O.J. Sidebar, Not Really

What could I possibly write that you haven’t already read, seen or thought about O.J. already?

In a week in which some likely stared too long into a total solar eclipse, O.J. is burned into the metaphorical retinas of our collective consciousness, and I for one don’t need to see …

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  1. Steven Cohn from Ex-Media Industry Newsletter, April 12, 2024 at 7:55 p.m.

    Joe:  Terrific O.J. Simpson remembrances from you, Barbara and Adam.  From a magazine standpoint, 'Time' generated controversy with its June 29, 1994, cover of a 'sinister'-looking O.J. allegedly enhanced by airbrushing.  The Internet was nascent 30 years ago,  but--applying today's technology--an activated smartphone carried by Nicole Brown Simpson and/or Ron Goldman or a video camera from Nicole's building could have made the infamous 'glove doesn't fit' irrelevant. 

  2. Ben B from Retired, April 12, 2024 at 11:36 p.m.

    Good story Joe. I wasn't glued to the OJ Simpson Trial only saw parts of the trial from time to time and the verdict was off sight from high school at the time for work experience being in special ed, wasn't old enough to get paid and worked with the plants and planting them I know no cares. Everyone was watching the TV for the verdict being read we all know it was not guilty I'll admit I thought OJ was not guilty not until a year later after the verdict I changed my mind that OJ was guilty and a murderer.

    I think that OJ Simpson had CTE not making that as an excuse for OJ killing his wife Nicole Brown Simpson & Ron Goldman who Ron was at the wrong place at the wrong time. I get the Goldman family saying no big lost to the world and honoring Ron as well to the Brown family as well honoring Nicole. When OJ died the murders were going to be mentioned along with his USC & NFL along with the Hertz ads. I wasn't born when OJ was playing for the Bills & 49ERS just known of OJ from the ads the actor in the Naked Gun Franchise along with his studio work for NFL coverage for NBC.

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