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It's All I Can Do

If Michael Vick, convicted dog torturer and dog killer, is signed by any NFL team I will not watch any game that team plays in. I know that's not much, but it's pretty much all I can do.

ChipmunkErnie ChipmunkErnie 61-65, M 5 Responses Aug 3, 2009

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I hope the Steelers kick his *** so bad, that when Michael Vick looks into the mirror he sees his dog that he battered. I hope that it hurts really bad. I am not a fan of the Philidelphia Eagles for as long as he plays.

Any team owner that had Michael Vick on his team should have his personal menatality discussed. There are children that look up to people like that. I do not want my children looking up to an animal abuser. That shows all lot about their personal behavior. I think Michael Vick Stinks!

It may not look like much but we can make it matters.<br />
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Ugh, this is disgusting. It's been that way for a while now, how people dismiss other things and other people as long as there's profit in the horizon. But when it involves inflicting pain like this... we have to draw a line.<br />
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You go, CE!

Worse than an idiot. And I hated it when most of the hosts on the local sports talk radio station are all for his playing again, even welcoming him to the teams they root for. I've only heard one host express my thoughts -- Yes, there have been NFL pla<x>yers who have hurt, even killed human beings, and they have come back to the league. BUT those were cases of stupidity, drunken driving, and horrible as they were they were not intentional. Vick routinely and intentionally tortured dozens (that they can prove, who knows how many they can't?) of dogs, hung them, electrocuted them, and god knows what else. he did it routinely and repeatedly. To me that is a hell of a lot different than someone being totally stupid and making a single mistake.

That's a disturbing pic. you have up there of that poor dog. Poor dogs.