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Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997
From: Francie Schwartz
Subject: State of O.J.

MALIBU, CALIF.--Local TV news reports OJ's recent lawyer/creditor, Robert 
"Am I a potted plant?" Baker has jumped the Good Ship OJ, and the 
Juice, on the advice of his close friends (unidentified sources), has 
decided to move to South Florida, where he'll be less exposed to the 
ravenous media (yeah, right). This is supposed to happen at the end 
of the school year, so as to allow Sydney and Justin a few more months 
of private school in West L.A.  And that's just the Sunday buzz. On 
Friday nite's Chris Rock Show (HBO), Rock said, "OJ says this is far 
from over...what does he mean, he's gonna kill Fred Goldman now?"

Francie Schwartz (author and former Beatle Paul consort)

From: LOUELLA ECKELS Date: Sun, 16 Feb 1997 Subject: What were they ordering? It certainly was not Chinese food they were talking about. With the lead of the Clintons, this country is being led into the darkest pit! The media, DNC, liberal senators are all willing accomplices.
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 1997 From: DReinha102 Subject: O.J. You know, it seems to me if O.J. Simpson had those shoes someone would remember selling them to him. Not everyone gets those kind of shoes. Since there were such limited Bruno M. Shoes sold in America I believe someone would have come forward to say they sold them to him. I'm sure he tried them on or are they a mail order? I don't think so. I am white and if I was accused of murdering my black husband (if I were married to a black) I sure as HELL wouldn't want to be judged by a all black jury. Come on America, get real this was an unfit peer jury! Goldman, the people that were hurt the worst are O.J.'s kids. Give at least half back to those kids. Your son is gone, if O.J. did it, you deserve some money. But, if O.J. didn't do it you as well as Nicole's family stole money from him and those kids. Both families better be sure O.J. did it to take money from those children. I am white and I say O.J. didn't do it! Am I positively sure without a shadow of a doubt? I don't think too many people can say that.
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 1997 From: Jonathan Brooks Subject: He deserved it It's about time Mr. O.J. ("Surely you don't think Nordberg did it." "Oh, but I do, and don't call me Shirley!") Simpson got what was coming to him. It just goes to show that sequels aren't necessarily worse than the first one. - Jonathan Brooks
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 1997 From: bossdada Subject: review Found your www in Internet Yellow Pgs. You definitely are a pleasure to read. I will maintain you on my referral list for others.
Date: Wed, 12 Feb 1997 From: Wes Subject: He deserved it Too bad they didn't get him the first time.
Date: Mon, 10 Feb 1997 From: Glenn L. Roberts, Jr. Subject: Enough already I think we need to do something about criminal and civil trials. First the LA cops with R. King were tried twice. I think if one is found not guilty in a criminal trial, there should be no civil trial. It seems a violation of "Double Jeopardy." Anyway, I'm sick of O.J. and the public's fascination with him. -Jumper Thanks for stopping by The Daily Muse and taking the time to register your valuable opinion. And please, please don't jump--there's so much to live for {including O.J.'s appeals...}
Date: Tue, 11 Feb 1997 From: Rascal Subject: He deserved it The O.J. criminal trial was a travesty and a joke. Lance Ito, the Clown, was little more than a "straight man" for Johnny Cochran and their theme seemed to be "Destroy All Integrity of American Justice System." To muse whether O.J. deserves the monetary punishment he just received is the equivalent of wondering if Charles Manson should remain behind bars. Please vote me an unqualified "YES". Bo Turner Goldsboro, N.C.
Date: Sun, 9 Feb 1997 From: Marcelo F. Ribeiro Subject: Bill Gates image I don't like your comments and images about Bill. He is a good man! You try construct a bad face only because he not share the same power views of the NY Times and other related media forces! Hello Marcelo, Hope you don't take us too seriously when we poke fun at Bill Gates. If you snoop around The Daily Muse some more, you'll see everyone's fair game. The Muse is a humor and satire site. Any seriousness taken from it is non-refundable!
Date: Sun, 09 Feb 1997 From: Christopher Foudy Subject: question Editor, I really like your site. However, I find that except for the front page, the news are mix of old and new. For example, page 2 has several articles about the 96 campaign which was over months ago. Which pages should I look at to only get the most recent articles? Thanks Hello Chris, Thanks for your interest in delving deeper into The Daily Muse. Guess we're the last to know the campaign's over. Oh, well. To answer your question, you'll always find the latest on the front page: We usually tuck things away in categories (Clinton in Bubba Muse, Coffeegate, Whitewater, Filegate etc.; Newt in Newt; Dole in Dolesville, etc.) after they've run on the front. You see, our staff is not large enough to put out several pages of product each and every day. So what you see is inside is archival material. Anyway, the price is right so stop complaining:}
Date: Sat, 8 Feb 1997 From: wojcikr Subject: He deserved it He got away with Murder "Butcher of Brentwood"
Date: Sun, 09 Feb 1997 From: William L. Nolan Subject: Enough already Convict or release, I'm tired of turning on the TV and there he is, the media convicted him and they will continue to convict until some one either puts him away or puts him under. Does not matter to me, but enough is enough. Get him off the television. Hello William, So, you're tired of O.J.? I suggest you retreat to the nearest cave (leave your communications gear behind) and don't come out for the next 150 years or so. Of course, by then we'll all be dead but even so you'll probably run into somebody who was somebody in the case. Oh, well...
Date: Sat, 08 Feb 97 From: Rev Edd Bernard Subject: The Daily Muse This is just a note of encouragement. I just found your publication and it is terrific! I especially enjoyed the action shot of Hillary shooting the rapids. I don't know why you're not getting more feedback. But I assure you that I will be passing your site information on to others. I look forward to reading your publication regularly. Edd Bernard Plymouth, MA
Date: Fri, 07 Feb 1997 From: Darrell E. Harison Subject: He deserved it Hang him!
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 1997 From: Stephen D. & Anne K. Lucas Subject: He deserved it He actually deserves worse.
Date: Thu, 6 Feb 1997 From: Stephen D. & Anne K. Lucas Subject: Enough already So let's get on with more important stuff. Hello Stephen and Anne, We see you're of unanimous opinion on this one:}
Date: Thu, 06 Feb 1997 From: Timika Telitia Little Organization: North Carolina State University Subject: He was robbed Come on...$8.5 million??????!!!!??? From a man who doesn't have that much money to begin with and from a man whom no one can prove, beyond the shadow of a doubt, is guilty of the crime of which he is accused! I have lost much faith in the integrity of the American justice system. How stupid!! You know he's going to appeal! And, after all of this, Ron Goldman will not be brought back from the dead, nor will Nicole. $8.5 million???!!!!???
Date: Thu, 06 Feb 1997 From: StudentX Organization: Seminole Jr College Subject: Who's O.J.? Is that the founder of Orange Julius?
Date: Thu, 06 Feb 1997 From: Francy Miller Subject: O.J. Simpson - JonBenet Ramsey Muse, Hey this is my first time on your page and to tell you the truth I think this is a great page to let people tell there thoughts. So here is my thought to share with you, first I must make it quick because I'm running late for work. I think society sucks and so does the news media. Why? Because you only mention things about superstars, models etc. For example O.J. (Overated Jackass), and JonBenet Ramsey. Don't get me wrong I feel so for all families involved in these problems, but us blue collar workers don't seem to get noticed, why because nobody gives a S__T!! Well I'm late for work thanks for listening. C-ya, Spoodge Hello Spoodge, What a bummer. We feel your pain, but please don't misunderstand us or who we are. We are not the 'media' but are attempting to present an alternative (maybe even aMusing) version of the truth, one you won't find in traditional news outlets. Glad you like the page, but thought you'd want to know where we stand... {Oh, hope you made it to work on time:}
Date: Wed, 05 Feb 1997 From: Christopher Foudy Subject: Enough already I say thank god we finally have a verdict. Not because I really care if he's guilty, I mean responsible; but because I'm so very,very sick of hearing about it. Last night was a perfect example. All this talk about how the media had to juggle two events (the O.J. verdict and the State of the Union address). All that could have been avoided if the verdict was heard today. There are much more important things for the media to care about, but you know this isn't going to go away. World War II could break but all anyone will care about is the status of O.J.'s appeals.
From: WIZZYH2H Date: Wed, 5 Feb 1997 Subject: This Ames fellow? What ever happened to him!? Did he confess to being a spy for the Russians? I don't know if my spelling is accurate, Aldrich Ames, director of the (three letter govt. agency here) a SPY? I was hoping to find an article here to fill in the OBVIOUS blanks in the information I have <=~( How disappointing. Perhaps I missed it? EMAIL me Thank You.
Date: Wed, 05 Feb 1997 From: COLANDUNO Reply-To: cola5252 Subject: He deserved it He deserved much worse than that. "The Truth is out there"...X-Files (1997)
Date: Tue, 04 Feb 1997 From: il castro-haro Subject: Enough already It's gotten like an old circus--the tents are faded, the bearded woman has gone bald and the animals have all died of old age.
From: Infograb1 Date: Wed, 5 Feb 1997 Subject: O.J. I believe that a lot of the O.J. trials could be put behind us if someone would openly ask and answer the following questions. With these questions out there how can anyone feel safe? 1. Who's blood was under Nichole's fingernails? Would seem that the police would pursue this. Could this mean that there is another murderer out there yet? 2. Kato early under questioning stated that he did not have access to O.J.'s house. Later he stated that O.J. called from the airport for him to set the alarm. Doesn't this mean Kato lied about being able to get in O.J.'s house? 3. Kato made a big deal about the thumps (when he described them it did not sound like someone falling against a wall. He was determined to have someone search in that area. Why? He lived there a long time, had a dog and a flash light, why was he afraid to look that night? Was his house searched, was his blood tested against that under Nichole's fingernails? I am afraid that there is no true justice. It has come to a point where the best attorney or DA wins and would seem they don't care about anything else but building their winning reputation. No jury has a chance of a correct verdict when some facts and evidence are not submitted and other possibilities no matter how remote are not followed. When did our trials become a contest between attorneys instead of a search for justice? How can we rest, even after an arrest, if the remote chance is there that a second killer may be running loose. ???
Date: Wed, 05 Feb 1997 From: Jay McDonald Subject: Enough already No More O.J.!!!!!!Ever!!!!! No More Fred Goldman EVER No More Denise Brown EVER No More "Legal Experts" EVER In fact the only Simpsons or Browns I ever want to hear about are animated. On the other hand could we see Marcia Clark with a selection of noses? The one she selected looks too pinched. You could run another poll and let readers select the nose they would like to see on Marcia when she starts on her new career as a TV (television) personality. Thanks, Jay
Date: Wed, 05 Feb 1997 From: Vaughn Davis Subject: Enough already Seems somewhere I heard a phrase called DOUBLE JEOPARDY. Maybe it was in the Constitu..., Oh, never mind.
Date: Mon, 03 Feb 97 From: Vince Johnson Subject: Allegiance Update It's time to put reality into our Pledge of Allegiance: "I pledge allegiance to the DEBT of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, and to the payments which it demands, one nation under finance, with increasing taxes and audits for all."

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