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    Thursday, September 20, 2007

    O.J. Fatigue

    Not to take joy in the misfortune of others, but like many people, I am intrigued by the possibility that O.J. Simpson might actually serve some prison time. That said, I am already tired of all of the coverage. I don't need to hear the audio of the incident, or see the video of his bail hearing, or hear the analysts who think that a show trial could yield a $50 million windfall for the city of Las Vegas. And I really don't need to see gavel to gavel coverage of his trial, but we probably will have to shut off our TVs, radios and internets to avoid it. Just let me know how it turned out when it is all over, ok? Show us more footage of trainwrecked Tanya Harding Britney Spears or something.

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    Blogger James said ... (9:27 AM, September 20, 2007) : 

    Interestingly enough, one of the named partners in my firm was part of the trial counsel from the first simpson civil trial in california. He was called originally during simpson's criminal trial to give his opinions and was all over the radio and tv. Now he is on the tv again. I have all the commentary I need/want right here where I go to work!

     

    Blogger Audient said ... (9:50 AM, September 20, 2007) : 

    well that would be different. might get some actual insight instead of the constant regurgitation the talking heads spew to fill the hours on those news channels.

     

    Blogger Gina Ventre said ... (4:51 PM, September 20, 2007) : 

    i've been avoiding coverage of it. im not even clear on what happened. i dont think oj is either.

    maybe he was attempting to get access to the prison system on his continued quest for The Killer.

    what a fuck.

     

    Blogger anne said ... (1:43 PM, September 21, 2007) : 

    At school there was a tv in the corner set to CNN and I kept seeing flashes as they posted a picture of OJ at his first trial, and then at his bail hearing, apparently to help viewers visualize the similarities. Yawn. Let the jerk go to jail. Let Mr. Goldman collect on the book sales. Let me watch The Office in peace.

     

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