I did binge watch the first several episodes of The People v O.J. Simpson, and the narrative really drew me in. I remember this case so vividly, and it's interesting to review it now, as an adult, as opposed to the young teen I was back in 1994/1995. I knew O.J. from the Naked Gun movies, and I remember really doubting his guilt in the crime. Now, I am certain that he committed those murders.
The mini-series also starts out with scenes from Rodney King and the riots in Los Angeles as a way to frame what happened and how O.J. could be acquitted. I found it all really interesting, maybe because I was seeing the case from a fresh perspective. If you are looking for something to watch, I recommend it.
Despite my need for sleep and rest, I did manage to venture out on Sunday. The weather in Atlanta was so beautiful all weekend, and I took Norman and Wally on a long walk. They are still not getting along well, but they do like spending time outside.
|Norman and Wally hanging out at one of the parks in our neighborhood.|
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