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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by DeToxRox, Jun 15, 2019.
I blocked and reported him to have him sent to twitter jail
Now lookie here...I see OJ.
That was a totally farcical call.
He look scared.
Norm is the goddamn best.
After all those comments last week haha, he is the king of all trolls
Will you kill for the title lechnerd?
Just rocking 1 glove...... no fucks given
Again with a loose glove on scene
What kind of human sets their tv on the floor?
It's not on floor, but way too close
One who murdered his ex wife and her lover.
What would you do if you actually saw him IRL?
I’m reminded of part two of Chappelle’s amazing 3 times he met OJ
The second time I met OJ Simpson. It was right after the trial of the century. There I was, now a young man of probably 23. OJ Simpson was the most famous, or infamous, face on planet Earth. I was in a restaurant in Beverly Hills with my agents. I wasn’t alone in the restaurant, but I was alone. I was the only black person in the restaurant. And in the 90’s, that felt very uncomfortable. Now I tend to enjoy it at this age. I was having dinner with my agents, celebrating a deal that they told me was lucrative, but I later learned fucking sucked. And suddenly, a group of women walked by. Every race was in that group. Black, white, Asian, Latina, white, white… and white again. They were all gorgeous. I watched them walk by. Then I saw a familiar face. Al Cowlings, the man from the infamous Bronco chase, walked by and embraced one of the women, and they walked towards the door. Couldn’t believe what I saw. And then, close behind him, was OJ Simpson, newly released from jail. The restaurant fell still. I was shocked. I didn’t mean to say it out loud, but it just came out. “OJ!” He stopped, turned around to see who said it, saw my black face and correctly assumed it was me. I was sitting in the corner of the booth. He leaned over all the white people I was having dinner with and shook my hand. “How are you, young man?” He looked in my eyes, and I could see in his eyes that he didn’t remember meeting me the first time. And then he walked away. And I looked back at my agents, and all of them had nothing short of disgust on their faces. And the only one with the courage to voice their disgust was a woman named Sharon who used to represent me. “How could you?” she said. “How could you shake hands with that murderer?” I said, “Sharon, with all due respect, that murderer ran for over 11,000 yards. And he was acquitted. So, you know, fuck it. The glove didn’t fit. The glove didn’t fit. Get over yourself.” Some people can’t do that.
He follows his son.
His son doesn't follow him.
Would likely depend on the setting, but I can’t imagine going out of my way to shake his hand.
Reminder that the FX show with Cuba and Travolta is incredible trash television
Yeah you’re clearly the type to be picky socially
I’m squinting at you so hard right now, man.
You know how insecure I am about my peen
That has to be weird where your dad killed your mom and everyone knows who your dad is.
They had a relatively normal relationship growing up from what I experienced. But who knows what it was like behind closed doors. And I think it got worse as his kids got older and formed their own lives.
Son was my college roommate, he was/is? Heavily medicated
He wasn’t in middle or high school. Or if he was it was extremely hidden
Go on. Have you talked about this before? This the kid that was selling real estate in St. Pete?
Was in college, but idk how much you’d show the public you are medicated if you were
Idk how well you knew him but living in a dorm with him and having to share a bathroom I saw how much medication he was prescribed
He went through a lot of teasing his whole life, maybe still does amongst a lot of things he had to deal with growing up
Didn’t a professor go off on a tangent in one of 300+ Lecture classes about how OJ definitely did it, and he stormed out of the classroom?
Have no idea
That was the rumor I heard when I was at FSU the same time as you guys.
You lived off campus with the juice son?
I knew him extremely well. Thinking on it more I can say that there was no way he was medicated in middle school unless he could skip the medication for days on end.
He definitely did change as he aged so maybe medication became part of his life. I can’t say. Obviously you can.
I understand the challenges of his childhood quite intimately, but not sure teasing would be a word Id use to describe it. He was a relatively cool, popular, athlete type in school with plenty of friends that truly valued him being around regardless of the baggage.
I have no doubt he had plenty of friends and I know he played football as I played against him. I also have no doubt kids who were not his friends made plenty of remarks about his father to him once they found out he was OJ’s son
peak the TMB right here with childhood friends of OJ's son talking to college roomate of OJ's son
Space im assuming by this convo you went to Gulliver Prep?
Any idea why kids at that school(minus Sean Taylor) never seem to workout in college
Yeah I was just trying to convey that of course comments were made at times, but they were, from my experience, way less common than you'd expect.
His football career is challenging since he didn't really continue playing after freshman or maybe sophomore year a little. He never really said why he stopped, but I assume it was the obvious connections it suggested. He stuck to lax and bball after that which he was good at, but I always felt he could of easily been a D1 player, if not better, at football.
Yeah. So I assume we played each other in sports as well lol. Where'd you go?
Man I miss ST every football season. I have many a memory of playing ball with him at the house. Was a great kid.
As to the other guys man I really don't know haha. P-Rob worked out? I mean he was a 1st round pick so you can't really argue against it. Bellamy had health issues. Juice Leon always seemed entitled, but I really didn't know him as well as the other 2. P-Rob owes me taco bell money which, with interest, might be like $30 by now. Who else? Sorry my memory sucks
Conner worked out. Kid was an absolute beast in college. Can't knock him for not making it in the NFL. Really, really good dude too.
I guess to answer your question more generally, when I was in school, star athletes were allowed to do whatever they wanted. That entitlement, wether they had it already or got it passively from the school being how it was, obviously doesn't translate to the next level where mostly everyone has talent.
Then again across all sports we have an absurd number of state titles so maybe it works if thats the goal.
Was Robinson there all 4 years?
I can remember Leon was a bust, Bellamy we played against in the spring game and he just was fat and sloppy.
Hasn’t Miami gotten a few over the years?
No P-Rob came in at some point. Maybe last 2 years of high school. Bellamy never seemed like an NFL OL to me, but he did have actual health issues and had to stop playing.
As of recent Miami got Wright, Mullins, and Joe Jackson from GP. Jackson just got drafted to the Cowboys and was great for us his whole career. The other two transferred out.
Take it to the official gulliver prep thread.
oj driving out of frame after giving his thoughts about michael jackson was laugh out loud funny