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The first thought comes from yesterdays news. It must be karma that Michael Vick just received another major injury. Despite the media campaign citing his "redemption" including blessings from the Humane Society and a front page story in the September GQ Vick is still quite simply put...a douche bag.
His most recent ramblings relate to his being raised in an environment where dog fighting was deemed a socially acceptable pastime . It is with this logic that he apparently feels victimized by his past. So we are to believe that;
A) That the accused did not know that dog fighting as a commercial enterprise is both illegal and socially unacceptable. This would therefore be a conveniently plausible defense for the majority of crimes commited within an urban enviroment.
B) Wayne Pacelle, the Humane Society CEO who has embraced Vick was not influenced in any way by the reported $50,000 donation from the Eagles. Pacelle stands by the premise that of course people can change right?
One reading of "The Lost Dogs" pulls us into the world of pain that the Vick dogs were forced to endure. Just as Micheal Vick cannot bring back to life the canines who suffered and died as a direct result of his actions so too should he not be allowed to resurrect a career in professional sports.
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