you really don't need to worry about having white corners, the other teams qb won't be that good anyway.
wow Fezzi.. you are really showing your azzz. Do you live in Beaver County? LOL...
Now as far as black QB's go... this is a Steeler tradition, not a Tomlin tradition and it makes sense that Tomlin would consider Vick given his talent on field, cheap asking price and his connection to Tony Dungy.
Now the Dog fighting and killing... I think FlaSteel hit the nail on the head. Not sure how people can claim being a christian and then turn around and say burn and hell.
Some people view dog fighting/cock fighting/bull fighting as a sport... I've seen video's of pit bulls chasing and ripping up pigs at festivals in the midwest... ESPN and Outdoor channels show people hunting wild animals in controlled areas..
The guy paid his debt and hopefully he learned a valuable lesson.
Plants are considered living things... should we not cut down plants to eat corn, tomatoes, and other vegetables? That could be too harsh and cruel on the plants, right?
Comparing what Vick did to basically the food chain just doesn't make sense.
This just reminds me of when people get upset because someone has to kill a bear, a tiger, a shark, an alligator or whatever because it was harsh to the animal. Or when people have dangerous animals as pets and then they are surprised when they attack one day. This is almost the same mindset your having. Those animals don't like you and they never will... They are instinctive killing machines. They want food, water, a mate, etc and if you interfere, they will kill you. It's like the guy in Alaska. Supposedly, he had a special bond and was "friends" with these Grizzly bears. He was friends alright.... up until the bear got hungry and ate him and his wife. Maybe we should ask that bear to never do that it again... it was too harsh and tortuous to those humans.... being eaten alive.
Despite the fact that the animals in our meat industry are slaughtered for food, the method of killing the animals is no less cruel than the way that Vick killed those dogs...
The reason why they are killed isn't important in this case...it's the method used and the treatment of those animals up to the point of the slaughter that is inhumane...
Does the animal know why it was killed? No...it only knows it was tortured in captivity up to the point of it's (needlessly cruel) death...
I'm not saying, "Don't eat meat." But, those animals are mistreated as badly as Vick's dogs were...
1) A "favored" boxer loses a boxing match. Afterwards, the MGM Grand executes the "favored" boxer in the electric chair because the boxer performed poorly and likewise, bets were lost, TV ratings were poor and future attendance will suffer.
2) A hiker in Alaska was attacked, killed and eaten by a Grizzly bear for no other reason than food.
Both suffered a very unfortunate, unnecessary and cruel death.
Basically, what you're saying is (1) is just as acceptable as (2) because they both suffered a cruel death. The fundamental difference is one harsh death is specifically geared around food and the food chain. The other is a senseless act of executing someone or something for not performing well. Vick did that to dogs. He didn't kill for the sake of food. If you can lump those 2 killings in the same category, I think that is messed up but thats your opinion. Are they both cruel killings? Yes. However, they were done for 2 COMPLETELY different reasons and they are not created equal in my mind
I can't figure out why the NFL let Vick back in, given their allergy to bad publicity.
I guess they figured the $$ from ticket sales would outweigh the dollars lost from bad publicity.
"Follow the money".
Does God enter Dogs into Heaven? NOPE. Perspective.
I GUESS ALL OF YOU KNOW BETTER THAN GOD