NFL  > Minnesota Vikings  > V IC HAS EVERYONE FORGOT WHAT THAT ANIMAL DID TO OTHERS
November 28, 2010, 11:38 AM
I HOPE THAT EVERYONE REMEMBERS WHAT VIC DID TO MANS BEST FRIEND, I LOVE FOOTBALL AND MY PATS TO WIN , NOT BY PAYING SOMEONE WITH CARE FOR HIM SELF ONLY . I REALLY HOPE IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO FEELS THIS WAY.


THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

GREG
November 28, 2010  12:44 PM ET
QUOTE:

I HOPE THAT EVERYONE REMEMBERS WHAT VIC DID TO MANS BEST FRIEND, I LOVE FOOTBALL AND MY PATS TO WIN , NOT BY PAYING SOMEONE WITH CARE FOR HIM SELF ONLY . I REALLY HOPE IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO FEELS THIS WAY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME GREG

Have you ever done anything that you wanted to be forgiven for, and let whatever it was to be forgotten? Or are you perfect? Vick has, in my opinion, done his time and he paid for it. Now, if he was to go back doing that, then it's another story and another case.

There is NO human, dead or alive, who was perfect, nor will they ever be. You should let this hate dissipate because it's not hurting him, but YOU!

Like BG said, this is OLD NEWS.

November 28, 2010  01:31 PM ET

Please stop shouting. We are all aware of Vick's past as football fans.

November 28, 2010  01:57 PM ET
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Isn't it funny that a guy named Coliie got injured in the Eagles/Colts game? ha ha ha ha ha

Just curious as to why you find it's funny when someone gets hurt? Being hurt or injured is not a laughing matter in my opinion, regardless of his name.

November 28, 2010  02:31 PM ET

Bumping.......hang on ........lol

November 28, 2010  07:03 PM ET

I haven't forgotten and I don't think anyone else has either. What it comes down to is this: He was sentenced and did his time. It's wrong to punish him any further. We live in a society where people are given second chances, and he's making the most of his. It's sad that it took him screwing up his first to appreciate what he had, but he's doing it. He's done a lot of positive things since coming back - including teaching kids NOT to do what he did.

November 29, 2010  12:30 AM ET
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Just curious as to why you find it's funny when someone gets hurt? Being hurt or injured is not a laughing matter in my opinion, regardless of his name.

So in one quote you are saying that Vick should be forgiven for torturing animals and the next post is you getting mad that someone made fun of a football injury??? Are you kidding me?????

November 29, 2010  02:52 AM ET

He didn't rape a girl in a toilet while his security staff waited outside. Two years in prison is a long time considering nobody died. Any of you that are Christians have to forgive him him because God is working through him. Those of you that aren't ... he paid his debt to society. Clean slate, that's how it works ...

November 29, 2010  03:00 AM ET
QUOTE:

I HOPE THAT EVERYONE REMEMBERS WHAT VIC DID TO MANS BEST FRIEND, I LOVE FOOTBALL AND MY PATS TO WIN , NOT BY PAYING SOMEONE WITH CARE FOR HIM SELF ONLY . I REALLY HOPE IM NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO FEELS THIS WAY. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIMEGREG

..looks like U need others to reenforce your thoughts. MAN UP and take account of your own accusations. thanks...from man's best friend....:-)
hp

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November 29, 2010  05:59 AM ET
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So in one quote you are saying that Vick should be forgiven for torturing animals and the next post is you getting mad that someone made fun of a football injury??? Are you kidding me?????

I doubt Vick will return to "torturing animals". He lost a lot, and would lose even more if he were to go back to that. He did his time as outlined by a court of law, and like anyone else, should be given a 2nd chance. I have no doubt that you have done something that you regretted, and likely won't do again, right? If not, then you'd be the first PERFECT human being ever, but I doubt you're perfect either.
If Vick were to start doing as he did before, then he'd be gone. Plain and simple. I am NOT saying what he did was right.......far from it..........but I also did NOT have anything to do with his punishment, nor the resumption of his career.
Who said I was mad at the person who made the joke? Far from that too. I was only asking a question. You might try re reading the question as I asked it, and not misconstrue my intent.

November 29, 2010  06:00 AM ET
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He didn't rape a girl in a toilet while his security staff waited outside. Two years in prison is a long time considering nobody died. Any of you that are Christians have to forgive him him because God is working through him. Those of you that aren't ... he paid his debt to society. Clean slate, that's how it works ...

Well said, Irish!

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November 29, 2010  09:28 AM ET
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I still say, you can not call him a rapist...they did not even indict him.But he is still a POS pervert, he proved that though...

Who are you referring to, BG?
Vick?

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November 29, 2010  10:14 AM ET
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OK........... bad joke!

Next time use the word ironic instead of funny.

November 29, 2010  10:33 AM ET
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Steeler QB...I think he is a POS...but the accuation that he is a rapist is wrong, and should not be said period.

Ohhhhhhhh. How did Big Ben get involved in a board about Vick?.......lol

November 29, 2010  10:34 AM ET
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I doubt Vick will return to "torturing animals". He lost a lot, and would lose even more if he were to go back to that. He did his time as outlined by a court of law, and like anyone else, should be given a 2nd chance. I have no doubt that you have done something that you regretted, and likely won't do again, right? If not, then you'd be the first PERFECT human being ever, but I doubt you're perfect either. If Vick were to start doing as he did before, then he'd be gone. Plain and simple. I am NOT saying what he did was right.......far from it..........but I also did NOT have anything to do with his punishment, nor the resumption of his career.Who said I was mad at the person who made the joke? Far from that too. I was only asking a question. You might try re reading the question as I asked it, and not misconstrue my intent.

He probably won't go back to torturing animals because I'm sure if anyone even see's him walking a dog that it will be in some tabloid that week. He never served his full time because he got off for good behavior ( meaning; he signed lots of autographs for the guards) I do remember that the judge had ordered him to do a mountain of community service. Has he done any? What did he have to do? Will he go back to torturing dogs after he retires? I'll bet they find him betting a dog fight somewhere, and hanging with his same old group of criminal friends.

 
November 29, 2010  10:41 AM ET
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Agreed, Deuce. The examining physician stated that there was no indication of rape or sexual assault. I wonder why people have such a hard time understanding that.

Jack, the stigma of such a thing tends to lead people into believing that the accusation is the truth, whether it is or not. For instance, if someone is accused of being a pedophile, what's the first thing that crosses your mind? Think about it.
Too often people use these kinds of accusations in a fit of anger, and to get back at someone, but once accused, it's hard to prove any innocence, at least in the public's mind. Even being proved innocent, people will still wonder and their opinion will likely never go back to where it was before.

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