View single post by TimK
 Posted: Fri Oct 1st, 2010 04:55 pm
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I understand how you guys feel, and I don't have a strong argument against it. I just feel that the man has been punished, has paid his dues, and I'm okay with it. I don't know how Michael Vick was raised, what his influences were in his formative years, and what kind of guidance he had. What he did was atrocious and horrible, and he got to spend a couple years in jail to think about it while losing everything he earned. He has moved on, has worked hard to regain his life, and has done a very good job at maturing. From what I understand, he spends his off days in high schools talking about what he did and providing the positive guidance he obviously never received. I look at football to entertain me, not for players to be role models, and Michael Vick entertains me.

I'm not the final judge. I wish him well and hope he really has learned from his past evils.

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