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Old 10-04-2010, 04:47 PM   #16
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Re: RI: Rogers on dealing with Vick

Should the Eagles electrocute Michael Vick,if he can no longer continue playing with his rib injury?
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Old 10-04-2010, 04:50 PM   #17
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Should the Eagles electrocute Michael Vick,if he can no longer continue playing with his rib injury?
GET SERIOUS.......Drowning is the only humane method to dispatch a human who has lost it's usefulness.........
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Old 10-04-2010, 04:58 PM   #18
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GET SERIOUS.......Drowning is the only humane method to dispatch a human who has lost it's usefulness.........
lol

Lets just pick out one of the many methods michael vick would use Hog....
Michael Vick released; time to remember what Vick actually did to dogs - Los Angeles Pet Rescue | Examiner.com

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According to the prosecutor's statement of facts in the case, between 2002 and 2007 Michael Vick and his co-conspirators Purnell Peace, Quanis Phillips and Tony Taylor killed thirteen dogs by various methods including wetting one dog down and electrocuting her, hanging, drowning and shooting others and, in at least one case, by slamming a dogís body to the ground.

Michael Vick didn't make a mistake. He didn't "make a bad choice." Over a period of five years he forced dogs into deadly fights, and he personally killed, or conspired to kill, thirteen dogs. He didn't pick a quick, painless method of killing, but instead chose a variety of means that qualify as torture. Pit Bulls are powerful dogs. Imagine how hard you would have to work to kill a Pit Bull by forcibly drowning him.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution also reports, "Sometimes [the dogs] were starved to make them more vicious in the pit."

And Michael Vick didnít confine the abuse and killing to his own Pit Bulls
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:06 PM   #20
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TALENTED athlete..........bad human
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:18 PM   #21
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I have to ask you guys...

Do you guys believe he is truly rehabilitated from his interviews or is it a front?

What do I mean?
A)I mean,do you believe he truly recognizes that what he did was really bad and evil to those Dogs?

B)Or do you think he feels he let people down by doing what he did as an all-star athlete and was caught doing those things?

I think it's B) I believe he is truly sorry about letting his fans down and getting caught doing what he did because of the public perception of it.

I do NOT believe he is actually holding guilt for the awful things he did to those poor dogs because he said in the interview he was doing that dog fighting thing even before he was in the league.

And to me...there's a HUGE difference in this thought process...
I hope I'm wrong and he truly has reflected on what he did to those poor Pit Bulls and possibly other dog breeds.
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:19 PM   #22
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lol

Lets just pick out one of the many methods michael vick would use Hog....
Michael Vick released; time to remember what Vick actually did to dogs - Los Angeles Pet Rescue | Examiner.com

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Like I said before. I'm all for giving him a second chance as it really seems like he's changed for the better. Plus if Donovan's willing to vouch for him then I can at least look at Vick in a positive light. On the flip side when he gets crushed by two Redskins on the 1 yard line during a play that's called back, I'm not going to feel sorry for him.

There's obviously a bit of hypocrisy when it comes to animals. Especially when 99% of us sit down at the table and enjoy a nice steak or glazed chicken. Even though those animals are killed with more humane methods they're still killed. It's just like Dennis Leary said, we only want to save the cute animals.

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"I don't want to eat the meat because I love the animals. I love the animals." Hey, I love the animals too. I love my doggy. He's so cute. My fluffy little dog.. He's so cute-

There's the problem. We only want to save the cute animals, don't we? Yeah. Why don't we just have animal auditions. Line 'em up one by one and interview them individually.

"What are you?" "I'm an otter." "And what do you do?" "I swim around on my back and do cute little human things with my hands." "You're free to go." "And what are you?" "I'm a cow." "Get in the ****ing truck, ok pal!" "But I'm an animal." "You're a baseball glove! Get on that truck!" "I'm an animal, I have rights!" "Yeah, here's yer ****ing cousin, get on the ****ing truck, pal!"

We kill the cows to make jackets out of them and then we kill each other for the jackets we made out of the cows.
For me the crimes I can't forgive are rape, assault against women and children, and unjustifiable homicide. Dog fighting I can start to give a second chance but it's always going to be there in the back of mind.
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Old 10-04-2010, 05:20 PM   #23
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Why do we constantly harp on Vick's dog fighting days? It's over and he's paid his debt. Personally, and as a football fan, I'm glad he's doing his thing on the field. Don't get me wrong, I was happy we knocked the snot out of him yesterday! LOL

Damn I bet he was sore this morning.
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Like I said before. I'm all for giving him a second chance as it really seems like he's changed for the better. Plus if Donovan's willing to vouch for him then I can at least look at Vick in a positive light. On the flip side when he gets crushed by two Redskins on the 1 yard line during a play that's called back, I'm not going to feel sorry for him.
That was such a sweeeet hit!!! Vick sandwich!! I wish i had a still pic of that body rocker!!! I would have crapped myself getting hit like that!!!
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Looked like a Philly Squeezesteak! Thanks I'll be here all night.
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Why do we constantly harp on Vick's dog fighting days? It's over and he's paid his debt. Personally, and as a football fan, I'm glad he's doing his thing on the field. Don't get me wrong, I was happy we knocked the snot out of him yesterday! LOL

Damn I bet he was sore this morning.
Yeah, Vick has paid his debt. When it comes to talking about his past, we should let sleeping dogs lie.
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Yeah, Vick has paid his debt. When it comes to talking about his past, we should let sleeping dogs lie.
Yea,I agree...We should let this vick stuff go.
I have no dog in this hunt...
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Old 10-04-2010, 06:19 PM   #28
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Vick has paid his debt (to my knowledge) to society which in my book gives him all the same rights as the rest of us, unless stipulated under the law.
Is he rehabilitated? From torturing, and killing mans best friend......doubtful. That's like a head thing...Dahmer style guy in training....mentally defective.
HOWEVER, until he does something else, he's free to do as he wishes........
And I don't know if it's true, but Hall and Moore are HUGE dog lovers....Karma, man
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