If this is your first visit, be sure to
check out the FAQ by clicking the
link above. You may have to register
before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. To start viewing messages,
select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
13 years overdue.
I remember my dad listening to the not guilty verdict on the radio 13 years ago. I was but a young Bandit, but I remember my dad not being to happy about it. Actually, he was rather livid.
He isnt to smart is he....you would have thought after getting away with murder he would just kind of stay in his house and not ever come out. But nah lets put a book out and rob some guy for having your stuff that you sold to pay for civil suits.
This is awesome!!!!!!!! Payback is a bi_ch oj!!!! I hope he gets life in prison!!
Randy = Ace ! - Warlab
Level II Volunteer FireFighter
Level I HazMat Technician
Town of Mamaroneck Fire Dept.
Bring On Project Reality 1.0!!! RSS Feeds:Bamboo | | 9/11 - Never Forget | Apophis - "TG was created to cater to a VERY specific type of gamer rather than trying to appeal to the greater gaming population.
Tactical Gamer is not mainstream.
We are not trying to attract mainstream gamers."
During the first trial I was still young and naive enough to think that 'not guilty' equaled innocent. Now that I know better, I hate to say it but he got what he deserved. I'm just glad that the police didn't allow the lawyers run a muck this time. The first trail was a farce.
I was under the impression that the property no longer belonged to O.J. and in any case I disagree with you. If I feel that my neighbor has borrowed the weed-eater long and goddam enough I should stroll over with the shotgun pointed at him to repossess what is mine? if I see my stolen stereo at a local pawn shop, should I round up a few friends with AR-15s and ski masks to liberate my property?
In retrospect maybe a nasty gram from an attorney would be more effective and less land-you-in-jaily?
Sorry to be flippant. I just don't understand your logic, and it seems mighty dangerous.
I was under the impression that the property no longer belonged to O.J. and in any case I disagree with you. If I feel that my neighbor has borrowed the weed-eater long and goddam enough I should stroll over with the shotgun pointed at him to repossess what is mine?
Not just that, but someone stole your weed-eater, and sold it to a third party. Suggesting that you should be allowed to wander into that person's home to reclaim it seems asinine to me.