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Old March 7th, 2016, 11:42 AM   #751 (permalink)
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I think Shapiro was like that. (that idiot actually asked for a vote if anybody on their team thought OJ was guilty) The story is pretty much spot on, what really happened. There are a few little inaccuracies like Kato wasn't there watching the slow chase with the family, and obviously some made up conversations, but other than that, it is history. I mention this for younger readers.

The shot when they showed Fuhrman admiring his German memorabilia was priceless.

I also thought the very first 30 seconds of the first episode set the context very well (and without understanding that, there's perhaps no way their younger viewers are going to understand what happened and why/how).

Interesting that this alleged "OJ knife" is currently in the news, as the show airs.

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Old June 26th, 2016, 09:25 PM   #752 (permalink)
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I has been out a while but I just became aware they made a 3 part of the seminal Arthur C. Clarke book.

Thanks Brexit one good thing from you anyway. I was trying to explain aspects of manufactured consent to my philosophy PhD girlfriend and found it.

Not bad, I'm into 2nd episode now.

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