Michael Vick

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As I understand it, Vick has been suspended until his trial in November. If true, it probably means that the Feds have an overwhelming amount of evidence against him. The reason I say this is that I imagine the Falcons still have to pay his salary, since he hasn't been officially found guilty. Why pay him not to work, unless the evidence is convincing?
At the beginning of his career, I thought he was just overrated. Now, it appears, he's a low-life as well; assuming he's guilty.

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He is a piece of crap.  I hope his whole career is over and he does jail time.

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i live in chesapeake va. guilty guilty guilty. he also was a total underachiever as a qb. i just wish i would have bought his house for 300k. appraised 750. (so what if they are digging up dead dogs on the property)

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aldo63 wrote:i live in chesapeake va. guilty guilty guilty. he also was a total underachiever as a qb. i just wish i would have bought his house for 300k. appraised 750. (so what if they are digging up dead dogs on the property)
If my name were alpo63, I'd like dead dogs too.

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that was not funny the last 3 times you said it. hobby bull

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Who cares about Michael Vick. This is a Registered Rep. Board

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Ok, I'll make it more topical. What if you were Michael Vick's broker? What would be your recommended course of action, now? Sell everything? Hold? Business as usual? Fire him as a client?
 

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doberman wrote:
Ok, I'll make it more topical. What if you were Michael Vick's broker? What would be your recommended course of action, now? Sell everything? Hold? Business as usual? Fire him as a client?
 

He should put all of his money into a variable annuity.

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Or some subprime CMO's, just for vengence!

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Make him have AllReit as an advisor.  Reverse ACAT everything.

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Dust Bunny wrote:Make him have AllReit as an advisor.  Reverse ACAT everything.

Lol, I'd tell him to go contact a trusts/estates attorney to see about asset protection. Civil forfeiture can be a bitch.

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I just find it funny that someone named "Doberman" started the Vick thread.

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Rumor has it he will serve 42 dog years

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The Prophet wrote:Rumor has it he will serve 42 dog years
 Good one.
Unfortunately, if he's guilty, even a life sentence would be too easy on him. 

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doberman wrote:
The Prophet wrote:Rumor has it he will serve 42 dog years
 Good one.
Unfortunately, if he's guilty, even a life sentence would be too easy on him. 

He's guilty. I can tell just by looking at him.

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