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    Re: Oct 11th vs RAIDERS --- We Be Meeting Up

    Sup fellas its been a long time... Sorry i havent been around... Whats new?

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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="dezzzR"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Michael was never found guilty of child molestation for the record.....Just because you pay a settlement doesn't mean you did it.
    [/quote]</P>


    buuuut he was quoted "yes, i sleep with little boys."</P>


    [/quote]
    Right. I know that. I just think the fact that he had no childhood sucked for him and he tried to make up for it by spending lots of times with kids. I am not justifying his behavior by any means but no one really knows the truth except for him and the kids. No one has ever came out and said he did that to them. It doesn't look good when you pay a $20 million dollar settlement but maybe that is what it cost to keep his name clean or maybe he did it. Truth is no one will ever know.
    [/quote]

    Lando... if u believe that i got an ocean-front property in Nebraska i want to see u dirt cheap

    theres a difference than being around kids and doing things for them cmopared to having them sleep in the same bed in their underwear...
    [/quote]
    How do you know they were in their underwear? I just think you are very quick to judge the man and give him no credit or benefit of the doubt what so ever. I know you don't believe everything you read and see on the news. I am not saying I believe it, I am not saying I don't believe it. I am saying that you have no clue if he did or didn't. Just like we have no clue if Kobe raped that girl or he didn't. I just think you are being hard on him. He was a father, a brother and arguably the most popular man that has ever lived. No one knows what it was like for him. He could not walk down the street, he could not go in public. People attacked him and made claims on purpose because of how much money he had. "Mo money, mo problems". Like I said, no one knows the truth Matt. Not even you.
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    Hey, everybody loved that guy.I was hoping he was innocent during the trial. But the evidence was so compelling. And then came the civil trail which was even more compelling. The guy killed those two people.</P>


    But he was the greatest RB I EVER saw. There is no close second. He was essentially a perfect RB.</P>


    [/quote]

    i dont believe in declaring much when it comes to comparing other generations, but come on, better than Barry Sanders? Two diff style runners... but still.. Barry was insane
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    There are only a few backs who even if you knew they were getting the ball, you couldn't stop.</P>


    OJ was at the top of that list. He was big, strong and had sprinters speed. He ran a 9.1 in the 100 yard dash at USC. His balance and instincts are legendary.</P>


    Week 14, 1973 vs. the Jets he needed around 200 yards to get to 2000. They all knew he was getting the ball and they could do nothing to stop him. They took him out early because he had done it with a lot of time left. </P>


    You just had to see him run to appreciate it.</P>


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    yea but look at the numbers... Barry did it with the worst team in the league too.. played less years more yards better averages more TDs... and was the slickest mofo to ever play the game...

    but like i said i didn't see OJ, but Barry was insane
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    I loved Barry, but OJ was better. He tore up his knee near the end of his career and finished with the 49rs, a shell of his former self. Plus, if you want to look at #'s, no one has broken his 2003 yards in 14 games.</P>
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    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="Morehead State"]

    The guy killed those two people.</p>[/quote]
    You are probably right. I think OJ is far more guilty than Michael. But no one has been able to prove what they did beyond a shadow of a doubt. OJ got his though and I am sure alot of people were happy.
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    just curious... if that was true then how come some cases he faught and some he paid off?

    these things just dont come out of no where... if u really think there is nothing wrong with laying down with children in their underwear privately with nobody around then please remind me to never let u babysit anybody i know lol
    [/quote]
    How do you know they were in their underwear? If that is the case I think there is something wrong with that and it is very strange but it doesn't mean he touched the kids and molested them. I am a very good babysitter thank you very much. I am not condoning what he did but I am just saying that he might not have done those things. Which ones did he fight and which ones did he settle? You speak about it like you have extensive knowledge of all the cases.
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    extensive knowledge is not some cases were dismissed because he settled and some were seen all the way thru....

    thats not really extensive knowledge... i'd say its pretty minimal
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    [quote user="dezzzR"]

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]If the glove doesn't fit you must acquit.
    [/quote] </p>


    dna at the crime scene, case closed.
    </p>[/quote]
    Then why was it not closed? I don't understand how he got off it all these things were against him.

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    [quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="Morehead State"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="MattMeyerBud"][quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="dezzzR"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"]Michael was never found guilty of child molestation for the record.....Just because you pay a settlement doesn't mean you did it.
    [/quote]</p>


    buuuut he was quoted "yes, i sleep with little boys."</p>


    [/quote]
    Right. I know that. I just think the fact that he had no childhood sucked for him and he tried to make up for it by spending lots of times with kids. I am not justifying his behavior by any means but no one really knows the truth except for him and the kids. No one has ever came out and said he did that to them. It doesn't look good when you pay a $20 million dollar settlement but maybe that is what it cost to keep his name clean or maybe he did it. Truth is no one will ever know.
    [/quote]

    Lando... if u believe that i got an ocean-front property in Nebraska i want to see u dirt cheap

    theres a difference than being around kids and doing things for them cmopared to having them sleep in the same bed in their underwear...
    [/quote]
    How do you know they were in their underwear? I just think you are very quick to judge the man and give him no credit or benefit of the doubt what so ever. I know you don't believe everything you read and see on the news. I am not saying I believe it, I am not saying I don't believe it. I am saying that you have no clue if he did or didn't. Just like we have no clue if Kobe raped that girl or he didn't. I just think you are being hard on him. He was a father, a brother and arguably the most popular man that has ever lived. No one knows what it was like for him. He could not walk down the street, he could not go in public. People attacked him and made claims on purpose because of how much money he had. "Mo money, mo problems". Like I said, no one knows the truth Matt. Not even you.
    [/quote]</p>


    Hey, everybody loved that guy.I was hoping he was innocent during the trial. But the evidence was so compelling. And then came the civil trail which was even more compelling. The guy killed those two people.</p>


    But he was the greatest RB I EVER saw. There is no close second. He was essentially a perfect RB.</p>


    [/quote]

    i dont believe in declaring much when it comes to comparing other generations, but come on, better than Barry Sanders? Two diff style runners... but still.. Barry was insane
    [/quote]</p>


    There are only a few backs who even if you knew they were getting the ball, you couldn't stop.</p>


    OJ was at the top of that list. He was big, strong and had sprinters speed. He ran a 9.1 in the 100 yard dash at USC. His balance and instincts are legendary.</p>


    Week 14, 1973 vs. the Jets he needed around 200 yards to get to 2000. They all knew he was getting the ball and they could do nothing to stop him. They took him out early because he had done it with a lot of time left. </p>


    You just had to see him run to appreciate it.</p>


    [/quote]

    yea but look at the numbers... Barry did it with the worst team in the league too.. played less years more yards better averages more TDs... and was the slickest mofo to ever play the game...

    but like i said i didn't see OJ, but Barry was insane
    [/quote]</p>


    I loved Barry, but OJ was better. He tore up his knee near the end of his career and finished with the 49rs, a shell of his former self. Plus, if you want to look at #'s, no one has broken his 2003 yards in 14 games.</p>[/quote]

    true but OJ also played one more year than Barry

    but yea thats asick stat
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    Re: Oct 11th vs RAIDERS --- We Be Meeting Up

    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="dezzzR"]


    [quote user="bigblue4417"]If the glove doesn't fit you must acquit.
    [/quote] </P>


    dna at the crime scene, case closed.
    </P>[/quote]
    Then why was it not closed? I don't understand how he got off it all these things were against him.
    [/quote]mooooney and lawyers and a ******ed grand jury.

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    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="dezzzR"]

    [quote user="bigblue4417"]If the glove doesn't fit you must acquit.
    [/quote] </p>


    dna at the crime scene, case closed.
    </p>[/quote]
    Then why was it not closed? I don't understand how he got off it all these things were against him.
    [/quote]

    alot of evidence was brought forth late and evidence was dismissed because it wasn't handled properly...

    the loopholes and bull****.. plus good lawyers
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    [quote user="bigblue4417"][quote user="Morehead State"]


    What is your answer to the shoes. It was by far the most incriminating evidence in the civil trial.</P>


    [/quote]
    I don't know what you are talking about....
    [/quote]</P>


    The bloody shoe prints at the crime scene were that of a particular set of Bruno Magli shoes. OJ's answer was that he would never wear "those ugly *** shoes". A photo was found of him at a Buffalo Bills reunion of him wearing those exact shoes. The defense brought in an expert claiming that the photo was doctored. The prosecution brought experts to claim the opposite.</P>


    In the civil trial they found dozens of photos of the same reunion showing the same shoes. The defense didn't even bother to call any experts with the same claims as the murder trial. All because they knew that no one would believe that dozens of photos could be doctored.</P>


    The jurors all said that it was the absolute proof that caused them to find him "liable for their deaths".</P>
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    [quote user="MattMeyerBud"]extensive knowledge is not some cases were dismissed because he settled and some were seen all the way thru....

    thats not really extensive knowledge... i'd say its pretty minimal
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    I am asking how you know they were seen all the way through and some were settled? Can you google that or find some info that says otherwise...

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    Whats good my fellow heads

    WOW, we're talking OJ 2day?!?!?!?

    Howd it get 2 this, LOL
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