Friday, 24 November 2006

what were they thinking?

What were they thinking? Really, it's just hard to conceive how no one thought that publishing a book (with associated tv programme) by OJ Simpson called If I Did It, describing how he would have killed his ex-wife and her friend, if he had done it (which obviously helps to demonstrate that he couldn't possibly have done it, since the way it happened isn't how he'd have done it), might not be a good idea.

Which puts me in mind a little of the exchange between policemen in the film Jagged Edge, where one says the killing of the wife is so brutal that her husband couldn't have done it and the other says that because it looks that way, that's the way he'd kill his wife if he was going to.

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