LOL @ this Jacoby Jones interview

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    What language is he speaking? I don't recognize it.
     
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    I think it's Michelob, from the land of Burp. :drunk:
     
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    Some obscure dialect spoken by Randy Moss.
     
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    I'd like to believe that I can speak two languages, but I can't. That was English and I understood him just fine. But, I do business with a lot of Cajuns, so it's just a matter of comprehending various accents. Folks gotta' get out more if they cannot understand him.
     
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    I was born and raised in Orange around plenty of Cajuns, but none of them sounded like that.
     


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    I understood all of the words, it's when I tried to get them to work as answers to the questions he was given that I get lost.
     
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    The closest I could come is from someone suffering with dementia. Incoherent nonsense.
     
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    Yeah, I understand him just fine. It's been awhile since I've heard someone speak like that, given that I live in Florida now.
     
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    Maybe it's a black dialect thing, but your inability to understand his style of English seems more agenda driven when many others comprehend him just fine.

    I agree with Errant Hothy. Jacoby's points seemed like they were severely inebriated, but I easily understood the words.
     
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    The key points I got out of the interview were the mama bit as a term of respect, it has been while since he was is in NOLA and was happy to be back home, he's trading healthy diet for Louise E Anna Creole delights (can't blame him), would like to remain in Baltimore, but understand the nature of the business, cold weather could be a problem for teams that usually play in warmer climates, and he picks Denver to win. It sounded like at one point he saw Robert Meachem.
     
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    I totally agree my friend! He may or may not have had a buzz but irrespective, I understood him just fine.
     
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    You amigo, speak the language of alcohol!
     
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    he was on every bleepin' radio show in the Baltimore area this past season. M T W T F he was on either his show, or a buddies show....at least 3 times a week.

    So to hear this interview, it sounded to me like he was suffering from the Budweiser Flu.....
     
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    What was wrong with it? He sounded a little drunk, but I understood everything.
     
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    D.........runk :)
     
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    He said that Peyton Manning is going to win the Super Bowl and that he is going to move to Denver for legal weed.
     
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    Dude's drunk. But he was a good sport to do the interview.

    This just reminded me of a story I heard several years ago. A friend of mine was at a club in Houston for a special event, and there were flyers at the urinals promoting an upcoming party. The headlining selling point was: "Jacoby Jones parties here!"

    So there you have it. Jacoby likes to party. In case you weren't aware.
     

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