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 Posted: Mon Oct 4th, 2010 07:29 pm
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TimK wrote: I stand by my words. I do not forgive because he wins games and scores touchdowns. I forgive because, as I said before, he admitted his guilt, paid the price, and is now working to get back to the top of his craft. He spends legitimate time talking to kids about his horrible mistakes.

Somewhere back in the late 1700's-early 1800's there was a white kid from Alabama that treated his dogs better than he treated his family's slaves. He had no concerns about the atrocities imposed on these human beings. Many have decided to forgive this kid, calling him a product of his environment and honor his memory. Now there is a black kid from Virginia that one wishes to blow snot on, and another would like to kill if it wasn't illegal. Too bad if he is a product of his environment, too. He will never be worthy of forgiveness.

Maybe Vick is all about the PR. I don't know. He seems to be doing the right things as far as I'm concerned. And like I said - I'm not the final judge. And I don't care one iota about his team. I bleed CU Buffalo black and gold on Saturdays and Bronco orange and blue on Sundays.


I will stand by my words as well. Pleae read my post again and you will see that I never said I wanted to kill him and did not do so solely because it is illegal. While, I have no use for the man, I have never advocated killing him. I merely reflected on the fact that he is so worthless in my view that the only thing that keeps someone from killin him is that it is bear in mind that I am from the state where the defense of "your honor, he needed killin" is accepted :)

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