Expert on Black Behavior Advising Pacman

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  1. Don Wassall

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    The newest Cowboy is being advised on how to behave by none other than Jim Brown, "Expert on the Bad Behavior of Black Athletes" http://www.castefootball.us/viewarticle.asp?sportID=14&t eamID=0&ID=23090


    One can only imagine the complexities of the conversation: "Now Pacman, when throwing your bitch from the balcony, I recommend having her in a full nelson and using only your upper body on the toss. You don't want to risk injury to your hamstrings."


    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/news/story?id=3365434
     
  2. ToughJ.Riggins

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    Pacman a good person?

    I don't think a white athlete with the multiple criminal incidents Pacman has had would be called a good person. And it's highly unlikely a white athlete would have been given this second chance Pacman's getting. Clear double standard!


    By MAC ENGEL
    Star-Telegram staff writerPosted: May 3rd, 2008
    Stewart on Pacman

    Even though Cowboys players have been nearly silent on the acquisition of Pacman Jones from the Tennessee Titans, defensive coordinator Brian Stewart at least spoke of the move on Friday.

    "I think he's a huge talent," Stewart said of the suspended cornerback, "and from what I've heard from ex-coaches of his and people around him on the field and in the classroom, he's superior and he's a good person."
     
  3. GiovaniMarcon

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    The only time I ever liked Jim Brown was in The Dirty Dozen because he was doing something useful (dynamiting a Nazi fortress) and he had the good sense to die in the end.
     
  4. Don Wassall

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    "He's been here over a week now and hasn't been arrested even once. We couldn't be more pleased. He's definitely turned the corner. And have you seen his room brightening smile yet?"
    <H1>Pacman making great early impression on Cowboys</H1>


    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2008/football/nfl/06/19/cow boys.pacman.ap/index.html
     
  5. white is right

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    And in the latest news Pacman Jones has been nominated for the congressional medal of honor and will be given the key to the champagne room err city of Dallas/Fort Worth..... [​IMG]
     
  6. Thrashen

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    "He's been here over a week now and hasn't been arrested even once. We couldn't be more pleased. He's definitely turned the corner. And have you seen his room brightening smile yet?"


    Hahaha. You know, in this insane country, I actually had to wonder if that was a real quote by some pinhead in the Cowboys organization.

    I think what everyone in the super-liberal media (who's in love with this little twerp) needs to keep in mind about this thug...is that a man is f*cking paralyzed because he decided he wanted to have a "good time" in some disgusting club. Oh, wait, it was only a white man who was paralyzed (after Pacman bit his ankles - seriously), so who cares?

    I know this miniature-millionare, subhuman criminal will get exactly what he deserves one day....a bullet to the spinal cord (like the white security guard who'll never walk again). Sorry to be so crude, it's just what he deserves.
     
  7. bigunreal

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    From the Rotoworld fantasy football web site, June 19:

    Sadia Morrison, the woman who was with Adam Jones during the infamous 2007 strip club incident has been found dead in New York.She was reportedly thrown off a building. This incident doesn't appear to be related to the trial of the man who is charged with shooting the bouncer that night, and thus doesn't seem to involve Pacman.

    Yes, this woman being thrown off a building "doesn't appear to be related" to this cretin, who is busy becoming the darling of the beloved Cowboys. You really couldn't make this stuff up...

    Oh, and in another related development, Jones has publicly declared that he now wants to be called Adam, and not Pac-Man. The jock-sniffers will undoubtedly comply with this typically egotistical request, although it will certainly not sound quite the same as when they salivated over his absurd nickname. Maybe Jones can borrow one of Puff Daddy/P Diddy/Sean "Diddy" Comes' discarded nicknames. They are each just as stupid and preschoolish, and the jock-sniffers in the media would instantly give it all the respect it doesn't deserve.
     
  8. Jimmy Chitwood

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    [​IMG] looks like that "expert" gave lots of good advice. [​IMG] this surprises exactly no one on this site.

    yes, you read that right. The man Pacman threw down with was one of his own bodyguards, there to help ensure Jones doesn't get into trouble! [​IMG]

    news reports are suggesting that the Cowboys may cut him loose.
     
  9. white is right

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    It was a clear case of white knuckle syndrome. Do they have mayhem anonymous meetings in Dallas/Fort Worth? [​IMG] [​IMG] Edited by: white is right
     
  10. bigunreal

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    Well, more predictable Caste System nonsense: this violent punk will not be punished by the Cowboys (shocker there!) or the NFL. Jerry Jones spoke tenderly of his prized afflete, typical self-hating white player Jason Witten publicly defended him and "hard liner" Roger Goodell will apparently do nothing to this pathetic excuse of a human being.

    How low does professional sports have to sink before the drunk white fans finally give up on their heroes?
     
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    Here are some of Witten's comments that Bigunreal is referring to:

    "He's done nothing but been a great teammate so far for us," Witten said. "I speak for everybody in this room who knows about how competitive he's played. You hope it works out, because we've got a good team and he's a big part of that."



    Yeah, I heard Witten was a complete locker room cancer at Tennessee. Witten will end up helping our cause in the end (ala Butt Favre), however, judging by his defense of this miniature, evil b*stard shows who's "side" a tool like Witten is really on.

    I wonder if Jason would feel the same way about his "little buddy" if it had been his dad, brother, or friend that was PARALYZED FOR LIFE from Pacman's crew "having too much fun." Knowing white people, he'd probably just forgive him.

    I guess we have to remember that white players play the little caste-game too. Just look at Eli Manning last week in that racist, un-funny Usain Bolt / Kenny Maybe "skit." Eli was repeating caste dogmas (disguised as a "joke") about "slow-ass white guys" along with the ESPN clowns. No joke.

    I know alot of us here hate Butt Favre as well....well, Witten's girly comments about Pacman make me want to vomit, despite the fact that I think he's a great TE and football player. He's lucky he's white, or I'd completely despise him.
     
  12. bigunreal

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    What makes Witten's comments so reprehensible is the fact they were totally unnecessary. I'm not sure if he just volunteered them (and why would anyone do that?), or if they were in response to a question. He should have handled such a question with a simple, "I'm here to concentrate on football." I don't necessarily expect Witten or any other white player to have the courage (and thereby face a lot of heat) to tell the truth about racial matters, but why voluntarily defend such an undeserving cretin?

    Contrast Witten's glowing words about this career criminal to the way Brett Favre never gave a word of public support to Mark Chmura when his supposed "best friend" on the Packers was charged with having sex with a 17 year old girl.

    Btw, I heard on a radio show that Jones "sucker punched" his bodyguard while he was at the urinal. This is in keeping with the longtime ghetto tradition, followed religiously by the likes of Panthers WR Steve Smith, of starting fights by suddenly attacking an off guard opponent. This little savage is the worst thing to hit the NFL since Lawrence Phillips. I know it's unlikely, but I'm holding out hope that Roger Goodell suspends this imbecile for good from the league.
     
  13. Tom Iron

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    Gentlemen,

    My mother in law is a little old lady and she says nobody ever gets away with anything and I agree fully.

    This bum, pacman is just getting enough rope to eventually hang himself. Look at that jerk, oj, he finally hung himself. Took a bit of time, but he did it.

    Tom Iron...
     
  14. white is right

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    It's just a matter of time before he goes off. He is obviously itching to get the reigns off and run amok in the Dallas club district or adult entertainment area. He is probably a functioning alcoholic who has impulse control issues and can't take no ever. I just don't see anything good coming out of him. Picture a Bad Bad Bad Leroy Brown scenario, or maybe a Nate Newton, Travis Henry scenario. Or even an OJ scenario(the murder or robbery). Edited by: white is right
     
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    Well, at least this jerk's gone for awhile
    [​IMG]

    ...too bad about Romo, though.
     
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    i just wonder if the "discipline" will stick this time. last time pacman was "indefinitely" suspended, it turned out to not even be a slap on the wrist. same thing with the numerous thugs on the Bungles...
     
  19. white is right

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    The ghosts are closing in and Pac Man is nearly out of power pellets. I will miss his great quotes. "I was being rebellion" The greatest of all. Maybe professor Iverson could translate that for the general population....... [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Pac Man is finally on his last man and backed into a corner with Inky Blink,Pinky and Roger Goodell closing in here is the latest ESPN wire story... Sources: Missed appointment would result in ban for Pacman

    ESPN.com news services

    Updated: November 23, 2008, 6:06 PM ET



    Adam "Pacman" Jones may finally be down to his last chance.

    Sources told ESPN's Chris Mortensen on Sunday that the Cowboys defensive back must strictly adhere to the terms of his reinstatement and any missteps will lead to a lifetime ban from the NFL.

    Pacman Jones

    Jones

    Commissioner Roger Goodell relied on the recommendations of clinical specialists who oversaw Jones' 30 days in a rehab facility when deciding to reinstate him from his latest suspension.

    Jones was suspended for the entire 2007 season because of multiple incidents while with the Tennessee Titans, then was traded to the Cowboys during the offseason and given another chance by Goodell.

    But on Oct. 7, only six weeks after being reinstated, he got into an alcohol-related scuffle with one of the bodyguards during a private party at an upscale Dallas hotel. The bodyguard was part of a security detail employed by the team to help keep the player out of trouble.

    Goodell suspended Jones indefinitely a week later, saying he'd put a timeframe on it after the cornerback missed at least four games. By the time Jones returns, it will likely be a six-game suspension -- meaning he'll have missed 22 of 28 games since the end of the 2006 season because of suspensions.

    Jones is slated to return to practice Monday and be eligible to play Dec. 7 at Pittsburgh.

    Jones must now continue intensive rehab and counseling on an outpatient basis. Even a missed appointment will mean the end of Jones' troubled career in the NFL.

    Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
     

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