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Michael Vick– Nobody’s Best Friend

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Nike and the NFL have riled up local dog lovers by refusing to dump Atlanta Falcons Michael Vick, who has been indicted for running a dog fighting operation. Nike did suspend the Zoom Vick V shoe , but activists say “too little, too late” and are mass emailing contact info for NFL and the Falcons. (see below)

Jossip has some really disgusting details from the indictment.

Russell Simmons, Al Sharpton and PETA have hooked up against Vicks.

The Sarcastic Gamer posts on an unlikely deal with Take Two Games.

Carlos Mencia, on the other hand, thinks the Senate should have better things to do. At least he didn’t play the it’s my culture card.


Federal Attorney, Eastern District of Virginia:
600 East Main Street
Suite 1800
Richmond, VA 23219-2447
(804) 819-5400
Contact/comments via email: Send email
(usavae.usattys@usdoj.gov)

Leave a message with NFL Public Relations at (212) 450-2000 and ask the NFL to suspend Michael Vick immediately.

Ask NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to suspend Michael Vick from the NFL immediately. Anything less would be an outrage.
Roger Goodell’s info. (NFL commissioner)
email address: Roger Goodell
(Roger.Goodell2@nfl.net)
Telephone #: 1-212-450-2000 or (212) 450-2027

Falcon team owner
Arthur Blank, GrantInquiries
(GrantInquiries@ambfo.com)

To contact the Falcons
Mailing Address:
Atlanta Falcons
4400 Falcon Parkway
Flowery Branch, GA 30542
Phone Number: 770-965-3115
Website Address: Atlanta Falcons
Email Address: Send email
(feedback@fans.atlantafalcons.com)

Nike info: nikefoundation@nike.com

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