ENOUGH IS ENOUGH
On Sunday, approximately 80 people reportedly showed up to protest Michael Vick's appearance at a memorabilia store.
According to NorthJersey.com, demonstrators shouted "killer" while Vick sat inside the store in Butler, N.J., signing various items.
Outside, many of the demonstrators held signs protesting Vick's involvement in a dogfighting ring for which he spent 18 months in federal prison. One sign read, "The Hand Signing Your Autograph Is Covered In Blood!"
Inside, the website reported, one fan told Vick he felt sorry for him. The Eagles quarterback quietly replied, "It ain't too bad out there."
But it wasn't too good either.