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Vick Can No Longer Be Life of the Party

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There are certain things Michael Vick cannot do anymore. One, for the time being, is own a dog. Another is be the life of the party.

On Thursday morning, news broke that Vick was going to "host" a Super Bowl bash at a club in Dallas on Friday night. An invitation, shown on the website TMZ.com, touted "The Michael Vick Experience," and read, in part, "Four-time Pro Bowl QB Michael Vick would like to personally invite you to the only upscale A-list celebrity extravaganza of the 2011 Super Bowl. This will be the primary & preferred destination for iconic personalities from the NFL, MLB, Hollywood, the music industry and corporate America!"

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