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Perspective: Twenty-five years ago, O.J. Simpson showed white Americans just how conditional their comfort with black athletes was
After a decade of slow acceptance, white Americans revoked their acceptance of black athletes.
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Rita Panahi Jun 17
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Are you high?
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Reformed Republican ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Jun 17
come again WaPo? We shouldn't care about gruesome double homicides?
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Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart's Army! Jun 17
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What the actual f**k are you trying to say here? The guy butchered two people like hogs.
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Dr. Richard Harambe Jun 17
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Ok I’ll admit that I was on the OJ bandwagon until the double homicide
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P_Samuelsen Jun 17
Clearly not an ally. 😆
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MattBlackwell Jun 17
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"In his book, OJ said that he would have taken a bullet or jumped in front of a train for Nicole. That is some bad luck; when the one guy who would have done that for you kills you." - Norm MacDonald
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Bill Allen Jun 17
There is none better than Norm, if for no other reason than how hard he went on this.
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Jen Monroe 🗽🌐 🎧 Jun 17
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Yeah that’s what it was everyone was uncomfortable with OJ’s blackness
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Anthony Verna Jun 17
I think we know that was the one most uncomfortable with his blackness
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