D-Hall, Brooking and Vick

D-Hall, Brooking and Vick

There are 30 comments on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution story from Jul 6, 2009, titled D-Hall, Brooking and Vick. In it, Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that:

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New York

United States

#21 Jul 10, 2009
smitty wrote:
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I wouldnt have a problem with him coming to my house to have dinner with me and my family if he wanted to. why not? he killed dogs not people. and again I dont like the fact that he killed dogs but I support his right to resume his career. he served his time lost millions and is contributing to the humane society to curb dogfighting. IMO he should get a second chance, and he will.
There is no such right.

USA ROCKS

Since: Aug 08

United States

#22 Jul 11, 2009
smitty wrote:
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I wouldnt have a problem with him coming to my house to have dinner with me and my family if he wanted to. why not? he killed dogs not people.
Substitute blacks for dogs and you have the same thing people said during slavery. Now, most people, have become more enlightened.

You simply haven't reached that point of enlightenment relative to sentient animals yet.

Give your type another few generations and you may reach a more humane and educated sense regarding their importance and place within humankind.

You would think if anybody empathized with the stuggle that animals have been, and are still, going through right now, it would be blacks.

It really wasn't that long ago that you were abused, inhumanely treated, and looked upon as property.

No doubt, you will respond with the oh so tired, "get real, dogs are animals not people". Well guess what holmes, as I just said, it wasn't that long ago that you were thought of in the same manner.

Chew on that while you and your family are breakin' bread with the maggot dog killer.
Gina

United States

#23 Jul 11, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
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Substitute blacks for dogs and you have the same thing people said during slavery. Now, most people, have become more enlightened.
You simply haven't reached that point of enlightenment relative to sentient animals yet.
Give your type another few generations and you may reach a more humane and educated sense regarding their importance and place within humankind.
You would think if anybody empathized with the stuggle that animals have been, and are still, going through right now, it would be blacks.
It really wasn't that long ago that you were abused, inhumanely treated, and looked upon as property.
No doubt, you will respond with the oh so tired, "get real, dogs are animals not people". Well guess what holmes, as I just said, it wasn't that long ago that you were thought of in the same manner.
Chew on that while you and your family are breakin' bread with the maggot dog killer.
This is true
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/no-nfl-for-m...
smitty

Newark, NJ

#25 Jul 11, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
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Substitute blacks for dogs and you have the same thing people said during slavery. Now, most people, have become more enlightened.
You simply haven't reached that point of enlightenment relative to sentient animals yet.
Give your type another few generations and you may reach a more humane and educated sense regarding their importance and place within humankind.
You would think if anybody empathized with the stuggle that animals have been, and are still, going through right now, it would be blacks.
It really wasn't that long ago that you were abused, inhumanely treated, and looked upon as property.
No doubt, you will respond with the oh so tired, "get real, dogs are animals not people". Well guess what holmes, as I just said, it wasn't that long ago that you were thought of in the same manner.
Chew on that while you and your family are breakin' bread with the maggot dog killer.
oh please spare me. I have told you countless times that I dont like dogfighting and I think it is barbaric. just because I support his right to fight again doesnt mean I dont find what he did to be terrible. stop assuming that I dont find that tgerrible because i support his right to play again. YOU simply not have reached the point of enlightenment to see that. I think you are a very hateful person and I am sure you life isnt too fulfilling. but as usual if someone doesnt agree with you you start with thepersonal attacks. you really need to grow up and learn to accept others opinions without attacking them. and guess what, vick will be back in the nfl and there isnt a thing you can do about it. I know that eats you up but it wil be okay. you'll get over it. Now you want to start getting racial? hilarious you are truly a sick puppy.
smitty

Newark, NJ

#26 Jul 11, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
<quoted text>
Substitute blacks for dogs and you have the same thing people said during slavery. Now, most people, have become more enlightened.
You simply haven't reached that point of enlightenment relative to sentient animals yet.
Give your type another few generations and you may reach a more humane and educated sense regarding their importance and place within humankind.
You would think if anybody empathized with the stuggle that animals have been, and are still, going through right now, it would be blacks.
It really wasn't that long ago that you were abused, inhumanely treated, and looked upon as property.
No doubt, you will respond with the oh so tired, "get real, dogs are animals not people". Well guess what holmes, as I just said, it wasn't that long ago that you were thought of in the same manner.
Chew on that while you and your family are breakin' bread with the maggot dog killer.
dont worry rocks its going to be okay. I know this forum is your only emotional outlet. I know its like therapy for you right? LOL! does it make you feel better about your existance when you down others for a differing opinion? you are like a child, please grow up.
smitty

Newark, NJ

#27 Jul 11, 2009
New York wrote:
<quoted text>There is no such right.
the courts feel differently about that.

USA ROCKS

Since: Aug 08

United States

#28 Jul 11, 2009
smitty wrote:
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just because I support his right to fight again doesnt mean I dont find what he did to be terrible.
His right to "fight" again? I know you'll say this was a typo but I actually think it is your subconscious revealing itself.

Like I have said before, you are vaguely aware of all the PC and right things to say, such as "I hate dog fighting" and "I don't condone what he did", but you don't know why you are supposed to say those things.

If you did, you wouldn't be so supportive and defensive of this degenerate. You can't hate and find what someone did to be terrible and then wish the best for them. At least not before he has proven himself to be truly remorseful and he has done nothing, zero, nada, to prove otherwise other than offer up some lip service to his remorse.

So you see smit, your support makes no sense. There has to be another reason for it.

It's most likely the same thing that motivates DOWHATSHEDO2HERSELF only you can't bring yourself to say it.
Tina

United States

#29 Jul 11, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
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His right to "fight" again? I know you'll say this was a typo but I actually think it is your subconscious revealing itself.
Like I have said before, you are vaguely aware of all the PC and right things to say, such as "I hate dog fighting" and "I don't condone what he did", but you don't know why you are supposed to say those things.
If you did, you wouldn't be so supportive and defensive of this degenerate. You can't hate and find what someone did to be terrible and then wish the best for them. At least not before he has proven himself to be truly remorseful and he has done nothing, zero, nada, to prove otherwise other than offer up some lip service to his remorse.
So you see smit, your support makes no sense. There has to be another reason for it.
It's most likely the same thing that motivates DOWHATSHEDO2HERSELF only you can't bring yourself to say it.
Oh no he dint!
smitty

Newark, NJ

#30 Jul 11, 2009
USA ROCKS wrote:
<quoted text>
His right to "fight" again? I know you'll say this was a typo but I actually think it is your subconscious revealing itself.
Like I have said before, you are vaguely aware of all the PC and right things to say, such as "I hate dog fighting" and "I don't condone what he did", but you don't know why you are supposed to say those things.
If you did, you wouldn't be so supportive and defensive of this degenerate. You can't hate and find what someone did to be terrible and then wish the best for them. At least not before he has proven himself to be truly remorseful and he has done nothing, zero, nada, to prove otherwise other than offer up some lip service to his remorse.
So you see smit, your support makes no sense. There has to be another reason for it.
It's most likely the same thing that motivates DOWHATSHEDO2HERSELF only you can't bring yourself to say it.
of course it was a typo. I have told you many times I dont support dogfighting but keep telling yourself that if it gives you more ammo to hate for no reason. I will say this slowly so you can understand. I HATE dogfighting. BUT the man has served his time, lost millions and is contributing to the humane society to stop dogfighting. for me, he has been punished enough. for you not so much. but sitting here tying to see what is in my head is comical at best. it is that simple, that is why I support his right to play again. why is that so hard to understand? why does it have to be something else? its not, seriously you are thinking way to much on this topic and I can see its driving you crazy. I dont know why I say those things? you can read minds now? man you are truly a legend in your own mind. Look rocks you seem like a smart person , let go of the hate, it will only consume you in the end. what does vick have to do to show you he is remorseful? nothing! because you or my opinion doesnt count on this matter, the only one that does is goodell. BTW it doesnt matter what vick does you will never be satisfied with his regret and remores. nothing short of death is punishmen enough for you and that is very disturbing.
Laura

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#31 Jul 11, 2009
As a resident of an Atlanta suburb I am a Falcons fan. Though sad to see Atlanta lose a good football player, I was relieved to hear that the Falcons would not allow Michael Vick return. I strongly believe he should never be reinstated to the NFL again.

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