TMZ has the goods: an essay test called "Developing Empathy" that the former Falcons QB took for PETA shortly after pleading guilty to the 2007 federal dog fighting charges that landed him in Leavenworth. He didn't do very well, scoring just 73.5 out of 100.
Why would Vick have taken such a test? Because he wanted to be allowed to cut a public-service TV ad for the organization, presumably to help rehabilitate his image while he was in stir. Apparently, the nice folks at PETA agreed, on the condition that the test results show he had sufficient empathy to convince them he wasn't simply doing the ad as a crass PR move. As you must have guessed, they were unconvinced.
Still, as TMZ points out, Vick's answers did provide the rest of us with some amusement:
You can download a PDF of Vick's hand-written answers here.
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Funny and interesting. Thanks.
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Ben Palmer is a funny dude. I'm saving up to buy his book someday.
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you're soooo edgy jr.