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Pacman On TV Again

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

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  1. WoolfolksUncle Guest

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    Ok bloody avatar..... Said with a British Accent of course .... By Brian:ha:
  2. TitanGuy Hey, Mama Rock Me...

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    well your avi doesn't wow anybody all it is, is a picture of Woolfolk..................................and that is all there is.

    Bipolar is my daddy. :fish:
  3. Brian Big Fan

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    Yeah. I've had it for three years.
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    Bipolar is my daddy. :fish:
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    Benny Hill was a genuis.

    He should have been a stooge, and I mean that as a heartfelt deep compliment. Moe Howard was a genuis probably the greatest wordsmith ever, Larry Fine was the greatest "reactor" ever. Try watching a short and just watch Larry - you will howl with laughter. Benny Hill should have been the third stooge after Curly and Shemp died. The much beloved Curly Howard was the least talented of the original stooges, but he had more personality than all the others combined.

    Benny Hill was no softporn comedian. The Brits allowed a little more T&A than the U.S. and he took advantage of it. His work could be shown on cable in the U.S. without any problem, heck it is on BBC America.

    What does Ted Healy have in common with the squeelers and dolts???
  5. TitanGuy Hey, Mama Rock Me...

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    Guess what, Bipolar is my Daddy.:fish:

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    Whole lot funnier than Benny Hill^
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    The media? If the media camped outside your door I'm sure they would catch you or someone you know doing questionable things. Difference is you don't get to be in the papers if you're a witness to a shooting or if a friend of yours is caught dealing dope.

    Well, then you just need to decide that this person is not the role model for you, but don't complain that this person is trying to do something right, while still having flaws.

    Umm, because there's an expectation from the fans (and probably the NFL) to do so?

    Besides why can't you do some good things without having to be a role model? I often help out charities, but I'm by no means a role model, nor do I want to be, why should it be forced on me if I happened to be famous?
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