Pacman doesn't "get it" yet because he probably thinks he can get it sorted out with an appeal and/or legal action against the NFL. I think it will hit him hard come week 1 of the regular season when he's sitting at home with the same suspension terms as stated before.
I don't give a crap what he does off the field as long as it doesn't effect his availability on it. While I still think any suspension should actually wait for the law, it's clear now the NFL are taking it into their own hands and that breaking the law isn't necessarily a requirement for suspension, so I think doing this the night before meeting with the commish is very stupid, if only for the fact that something could have happened yet again. Just because nothing did happen doesn't mean it wasn't stupid for taking that risk once again, the night before an important meeting at that.