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O.J. Simpson gets kicked out of Steakhouse on derby eve

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    http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20070510/ap_en_ce/people_simpson

    Kicked out of a Restaurant near Churchill Downs on Kentucky Derby eve - 'Slasher' cannot even eat anywhere else he wants to now, sports celebrity status or not...Serves him right,People still hate him 13 years later.

    Not Patriots related,unless you count the times he played up against New England but funny anyways.
     
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    I saw that earlier and smiled...and of course his idiot crew is screaming "racism" over this, just sad. Be thankful your not in jail!
     
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    There are a lot of steak-knife jokes to be made, but they're just too easy.
     
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    Neither Patriots related, nor funny. Maybe the LAPD and prosecution messed up. But the fact remains that Simpson was found not guilty of all criminal charges. And whether or not the decision not to serve him had a racial element, it was still dumb.
     
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    I'd sue too...........He went to court and was found innocent. I'm sure there are plenty of felons that come there to eat so to single out O.J. isn't "just" in my opinion. I hope he sues the crap out of that guy and ends up owning his business.
     
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    Also the owner said he didnt want his "attention" in his restaurant.

    Theres not going to be any case because:
    1. The owner holds the right not to serve anyone he sees fit.
    2. He did nothing of racial discrimination or said anything regarding his being a murderer or what not.
    3. If a problem was to be made OJ should have told the manager that he was going to file a complaint and not say "i understand"
     
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    Yeah, yeah, that's right........

    ...and how do we know he wasn't their following a lead in his search for the "real killers" :rolleyes:


    I couldn't stand OJ before, but every since the time he tried to put out that book to profit from his wife death "I didn't do it, but if I did" BS. I think he is lower than worm sperm and stories like this warm my heart.
     
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    it was a steak house with sharp steak knives he did it to protect the other patrons
     
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    "Not guilty" and "innocent" are two very very different things.

    I'll explain if need be, but it shouldn't be overlooked that a jury on the civil case found him "guilty" looking at the pretty much the same evidence.

    So if I were OJ I wouldn't be too indignant about my "innocence" unless of course I had fully deluded myself into actually believing that the "real" murderer was still on the loose.
     
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    But he is...
     

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