8.01.2007

A Little Tense


O.J. Simpson was on a Dallas Internet radio show last night and even took phone calls. I'm looking for the audio but I know this happened:

One caller asked the former football player if he thought it was "a bigger feat to break 2,000 yards in one season or slice two necks in one night."

Oh, my.

Edit: TMZ has the video of a portion of the wild questions here. (The second caller asked him if he killed Bill Walsh - the former 49ers coach who died of cancer two days ago.)

Edit: Someone commented that video was gone, but I think it's still there. Another way to get to it is through here.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

I would think 2000 yards! That took 16 weeks. 2 necks ..... 15mins. History.... PRICELESS

Anonymous said...

Comedy gold!

Anonymous said...

He deserves to "sweat" any kind of questions put to him. That man is as guilty as hell of murdering those two people.

Denney Crane said...

Vick should take lessons from OJ... Hell, they could blame it all on the violence created by playing football.

Maybe they should write a book together...

"Athletic Killers:
Fame Always Prevails"

Anonymous said...

Funny how we judge OJ when the original court of law he was tried in couldn't prove he did it.

Anonymous said...

9:46 Do you remember the civil suit that said he was guilty and was ordered to pay millions?

Anonymous said...

there was enough evidence for him to lose his civil suit, 9:46

wouldn't you hate to be his children?

Anonymous said...

How in the world does OJ have time to give all these interviews, play in all those golf tournaments, and write a book when he is so busy still trying to find the real killers???

Anonymous said...

11:17 I didn't include the civil suit due to the fact that anyone, anywhere can sue anyone, anywhere and win with a civil suit. Civil suits don't mean jack poop.

Anonymous said...

If there was so much evidence, why couldn't they prosecute him in criminal court? Huh

Denney Crane said...

Very well said... "Civil suits don't mean jack poop." spoken like a true indigent.

If it weren't for civil suits, there would be 98% fewer attorneys. Now that's alot of jack poop if you ask me...

Anonymous said...

Actually, as any lawyer will tell you, the burden of proof is a lot less in a civil case then in a criminal case. In a criminal case your life, freedom,liberty, etc is at stake, but in a civil case the only thing at stake is your money.

Anonymous said...

I watched that criminal case, and the evidence was overwhelmingly in favor of his guilt. You all ever heard of jury "buy out?" huh? Don't think those games don't go on... naive people! That man IS GUILTY!!

Gator said...

I often wonder about the OJ case. It consumed my life when it was on TV back then. My nagging question for years has been: what ever happened to the jurors that sat on that trial. Where are they, what are their thoughts. I wonder how many of them didn't make it (suicide, nervous breakdowns, etc). I know that would be something you could never forget...letting a killer go free. How could they have a clear conscience? I'm betting they aren't living happy, guilt-free lives.