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Not every dog gets its day...

Lots of ink was spilled about Michael Vick and his horrible abuse of the Pit Bull Terriers on his property. The fact that he's cooling his heels in jail, rather than enjoying himself in a McMansion in suburban Atlanta is little solace to the dogs that suffered and died for his and his friends' amusement.

Most people naturally assumed that all of the dogs rescued from Vick's property would be summarily "put down," the euphemism that uncannily is never applied to ourselves. Even holier than thou animal rights group PETA suggested that they all be killed without even cursory evaluation... well, I was happy to find that most of the dogs have been rehabbed and most of them have found new homes.

Sports Illustrated, usually keen to tug at other parts of the male anatomy, rather than the heart, has a wonderful article on what has happened to the "Michael Vick Dogs." ... click here for a slide show. And PS, read the article please before you reply with any uninfor…

Evil, thy name is, health insurance corporations...

Calif. teen's family sues Cigna over transplant LOS ANGELES – The family of a 17-year-old leukemia patient has sued health insurance giant Cigna Corp. for her death in 2007 after the company initially refused to pay for a liver transplant.
The lawsuit filed last week in Los Angeles County Superior Court by the family's attorney, Mark Geragos, alleges breach of contract, unfair business practices and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
The suit accuses Cigna of delaying and rejecting valid claims, which resulted in the wrongful death of Nataline Sarkisyan.
The Philadelphia-based insurer eventually approved the transplant after Sarkisyan's family held a rally outside Cigna's suburban Los Angeles office. Nataline, however, died hours after the approval was secured.

Bastards.

ER Docs think Cops use Excessive Force.

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