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Just goes to show how fallible one's "distinct memory" can be... lol.

Bless your heart.

 

So because you can't recall it means it didn't happen?  Okay...

 

I notice you did not dispute his childlike behavior however.  Cute.

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So because you can't recall it means it didn't happen?  Okay...

 

I notice you did not dispute his childlike behavior however.  Cute.

 

There is nothing to dispute. You sound like a generic ESPN analyst reciting the same recycled rhetoric from a teleprompter.

 

Clearly you are the type that believes everything on television, and the media in general.

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There is nothing to dispute. You sound like a generic ESPN analyst reciting the same recycled rhetoric from a teleprompter.

 

Clearly you are the type that believes everything on television, and the media in general.

 

Has nothing to do with what I hear on television.  It was what I witnessed with my own eyes.  My only comment was that I would not want that type of behavior from my leader of the face of my franchise.  If you're alright with it that's all that matters.

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Has nothing to do with what I hear on television. It was what I witnessed with my own eyes. My only comment was that I would not want that type of behavior from my leader of the face of my franchise. If you're alright with it that's all that matters.


Except for the fact that what you described never happened.
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Really?  Because I have a distinct memory of an interview he did before playing a down in the league in which he stated, and I'm paraphrasing, he was "more than just an athlete" he was "an icon" both on the field and in fashion.  Also, his behavior on the sidelines and in press conferences has been less than impressive on more than one occasion; not at all what I would want for the "face" or my franchise.

 

Thanks for the comment, because I think this is a good example of someone coming from a place of ignorance (and don't take that as an offensive term, it doesn't always have a negative connotation). You purely view and see Cam Newton from the eyes of those that tell you about him, which is the media.

 

You know nothing of his foundation, his donations, his contributions to Charlotte, Atlanta, and their surrounding areas. You know nothing of him pledging $150,000 to the Charlotte-area public school system, or his sizeable contributions to the Boys and Girls Clubs. You don't know what his actual foundation does for inner city school kids and athletes. Hell, you probably don't even know that kids all over the country are holding his touchdown balls because he gives every ball he scores to a child in the stands. Google that sh*t. I bet you haven't done that.

 

http://urbannewsroom.com/2012/11/15/superman-cam-newton-donates-150k-to-three-charlotte-area-schools/

http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/blog/queen_city_agenda/2012/12/cam-newton-completes-charitys-hail-mary.html

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/07/30/4201867/a-special-gift-from-cam-newton.html#.Ul9BqBDZXks

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/12/cam_newton_makes_10-year-old_a.html

http://www.camnewtonfoundation.org/

 

There's a 5 second google for you.

 

You don't know anything about Cam Newton. You know about the chopped up, taken out of context press conferences and a "paraphrased" pre-draft interview that was highly publicized for sports media TV ratings, internet clicks, and newspaper sales. And it makes me sick the way they treat someone that has been nothing more than a law abiding philanthropist since he's been in the league. He's had room to grow AND he's grown immensely. Trust me. But he's 24 years old. He's doing it right. Your #1 overall pick hasn't experience half of the unnecessary scrutiny that ours has. It makes no sense.

 

And that's ok, I don't blame or expect you to. You're a Rams fan. But don't bring that misinformed bullsh*t around here expecting it to be used as evidence. You give me real evidence, NOT a bullsh*t chopped up press conference, I'll respect your opinion. And trust me, I've watched every single one of Cam Newton's post game press conferences in their entirety. It's part of my Monday morning pre-work coffee drinking routine.

 

And for the record, the post above that was claiming it didn't happen was correct, it didn't. That paraphrase that you claim wasn't correct. It was misinformed. So no, to the extent of which you claim, it didn't happen.

 

You're talking of the famous "entertainer and icon" quote, and it came out soon after that he was asked a question of his new endorsement deals (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/02/26/cam-newton-explains-icon-quote-then-sounds-like-a-star/), and he was talking about how he wanted to extend further than the football field. It was misconstrued and he was a 21 year old kid. Even though he'd been in the spotlight, he'd never been in the money filled spotlight of the NFL. Kill him for it, why don't you.

 

Let it be a lesson to you, and to all Panther fans here, let this be a mini-lesson to you too. Appreciate what we've got here.

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Thanks for the comment, because I think this is a good example of someone coming from a place of ignorance (and don't take that as an offensive term, it doesn't always have a negative connotation). You purely view and see Cam Newton from the eyes of those that tell you about him, which is the media.

 

You know nothing of his foundation, his donations, his contributions to Charlotte, Atlanta, and their surrounding areas. You know nothing of him pledging $150,000 to the Charlotte-area public school system, or his sizeable contributions to the Boys and Girls Clubs. You don't know what his actual foundation does for inner city school kids and athletes. Hell, you probably don't even know that kids all over the country are holding his touchdown balls because he gives every ball he scores to a child in the stands. Google that sh*t. I bet you haven't done that.

 

http://urbannewsroom.com/2012/11/15/superman-cam-newton-donates-150k-to-three-charlotte-area-schools/

http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/blog/queen_city_agenda/2012/12/cam-newton-completes-charitys-hail-mary.html

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/07/30/4201867/a-special-gift-from-cam-newton.html#.Ul9BqBDZXks

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/12/cam_newton_makes_10-year-old_a.html

http://www.camnewtonfoundation.org/

 

There's a 5 second google for you.

 

You don't know anything about Cam Newton. You know about the chopped up, taken out of context press conferences and a "paraphrased" pre-draft interview that was highly publicized for sports media TV ratings, internet clicks, and newspaper sales. And it makes me sick the way they treat someone that has been nothing more than a law abiding philanthropist since he's been in the league. He's had room to grow AND he's grown immensely. Trust me. But he's 24 years old. He's doing it right. Your #1 overall pick hasn't experience half of the unnecessary scrutiny that ours has. It makes no sense.

 

And that's ok, I don't blame or expect you to. You're a Rams fan. But don't bring that misinformed bullsh*t around here expecting it to be used as evidence. You give me real evidence, NOT a bullsh*t chopped up press conference, I'll respect your opinion. And trust me, I've watched every single one of Cam Newton's post game press conferences in their entirety. It's part of my Monday morning pre-work coffee drinking routine.

 

And for the record, the post above that was claiming it didn't happen was correct, it didn't. That paraphrase that you claim wasn't correct. It was misinformed. So no, to the extent of which you claim, it didn't happen.

 

You're talking of the famous "entertainer and icon" quote, and it came out soon after that he was asked a question of his new endorsement deals (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/02/26/cam-newton-explains-icon-quote-then-sounds-like-a-star/), and he was talking about how he wanted to extend further than the football field. It was misconstrued and he was a 21 year old kid. Even though he'd been in the spotlight, he'd never been in the money filled spotlight of the NFL. Kill him for it, why don't you.

 

Let it be a lesson to you, and to all Panther fans here, let this be a mini-lesson to you too. Appreciate what we've got here.

 

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Has nothing to do with what I hear on television.  It was what I witnessed with my own eyes.  My only comment was that I would not want that type of behavior from my leader of the face of my franchise.  If you're alright with it that's all that matters.

 

. . .look dumbass, we've been over that particular interview as a fanbase over 50,000,000 times, we know exactly what was said and the context it was said in and the reporter who wrote the piece (Peter King) and the media blowback and the blowback to the blowback and. . .

 

If there's one thing we know, it's that you're not remembering it right. So please find some other thing to nitpick.

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Thanks for the comment, because I think this is a good example of someone coming from a place of ignorance (and don't take that as an offensive term, it doesn't always have a negative connotation). You purely view and see Cam Newton from the eyes of those that tell you about him, which is the media.

 

You know nothing of his foundation, his donations, his contributions to Charlotte, Atlanta, and their surrounding areas. You know nothing of him pledging $150,000 to the Charlotte-area public school system, or his sizeable contributions to the Boys and Girls Clubs. You don't know what his actual foundation does for inner city school kids and athletes. Hell, you probably don't even know that kids all over the country are holding his touchdown balls because he gives every ball he scores to a child in the stands. Google that sh*t. I bet you haven't done that.

 

http://urbannewsroom.com/2012/11/15/superman-cam-newton-donates-150k-to-three-charlotte-area-schools/

http://www.bizjournals.com/charlotte/blog/queen_city_agenda/2012/12/cam-newton-completes-charitys-hail-mary.html

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2013/07/30/4201867/a-special-gift-from-cam-newton.html#.Ul9BqBDZXks

http://www.al.com/sports/index.ssf/2011/12/cam_newton_makes_10-year-old_a.html

http://www.camnewtonfoundation.org/

 

There's a 5 second google for you.

 

You don't know anything about Cam Newton. You know about the chopped up, taken out of context press conferences and a "paraphrased" pre-draft interview that was highly publicized for sports media TV ratings, internet clicks, and newspaper sales. And it makes me sick the way they treat someone that has been nothing more than a law abiding philanthropist since he's been in the league. He's had room to grow AND he's grown immensely. Trust me. But he's 24 years old. He's doing it right. Your #1 overall pick hasn't experience half of the unnecessary scrutiny that ours has. It makes no sense.

 

And that's ok, I don't blame or expect you to. You're a Rams fan. But don't bring that misinformed bullsh*t around here expecting it to be used as evidence. You give me real evidence, NOT a bullsh*t chopped up press conference, I'll respect your opinion. And trust me, I've watched every single one of Cam Newton's post game press conferences in their entirety. It's part of my Monday morning pre-work coffee drinking routine.

 

And for the record, the post above that was claiming it didn't happen was correct, it didn't. That paraphrase that you claim wasn't correct. It was misinformed. So no, to the extent of which you claim, it didn't happen.

 

You're talking of the famous "entertainer and icon" quote, and it came out soon after that he was asked a question of his new endorsement deals (http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2011/02/26/cam-newton-explains-icon-quote-then-sounds-like-a-star/), and he was talking about how he wanted to extend further than the football field. It was misconstrued and he was a 21 year old kid. Even though he'd been in the spotlight, he'd never been in the money filled spotlight of the NFL. Kill him for it, why don't you.

 

Let it be a lesson to you, and to all Panther fans here, let this be a mini-lesson to you too. Appreciate what we've got here.

 

 

Amazingly enough, BigRamFan hasn't returned after the post above was made.

 

Weird, eh?

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Amazingly enough, BigRamFan hasn't returned after the post above was made.

 

Weird, eh?

Ahhhh, did you miss me?  I never claimed to be an expert on your QB or his contributions to the city of CLT.  I was impressed but frankly, I am not overly concerned with how much he gives to whom.  Nor do I have the time or interest to view "his every press conference".

 

All I said, and I stand by that, is he comes across as (unjustifiably) arrogant and childish, in my own opinion and is not someone I would want as the "leader" of my team or face of my franchise.  Next you'll be defending the fact that he's an admitted Falcon fan, or did I take that out of context too?

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Ahhhh, did you miss me?  I never claimed to be an expert on your QB or his contributions to the city of CLT.  I was impressed but frankly, I am not overly concerned with how much he gives to whom.  Nor do I have the time or interest to view "his every press conference".

 

All I said, and I stand by that, is he comes across as (unjustifiably) arrogant and childish, in my own opinion and is not someone I would want as the "leader" of my team or face of my franchise.  

 

 

Translated:  Herp derp... herpity derpity derp derp.

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Ahhhh, did you miss me?  I never claimed to be an expert on your QB or his contributions to the city of CLT.  I was impressed but frankly, I am not overly concerned with how much he gives to whom.  Nor do I have the time or interest to view "his every press conference".

 

All I said, and I stand by that, is he comes across as (unjustifiably) arrogant and childish, in my own opinion and is not someone I would want as the "leader" of my team or face of my franchise.  Next you'll be defending the fact that he's an admitted Falcon fan, or did I take that out of context too?

 

Then your opinion blows and you suck as a human being for clinging to irrational opinions when the truth is presented to you. And so what if he stills like his hometown team? So does Brady and Rodgers and a bunch of other players. He still wants to whip the Falcons' ass when we play them.

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Then your opinion blows and you suck as a human being for clinging to irrational opinions when the truth is presented to you. And so what if he stills like his hometown team? So does Brady and Rodgers and a bunch of other players. He still wants to whip the Falcons' ass when we play them.

 

I remember when this was an issue. As if Cam was clearly holding back against the Falcons, lol. I certainly couldn't tell if that was the case.

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