If O.J. Simpson can get iffy, so can a golf blogger
In a career full of glorious achievements, including gaining 2,003 yards rushing in 1973, the Naked Gun movies, the murders of his wife and her friend, and the O.J. Simpson Trial, O.J. Simpson is preparing for his next blockbuster smash - his new book “If I Did It, Here’s How It Happened.”
The book will be released on Nov. 30 by Regan Books, which carries the motto “Soul? Who the hell needs a soul when you can make money?”
Prior to the publication of the book, Simpson will sit down with Publisher Judith Regan for a two-part interview where he’ll describe how he killed Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman, IF (wink, wink) he actually had killed them.
In the Fox interview, Simpson will talk about the ridiculous amounts of blood he spilled that night, IF (nudge, nudge) it was actually him that had gone on a knife-wielding rampage.
“O.J. Simpson: If (Nudge, nudge. Snap, snap. Grin, grin. Wink, wink, say no more) I Did It, Here’s How It Happened,” will air Nov. 27 and Nov. 29 on Fox, follwed by the wacky special “World’s Zaniest Horrific Murders.”
Of course, if O.J. Simpson can get iffy, so can a humble golf blogger.
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"hypothetical" truth of the
slayings. There's no "if" about
it. He's guilty. Who drives with
a gun to their head on a police
escort chase. He's guilty.
Johnny Cochran was a genius for
his case, but the truth remains
...and the evidence supports it.
He's only now feeling a bit of
courage to publicly state the
truth by inconspicuous means.
Forget the "if's". OJ Simpson
I'm disappointed that you stooped to make this association, WKW, but I'll let this one slide only for you because I'm usually so entertained by your writing and your ability to turn any story into a blog post on golf.
But I have to ask: Does a line exist that you won't cross for a couple more hits and comments? (I wince at the possibility that my own comment is probably only egging on more.)
“I and senior management agree with the American public that this was an ill-considered project.
“We are sorry for any pain that this has caused the families of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown Simpson.”
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