Vick's Talking Points end Up on Ebay

Notes of his speech include apology to dogs, which he forgot
By Neal Colgrass,  Newser Staff
Posted Sep 4, 2007 7:11 PM CDT
Atlanta Falcons football player Michael Vick, center, pleads guilty to federal dogfighting charges as he is flanked by his attorney's Billy Martin , left, and Lawrence Woodward, in the courtroom of Judge...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – Vick’s next note to self may be “apologize to the dogs next time.” TMZ readers have already seen his private notes from his apology last week and can even bid to own them, because the Humane Society has posted them on ebay. Vick’s list of regrets ends with “dogs have suffered,” but he forgot to extend that apology when facing the glare of the press. 

Vick did remember his other regrets, including ones to kids, his coach and his team. He also vowed to take "take full responsibility for my actions." When he left his talking points behind, a Humane Society rep quickly swooped them up off of the podium. They will be attracting bids on ebay until a week Friday; the money is slated to benefit the Humane Society's Animal Cruelty Response and Reward Fund.