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Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by CRUDS, Mar 19, 2014.
nflshop wont make it, gonna have to find another place
Sorry bro. Really sucks man. Atleast he knows that you were his buddy and that you took care of him. Glad I have two pits now. Nobody gonna be kidnapping them without a fight.
I would not buy from those thieves anyway. Do not worry, I gots people.
Suck my Vick.
Having your dog stolen beats finding him shot to death in the woods behind your house
This isn't my dog Riff, but looks and size are about the same. He was a mix of Im guessing an Alaskan Malamute and something else, this dog in the pic is lighter than mine was but you get the idea. Hunters thought he was a wolf, (so they say) and got away with murder
Killing dogs is evil I never said that.
Although the picture of the mauled dogs face was probably a bit much for your point we get it.
All I'm saying is it happened what? ten years ago? The dude went to legit prison. It wasn't like he didn't pay for the crime. I think it's horrible but I also think its a cultural thing.
I gurantee you there's been and are people in the NFL who have murdered people, beat women or go full American Psycho mode like Darren Sharper. Just don't act like your so holy you're selling your season tickets over michael Vick and the rest of these guys are saints.
He's obviously cleaned up his act and hasn't caused one problem since his return... Unlike some of the Titans notable top tens.... Pacman...Vince...Haynesworth.
Anyway it could happen, he was sighted outside LP field last week...
Jesus he was a beast.
Could you want to buy my tickets?
I've done some scummy things in my life but abusing defenseless animals is not among them. Vick is a piece of **** still, I'm sure he will be very happy for your support.
If I lived in Tennessee I might.
(....remembers past three seasons)
Actually I think I'm good on season tickets for a bit.
As a kid i rode him around the yard, he was too big to even be allowed inside. I have zero memories of him in the house, always back yard or where ever we took him, which as you could imagine was a challenge in a 1989 Corolla. We had a truck too but that sometimes wasnt an option so we had to stuff him in 2 door car.