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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by goTitans.com, Oct 4, 2006.
Did you mean to add "sarcasm" at the end of that or what?
How many winning teams was Pacman a part of in the NFL?
we haven't made the playoffs since Wycheck retired.
I mean, I'm just sayin....
: sarcasm : <---next time type "sarcasm" between colons.
Dude, are you even capable of having a civilized conversation w/o attacking people?
Ive seen lil guys drop big guys several times... Its easy to talk trash about what you would do to someone from behind a keyboard)
Yeah it is, fact is I am bigger than Adam Jones. fact is most middle schoolers are these days.
how to defend yourself from adam jones:
#1 extend arm
#2 palm the little pellet muncher's forehead
#3 wait for the little fellar to tucker out
Perhaps you need to go back and look at the context in which you used "understand". You clearly didn't mean that you "knew why it happened". Rather, you meant that "you could see how someone might be justified" in spousal abuse. Of course, you go on to distance yourself from what you said by claiming that it's not right yada yada yada. That really isn't what you said, though. No one that I've seen has accused you of spousal abuse or even condoning it. But really, calling people 5th graders and refusing to admit when you are clearly wrong are both signs of immaturity... 5th grader or not.
To put what I mean in more definite terms, check this link:
that includes this quote:
"4. To know and be tolerant or sympathetic toward: I can understand your point of view even though I disagree with it."
but I understand.
It's such a talent to have ESP and know exactly what I was thinking. The word "understand" in this case meant comprehend, but you can pull up any definition that suits your case. The fact I went to lengths to say I do NOT condone it, seems to fly right over your head. You read what you want to read. That is immaturity. Don't try to tell me what I was thinking, and don't try to twist it around with multiple uses of a word. You state what YOU think, but don't try and translate for me, since you clearly don't follow.