35 Burst results for "J Simpson"
"j simpson" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin
"And now let's get the tape. For both of our combatant. Ray please give us the details for peter griffin first. Stop before i get started on this. I wanted to say look family. Guy has won six emmys. So how dare you sir. Now the simpsons is one thirty four but the point is don't act like the guy hasn't won any at all. Let's get going peter griffin. He's the patriarch of middle class family. Who live in the rhode island city of co hog. He was created by seth macfarlane and first appeared in family guy episode. One death has a shadow with one thousand nine hundred ninety nine because i don't count pilots. Family guy is an animated comedy series aimed at adults which is known for its somewhat mean-spirited sense of humor and love of pop culture references. Peter is the titular family guy who carries a blue collar spirit to the many career paths. He's had on the show. Peter might look like an obese pushover but he's survived massive trauma many times over due to his mastery of tune force. And he's not afraid to push and shove when push comes to shove back pop. Culture references really are the heart of family guy and the names of peter. Griffin's children prove that out his youngest son is named stuart gilligan griffin a reference to the main character on gilligan's island. Tv show. His eldest son is named criss cross griffin. A reference to the early nineties duo behind the hit jump and last but not least as his daughter meg whose full name. James is mega tron. Yes peter named his daughter after the famed leader of the deceptive cons. Top that james galaxy. That is peter griffin. Oh by the way that's fantastic. All hail lord matron as we all should. We'll top that with my fun fact. Let me just get into this real quick. So let's talk about homer. Simpson now homer j simpson jay standing for j. j. y. Purse appeared the animated short called. Good night in the tracy almond show back. On april nineteenth nineteen seventy was created and designed by cartoonist. Macaroni as patriarch of the eponymous. Family properly homers voice march bags have three children partly mag is a families provider. Homer works at the springfield nuclear power plant as a safety. Inspector.
Norm Macdonald, Former 'Saturday Night Live' Comic, Dies
"The comedian who both wrote and performed on Saturday Night Live has died norm macdonald is dead his management firm says the comedian died after nine year battle with cancer a battle that he kept private he was sixty one years old when Donald high point was becoming the weekend anchor update for Saturday Night Live a job that he ended up losing something he said in this nineteen ninety eight interview hurt him deeply it wasn't relating I don't like men in the paper for anything other than a funny you know like bacon is for any other reason legend has it that McDonald was fired because of his many jokes about OJ Simpson jokes that were based on the premise that the ex football star was guilty of murder I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
US National Anthem Played at Windsor Castle
"Nine eleven commemorations taking place in London American national he's played the ceremony commemorating twenty years since the September eleventh attacks sixty seven British nationals were among those killed of the hijacked planes crashed into new York's World Trade Center the Pentagon in Washington and a field in Pennsylvania in addition the British queen this marked the anniversary of for The Simpsons to the victims survivors and families affected by the atrocity Charles de Ledesma London
How Fox News Pundit Gregg Jarrett Decided to Fight the Swamp Monsters
"Let's start as we do with all of our guests. Who is greg jarrett. Where did he come from. What did he do and how did he get to this position. Fighting the swamp monsters accidentally serendipitous sleep lawyer. Trial lawyer san francisco defense I i sort of accidentally fell into two tv and started doing a morning program there. And then i took a sabbatical for one year. And now i'm on like i don't know a thirty four. Th year sabbatical the the law firm eventually gave up after a couple of years and called me up and said look. Your name stole on the letterhead. Are you ever coming back. And i said. I'm having too much fun doing this television thing. And at the time. I was anchoring local news. I in maryland and north carolina kansas and then court. Tv launched in one thousand nine hundred. Ninety one i joined them. I was for eight years covering a lot of big trials. was in los angeles daily covering the oj simpson murder case. Then i went to msnbc anchored for four years there then. I moved to fox news where i anchored for about fifteen years but for the last seven years six seven years. I've been Not really anchoring. I've been using my expertise lawyers. Legal analyst commentator wrote a couple of books and that's the thumbnail
Tommy Chong Discusses His Cancer Treatment
"I have a who was She used to be a big pot smoker but hasn't smoked in thirty years but she's got cancer and just trying to have the conversation about the be roll it. Cbd can be complain healing because she's Person who went to get sober you know went through a program now doesn't touch anything that might be. Get your high at all. And i know. Cbd doesn't get you high but afraid of of anything might lead back to alcoholism or anything like that. So i to ask you about when you had canter beatcancer with cbd. The only treatment you went to or was that part of a regimen with regular medical stuff. Or how did how did you be cancelled. Only know it was part of a re regular medical not only raised their medical but the the very best because of my celebrity You know i i. The word went out that i needed the best of the best right. It's like anything you know like buying a new car or some. Yeah you can buy an old wreck knowing months because it's just laying there you give some guy twenty bucks you got it. That's the same thing as medical advice. The i know you know you got the you know the the guy down the street or you know the guy. The homeless guy might talia hotta not a conduct in ohio. How you should not be backdated or you know when you get that kind of advice or you can use your celebrities and see how how which you know you get. The best of the best right is that that's what rich people do. Rich people the past names of the best of the best around the best restaurant the best cook the best Bakke shit spot. The best end the best way to treat a an illness. And and and so i use my celebrity. I sure i did. When when i got cancer i had. I had a ton of people. Come up you know. Say well now. You can really proved marijuana. Is the only thing you need that you know or or rick simpson oil orch or if you try disdain. This work did not end and then it went to the first doctor went to. It wasn't even him. It was his son and his son kind of took over the office because the Original doctor died now. His son never really had the reputation that i was looking for however he served a purpose. It's like it's like asking a top lawyer for advice which you get for free and then you hire the the the cheapest lawyer in you. Tell them what to do
You Can Now Buy Samsung's Foldable Smartphones
"So do you remember those snooze. Snazzy samsung foldable smartphones. We talked about recently. Well you can now buy them. that's right brett. We're talking about the galaxy. Fold brief five. Gee that's a mouthful. galaxies z. Fold three five g. It's priced at about eighteen hundred and the galaxies z. Flip three five g price said about a thousand. They became available for preorder a little over two weeks ago and we talked about him on the podcast then but the now available to order and should be in stores. You can walk up and by now when you look at photos of these devices you know they look cool but they're even more fun to play around with and simpson lonely. One of each of them to experiment. With and i see i could definitely become attached to the z. Fold three five g. When you unfold it you get this. Bright almost glowing seven point. Six inch display measured. Diagonally closed the full. Three looks like a traditional smartphone with a six point two inch screen. that's also fully operational. So you can. You can use it when it's closed or open now. Both these screens are amil led screens. They're brighter and more responsive than those on the previous model which is called the full to release last september. I will say when it's closed at the big bulky so carrying it around wouldn't have taken some getting used to since i'm not going many places these days unfortunately i pretty much use it at home. the smaller galaxies z. Flipped three five g. folds to about the size of a makeup compact. What lease it's the size of my makeup contact but on folds to a six point seven inch emily display. But you don't have to open it to gain functionality. I it has a one point nine inch cover screen that displays the time and alert much rent some apps as well as she photos should photos. You just press the side button and swipe to choose whether you want to shoot a photo or video and your set. I'm you could also open up the phone and set it up shoot videos or selfie profiles. I'm you just put it on a flat surface and you look at the displayed so if your shot
Biden Responds to Kabul Airport Attack
"Short time ago. The president of the united states came out and spoke about the horrific bombing which happened today in kabul. We don't know of course the exact death toll at the moment. But it seems like they're already thirteen American servicemen killed and the president's speech. I thought was one of the more bizarre speeches. I've ever seen by a president and i'm saying this in the year. Twenty twenty one so i want to get quick reaction. I'm assuming everyone had the opportunity to review the president's ben. he's not since he is not capable. He is not competent. He came out. He looked like a mental patient. I mean he really did he he. He looked like he was barely awake. He stumbled his way through a bizarre seven or eight minutes speech. That contract itself about seven different times. He tried to rely very heavily on the. I'm empathetic joe. Routine the but the minute. That questions began all that went out the window. And he became combative joe He had nothing of merit to say. Yes no defense for his policies because this policy garbage and most of all if you're an american enemy watching the president of the united states on the same day that thirteen american soldiers are killed twelve marines. And you're watching. As the united states turns tail and runs leaving a thousand plus american citizens behind in kabul plus an unspecified number of thousands of american green card holders plus hundreds of thousands of people who will immediately be slaughtered by the taliban and as it turns out the united states government handed a list to the taliban of all the people we wanted to evacuate in the know precisely who to kill five just in kabul. They're americans all throughout the country. Weren't even talking. Yeah that's right if you're watching this as an enemy of the united states and then you watch this adult old feeble minded man walk out and barely make it through sentence. You're thinking you're like homer simpson with a hamburger right now. I'm bin laden said in ninety eight ninety nine after bombing kenya and tanzania the embassies there and after the mild response from a clinton administration said america's paper tiger. I don't know how if you're an enemy of the united states watching what has happened over the course of the last month. You can't look at the united states and say that is a nation. That can do anything i want to. This is a nation that is ripe for fall and this president is ready to let it
Impeachment: American Crime Story Tells Monica Lewinsky's Side of the Clinton Scandal
"Crime story impeachment which come on september seventh if i if i run my dates correctly. Here's my big takeaway from the abundance of trailers at they have released for this in the last three weeks. Really like quite a push. So and i think i'm starting to get the feeling like this is going to be an american story o. Oj simpson moment. Where i think we're going to revisit a lot of the stuff from the clinton impeachment monica etc. But i have a question about all these trailers. We still haven't gotten a significant amount of time with clive owen. His bill clinton which leads me to believe. They're either sitting on marlon brando in the godfather level performance or marlon brando. Doctor moreau level performance. Like it's it's going to be one or the other that is definitely a take and you may right. I choose to think about it slightly differently. Which is they have two things one. It's very very hard. I mean presidential performances especially in this era are almost uniformly imitations right and it's distracting to be like oath. He's just like bill clinton. Yeah whatever Falco place. Hillary clinton like i think it was a smart move to minimize them in the trailer because immediately becomes about. Wow clive owen. Doing a great job being bill clinton sure in it's distracting from the show. They wanna tell. I think the second piece of it is the from my understanding of it. The reason to tell the story about something that you know obviously isn't fresh and a lot of people's minds but i for people of our age our generation certainly is. Is it for. Sarah paulson to win more awards. That's going to happen. But i think it's more to tell the story of the monica lewinsky and linda tripp and people who were actually the prime movers of this. That shook the firmament that the much larger figures were resting
R.I.P. Going Back to the Office
"Great to sort out. We should say that we are not talking about all workers here. There are a lot of jobs that cannot be done remotely if you are a dentist or a barista or a chef or a carpenter or a surgeon you basically have to show up in real life to do. Your job is true. It's estimated that about half of jobs in the united states can be done remotely so that's kind of what we're debating here. The fee of that one half of working americans. Yes in to help us figure out this fate. I called up in economist. Who has a foot in several different parts of the job market low. My name is adam os. Mac and the chief economist. At up work you are also a business owner. yes. I have a couple of businesses. I am one of the owners of the bowling alley restaurant arcade. I am of the partners in join cat. Events which runs beer fests and i am one of the owners of kempner scott shoes which is the country's oldest children's shoe company. Oh my god adam like what do you do. You have free time. You know my secret is i. Don't like sports and so there you go secret to life. Don't like sports so we asked adam. Are we going back to the office. I mean things have changed radically over the past year and a half but the office you know it evolved over decades it is powerfully entrenched in our culture and in our psyches. Not only that. Adam points out that traditionally there has been a kind of stigma around remote work and remote workers. There's a great paper by emma harrington at harvard about how workers were sort of viewed it firms before the pandemic in how often there is sort of a stigma associated with it. I mean you can certainly see it in media. Portrayals like there is the episode of the simpsons in the nineties where a homer was trying to worker working at home taking breaks and everyone's like drinking beer in the middle of the day.
COVID-19: The Great Reset Theory With Clay Clark
"January of twenty twenty. I already had a copy of this thing called the rockefeller plan and for people. That don with the rockefeller plan is you can download it. Time to free. America dot com. Or you can call it this book. Covert nineteen the great reset written by klaus schwab certificate of vaccination idei. I knew of this stuff in two thousand and ten okay. I knew event to when i knew about it. But i was weak and terrible and i need to repent. I was politically correct january. Two thousand twenty. And i the lord was calling me to use all my skills and to seek first the kingdom of god and all these things will seek. God i and i'm going. I don't know you know. Know millions of listeners. And i don't know that i should speak out about it but i knew five things eric that i needed. I needed to tell everybody. i knew. In january of twenty twenty that the models to the two point two million americans will die. Those are false. The tests are falsely calibrated to inflate the number of cases three cove nineteen is one hundred percent treatable using tonight ivermectin hydroxy clerk when for the buyers kobe. Nineteen was made in a gain of function laboratory in wuhan. Were they take fresh never frozen fetal tissue from a baby and they mix it with naturally occurring credit tissue to increase the transmissibility pathogen. And i knew that the cove nineteen back scenes were actually created before the copa nineteen virus was on the scene. And that's the last thing you said is the only thing that i'm confused by. So let's just put that aside for a second but you know if what if any of what you said if fifty percent of what you just said is true. I just think it's. It's so astonishing that we're living in a time when the information that you just said which i know most of that i can know already is true. I have got questions about a few of those things. But the point is the idea that we've come to a place where it falls too radical go-getters like you to sound the alarm because it sounds like stuff we would make up. Doesn't it that that that the bazillionaire rockefeller foundation. We do like mr burns from the from the simpsons like there's nobody that evil. There's nobody that's horrible but there
How Ian Simpson Became a Unibet Sponsored Pro
"Back to twitch. And you bet you mentioned your sponsored by a bit. How did that come about. When did that come about. I'm in my fifth. Year was union. Bet that's the best twitching for four and a half years now and all the united events because they were just fantastic they. I mean obviously. Obviously i have to say let the genuine where all of them before i was known busta because the staff just friendly bubbly happily passionate polka did throw amazing events bodies be amazing tone to be well around by the best end stocks in europe. So because i went to leave lettuce i eventually got to know the staff and the staff wanted to launch a more aggressive plan in the uk. They wanted to gain buses. They want to launch pitching at And so they asked him. I said hell yes it as the other payment cards they keep doing it. Yeah tony told them that. I was doing that anyway. So yet it's worked out great for the community. Like i said it's just the friendliest nicest community just in the world. These little screenings formed relationships with them over the past five years. Been fortunate enough to meet a bunch of them. You've got events some of them. don't go to bentson. it's but it's a screen ended up growing berry fund and just very kind nice people. We have enough community at been following. The the best thing is that it's not just about the following migraine dwelling twitching. I'm playing the supernova on union. You bet saying oh yeah great weldon doll commiserations about that breakout whatever rolling for each other. The rail is for everyone who's in chats so they'll be people who just in the free rose because that's all they can afford and they'll be rallying the guy who's just fearless justice. How does that railing means by baguettes on them. And it's just the most wholesome lovely thing.
Jackie Mason, Rabbi Turned Comedian, Dies Aged 93
"How much some other bison Jackie Mason followed a path from rabbi to Bush Belt comedian. He died yesterday at the age of 93 taking a risk. He left his family's rabbinical tradition, writing jokes, performing in the Catskills and eventually Broadway. Jackie Mason's Jewish identity was a big part of his indignant comedic routine. His sharp observe Nations were usually at his own expense, And he was also known as the Voice of Krusty. The Clown's father, Rabbi Hyman crossed off ski on the Simpsons. No clowns, not a respected member of the communities to make people laugh. Mason's career was not without controversy. He had to apologize for using a racial Yiddish slur against black politician And was kicked off The Ed Sullivan show. After insulting the host Jackie Mason died yesterday in a hospital in Manhattan. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR
Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93
"Jackie Mason who spiced tea brand of stand up comedy led him to Catskills night clubs west coast talk shows and Broadway stages has died he was ninety three Mason died Saturday at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan according to long time friend attorney Raoul Felder he was known for his sharp wit and piercing social commentary often about being Jewish Mason was the son of a rabbi and became one before starting his career as a borscht belt comedian he shot to fame on The Ed Sullivan Show later in life Mason won the second of his two Emmys for playing Krusty the clown's father on the Simpsons when I grew up in IBM cloud the respected member of the community life is not the spring promotion over the years some accused Mason of taking its humor too far but he always defended himself saying he's a comedian Julie Walker New York
Legendary Comedian Jackie Mason Dies at Age 93
"Comedian Jackie Mason has died in New York City Hospital at the age of 93. He won two Emmy Awards, also a special Tony Award during his career. Here's one of those Emmy winning performances. Courtesy of Fox in The Simpsons. He was Rabbi Hyman Christoph Ski on The Simpsons. As the Taurus says, judgment belongs to God, It's our Astor says You can't eat ham and I'm the spokesman for him. Call him. This is why I only called you on Christmas and needs them. Wait, wait, wait, Please, Dan, Do you even think I'm funny? I'm not gonna lady so funnier before by Rudenstine. He puts the housing and credit and the liberty in the villages. Mason also had critically acclaimed roles in movies like The Jerk starring Steve
Popular Podcast App Pocket Casts Has a New Owner
"Podcast and website. Cokie costs is being bored by automatic. The owners of wordpress and tumbler. No terms were given co-founders russell avanovic and philip simpson based in adelaide. Australia will continue to lead. Pocket as part of automatic wordpress says we will explore building deep integrations with wordpress dot com and pocket casts which might mean they have aspirations as podcast hosting company. They do understand process after all
Columbine Survivors Detail How the Tragedy Still Affects Their Relationships
"The rebels project was founded by four columbine survivors in two thousand twelve to ensure there would always be someone who would be able to understand and support survivors of mass tragedy and mass trauma. The group got together at amy's for a fundraiser. And talked about what it's like to have a relationship after surviving mass shooting michelle wheeler i worked directly with survivors in the support groups and i am a columbine survivor. My name's missy mendel. And i m e. I'd high school survivor. I am kelly murphy and michelle and i work on survivor support groups each month and i am a parent of two students from this school. Highlands ranch shooting and there is also a domestic shooting in my family and i'm related to a perpetrator in a victim smaller columbine survivor and related to the rebels project. Through amy's bitch. I'm and i'm from the ninety one las vegas shooting. My name is cartoon. I'm a columbine survivor. And one of four co founders of the rebels project here. We are at our eighth annual rebels with a cause fundraiser. and amy who basically lifted us up. I mean we were doing like silent auctions in. Somebody's basement regardless of what you're trying to do or who. You are as a human being survivor. Not you're winning drag your own garbage into a relationship. So i just started. Seeing somebody and thing was. They wanted to know where. I was from so littleton colorado and they were like. Oh this is not here in colorado than this is somewhere else this is like. Where are you from littleton colorado. Hey isn't that or columbine. Where'd you go to school. Columbine were you there. Yeah tell me everything about that. This is our first date faulk off and it happens constantly.
Former MLB Pitcher David Wells Explains That Politics in Sports Didn't Resonate With Anyone Before
"Well, we didn't have that down. I mean, there was no politics in the game back then, and if there was it, just it didn't didn't really resignation with anybody because we had a job to do. We wanted to put that hardware on our finger at the end of the season and be champions and Make some good money and and go about our business, But to me, you see what's going on nowadays? It's a joke, because I remember um I took a lot of heat and I think it was 97 Mark Furman. Um, after the O. J. Simpson case and mark firm and his brother Lance is a good buddy of mine. And I got to meet, you know, Mark and hung out with them and all that stuff, so I go to Seattle were playing the Mariners. So I brought Mark and his son I brought into the park early. And I took him out on the field. I think I threw his son batting practice played catch with him. And did that And all of a sudden I come in, and now guys are All over me saying, Why are you bringing that while you bring in a racist guy in I said he is not racist. He was doing his job. And if you're gonna look at anything, look at O J. He killed the damn dude. You know he was He was guilty, like no other and Mark was doing his job. But they were making up because he said the n word, you know, and nobody was supposed to say that and all that they were trying to make him out to be You know the bad guy when he was, you know, doing his job from what I saw and what I talked to him about. So I can't look down on. You know, Strawberry and and good and those guys looked at me but chilly, You know, chili kind of put it nipped in the butt for me and Cause he knew what kind of guy was. I had not a racist bone in my body. You know, but to bring somebody in like that That was pretty hard. But it went away real quick and and you know, there was nothing made out Nobody. I saw straw at the RNC. I'm sure you saw him that night. You know, at at the White House? Yeah. You know, Straw and I are really
Vaccines with Heather Simpson
"Today we're talking about vaccines well. More specifically about the toll. The anti vaccine movement has taken on our public health. Let's start with some basics x one of the most successful public health interventions in human history. They've saved millions if not billions of lives. They protected generations of children in the us and around the world from deadly diseases and right now the surest path out of the covid nineteen pandemic is to vaccinate as many people in as many places as possible but that of course requires wide scale public trust and participation two things that the anti vaccine movement has been working really hard to undermine vaccine movement has been growing in darkness for decades and now they've captured the spotlight as an is fear uncertainty to so doubt and spread lies about the coupe nineteen vaccines their efforts have been amplified by public figures who used their platforms to elevate debunked conspiracy theories and all of this is made much much worse by lack of accountability from social media and technology platforms themselves. The nfl move hurting our ability to recover from this pandemic and it could affect which vaccines this generation of kids received well beyond covid nineteen. So what can we do. How do we fight. The powerful tide of disinformation that began long before this pandemic and has unfortunately gained momentum during it. How do we overcome mistrust around vaccines and help more. People get the facts that they need to make the right decisions for themselves and their families while to answer this questions. I'm talking with two people who are confronting these challenges head on later. We'll hear from my friend. Dr peter hotels vaccine researcher and advocate and co director of the center for vaccine development at texas children's hospital. But i i'm talking with heather. Simpson a mom who fell down the rabbit hole and then pulled herself back up. Heather is an activist a freelance writer and a mom to three year. Old daughter hers is a story of how effectively the anti vaccine movement entraps people and a reminder that it's possible if not always easy to change minds. I started our conversation by asking heather how she went from someone who had always gotten vaccinated then anti-tax social media influence my mom vaccinated all of ice. It wasn't until i was eighteen. I had the choice to get my meningitis shot. And i hate needles so on. That alone chose not to get it going in college which was stupid. I did get the tea dot in two thousand fifteen. I got the flu shot school. It wasn't until me and my husband really started trying to have our daughter that we were like Should we do the schedule. I mean we haven't given much thought. And a documentary series popped up on facebook as an ad and it was nine hours a just pure propaganda. It was doctor after doctor blaming everything under the sun on vaccines so by the time. You're done watching all nine hours of terror. You're not gonna wanna inject your kid. I mean i was terrified. I was thinking if we inject charlotte. She will die in her sleep that night. The strength of the fear that i had was so so strong i was ashamed a little bit a little bit embarrassed about it because my mom groups were so pro vaccine so it didn't really tell anybody but when she was about eighteen months old i decided to start talking about it casually on the internet on facebook and it just took off and i didn't realize that their birth thousands and thousands of antibodies mom's on facebook that had all found each other and that there's this huge huge growing community and they just accepted me as one of them and it just took off from there.
Famed Criminal Attorney F. Lee Bailey, Dead at 87
"The U. S. Famed defense attorney F. Lee Bailey has died. The 87 year old rose to national fame defending some notorious names, including O. J. Simpson, Dr Sam Sheppard, Patty Hearst and the Boston Strangler. He died at his home in Georgia. Bailey was disbarred in the early two thousands over its handling of shares
"j simpson" Discussed on KTOK
"J. Simpson in connection with the brutal slaying of his ex wife, Nicole and 25. Year old rocks, You must acquit jury find the defendant, Orenthal James Simpson, not guilty of the crime of murder. Dear Mr Simpson. Hello, It's me. Kim Ron Goldman's sister. I'm sure it's really weird to be getting a letter for me. But for years I've listened to what everybody else has to say about you Lawyers, the media but never from you. I'm wondering if you would sit down and talk to me. I just want to understand whatever can be understood. That's a letter that I wrote. To the man I believe brutally killed. My brother E was declined to this interview. But I still feel that need. Hi, Daddy. Do you remember when I wrote that letter to the killer asking to see him? Wait. I'm coming to your city. They get tossed, saying you got to sound will be flying higher than a tail on her. And if you want a little banking again, you're coming home. There is still a question of the truth. I did not do what has been alleged period. No tolerance for sexual harassment with the world know that what I'm saying is the governor should look inside this heart. Hey, loves New York to see if if he can govern effectively, everything will be on the table. And failure is not an option. We cannot get turn away from the.
"j simpson" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"I'm going to start the story this way. We have asked you to be quiet to get somewhere and sit down. We have no not you. I'm telling you about oj okay o. J. simpson he i'm there. He's he's speaking out again. Yesterday spoke about the domestic terrorist attack on the capital. Take a listen you know. I've been in the legal system. And i've had verdict that i didn't agree with but i believe in the american system i believe in the jury system so felt i had to honor it and i tried to honor as best i could and then move on and i can't believe that we have people who are trusted in really Making the jury system working in the jury system that has not honoring the jury system not honoring the decisions of some of our federal judges and that that makes me sad Can hold on hold on was awarded anything. Let let me just go back with oj. Four second. I've been writing jokes about o j says ninety early nineties some very for me. When you say that you've been in legal system you handsome verdicts passed down. Did you didn't agree with which which one you talking about the first verdict. That was criminal. Relieved you from murdering two people. Do not get that dust one. I'll know i'll know how you had trouble with that one but let's just work past that the second one that you could probably had a problem with was when they convicted you when you went in there with two other fifty year old with a gun to get you back and then y'all hailed and people at gunpoint kidnapping and all this here saw charges. That were right there after you got free from. So which which. One of these verdicts was you having the most trouble with. So what do you want him to sit. This one out say we won't yeah why he discussing anything judicial over the years. You've got some ideas about football. We up for listening. At least we in his lane. The present day or football judicial system. That's a guilty verdict. Get you gotta talk it. I think craves the spotlight. I guess i guess he does you know might be true. It makes say just like he likes it yet. All right this is the last break of the day. That's coming up at forty nine minutes after the hour. Please join us for that as well as some closing remarks from the one and only steve harvey right after this. You're listening to harvey morning show guys. It's bobby bones. I host bobby show and i'm pretty much always sleepy because i wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later all my friends together we get into a room and we do a radio show. We are live. We tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we look through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists.
"j simpson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"You looking forward to in the future. We'd never talked about this to do some more book reviews. I thought it was funny. Dirty episode did so well. I think we should do something more. Light hearted stuff like that. Yeah that was crazy wondering most successful. So it's just some together at the last minute. Yeah yeah yeah. Numbers have not nazi. Why i looked at it earlier in the week and it seemed stalled but still like we got over a thousand heads cross-platform then like dollars the again like i've been working so much i know idea so i guess we're at hundred describes on youtube delights. Picking up we got like fifty and fourteen subscribers. I mean whatever it's kinda negligible to be honest. It's very depressing. If i think about it to be honest. I don't think so. I think it's kind of nice. But yeah i mean where do you want. What do you think next week next week will be. There's a whole ton of books you want to do. I think in episode somewhat an order because he seems like a very fascinating character that neither of us know much about. There's a couple things that we wanted to cover which i not. What are the things that we wanted to cover last next week unless something like enormous what i would like to do. We need a third wheel. Who is who is our booker. Like all the podcasts. I want watch all the livestream that i watch. They have booker's we don't have time to be booking guests and everything. That's what sucks like if you go back in her catalog by the way to the new viewers. We've got some pretty decent guests in our back. Catalog like punching way above our weight. But there's just no time to be fucking booking these people i mean it would be sweet to get somebody like i'm tracy on a lot and he's i think we totally get onto. It's just we need somebody who's dedicated like finding getting in touch with them. Yeah no time to do this. Silver to civil to the saying. Don't feel down bro. Really into the stream would love to meet the rest of the community chats not very active. Yeah well we just switched over to july live fairly recently we. We're missing some of our fans like actually yeah shout out on nicotine and the fuck are you when you watch it on youtube. Where the fuck are you just comment on youtube. I guess i guess he guess we must. We must have put a stream that he didn't like that must have been what i haven't heard from him. It's been more weeks. Yeah it's been at least least week's hardest yearning for you andre you you know i was. Yeah i miss that guy. Anything grab. I haven't seen for forty five days or fit. I think we. I think we touched on stuff throughout so do you have anything else. When is the wins. The power change can happen. What is joe biden. Going to power january four feathers. I've been paying attention to is that it seems like january. Six is the last stand for people who think that trump will empower. So that's what. I've been paying attention to so let me. Maybe we should cover that for next week because it's going to be the second and so we should make our predictions and yeah we do that. Yeah i mean yeah okay going. I mean i'm not sure we all episode on that but it would make a grab bag thing to think of. And it's going to be ramping up. That'll be the weekend where all the news happens comes on that issue right. Yeah but if we're going to do that we need a guest on because you are staunchly against it. And i am kind of against it. It'll be very boring for the audience and we don't wanna we can talk about this off stream because it's boring. I feel like it's just boring for people who are only so then. Let's wrap it up o. J. simpson in the bag. The netflix special. Watch all the interviews with them. Follow him on twitter. Follow us on twitter. We just had a boom explosion on our twitter on our twitter being. Yeah we're like real people on twitter. Almost i feel blue checkmark pretty soon. What do you think.
"j simpson" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"That's what it was and if you pick up anything else. Leaves him complaints in the comment. Leave some leave some constructive feedback but you've been following. Oj simpson for a little while now. Yeah yeah i've been. I've been obsessed. But yeah i've rhode islanders for ortho james. Why do you like found so much. Why just find him so fucking interesting because he just so obviously murdered his wife just walks around like nothing happened and fucking insane and everybody who like everything that surrounds him is a fucking circus show and he just acts like nothing is wrong and like nothing is happening i mean languish promise the beginning so like his his murderer and then like him being jay's on national tv this this was viral news before the internet was like a widespread thing. Everyone was sitting in front of the tv watching it. They cancelled that he cancelled with a basketball finals. Were showing and they took it off like every bar in america and showed a police chase because this was such a big deal linked. I can't really think of a bigger thing that happened until like nine. Eleven before though j simpson. Yeah i i remember. My dad was really into the o. J. simpson trial and this was this. Was you know we were in. What year was that. we were in elementary school. If i believe say ninety four let me. Just i can't remember was nine hundred. Four june twelve would have been great so we were like. Yeah okay okay. Now i do recall coming home and my on on the television screen and being kind of enthralled by the trial and the the circus surrounding it. Yeah this is a big deal next door. Neighbors bought a tv for the kitchen. Just so they can have like just a little traditionally really watch it all. Yeah because like you know like while they were cooking or whatever just like i want to. I want to see what's going on in the show in the in the oj simpson trial so the they just bought a tv. I remember they announced it on the announcements when we left school like nine months. Yeah they were like an oj. Simpson innocence that was the last amounts of the element. Like i mean. Obviously it wasn't for us. It was like that was one of the things that's fascinating for me is that this is this is one. It might actually be the earliest clear cut. Case that i'm aware of i think off the top of my head. It is where we have a guy who got off of murder if you listen to the jurors that that voted not guilty. They said it but it's because he was black and they were they were they were they. Were doing it in solidarity with the black. 'cause they were basically like this is revenge for rodney. King was one of the things that i said. Yeah and so it's like the this is like a real case of when you look at things like two people can look at the same thing and have completely different opinions of it and then not like it's like that thing. Scott adam says when you like to watch a movie but they see a different movie. Yeah and it's crazy like you want to bring up. I mean just like we say. Overlook grow brussel like. I have a clip. Here from oprah show audience reacting argue. I'm just fixing up our video. Was that you listening right now on. Yeah now let me just switch over to all here. Let me pull back. It's it's insane shortly. We should just watch. Lincoln plans clever. We probably have to like then probably but let me just for the audience fire fox. I think that's what amusing and because it's zoom not very fox. Just give me one second. I'm sorry if you could feel the dead air for a second. Yeah i mean so if you're like if you don't know about o. j. simpson. There's so much fun. Stuff to watch documentaries on netflix's as the special with snow dogs guy. What's his name. What's cuba gooding junior. Yes no. That's that's not jerry maguire. Not anything else. Snow dogs and david schwimmer from friends. And a what the fuck the most famous guy his name. yeah. I mean you're my girlfriend was telling me from that. She's like.
"j simpson" Discussed on Broken Record
"Rick rubin and sturges simpson. What's happened to main anomalous man. Sunday morning is a doughnut day around these parts. So for the kids let's Daddy's day to get up early and go handle breakfast and all of them is donuts. Only on sundays all only on sundays. Only for the kids touch those shoots of what's your what's your diet like overall mostly just try to monitor blood pressure ever since the codes. Nothing is going cause a lot of cholesterol things like that. Blood pressure blood. Oxygen blood pressure really. How did how did covert victor blood pressure The early onset. Everything was just insanely high. When i went to the hospital my initial reading when i checked in your was like one eighty seven over one sixty four but a stroke out like an old man. So is that a normal covid. I hadn't heard that one before you know. I'm not sure. I i honestly pretty obsessive about it for a couple of months after i had it and then now i feel like i have superpowers but Some kind of lazy. i don't know where the preliminary studies are coming out but sensors all over the place for me. It was just this really intense from loeb headache in some severe chest. Tightness which is what led me to Have her take me in. He did you. Did you know people who had it before you had it. No man we. We play the last show of on march tenth in charleston south carolina and it was only day that there was any type of mainstream media awareness like when all the panic button started going off and we were all just sort of like wohlers. Lotta of people back here. You know so the next day we had off. We're supposed to be heading to think. Virginia philly for some shows that we can and my wife are still in charleston. I was just like man. I don't feel right like i was just physically. Just don't know how to describe it man so the most intense fatigue filton long time. And you know this job. If there's one thing that you are become accustomed to fatigue with this was something different so and that that day. I just told her i was like. I don't think. I think i need to go home and rest like something's not right. I can't breathe and all the the inner voices like a probably got the shit in europe like here we go and then the next morning i was in the hospital so wow halloween hospital for officers there for six or seven hours. They wouldn't they wouldn't even test me. And then the doctor spent about forty minutes sitting on my bed with his mask off. Telling me all the reasons why i couldn't possibly contracted and it was in europe at that time. It was so rare normal stuff. We now know to be completely false not to complain. There's a whole are people in hell lower shaped our booth. So how did you know you had it. If they wouldn't test you just what they were saying about symptoms and It felt like. I had a ratchet strap going on my chest and my wife had been really fatigued entire too and that initial onset only lasted for a couple of days. Those those symptoms all sort of evaporated as fast as they came on. And then i was really tired for about two or three weeks. Fell just took like two naps a day. Which is very unlike me. What made it better because you. You didn't take any therapeutic drugs. Actually yeah my book agent. Jail brought me a big old cornucopia basket of like holistic medicines. Vitamins and A lot of detoxification stuff. I was drinking tea lot of water. Plus we live out secluded. I probably overshot it on the screen and to be honest and so just eating lower vegetables in trying to be healthier going for walks and And then i think it was around march twelve or thirteen thousand hospital. We didn't actually get tested until the first very early april and i'll still a still detected like positive result so must have had a really large viral load or exposure. I guess for its hillsdale round and you have any Like the of asthma or any No not allergic to anything. Milan's a huge. I had a big fat swimmer long. So the holtz. Who are you know. We played nine or tinge shows. I can't remember in like something wasn't right on. Remember vividly knowing just couldn't get real deep inhale on stage and i've lost twenty pounds before the tour. I was really making a conscious effort to be healthy living cleaner. Stop smoking pot and all that shit. You know Every night i was like what is it got old like this is middle aged is here now. You know something's going on. But i guess it was just slowly metabolising through my system but you you essentially beat it with no western medicine. You're saying yeah. I'm as healthy as you know. I mean it sucked. I'm i'm definitely never woken up in my entire life. And said i need to go. The emergency room at this was like a very not right here and yet and then it went away and then you know like prime passed away. That was pretty close after. I don't know man. It's it's so funny to me that you see all the denial and people just fearmongering or whatever we we're renting a house on the east coast and the guy we rented from he got. It was in the hospital for a while. The handyman who i would constantly have to ask the mask up. Every time i come over in the look having laugh he was in the hospital for two weeks just recently. So you know he's laughing now but it's real ship absolutely emam so glad you're i'm so glad you're over it. It's a like i said. Now i feel strangely. Sorta rejuvenate seven philip pros from being offered and having rest for the first eight years. Brussel pre breyer. Yeah tell me about kentucky. You grew up in kentucky What's it like growing up there. I and again. I'm really asking how to violence. I know very little in some ways. Not at all what most people probably think in a lot of ways. Exactly like that Kentucky's a weird state depending on what corner or jainurin in you might as well be different worlds. I'm originally from southeastern kentucky. The appalachian region so Are used to be coal mining strip mining country. Bluegrass country in my dad had a. He was a state trooper. Kinda ran the gamut of that career. I think when when i was younger he was doing some more. Sketchy kinda work. That put a lot of stress on my mom in in their marriage. When i was a young kid. So i think we ended up moving. He took a transferring and got out of doing that stuff. And we ended up moving on the central kentucky. Eventually settling town locals call sales. I remember he knows a good place to grow up. But i do remember always feel in the wanderlust so i left a left boot camp in the navy a week and a half two weeks after i graduated high. School is ready to go and get out. Yeah what was the music in the house that you grew up in like wolf in the house. I grew up in my mom. Listen to a lot of motown lara's tour of like that. And then she had she still out hurled forty five when she was a teenager and then my grandmother she had one of those old. You know the the furniture type record players had the bills speakers need flip. The lid had to reach down in. My grandmother just had a ton of old soul music. And that's what she listened to. Those are probably the first records. I was exposed to see cr I think the first song learn how to play guitar was probably sunshine. You love how will you then. probably Was second grade so first guitar around second and third grade and i remember why a nickel odium was really big back. Then you know. Remember as i watch the monkeys when i was a little kid on tv so honestly though saw had all those records those songs which we now know nielsen. Neil neil diamond tunes so you know the getting melodic shop burned into your brain at a young age and then At older cousin and also older next door neighbor. Both of them were teenagers when i was in lake. I'd say great and they both corrupted me pretty good improper out exposed to appetite instruction. I don't know man hendrickson zeppelin box have found it all. Probably i used to say way too young now. I mean i responded immediately.
"j simpson" Discussed on Overnight Drive
"The imperial. Awful, yeah, what's his? Is He masturbating? Reserving intercourse? He's masturbating. Sinful. What's it called? FAFFING sounds. Right. Yeah right, not. Sure, let's hear your. There's more like Oh. I Romance Myself. vibrator out booth. Okay, so minimum maintenance fitness for men six, one, thousand, nine, hundred, four, very cool J. Simpson tonight. They moved the. Supposed to be on Thursday where they're going to announce the new Bronco before it was Oh, yeah, landed without them, knowing or with them knowing for an extra little PR, bump. There were supposed to release which is birth. There's no chance that was an accident. There's absolutely no chance then they're like. Oh, I, guess we'll move it I guess the outrage wasn't even on twitter. That's funny. No, that's the thing this is. That's all you have to hire some dude. Right out of college and let him do one fucking wacky thing like that. Then you firearm and you're good. Exactly is fucking ridiculous. Vampire world's vampire true. Down and I can't hear the word vampire without hearing. It Sung in the incandescent voice. I am matching Geria-. Because after dinner everyone the half. fucking love this clip so I tried it more. The rest is history. I'm still smoking stogies. A.
"j simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"This is something that was deemed by various Turner's of of whatever switches need to be turned for this to happen where the being seen by what turned out to be an audience of ninety five million people on Whoa. That's a third of the country. Isn't that incredible? For context that you're super bowl. Audience was about ninety million. Wow, so okay. Simpson never made it to the Super Bowl, but if he had, he would have had a smaller audience than he had in this moment unbelievable. Do you have any memory of this? Because you were like eleven twelve? Okay, yeah, I remember my parents beckoning me to the TV to be like look at this I didn't know who O. J. Simpson was I had heard nothing of this, but I knew it was a huge deal because I remember. We watched it for like that evening. And what do you remember seeing what did? Did it look like it's just this very boring footage of car driving down the road with like this squadron of police cars behind it that in my memory or in a flying V, but I think they're probably not in real life I think at the time I thought he was going like sixty or seventy miles an hour, but I've since learned that he was going like thirty five or something that it was not a high speed chase. Yeah, it's funny that it's called a chase because I don't know forever, technically was. It's like right there. Following him. It's like a moving negotiation more than a real. Like speeding down streets, trying to shake them, it's a moving standoff right, but anyway. Yeah, so let's watch this. This is the Bronco case his American. You're a sports Fan Mike. And this is what you're watching. If you WANNA do one, two three zero. Three two one go. I racing basketball. It's a red team in eighteen. Box Green Special report special report that beautiful nineties. News Crack I. Love California Highway, patrol in pursuit of a white Ford Bronco and it might contain OJ Simpson and a friend. It's yet just helicopter footage of the car driving on an empty freeway. Remind you of because it reminds me of something very specific. Speed the movie speed. That's really not what you were thinking of. I was going to say. It reminds me of watching. The footage shifts September eleven and watching the news commentators talking as they're watching. Yeah, because you can hear them processing in real time what they're seeing what you're seeing right there, just having to talk through stuff and keep talking because that's their main job. Apparently I also love the weird in human speech patterns of announcers TV announcers during the. It's a car. It appears to be white. We think driving on a freeway. Here I'm. Shirley is we now have like what's five cop cars following behind him, and are they gonNA. Be Known for showing you know. It's funny because I that mental image to and I don't know why like how I am action that they're like geese. Yeah. There's no other cars on the freeway. If he were trying to wash this basketball game, I mean I can't even see the ball. And they just said OJ. Simpson's holding a gun to his head..
"j simpson" Discussed on The Mysterious Mr. Epstein
"O J Simpson. NFL superstar accused killer convicted Robber and kidnapper the O.. J. Simpson murder trial is one of the most public legal battles in American history history the horrendous crime and courtroom drama that followed captivated the media and the public. The trial is still debated disgust and depicted in the media to this day. But what happened happened to the people who this trial affected most the new podcast confronting OJ. Simpson looks to answer this question hosts Kim Goldman sister of murder. The Victim Ron Goldman digs deep into the vicious crime. That changed her life and many others forever in this ten part series. Kim takes you on a journey as she reclaims James and reflects on the part of her life that was changed permanently. She sits down with prosecutors investigators and witnesses who never got to speak and jurors who voted not guilty. It's a new and intimate look at a crime that still sticks with us today. You're about to hear a preview of confronting OJ Simpson while you're listening be sure to subscribe confronting. OJ Simpson on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever. You're listening right now. You can also find a link in the episode notes OJ Simpson was born in San Francisco until I nine ninety. forty-seven I brother Ronald Lyle. Goldman was born in a Chicago suburb on July second. Nineteen sixty eight. OJ's parents separated when he was five. He was raised by his mother. Our parents divorced. When Ron was six we were raised by our father fred as a teenager? OJ got into trouble but turned his life around through football as a teenager. Ron Spent Summers as a camp counselor counselor and played Little League Baseball. OJ was recruited by USC. One heisman trophy and was the number one. NFL draft pick in nineteen sixty nine mm-hmm. He went on to have a hall of fame career. Ron Attended College for a semester in Illinois before we all moved to Los Angeles after retirement. OJ worked as a sports commentator and actor and spokesperson. Ron worked as a recruiter a tennis coach and a waiter Ron Plant opened his own restaurant and bar on June Twelfth Nineteen ninety-four OJ attended his daughter's dance recital with his ex wife Nicole and her family they went to dinner at Mezzaluna restaurant to celebrate celebrate. OJ Wasn't invited on June twelfth nineteen. ninety-four ron was working as a waiter at Meslin restaurant. His shift ended and he headed to Nicole's house to return a pair of sunglasses that night. The two men cross paths at the home of Nicole Brown Simpson. What happened happen next? Altered families changed lives and reset American culture.
"j simpson" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"If they get him what is about one oh six many of our brothers he was he news one of six traffic you never know what he's going to say next O. J. Simpson J. good morning it is Friday do you use it he sees you yeah you did say you see a Melissa much of a nice do you know what I mean you know people the news is that okay it is the you know I mean a lot of people got a each time in line please listen to all they would you know what I mean because could you.
"j simpson" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I cannot count the number of times. I've left my house 'cause spattered with my own blood because I was in a hurry to get newburger and I didn't want my rating to get too low. Welcome to you're wrong about the podcast. Where the Perm of misconception meets the flat iron of Hindsight Oh my God right how? I had a month to make that the perm of misconception. That sounds like something in the never ending story. I am Michael Hobbs. I'm reporter for the Huffington Post. I am Sarah Marshall and I'm a woman sitting in a closet talking about O.. J. Simpson asking a boy to love the show. We are on on patriotic at Patriotair Dot com slash. You're wrong about and it appears by the time we have this out that we will be selling merch. If you want more details just go to our twitter page agent will put something on twitter slash. You're wrong about I'm pretty sure. Yeah thank you for coming on this ride with us. This is episode four. Yes in our series on the Okay Simpson Simpson trial. Yeah we're four hours into our telephone and we're about to go all the way my very good. I am extremely excited. Talk About Marcia Clark and about this period of investigating OJ. I guess during and after the Bronco Chase Yeah. I want to start by talking about who Marcia Clark is kind of right now versus who she was maybe four years ago the American mind. She's someone who's gone through a really interesting rehabilitation of image very recently. Like what's your experience of that. I mean she was one of these women that was sort of in the wave of recapturing in ninety women who really got treated terribly right like Tanya and Lorena Bobbitt and Marcia Clark was one of the main people that we've now returned to and been like like we were really mean to this lady who seemed to have been doing her best. Yeah did you like have a sense of who Marcia Clark was before her. Image kind of got rehabilitated habilitated In Two thousand sixteen with the Ryan Murphy Show about the OJ Simpson trial. I really didn't I mean I don't actually think that I had such a negative view of her at the time nine. I think I just thought that she was incompetent. Because you're an eleven year old boy and you're kind of not communicating in the language of Misogyny. That was being spoken so so fluently around. I mean I think I was but I just think that it didn't attach itself to her for whatever reason. Maybe for millennials like Marcia Clark in the uh-huh same way that so many other women who had jobs and in public inspired this kind of vitriol among their contemporaries that may be kids at the time didn't got got because many of us were used to have working mothers so we were like. Oh look it's it's mom. What do you think the big contrast between her for years ago in her now? Well well first of all. Tell You my first impression of Marcia Clark which is that. I started researching the O.. J. Simpson trial for the first time. Five years ago and got to the part where Marcia Clark a prosecutor is introduced and I was like. Oh there's a the prosecutor is a woman that's need like I had no. I had no memory of her. Oh like I had no sense of her being someone on who was attached to the case like I had no sense of her as a legendary figure. I remember when I read Jeffrey. Toobin the rest of his life which is the first book I ever right about the Oj Simpson trial in which really like open my eyes to some of the complexity that we we had forgotten since the sense that I got about Marcia Clark and the thing that probably immediately made me really like her and had like started my like attachment to her as a a a figure in the story that has has grown and blossomed to this day in which I must be open about up front. I really like Marcia Clark. And the first thing I liked about her was was that like she was the one person who is taking this seriously and also that she was trying. I mean she let me actually read you quote. Marcia Clark has a memoir called without a doubt written with Teresa Carpenter in it. She says that one of the things she likes about court is is that there are clearly delineated rules of combat rules that follow reason which to me kind of says a lot right this idea that she is drawn to work as a trial lawyer and she's he's like later on her career promoted out of prosecuting and given an office job in hates it and asked to be put back in Litigation Gatien interesting but what she's saying is that one of the things that she loves about. It is that you know there are rules. There are clear rules and their rules that are oriented toward logic and toward finding the truth. We're going to hear the phrase search for truth a lot and the next several hours of the show so okay got ready. But that that's what she believes is. Trials are four and what trials are capable of and that she believes that the law is able to actually bring about justice. Like you get the sense that she is operating being from sincerity and from also a belief and you know we are all coming here to honor reason. Basically than and that's not at this trial did I know I was just GonNa say it sounds so naive now especially knowing what we know about the Oj Simpson trial and knowing what we know about the legal system. Generally that the idea that it's this pure thing and everybody follows the rules and all anybody wants is to find the truth. It just like hopeless some Howard. So it's very like trust the system thinking think it's not as if she went into this trial as as like a newly as what she calls a baby be a like. She's he's forty years old at the time that her involvement in this case against ends you know so. She's Cuban a prosecutor for over a decade at this point shoes also been in high profile media cases before like she tried a case that was featured prominently on court. TV So she already even knows what it's like to be working with kind of celebrity concerns and to have cameras on her all the time so this is really new for her. Which I find interesting to like? It's not as if she's like young or green. You know I mean. She's she's a woman in her sexual actual prime but she's not young as well. I want to it. Leave there any door open to the fact of to the idea that I'm you know that's less than complimentary about Marcia Clark's age because I guess feeling nineteen ninety-five was a really you you know was enough yet right. Because he's like facing off against f Lee Bailey who sixty two years old and looks like. He's eighty because of the kind of life if that he's been drinking his way through like she one who has to have thousands of words written about her under eye bags totally totally and the fucking haircut thing which I'm still mad about. Let's let's talk about that too. What do you know about like Marcia Clark's appearance? I bet you could tell me in great detail about like what she looked like at various times. Could I admit it's something. Yeah I know I'm supposed to avoid boilers but the other day. I was looking for a photo to include in this post and it was on interview with Marcia Asia Clark like a year ago or something and it was her talking about the infamous makeover. She began I. I always make them up but she began the case with a Perm right and then she straightened out. Later was the other way around. She began with a perm okay. She became permanent she had like a makeover quote unquote and then she had straight hair and so of course chorus is built up at the time as like. Oh the cameras are on her and like she's trying to go see it up and she's trying to look more professional bubba so in this interview that I cheated and read and I promise I won't do it again whereas this interview sheet it it's in vulture. Okay they're asking about the haircut and she says that was a media creation in in the very beginning of the case before opening statements are press person said he did a haircut. It looks messy and I did. It was kind of scraggly so I got my haircut. That was an after that point. Join the media. Goes crazy with this shit. It's just so weird. They're came that point in the trial when my perm grew out I didn't have the time to go out and get permed again that particular morning I looked at myself and and said just blow it out and stop trying. You can't keep it up. You're never going to have time to go back to the hairdresser now and I have straight hair so blew it out. Dust began the media parade about the makeover. Well how could I still look like.
"j simpson" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Blank makes your complaints are like lifetime movies though. well it just did you love the plate about us but I would. by the way the ratings ratings have shown that we're pretty pop in the brothels yeah yeah prostitutes love yeah yeah so why they all look easy man. no. okay. from the Bronco the newest member of the power one of six traffic team. you never know what he's gonna say. and. O. J. Simpson a good morning. it is yours truly. yeah and you know I. they only want to date. you know what I mean. you know I mean could we do. related that like to run run. to hang out with that guy. yeah. how do you agree to that thing. big day out to me yeah I'm not I'm not only to it. the big Hey Dave. the big boned. why do we. that insurance costs. not fun. going to be spending a lot of money and I need one that I'm not as of right now and in mourning. rates are rising you are probably paying more money.
"j simpson" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Respect my bonds. their bond. I might even carpool email I'll you know I'll let. use. although driven will be there and we I'll take this is coming up next right. and. okay. you never know what he's gonna say. O. J. Simpson OJ you morning. you will die. do you think it's too far as teddy mail. if you are the one. we always..
"j simpson" Discussed on The First Degree
"Out his life before he got to reach the big milestones we all hey everyone so the fact that fun twenty nineteen fall box is on sale now and i just got my box and i've been obsessed rest with these harper and ari exfoliating sugar cubes that are green and they fit when you put them in the bathtub and they are amazing so what facts it is women's lifestyle style subscription box filled with large size not travel size or sample size but large-sized products beauty fitness health wellness everything that you could ever want to splurge for yourself when you're feeling that it's to go shopping but there is a catch in that is that they don't last long they sell out really quickly because the value of these boxes is huge and everybody's waiting to get one as soon as they go on sale in the items and every box customizable and i chose this kate spade makeup toe that is so cute. I am obsessed with it. The vat fit fun box six retails for forty nine nine thousand nine but it always has a value of over two hundred dollars so use coupon code first degree for ten dollars off your first box at fab fit fund dot dot com. That's fab fit fun dot com and don't forget to use our code first degree for ten dollars off your box. They think something worth mentioning is that when you hear ron goldman you hear the o._j. O._j. case you think of an old older victims yeah. I never realized how young twenty any five was until i was an adult well also when we i mean we're seven. I think when this happened twenty-five seems like this old dole and now at thirty two anything you know so young and he was just just figuring it out and he had plenty of time. That's the time you're a waiter. You're figuring it out exactly it wasn't literally until just <hes> probably the last year of his life that he found his calling and what he wanted to do and <hes> you know he was ready to come to my dad with that information and he was just kind of stepping into the next phase <hes> but at the end of the day said this million times my brother was the last couple minutes of his life released sums up. Who was he stayed to help you stayed to fight. He stayed to protect and you know as much as is. It pains me that my brother wasn't more selfish that night. It wouldn't have been him to run so so we're going to go over some of the broad strokes that explain the variables that lead to convergence of these three people these three significant people in this case on that night so o._j. And nicole met nineteen seventy nine after he divorced his first wife marguerite and this is interesting. I didn't know this. I think jack did when i brought it up but they had a young child that drowned pool accidentally the same it year that they actually got divorced so that was a crazy year because he had already he'd been dating nicole for two years when this happened yeah so imagine the chaos of all of that so nicole and o._j. Actually got married in one thousand nine hundred five. They had two children sydney and justin and there were years of domestic abuse and their relationship was super contentious rollercoaster up and down. They divorced officially nine hundred ninety two but through the entire duration o._j. Was physically abusive in there was ample ample proof of that and after through the divorce o._j.'s abuse towards nicole continued. He spied on her. He broke into her home. He stalked her. Which is what happened on the night of the murders. There were many calls where she's like. He's breaking down my door. It was reported that he watched her have sex with someone else. When she was dating someone knew he would just let himself into that condo into that little gated area whenever he wanted and on this particular night ron doing a good deed was in the wrong place at the wrong time. We took you through the crime up till when the bodies were discovered here's what happened and what the evidence suggests happened after o._g. Flees without his hat or gloves he goes back the way he came in around the side of the house down a pathway in between the house and the flowerbed he exits through gate in the back which leads to a driveway and an alleyway with no street lights while leaving the gate he leaves three drops of his own blood from his wound on his hand on the inside of the back gate the way. I see you know as an investigator. Ron is a hero for defending nicole the next door neighbors and he walks up to his ford bronco <music> which he parked in front of the neighbor's garage behind a hedge before he gets into the bronco he removes the dark colored track suit that he was wearing which was now all covered with blood while doing this he spills a bunch of change on the ground he shoves the tracksuit into a bag along with a knife and gets in the bronco and turns his mission inside the bronco. He smears the center console three times leaving three stains of blood all three containing a combination combination of ron nicole's and his own blood from his hand. Would there was also a fourth staying on the console that contained the blood of just rhonette o._j.'s and and again this is what ron was able to do. It was not only able to place o._j. At the scene but by fighting back and causing that wound he was was able to not only leave that o._j.'s blood was at the scene but o._j. Left a combination of ron cole and o._j. Himself leaving no doubt o._j.'s the killer and i go back and i think for so for me during criminal case the d._n._a. Was really like the moment for me. I mean i i didn't have have any strong opinion of guilt or innocence. You know walking into that trial. I don't remember feeling that i remember that the the the science was like oh. You can't argue with science on the science girl so i just i i've joked about it the poor robin cotton you know she was the the dna expert she just was so yes i like her like and so now you find you get someone more animated you get someone that has a little bit more critical when they're explaining liles and you know all the specifics that just kind of go over most of our heads. The dreary didn't get it. They just an even when you looked at the board that marcia put up that said you know one in seven hundred billion whatever the you probably have that more than me but like the statistics were so overwhelming that it couldn't be anybody but him they just didn't they didn't get it. Yeah you know and so i said how can you. How could you not doc it. I mean again you know it makes perfect sense to me but there are people that just wants all planted many many people when you hear o. J. simpson what they <hes> <hes> get taken back to is the moments they were watching the slow speed chase with this bronco so this bronco it plays a key role but not everything having to do with this bronco uncle made it into the trial in fact a lot of the evidence having to do with said bronco was held back by the prosecution so in this bronco that o._j.'s escaping and he transfers i drop nicole's blood onto the carpet under the steering wheel he backs out of the driveway into the alley and starts heading towards his house on rockingham he drives semi carefully down the alley at first but then he starts to gun it once he gets back onto bundy which is kind of a busy street. He's headed to his home which is about two miles away and on on this route boulevard and there's a big center island on this particular street he blows through a red light causing him to almost hit volkswagen beetle being driven by a woman named. Jill shively joe slams on the brakes. No j. swerves and ends up on the median. She said i. I felt fear that anger anger. I mean the self entitlement. Why was this person driving like this. They had to be drunk. She looked at the man in the bronco. I knew it was a football player right away. The guy began yelling at the car in the westbound lane. That's when i realized it was o._j. Simpson i just seen him in a movie naked gun thirty be three and a third now even if you consider yourself very verse in the o._j. Case you don't know who jill shively is now. Jill comes up a lot in in kim's podcast so essentially she witnessed o._j. Speeding away from the crime scene on the ninth in the timeframe that the crime occurred and she was going going to be a witness for the prosecution and marsha urged her not do any media interviews anything that could undermine her testimony because it was so valuable so jill ended up doing interview and getting paid five thousand dollars to do it completely discrediting. Her and marsha also hurt some other information that she was calm and who's not reliable the ball. She's a woman who interviewed on our podcast and you know jill told kim in his interview you know marsha. Marsha told me i'm the reason that o._j.'s free. I'm the reason that the case was blown so this is significant..
"j simpson" Discussed on Harmontown
"I just wanted to be included standing. So I told her rape park Judy ally. Brandon's been on the Simpsons for the last thirty five years. We wanted to find out if you knew. I'm a stand in for hip. Just Dr Henry who is the Harry, that's the Harry Shearer. Yes, the the. Take it. This is a. Yes, I expected. Terrific. Hairdressers like the Dalai we would watch it occasionally DM. You don't get funnier than this. This is crazy. We. All right. Doing the on the Tracey Ullman show. You gotta do the little kind of in and out of commercials and stuff like that, like when you were doing that. Like how serious could have no idea what the future would would hold for that show. What was that, like doing those little little bits? It was. I remember. So I got the job because I had done a play at the fountain theatre here in LA that take literally seventeen people saw, but one of those people a year later would cast the Simpsons on the Tracey Ullman show. So when people ask me, how do I get into voice over? I'm like, you're at this like asking me to solve your calculus problem with an Abacus. I don't know because I did it just was so odd for me just didn't happen the way it usually happens. So I went into read, and I recently read for Bart, but that really lasted mere seconds and then a Nancy was there that day as well. And she read for Lisa, but she always wanted to read for Bart, and she she did voice over already, like she was already an expert she's already doing cartoons. And so, I then read for Lisa cartoon before, oh, no. Yeah. No, I again, like voice over I was like I don't. I don't care by voice over, but I was not an actor who ever said no to an audition. So I you know, I was like all right, fine. I'll go with long as it doesn't get in my way of world. Domination. I'm good. Let's do this. If you can do it. There's no coming your pajamas. You can like you know that thing people. People do ask me that they do you go to work in year for JAMA's. And like to you. Sorry. Well, I, I but I got fired. Shortly after I did. I did eventually the minute I thought it was possible. They started doing it, and then I got fired. Action now. It raises more questions than dancer, a good point. Very good point to, to Lisa as we know it was your audition. I think actually I sounded more like myself in the beginning. And then as, as the characters got cuter as animation got cuter, her voice got a little bit cuter you know, it got more of a little bit, but not that much. And what's interesting a little bit sad and I'll let you in on a on a heartbreak a little bit..
"j simpson" Discussed on Over My Dead Body
"OJ simpson. NFL superstar accused killer convicted robber and kidnapper, the O J Simpson, murder trial, was one of the most public legal battles in American history, the horrendous crime and courtroom drama that followed it captivated, the media, and the public the trial is still debated discussed and depicted in the media to this day. But what happened to the people who this trial affected? Most the new podcast confronting OJ Simpson explores that question host Kim Goldman sister of murder victim. Ron Goldman digs deep into the vicious crime, that changed her life and many others forever in this ten part series. Kim takes you on a journey as she reclaims reflects on the events that permanently changed her life. She sits down with prosecutors investigators and witnesses who never got to speak and jurors who voted not guilty. It's a new and intimate look at a crime that still sticks with us to this day. Here's a preview of confronting OJ Simpson while you're listening go subscribe to confronting OJ Simpson on apple podcasts, Spotify, or ever. You get your podcast. You can also find a Lincoln the episode notes. OJ Simpson was born in San Francisco until I nine nineteen forty seven I brother Ronald Lyle, Goldman was born in Chicago suburb on July second nineteen sixty eight otas parents separated when he was five he was raised by his mother, our parents, divorced when Ron was six, we were raised by our father. Fred as a teenager Otake got into trouble, but turned his life around through football as teenager, Ron spent summers as a camp counselor, and played literally baseball OJ was recruited by USC one Heisman Trophy and was the number one NFL draft pick in nineteen sixty nine he went on to have a hall of fame.
"j simpson" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"You know wasting my youth and and the like i mean you know the thing is i guess it gets a little better because you know now that he's confessed you know my daughter asked me the you know yesterday you feel vindicated now it's like well you know everybody wants to argue about whether whether it's a confession or not so we you know we we have that newer agreement which by the way this goes back to my question how silly is that oh i read right it's the most outrageous thing ever for me to sit there you know and i don't know what the hell is going to say could go down i'm sitting here listening to this stuff watching the minimize beaten his wife and taking a baseball bat to the windshield of of mercedes and proclaiming i'm not a stalker but then he's looking through the window in the middle of the night watching or have sex with another guy in the next morning and he comes over yelling kicks dorien but he says but otherwise guy that's why the parole here talked to you since appro hurry to drive you crazy yeah he said he'd never had any problem with anybody ever accused him to be inviolate and and of course you know i'm sitting there saying well hell i've heard you being yeah and i've seen your handiwork i have a racially charged question on another one my feeling of oh well the guy's pillar in the black community i couldn't find a guy further away from the black community mary's blonde women lives in home be hills he plays golf with a bunch of rich jews all day and then goes and does some corporate whatever for corporate america i don't i mean i feel beside being black there is no connection to the black community as someone who's black this bother you when they get behind a guy who really has no connection or is there something on unaware of or does not bother bothered me at the time because it didn't make any sense you know and to see black women go on and on vinyl j simpson understanding that they never had a shot at j simpson with probably to their been right.