree, but no one player is greater than the team, and my understanding from reading reports is that many of his own teammates are tired of his act also. Malicious intent, I think P-thug thinks things like "making it rain" is funny, doesn't care about others at all, and looks no further into the future than tonights party. Malicious intent, maybe not, maybe so, stupid is much easier to prove.
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    No, according to the police it was the "other guy".

    Pacman is not above the law if he does something he will be caught.

    It is that simple.
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