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Oct 21st 2009 6:25AM For all of you who think you know what you are talking about, you might want to learn a few things.
Having weight loss surgery IS NOT easy. I'm sorry that you think that it is. Once your body is carrying around an excess 100 pounds, your body chemistry changes to the point that it is extremely difficult to lose weight and keep it off.
Why would you have such harsh feelings towards people who were brave enough to take control of their lives and do something so scary that many of you said you'd never do it? If it was your health and/or life on the line, you might be thinking twice.
Aug 20th 2009 11:40PM Yeah... sure you are.
Jul 21st 2009 1:22AM And how about he be paid minimum wage?
Jul 21st 2009 1:17AM We as a society judge.
And next to Vick, I am perfect.
Jul 21st 2009 12:49AM How about the guy gets banned because HE'S A CONVICTED FELON. He does not deserve to be paid millions of dollars a year. Let him get a desk job.
It seems some people are having a hard time distinguishing the idea that yes, he should be allowed to have a job... just not a high profile one with a rediculous salary and in a position to be a role model for kids.
Jul 20th 2009 11:57PM The UFC fighters give consent to beat each other brains out. The dogs didn't have that option.
Jul 20th 2009 8:06PM You do understand that most serial killers start out abusing/torturing animals?
Let him get a regular job. His cruelty shouldn't be rewarded with a multi-million dollar contract.
Jul 20th 2009 8:04PM And again, this isn't China.
Jul 20th 2009 8:01PM He should be allowed to work, no doubt. Everyone needs to support themselves. Let him go get an office job. Tough luck if he isn't qualified for anything other than football or fast food. He's in need of worker retraining.
Jul 20th 2009 7:59PM It's not that I'm against him earning a living. He did a despicable thing and shouldn't be rewarded with a multi-million dollar contract. Let him go get a "normal" job like the rest of us "average joe's."