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  • Michael Vick hit with lawsuit

    ...and no one covers it.

    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/archive/0405051vick1.html

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    a 26-year-old health care worker, was infected with the sexually transmitted disease in April 2003 after an unprotected encounter with Vick at the athlete's Duluth, Georgia home.

    It is hard for me to work up too much sympathy for someone who is old enough (and given her occupation, educated enough) to understand the risks with such an encounter.

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      Re: Michael Vick hit with lawsuit

      So that's why the Rams were afraid to tackle him!

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        To Funny AV....To Funny!

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          The liberal biased press will not dis a black QB.Hell I thought they'd arrest himfor breaking the speed limit on foot.He can out run a lawsuit anyday.:tongue:

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            Actually, I did hear a mention of this on ESPN Radio this afternoon (I think) on my XM radio. Not enough that I knew the story, but just enough to tie the two together...
            This space for rent...

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              It is on Fox Sports web page today. Good find; especially so early. Kuddos on breaking the story so soon. Now we can call him Michael Valtrex.... I can just hear the chants from the dome faithful...Valtrex, Valtrex, Valtrex....that should take him out of his game....
              :tongue:
              Last edited by SFCRamFan; -04-07-2005, 12:15 PM.

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                I'd love to see someone at a Falcons game with a custom Vick jersey that reads "RON MEXICO" on the back.

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                  Hi, I'm Ron Mexico, spokesperson for Valtrex, the official NFL treatment for herpes. Some people think that I look like Michael Vick, but seroiusly that's just a coincidence... :tongue:
                  Last edited by SFCRamFan; -04-07-2005, 03:26 PM.

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                    Re: Michael Vick hit with lawsuit

                    Got these from www.ronmexico.com





                    Last edited by SFCRamFan; -12-11-2005, 04:01 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Michael Vick hit with lawsuit

                      I heard the Plaintiff is releasing an album with this song...


                      I feel a hot burn
                      On the comode for
                      I fell for the come ons
                      and he bought me a fur

                      I feel the itching
                      In my P.J.s
                      Can't understand why he just can't pay

                      I slept with Ron Mexico
                      I slept with Ron-whoa-oh-Mexico
                      I slept wtih Ron Mexico
                      I slept won Ron-whoa-oh-Mexico

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                        Re: Michael Vick hit with lawsuit

                        Don't quit your day job Avenger. :tongue:
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                          You mean this isn't my day job?

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                            It seems to be your day and night job actually.
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                            • UtterBlitz
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                              Please let me be very clear: I think that dog fighting is a terrible thing.

                              But I must say that the Vick case is rather dramatically demonstrating what I call our “moral schizophrenia” about animals. That is, if one thing is clear, it is that we do not think clearly about our moral obligations to animals.

                              In this country alone, we kill over ten billion land animals annually for food. The animals we eat—even those supposedly raised “humanely”—suffer as much as the dogs that are used in dog fighting. There is no “need” for us to eat meat, dairy, or eggs. Indeed, these foods are increasingly linked to various human diseases and animal agriculture is an environmental disaster for the planet. We impose pain, suffering, and death on these billions of sentient nonhumans because we enjoy eating their flesh and the products that we make from them.

                              There is something positively bizarre about condemning Michael Vick for using dogs in a hideous form of entertainment when 99% of us also use animals that are every bit as sentient as dogs in another hideous form of entertainment that is no more justifiable than fighting dogs: eating animals and animal products.

                              There is something positively bizarre that many “animal lovers” sit around eating meat that has the Certified Humane Raised and Handled label endorsed by The Humane Society of the United States while HSUS tells us what a bad guy Michael Vick is.

                              HSUS and PETA are demanding that Vick be suspended from the NFL. As far as I know, neither organization demanded that Michael Jordan be suspended from the NBA because he promoted Ball Park Franks.

                              There is something bizarre about Reebok and Nike, which use leather in their shoes, suspending products endorsed by Vick. They’re not going to allow a guy who allegedly tortures dogs to endorse products that contain tortured cows.

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                            • MacCentury
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                            • ramsanddodgers
                              As if Micheal Vick didn't already have enough worries...
                              by ramsanddodgers
                              http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,293268,00.html...
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                            • ramsanddodgers
                              Vick Pleads Stupidity. World Agrees.
                              by ramsanddodgers
                              Vick Pleads Stupidity. World Agrees.
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                              ATLANTA (AP) -- Michael Vick blamed his woefully low IQ for taking advantage of him after a police raid found evidence of dog fighting at property he owns in Virginia.

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                              "I'm never at the house as I can't find it on a map. I left the house with my family members and my cousin who said they were running a business providing day care to attack dogs. It's unfortunate I am not smarter," Vick said. "Even if I'm there, I don't know what's going on. Mixing metaphors he added "When it all boils down to brass tacks, two in the hand is a penny saved"

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