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    Mike Vick: Fractured collarbone...

    Dogs and animal-lovers everywhere rejoice!!!

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    I think they are talking to Garcia.

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    I thought it was 3 broken ribs? Or is this in addition to?

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    Good

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    Wishing for/rejoicing in Michael Vick doesnt make you that much different from him, except that he has the balls to do things you just wish for. If you hate Michael Vick then show it by acting better than him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache 51 View Post
    I think they are talking to Garcia.
    I think Garcia is great. Can't understand why he isn't in the NFL... Or why he's not out backup QB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathis81 View Post
    I thought it was 3 broken ribs? Or is this in addition to?
    Yeah, heard that too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    I think Garcia is great. Can't understand why he isn't in the NFL... Or why he's not out backup QB.
    $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$ and wants to start...

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    Now espn/nfl network wont be all over the dog killer and start talking about Sanchez 24/7

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    He hasn't even undergone an MRI yet. Some reports say broken ribs, other say hairline fracture of his collarbone. We'll know more tomorrow morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    Dogs and animal-lovers everywhere rejoice!!!
    I am happier than a motherfocker. You know how many broken bones those dogs suffered. I am happy. Fock him. And the rest of the monkeys down with that type of crap.

    Thank you Redskins. I was getting sick and tired of the league praising him.
    I know he made a mistake...blah blah blah.....he served his time....blah blah blah...


    FOCK HIM. Hope rehab is painful every step of the focking way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 10PennyToColes87 View Post
    He hasn't even undergone an MRI yet. Some reports say broken ribs, other say hairline fracture of his collarbone. We'll know more tomorrow morning.
    who cares

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    And what was Vick doing when he got hit?

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    I'm a dog and animal lover but I'm not rejoicing on someones injury..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    I think Garcia is great. Can't understand why he isn't in the NFL...


    ... all the center's have boycotted him ...







    l_j_r

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    I think Garcia is great. Can't understand why he isn't in the NFL... Or why he's not out backup QB.
    he's starting in the UFL. just threw a TD pass the other night to Jeb Putzier lmao

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    Quote Originally Posted by HitSomeone41 View Post
    I am happier than a motherfocker. You know how many broken bones those dogs suffered. I am happy. Fock him. And the rest of the monkeys down with that type of crap.

    Thank you Redskins. I was getting sick and tired of the league praising him.
    I know he made a mistake...blah blah blah.....he served his time....blah blah blah...


    FOCK HIM. Hope rehab is painful every step of the focking way.
    Plus one.

    People need to realize that wishing pain and injury on this piece of ghetto garbage isn't "worse than Vick". We're enjoying the pain of his life because he lost rights when he acted like a monster in the first place.

    Stop championing the rights of criminals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamburglar View Post
    Wishing for/rejoicing in Michael Vick doesnt make you that much different from him, except that he has the balls to do things you just wish for. If you hate Michael Vick then show it by acting better than him.
    Uuuuh, yeah. Me being happy a monster got injured is the same as:
    -electrocuting dogs, Hanging, shooting, Drowning and lifting dogs and smashing them on the ground for not being mean enough
    -starving dogs to make them more biscuits in the ring
    -Rape-racking dogs
    -Throwing average house dogs into the ring with trained Pitbulls because "it's fun" to see them get maimed and killed
    -smuggling drugs on planes
    -knowingly spreading herpes to women... Aka: Ron Mexico"
    During the period when Michael Vick was in prison, two of the Vick dogs are became certified therapy dogs.* They comfort the sick, children and the elderly.* These dogs, who were never criminals, who never chose to hurt or kill others, are truly rehabilitated.

    A man who can look a dog in the face and deliberately pick the most brutal and prolonged way of killing that dog, for nothing more than being insufficiently vicious I think most people could reasonably wonder if such a man could ever genuinely be rehabilitated.

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    So all of you are happy someone got hurt that hurt dogs. Good job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gastineau99 View Post
    Uuuuh, yeah. Me being happy a monster got injured is the same as:
    -electrocuting dogs, Hanging, shooting, Drowning and lifting dogs and smashing them on the ground for not being mean enough
    -starving dogs to make them more biscuits in the ring
    -Rape-racking dogs
    -Throwing average house dogs into the ring with trained Pitbulls because "it's fun" to see them get maimed and killed
    -smuggling drugs on planes
    -knowingly spreading herpes to women... Aka: Ron Mexico"
    During the period when Michael Vick was in prison, two of the Vick dogs are became certified therapy dogs.* They comfort the sick, children and the elderly.* These dogs, who were never criminals, who never chose to hurt or kill others, are truly rehabilitated.

    A man who can look a dog in the face and deliberately pick the most brutal and prolonged way of killing that dog, for nothing more than being insufficiently vicious I think most people could reasonably wonder if such a man could ever genuinely be rehabilitated.
    You are right.

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