Friday, August 14, 2009

P!NK is awesome--she hates Michael Vick playing in her hometown of Philadelphia.

One a Vick's dogs, now rehabilitated.
P!NK...she will kick your ass, Vick.

It's been announced that the Philadelphia Eagles have signed Michael Vick. Shit. I was hoping NO ONE would sign this monster. I don't believe FOR. ONE. SECOND that this a-hole is sorry for the pain and suffering he inflicted on all of those dogs he tortured. I don't care how many kids he talks to about the evils of dog-fighting, I am positive that he doesn't believe a word coming out of his cake-hole.

Back in December (Christmas Day, in fact) I posted a blog about Michael Vick. If you missed it, please go back and read it.

I love that P!NK is calling his ass out on the fact that he was signed to her hometown football team. I hope she kicks Vick's ass personally--and I think she's capable.

Via Twitter, she wrote:

“wow. michael vick in MY hometown, Philly. of all the places. I hope the fans tear him to pieces like his beloved dogs”

Back in December (Christmas Day, in fact) I posted a blog about Michael Vick. If you missed it, please go back and read it. It's quite an education.


Mizorie said...

Right on P!NK!
As you did, I hoped that Vick would no be allowed back into the NFL, then he was. I then, like you, hoped he wouldn't get picked up by any teams. I can't express how disheartening it is that he is playing for the NFL. Am I surprised? Not at all. Unfortuantely these leagues (escpecially the NFL) Seem to thrive off of criminals and cry babies. What is even more disheartening is the fact the=at there are SO many poeple out there that think he is still a great person or that we need to leave him alone. What the F&*% is that all about? I am guilty of apsotasy for those who feel Vick has, "done his time" or "learned from his mistakes". My apostosy goes even deeper with the NFL for NEVER takes a stand against criminal activity. Unless they are actually in jail, they are welcomed. I don't understand when a nation will not allow a person with a felony work some place and make minimum wage but yet they allow a felon to make millions in a job that I consider a priveledge.

Vick, to me is a mendacious asshole who should have never been allowed such a priveledge.

Stuart said...

What shocked me more was the fact that he got signed so quickly. I knew he'd get signed sometime but I was thinking it'd be sometime closer mid-season, so the teams would think of a way to spin/deal with the bad publicity. The Eagles announcing that past the tradional "press time" on a Thursday tells me that they were reluctant to really announce it, but had to because he's showing up at training camp this weekend.

As awful as what he did, in the NFL, talent wins out. If he sucks, then the fans will rip him apart. However, if he was the talent he was before all this happened and the team starts winning, then they'll be behind him. All the owners care about is money and he'll bring money. Along with morals, well, there's many an NFL player with manslaughter in their past, so I guess morals need not apply.

DivaJulia said...

Here's the thing: There will not be ONE interview without Vick's name being mentioned this season. That may irritate some of the other players, don't ya'll think? Yes, it will give the Eagles more publicity, but it's NEGATIVE publicity.

Not for one minute do I think he's been rehabilitated. That kind of mentality has no empathy...none.


Sven-golly said...

Stuart...someone, if not the fans, should definitely rip him apart. How about those poor dogs he tortured, abused and set upon each other?????
This is a travesty...HE SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED TO PLAY FOOTBALL!!!!!!!!!
I'm appalled that he got away with reading "his" statement of apology and remorse as if we're supposed to believe he's really repented. This man is, and always will be, more of an animal than those innocent pit bulls ever were.

Stuart said...

I don't disagree with anything your saying. There are many in the NFL who shouldn't play football due to their lack of morality. Not to belittle what Vick has done, but there's many a player who have been accused and/or convicted of manslaughter and/or murder who, in many cases, have received lower punishments, both by the NFL and the judicial system, than Vick has received. There's a man in Las Vegas who, in just doing his job as a bouncer, will never walk again due to the asshatery of a boisterous NFL player (yes, that's "PacMan" Jones).

Like I mentioned before, not that I agree with it or than I think it's right, it seems that in the NFL, talent wins out. You could be an awful human being, but if you can throw the ball well or throw around your fellow human being, then you've got a position. And people will go see him, even if it is just to beleaguer him. He's the current interest piece because of his recent past and, in many circles, it might even give him major cred. Is it right? No. Do I agree with it? No. But, as the late Walter Cronkite spoke: "And that's the way it is."

DivaJulia said...

Stuart: And as Sean-PDiddy-Puff Daddy-Dumbass-Diddy-Combs says,




Anonymous said...

Michael Vick is a murderer. Sadly, the HSUS has teamed up with this sadistic monster. The old dog (Vick) will not learn new tricks.Hopefully, there will be protests whenever/wherever this animal abuser plays.