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Battle of the Titans

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How does Business Titan Steve (Schwarz Man) Schwarzman compare to Tennessee Titan Adam (Pac Man) Jones?

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So how does Business Titan Steve (Schwarz Man) Schwarzman compare to Tennessee Titan Adam (Pac Man) Jones?




Background:

Pac Man: Adam Jones attended Westlake High School in Atlanta, Georgia, where he currently resides. When Adam Jones was ten years old, his father was shot and killed. Jones was raised by his mother, Deborah Jones, and his grandmother, Cristine Jones, for most of his life.
Schwarz Man: Schwarzman comes from a Jewish family. He attended the Abington School District in suburban Philadelphia and graduated from Abington Senior High School.


College:

Pac Man: University of West Virginia
Schwarz Man: Yale


College Highlights:

Pac Man: Jones is considered one of the greatest cornerbacks to play for West Virginia, and one of the greatest specialists, although he had many troubles off-field. Pacman Jones is ranked second on West Virginia's school career kickoff return yardage list with 1,475 yards. He is also ranked eleventh on the school's career punt return yardage list with 404 yards, while his 10.92 yards per punt return is the sixth most in school history. Jones is also one of the highest drafted from West Virginia, second to Hall of Famer Sam Huff who was drafted third overall.
Schwarz Man: He was George W. Bush's roommate at Yale, and both were elected to the Skull & Bones society in 1969. Schwarzman was directly admitted to Harvard Business School from Yale, and received an MBA from Harvard in 1972.


For amusement:

Pac Man: Likes to "Make it Rain" at strip clubs.
Schwarz Man: Likes to make it actually rain over the entire state of Nevada.


Bad Advice:

PacMan: Posse recommended dinner at Scores the night before a disciplinary hearing with NFL commisioner Roger Gooddell.
Schwarz Man: Posse recommended buying Equity Office Properties.


Favorite Restaurant:

Pac Man: Hooters
Schwarz Man : Hooters


Typical B-day Party Guests:

Pac Man: Nelly
Schwarz Man:
"Schwarzman celebrated his 60th birthday at the Armory on Park Avenue. Guests included Colin Powell, Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg, and Cardinal Edward M. Egan of New York. The climax of the evening was a half hour live performance by Rod Stewart for which he was reportedly paid $1 million."


In the news this week:

Pac Man: "On June 18, 2007 Jones was sought by police for questioning after a shooting at an Atlanta strip club allegedly involving members of his entourage. According to police at the scene, Jones was not present during the shooting, and is not being charged."
Schwarz Man: Nothing, I haven't heard his name once. Oh wait a sec, there's this. Agreed to meet with Baseball Inquisitor George Mitchell in regards to steroid usage, but only on the stipulation that he not have to name any other Private Equity guys.

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