Friday, August 24, 2007

Maybe next time we can get Vick in the jersey first.


Luckyduck said...

Mr Vick is planning on giving the public an explination.... I dont understand why or how he thinks he can explain that kind of brutal treatment.

The man should NEVER be allowed to play for the NFL again. He should have the same things done to him that he did to those dogs.

Anonymous said...

So this is where you've moved to (not exactly news I'm sure)?

This whole Vick thing has my interest for many reasons.

I have a pit and he's a good boy. The breed has been dealt a blow by a few bad eggs.

I am a vet (three guesses and the first two don't count) and IME dog fighting is usually the hardest to prosecute as there tends to be a lack of witnesses with these things. At least witnesses willing to come forward.

Injuries are characteristic for the animals. Mostly wounds to the front half of the dogs and all in various states of scarring or healing. Think about it, many of these dogs see fights every weekend so it is fitting that the wounds are in various stages. They also are fighting and not running away, hence the forequarter injuries.

Getting back to Vick I have my doubts about his sincerity. He calls it a mistake a case of bad judgement. Driving drunk one time is bad judgement.
Getting into a bar fight is a mistake. Actively participating in dog fighting by providing premises and killing dogs as he's admitted to doing is an ongoing behavior that I have difficulty fobbing off as a mistake.

It suggests a mentality void of conscience.

I guess we'll see what his plan is to redeem himself and perhaps we can evaluate his sincerity then.

Historical Wit said...

I agree with you 100%, this is something he has been doing for a long time. In his mind he has done nothing wrong and thats the real problem.

Welcome to the calm in the storm!

TomCat said...

Yes putting Vick in the jersey would be a very appropriate punishment.