Cowboys-Eagles inactives - Michael Vick No. 3 QB

No surprises on the Cowboys' part, but Michael Vick is the Eagles' No. 3 quarterback, which means he cannot play until the fourth quarter if Philadelphia wants to use Donovan McNabb again. Full Story
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Mary Edith Pitts

Lilburn, GA

#1 Jan 3, 2010
Which means he only plays when there is 11 starters out

Since: Nov 09

United States

#2 Jan 4, 2010
Mary Edith Pitts wrote:
Which means he only plays when there is 11 starters out
pass it on
http://www.change.org/actions/view/petition_a...
Angie

United States

#3 Jan 4, 2010
Cornback Rattlur wrote:
ditto
Mammy

United States

#4 Jan 4, 2010
Still not number one-devils!
white cat

Columbia, SC

#5 Jan 4, 2010
Mammy wrote:
Still not number one-devils!
LOl keep going
Spanish cat

Atlanta, GA

#6 Jan 4, 2010
white cat wrote:
<quoted text>LOl keep going
all night
vick is nasty

Mcdonough, GA

#7 Jan 4, 2010
Spanish cat wrote:
<quoted text>all night
too bad
Vick is great

Atlanta, GA

#8 Jan 4, 2010
so sad...LOL
vick is nasty

United States

#10 Jan 4, 2010
Vick is great wrote:
so sad...LOL
she still the same

“Beyond Your Wildest Dreams”

Since: Feb 08

the universe

#11 Jan 5, 2010
Cornback Rattlur wrote:
Go Cowboys
Lanie

Atlanta, GA

#12 Jan 5, 2010
That's better dear! Get your mind on the game and life that is REAL, not your fake fantasyland where you believe this forum has some value to your psyche...its clearly damaging you and stunting you in ways that merit professional help.

“Beyond Your Wildest Dreams”

Since: Feb 08

the universe

#13 Jan 5, 2010
It is undisputed that all serial killers started out as torturers of animals. While it is a logical fallacy to therefore pronounce Vick a serial killer, it is also not exactly the kind of esteemed company one would like to share. There is no doubt that Vick has antisocial tendencies, which explains his ability to issue apologies on demand without actually caring. Contrast this with Donte Stallworth who hit a man when drunk (the victim was apparently himself also drunk); and there is evidence that Stallworth might have hit him even if not drunk, but Stallworth seemed to have genuine remorse. He may have been a fool for driving drunk, but he's not a torturer and monster, which Vick indeed is.

Since: Nov 09

United States

#14 Jan 5, 2010
Advocate need remain vigilant and speak for animals because they can't do it themselves. Remember the 1980 Sido court case when then- SF/SPCA President Rich Avanzino challenged a will that called for destroying a dog because the owner had died? That special bill turned into a law that allows for animals to have limited rights. Read again Christie Keith's interview with Rich Avanzino. Sido lived with Mr. Avanzino for another 6 years.

http://www.petconnection.com/blog/ck-ratransc...
Lanie

Atlanta, GA

#15 Jan 5, 2010
Cornback Rattlur wrote:
Advocate need remain vigilant and speak for animals because they can't do it themselves. Remember the 1980 Sido court case when then- SF/SPCA President Rich Avanzino challenged a will that called for destroying a dog because the owner had died? That special bill turned into a law that allows for animals to have limited rights. Read again Christie Keith's interview with Rich Avanzino. Sido lived with Mr. Avanzino for another 6 years.
http://www.petconnection.com/blog/ck-ratransc...
And Michael Vick is still playing in the NFL, still working with the Humane Society, still going out to live his life and no one is bothering him for anything other than his autograph. He is still wealthy, he is still driving a great big 2010 Benz, he's still going to get another contract with a bunch of guaranteed money and still going to go on...you are the one whose stuck. Wayne Pacelle made it clear which road he'd rather be on, the one that takes him to the future, not the one that remains in the past. Serenity is a good thing.
Shaft

Ypsilanti, MI

#16 Jan 5, 2010
Lanie wrote:
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And Michael Vick is still playing in the NFL, still working with the Humane Society, still going out to live his life and no one is bothering him for anything other than his autograph. He is still wealthy, he is still driving a great big 2010 Benz, he's still going to get another contract with a bunch of guaranteed money and still going to go on...you are the one whose stuck. Wayne Pacelle made it clear which road he'd rather be on, the one that takes him to the future, not the one that remains in the past. Serenity is a good thing.
Agreed, but this bunny will never understand that never. Why won't she ever understand that? For all the things you just mentioned. Nothing to do with animals. If she was all that concerned with animal welfare she would put the energy into it, as opposed to posting 24/7 with multiple names on Topix, a forum that is for the most part meaningless. Not to mention she has been doing it for more than two years.

“Beyond Your Wildest Dreams”

Since: Feb 08

the universe

#17 Jan 5, 2010
Cornback Rattlur wrote:
Advocate need remain vigilant and speak for animals because they can't do it themselves. Remember the 1980 Sido court case when then- SF/SPCA President Rich Avanzino challenged a will that called for destroying a dog because the owner had died? That special bill turned into a law that allows for animals to have limited rights. Read again Christie Keith's interview with Rich Avanzino. Sido lived with Mr. Avanzino for another 6 years.
http://www.petconnection.com/blog/ck-ratransc...
pass it on
Shaft

Ypsilanti, MI

#18 Jan 5, 2010
Lanie wrote:
<quoted text>
And Michael Vick is still playing in the NFL, still working with the Humane Society, still going out to live his life and no one is bothering him for anything other than his autograph. He is still wealthy, he is still driving a great big 2010 Benz, he's still going to get another contract with a bunch of guaranteed money and still going to go on...you are the one whose stuck. Wayne Pacelle made it clear which road he'd rather be on, the one that takes him to the future, not the one that remains in the past. Serenity is a good thing.
See what I mean this fool is still talking about pass it on LOL LOL .
Lanie

Atlanta, GA

#19 Jan 5, 2010
Shaft wrote:
<quoted text>See what I mean this fool is still talking about pass it on LOL LOL .
and I notice she gets more and more upset the more its pointed out that its irrelevant and hasn't achieved not a one of its goals...ever...its like knowing that is driving her to speak in circles. Seeing the word "reinstated" is like a dagger in her lil heart! LOL

“Beyond Your Wildest Dreams”

Since: Feb 08

the universe

#20 Jan 5, 2010
Vick is as bad as the concentration camp executioners...brutal-what a discgrace of a human being...I've been saying all along Vick deserves never to play in the NFL and I boycott any and all sponsors as well as football fans of Vick...I don't need em...
Lanie

Atlanta, GA

#21 Jan 5, 2010
petaputa08 wrote:
Vick is as bad as the concentration camp executioners...brutal-what a discgrace of a human being...I've been saying all along Vick deserves never to play in the NFL and I boycott any and all sponsors as well as football fans of Vick...I don't need em...
And what do you believe the effect of your boycott has been? The regular season of the NFL has ended, did you succeed in convincing any of their sponsors to not advertise during the games? Have the ratings suffered? Did the league lose any revenue due to your boycott? What was the impact on the league? Was there one? Provide any links to show the revenue droppings that you succeeded in causing with your boycott.

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