Mark Buehrle Discusses Michael Vick, Reveals Unusual Concept Of Suitable Punishment

During a recent interview on the subject of his and his wife's passion for animal rights, Mark Buehrle got to talking about Michael Vick, because who better to speak as an authority on an NFL quarterback than the top lefty for the Chicago White Sox? Said Buehrle in a quote that's since been pulled from the original article:

"He had a great year and a great comeback, but there were times where we watched the game and I know it's bad to say, but there were times where we hope he gets hurt. Everything you've done to these dogs, something bad needs to happen to these guys."

Nevermind any other angle, here. Let's stop and mull over just what Mark Buehrle does not consider to be bad, and what Mark Buehrle does consider to be bad.

What Mark Buehrle does not consider to be bad:

  1. Prison
  2. Bankruptcy
  3. General malice
  4. Crippling disease
  5. A broken heart :(
  6. Fear of walking in shadows when it's uncomfortably hot outside
  7. Getting blamed for the clubbing death of every baby harp seal ever clubbed to death
  8. Waking up without fingers for some reason and developing a persistent itch right on the back of your head

What Mark Buehrle considers to be bad:

  1. High ankle sprains

Right on, Mark. That would've shown him.

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