Discussion in 'Texans Talk' started by Vinny, Apr 30, 2007.
If you catch this now...Mario is on Rome is burning.
I like what he's saying, it sounds like theres alot of truth to it. He didn't make any excuses for last year and it sounds like him and Okoye are going to benefit greatly from each other. However, he needs to quit saying "well, you know . . . " at the beginning of every question he answers!
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i love listening to our players. they're all so soft spoken and humble and respectful. mario gave some good advice for amobi & russell, and when asked about his driving episode he manned up with "i was being young and dumb, it was stupid and i've appologized".
nice. that is all one can do
learn from the mistakes.. It is like the kid that mom and dad tell him that the stove is hot ,stove is hot.. and what does the kid do...touch it to see.
learn from the mistakes that is all we can do in life
was asked about Carr being cut...he said it was best for both parties. He was asked about the speeding video on YouTube and he said he was young and dumb and took some personal responsibility for it...so that's a good thing in my eyes.
He looks as big as Shaq...so he hasn't shrunk.
Uh-oh here come the Costanza rants.
It's good to know these things.
I will continue to be off/on topic, but I liked Rome's quip on NASCAR fans throwing beer at a Rainbow colored car.
same thread on the official board(yes i actually checked the board out)
you're not kidding, he looked massive.
you listen to jim rome
he's so annoying
Rome also touched on how he set up some college funds for his nephews and Mario said that he was just doing the right thing. He's got to look out for his family. Good guy.
Very annoying, but I actually like his interviews, he seems much more mellow and serious when doing those.
He does great intervews it is the other stuff that sucks. Although I do like some of the callers and the smack talk without being vulgar.
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