Saturday, August 19, 2017

Only in LA

It's not enough that in Hollywood there is the Museum of Broken Relationships.  Now comes word that there is a pop up O.J. Simpson museum in Chinatown.  Complete with a replica Bronco. 

Here's the full story.

Yikes.

It's open until August 22nd. 

If it has memorabilia that he thinks is his, maybe he could threaten the curator and end up back in prison for another ten years.  One can only hope. 

I do live in a nutty town. 

11 comments :

Mike Barer said...

Obscene and disgusting. I'm sure Naked Gun is showing at frequent internals.

YEKIMI said...

Great. That'll give some people an idea to do a John Wayne Gacy, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer [yeah, I know the movie about him based on a Backderf graphic comic is coming out], Charles Manson,Zodiac Killer, Lizzie Borden, etc. to do Pop-Up sites on them. Hopefully they'll all be in a row and a new Pop-Up site killer will emerge and take them all out.

VincentS said...

Take heart, Ken. It's not only LA. There was an Al Capone Museum in Chicago and a Jack the Ripper tavern in London!

Peter said...

OJ is so dumb, he probably WILL commit some crime within months of being released. That wife beating, double murdering scumbag should rot in prison.

Dale said...

I'm sure Naked Gun is showing at frequent internals.

I watched those three NAKED GUN movies not long ago with the commentary tracks on and noticed that there's not one mention of Simpson on them. I don't recall that they ever even made a reference to him. During his scenes, the commentary track is usually dead silent. It's just as well, I guess, that he doesn't have much screen time in those films.

Boomska316 said...

Friday Question:In MASH did they use a lot of stock footage for showing wounded arriving and everyone scrambling up that hill? I've noticed it tends to look the same from episode to episode.

Donald Benson said...

Free story idea: A mysterious organization moves heaven and earth to cover up what appears to be the straightforward accidental death of an unemployed actor. In the end it turns out the actor was once a regular on a series, and the cover-up was ordered by a production company protecting the syndication potential.

Barry Traylor said...

WTF!! I noticed a promo for PAWN STARS and someone apparently brought them the white Bronco. If I had the money to do it I would buy it just so I could pour gasoline on it and burn it up.

Ralph C. said...

Hey, none of them ever played in the NFL!

Ralph C. said...

Ah, if only The Rockford Files was still in production...

Jay said...

The Museum of Broken Relationships is not "only in LA." The original was in Zagreb. It began as a road show of objects starting in 2003 and got a permanent home in 2006.