During the 1990s, the Simpsons was the most popular family in the world. Their chase through the streets of Los Angeles was one of the biggest stories of the decade, and the traffic was at a standstill. But how long did it last?
It’s a game of where’s O.J.
Having an ex-con in your midst can be quite the draw. There is a slew of OJ Simpson fans out there, and they love the chance to show off their favorite star. And they aren’t afraid to let their hair down.
In fact, there is a whole social network dedicated to the former sexcoptor. Despite the fact that he’s no longer incarcerated, he’s still a cult celebrity in his own right. And there are many, many ways to show your love.
It’s not hard to see why. After all, the former gangster is still slaying it. He has a social media presence like few others, and his Twitter feed is packed with photos of him and his merry band of misfits.
OJ has a cult following in Miami, and in the nooks and crannies of Las Vegas. In fact, he has been known to attend games to support his former team, the Bills. And while he may not be playing for the team anymore, he is still on the field, if you count in his occasional appearances for the Vegas Golden Knights.
The best part is that the former gangster is actually in good company. His current team, the Los Angeles Rams, have won seven of their past eight games. And while he’s not quite the star he once was, he’s still a good fit for the Rams’ roster.
It caused traffic to come to a standstill
Almost 20 years ago, a white Bronco chase in Los Angeles stopped rush hour traffic and made headlines. The chase had many aspects and its epochal impact was significant. NBC and USA Today credited the Bronco-chase with boosting the sales of the Bronco.
The pursuit was a low-speed, 60-mile chase through southern Los Angeles. It included more than a dozen police cars. Among the many cars were squad cars from Los Angeles police, California Highway Patrol and other units.
The Bronco was driven by longtime friend Al Cowlings. Cowlings is a former teammate of Simpson’s at the Buffalo Bills. He doubled the speed on Sunset Boulevard and even blew red lights at times. He tried to get Simpson to turn himself in.
The chase lasted more than two hours, and the white Bronco made several stops along the way. At one point, it passed through the infamous El Toro Y interchange. At one point, Simpson’s friend Robert Kardashian even read a note on the television screen that suggested Simpson was contemplating suicide.
The white Bronco also made an appearance on several television networks, including NBC. The chase was also captured on camera by a helicopter pilot, Zoey Tur. She broadcast the entire spectacle to her network. She also made a clever suggestion to the news anchor who was scheduled to interview Simpson.
It was insanity
Despite what you may have heard, OJ Simpson’s car chase in 1994 was not a high-speed getaway. Instead, it was insanity. The chase was televised in the US and was watched by over 95 million people.
The chase started with a police car chasing Simpson’s car. The car was a white Ford Bronco. The first police officer arrived at the scene, at about 35 mph, and caught up with the car. The police officer backed off when the driver said he was holding a gun to his head.
The police car was followed by over 20 police cars and 20 helicopters. The chase was filmed live by the biggest media outlets. It was also recorded by the 911 operator. It was the longest car chase in US history.
Ultimately, Simpson was convicted of murder in the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. Goldman was a waiter at the restaurant where Nicole had eaten. He was also a friend of Nicole.
Goldman was also the victim of an attack by Simpson. He was returning Nicole’s glasses. He was black and was a waiter. He denied having an affair with Nicole in the weeks before the murders.
Simpson’s car was a white Bronco. The car was driven by his former teammate, Al Cowlings. He was also a close friend to Simpson.
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