Monday, September 17, 2007


O.J. Simpson's definition of "sports memorabilia" is a trifle twisted. He said he was pulling a sting operation to get back some of his sports-related stuff from nefarious collectors.

Best detail in The New York Times piece about Simpson's arrest:
Mr. Simpson said he had pretended to be interested in buying the suit that he wore in court in 1995 when he was acquitted of the murders of his former wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman.
A man needs his lucky suit, dammit.


Anonymous said...

And a Vegas judge set his bail at $5,000. He/She must like OJ because if he'd paid the cash required bond of say $2 mill, then the Goldman's could've gotten it first. That would have been fun to see.

Anonymous said...

Ron, you forgot to put the quotes around the word friend... Ron Goldman was a "friend" of Nicole Simpson. The Juice wouldn't cut the head off of just any old friend of Nicole's.