Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by dawg, Jan 28, 2016.
I'm actually looking forward to that new show, looks like a solid cast. Premieres Feb 2 on FX I believe.
Imma say this.
I know they tragically lost their brother/son.
But I got to feel like they thrived on the media attention too much.
And this is just more o the same.
(Who's playing them in the series? That I would wonder were I them. )
Fred Goldman is a gutless turd.
If he had any balls at all he would have offed OJ on live
TV and dared a jury to convict him.
Great move, then his family loses him too.
I'd bang the ever loving shit out of Kim Goldman.
I can't wait!
The casting is hilarious.
A TV series about the 1994 OJ saga? Way to strike while the iron's hot!
Can't wait to see this.
We should have a watching thread.
Please, whos convicting him for that?
If he did that today, his gofundme page would have 20 mil plus in a day.
The series has received good reviews..looking forward to seeing it. I used to see Fred and his wife Patty around the Conejo Valley in Ventura County occassionally afterwards- wearing huge lapel buttons with Ron's picture... always looking haunted. Also had the opportunity to pay my respects at his gravesite after the burial of a friend (who died in her 30s) 2 rows back in Pierce Bros Valley Oaks Mortuary off Lindero Canyon Rd in Westlake Village. All too fucking sad, but karma came back and bit OJ hard in the butt just when he thought it was all in his rear view mirror.
Knowing me, I'll have to watch it On Demand because I'll be too tired to watch it in real time.
Would it be uncivilized if I said I want to stab her repeatedly over and over...with my cock?
I would imagine the same jury that found OJ innocent.
That dear Goldman family. My heart always went out to them. Still does.
I feel so bad for Fred Goldman, still selling ties at the mall. I love his quote "I will be the nail in his coffin."
Kim has a son, and has set up a Ron shrine in her son's room. Which is very odd to me, but I haven't been scarred by that kind of grief.
And I watch every fucking special on this subject. I can't get enough, 22 years later.
The only thing she goes down on is the escalator at MACYS...
I was to young to understand how big of a deal this was. I recently watched some of the documentaries, I am so excited for this looks like it's going to be really good.