Monday, August 17, 2009

Monday Morning Quarterback



Saw the interview. I'm not sold.


36 comments:

  1. LOL! Thanks for making my day!

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  2. True dat. Now we gotta live with him. BOO EAGLES!

    JNTR

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  3. Dang! I missed it! I can't believe I'm saying this, but I trust your judgement-at least in this matter. :0=)

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  4. i don't BUY it AT ALL and shame on the Eagles biggies who made the decision to retain the dog killer.......
    even a little chi can reason better.......boo

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  5. If you are convicted of a felony in Virginia you can not vote, hold public office, have a gun, hold any professional license like being a electrician, plumber, ect. - But apparently that does not apply to the NFL.

    Feel free to do #2 while you are at it...

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  6. What can I say...I think I'll remain silent. I know...a miracle....who would have believed it was possible for Holly to be silent. Yet...here it is. Yep. So, if that could happen, is it possible that other miracles are possible?

    Oh wait...I wasn't silent just then was I?

    Case closed. Till it's opened again.

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  7. Nigel we all owe you for expressing our opinion so succinctly. As they say, "a picture is worth a thousand words."

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  8. Sara, Gracie and Tina9:27 AM

    Couldn't watch the interview but heard it was a joke he was so phoney. This is my all time favorite picture - think I'll "share" it on my wall every Friday now!

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  9. Need any help?
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  10. Did not see interview but Nigel I believe you hehe - very funny post hehe! Go Niners.

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  11. I am with you...he was not convincing at all! Way too arrogant!

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  12. Nigel Buggers - our feelings exactly!! BOO EAGLES!!!!!!!!!!!

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  13. And woo are SPOT ON fur not being sold...

    He still doesn't get it...

    And sadly, he nevfur will ;-(

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  14. awesome pic - we love it for so many reasons

    Woodrow - Sweetie - MJ (NYC Doggies)

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  15. Ah, Nigel, for the very first time you are just
    Spot On!

    Kisses,
    Stella

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  16. My wife and I went to his alma mater, VT, and we've disowned him as part of the school legacy. Maybe it's genetic, his brother was also QB at Tech, but didn't graduate due to felony charges. Go Nigel Go!!!

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  17. Nigel, I luv u! U show the Eagles how DUMB they are for hiring that piece of poo...

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  18. Love it, Nigel!!!! Greyt Post!!!

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  19. What's going to happen when Vick enters the Dog Pound at Cleveland Stadium?

    If I got sent to federal prison, would the company I work for welcome me back with open arms, return my employment to me, give me lots of money and put me on a year probation period?

    Hmmmm, just wondering.

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  20. Anonymous4:45 PM

    only saw part of the interview- couldn't watch the rest due to nausea- from Vick. This piece of poo is a useless waste of a human body. I can only pray for karma for him. What goes around truly does come around.
    the western SC gang

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  21. Now that we have read the story about the Eagles we understand!
    It sometimes takes us longer across the pond!
    If you need any help we can be contacted.
    love
    Martha & Bailey xxxx

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  22. LOLOLOLOL!!!

    That made my day tooo!! Finally glad to have something to laugh at regarding this!! Thanks Nigel!

    Smileys!
    Dory and the Mama (Beth)

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  23. Me and Mommy agree. We will never watch another football game because that usless dog killer has spoiled it for us.

    Love the picture but I'd get truckload of dog poop and dump it him.

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  24. I don't buy it either....sounded practiced or coached to us! I'm glad Nigel feels the same way!
    Snuggles,
    Twix

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  25. Turn the helmet over so it fills up!

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  26. Ok, Wild Dingo is a little slow on the sports thing...until she remembered who it was this was about...please Nigel, you're letting him off too lightly... add #2 and then some bites. See how he likes it. Or maybe do what he has done to those poor helpless doggies. fracker.

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  27. I couldn't agree with you more!

    Nigel rocks!

    Hoover BPD

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  28. BOL our thoughts exactly!

    -Mollie and Bobo

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  29. I saw the interview also...no way am I sold that he is "sorry". (Well we know how sorry he is..... Still can't believe the NFL let him back in...that says alot for them.

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  30. Me either - I'm all about second chances but I don't think that means picking up where you left off - that's a blip in time not a 2nd chance.

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  31. I'm with you Nigel. But lets put all the helmets from all the NFL teams there. You will have a field day! I plan on boycotting all pro-football and all sponsors. Vick belongs chained to a tree.

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  32. My husband grew up in Philly and is a *huge* Eagles fan. But he's a bigger dog lover. He said he's not watching the Eagles this year and they're no longer his favorite. Might not seem like a big deal, but if you knew him and how much of a fan he *WAS* until they signed Vick, you'd know how big of a deal it is that he's refusing to watch them or support them now. WTF is the NFL thinking reinstating him in the first place, and WTF are the Eagles thinking signing him on. There's forgiveness and people can change and yadda yadda yadda. Bunch of crap. Once an evil monster, always an evil monster. People don't change those kinds of attitudes that easily.

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