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  • Robert Blake Not Guilty

       March 16, 2005

    Robert Blake was just found not guilty of the murder of Bonnie Blakeley.

    Was justice done, or is this another O.J.?

    Posted by jkhat at March 16, 2005 04:39 PM

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    #  March 16th, 2005 4:45 PM      james
    nice ad that google puts on our page for this one  
    #  March 16th, 2005 4:56 PM      Laura
    What perplexes me is why any of us really care and invest so much time watching this stuff. I keep Fox, CNN, or CSPAN on for "background noise" while I work, and the hours invested in reporting on this crap are just amazing. Sure, I admit, when it came time to read the verdict I looked up and watched - caught up in the drama of the moment. But hundreds of hours of airtime devoted to all these trials is the real crime.  
    #  March 16th, 2005 5:00 PM      kris
    Yeah, I agree Laura. I'd like to get all high and mighty and brag about how I have no interest in this at all, but, the truth is, is that I probably would care if it was a celebrity I knew and/or liked.  
    #  March 16th, 2005 5:08 PM      Laura
    I guess that did read as pretty obnoxious but I didn't mean it to. What I meant was I don't mind quick recaps and airing critical moments like verdict reading, etc. but give us a break the rest of the time. On the other hand, if the free market is driving this coverage, who am I to gripe? :-/  
    #  March 16th, 2005 5:10 PM      kris

    I didn't take it as obnoxious at all. I'm sorry if my response implied that. I think I feel the same way you do.  
    #  March 16th, 2005 5:16 PM      james
    the 24 hour news station, always looking for filler. they'll put almost anything on air - hey, kris, maybe we should film a dummocrats pilot and try to sell it? i mean, msnbc would probably put naything on the air...  
    #  March 16th, 2005 5:23 PM      kris
    i don't know about msnbc, but i'm sure that any network would be very interested in a sitcom pilot about a pajama-clad blogger and his wacky group of friends and neighbors.

    #  March 16th, 2005 7:39 PM      chummer
    Do Hollywood stars ever get convicted? Even OJ was in Naked Gun and those Hertz commercials.  
    #  March 16th, 2005 7:42 PM      james
    jack nicholson got convicted of ordering the code red.
    #  March 16th, 2005 7:43 PM      james
    oh, wait, never mind - he only confessed to it, he wasnt actually convicted. hmm, i think you have a point...  
    #  March 22nd, 2005 7:25 AM      johanreturns
    Hahaha. Ahh...pointless post here, but that Nicholson comment's got me laughing.  



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