UPDATE: IF YOU ARE HAVING TROUBLE READING THE POSTS- IF THE SIDE BAR RUNS INTO THE POST, TRY ADJUSTING YOUR FONT SIZE, AS THAT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE.
Proving that if he doesn't have Johnny Cochran to rhyme
OJ will do the time
OJ Simpson was convicted on Friday of all 12 charges....13 years to the day he was acquitted of the murders of his ex-wife and Ron Goldman. Talk about Karma.
While his "relentless search" for the killers of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman cooled in recent years, OJ managed to get himself in several messes. Along the way Mr. Simpson met local attorney Yale Galanter. And although we have tried very hard since running this blog not to take cheap shots at lawyers, especially when they are down, lets just say Mr. Simpson and Mr. Galanter deserved each other.
And Justice was served when Mr. Simpson hired Mr. Galanter, setting in motion the events leading up to his conviction. The title of the post links to the NY Times story.
Football picks up late tonight or tomorrow morning. No more betting on AFC central teams. Ever.