Well, this takes me back to…oh, not that long ago…
Ah, I see ESPN is looking to redeem Michael Vick in its upcoming documentary on the dog-killer:
“Perhaps the biggest question, though, was raised by the documentary’s director, Stanley Nelson, in a phone interview Wednesday with The Washington Post: “How does something that so many of us see as horribly cruel and torturous, how does anybody not see that?””
Well, with all due respect, Stanley, he’s lying to you. He’s just looking to rehabilitate his image.
“”I was really, really competitive, and I loved dogs,” he says in the documentary.”
Vick loved them so much that, when he was done with them, he killed them by electrocution and hanging. I’ll spare you, but the photos of his sadistic crimes are available online for all to see.
You think ESPN is going to include that in the documentary? Doubt it.
Actor Mike Dopud
He had three different roles in #SG1, two in #SGA, played the part of Varro in #SGU and Arax Nero in #DarkMatter, in addition to many MANY other roles. It's not surprising he gets so much work.
A good guy and a great actor. pic.twitter.com/myWw2oPJuB
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) January 27, 2020
Post-Production Coordinator on Stargate's SG-1, Atlantis, and Universe, Kerry was a blast to work with – in addition to being a great occasional dining companion, and somewhat middling musical theater companion. pic.twitter.com/810xFtaum1
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) January 28, 2020
Valerie Halverson @Val_Halverson
One of my favorite parts of my job is working with wardrobe, especially when you have someone as talented as Val overseeing the department. She was the Costume Designer on 90+ episodes of the #Stargate franchise. pic.twitter.com/K7vvamusKp
— Joseph Mallozzi (@BaronDestructo) January 29, 2020