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One Toke Over the Line performed on the Lawrence Welk Show….. WTF???? Were they really that oblivious to what the song is about???

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Pretty please? It really does matter!

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Gee thanks US Govt…. I get to work an extra hour for no frigging reason tonight. As if I wasn’t tired enough already 😦

From the WTF files, I present to you OJ Simpson. Again, yes, he does seem to wind up there a lot 🙂 So it seems that OJ really DOES think he is above the law. Well, most laws that is. He planned to break in and steal back his memorabilia in Las Vegas long before it happened. Then he tell the Fed’s that he is going to do it. Was that to cover his butt? Well they told him to get a lawyer. Now that’s what I would do and maybe even call the local police, but I don’t live in OJLand 🙂


LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal agents learned three weeks in advance that O.J. Simpson and a memorabilia dealer planned an operation to retrieve personal items Simpson said were stolen from him, according to FBI reports obtained Friday by The Associated Press.

Dealer Thomas Riccio said he reported to the FBI a collector who claimed to have
belongings taken from Simpson.

“The guy flat-out told me he had items stolen from O.J.’s house,” Riccio said. “I
have a legitimate business.”

Riccio told FBI agents Aug. 21 that Simpson wanted to videotape the confrontation
with the collector, who was peddling thousands of pieces of Simpson’s memorabilia.

But Riccio was not clear how the operation would unfold. There was no mention in the report of any plans to use guns.

Riccio was advised to contact a lawyer before taking any action and was told that
alerting the FBI would not absolve him of any potential crime, agent Linda Kline wrote of the meeting, which occurred in Los Angeles.

“I went along with O.J.’s plan,” Riccio told the AP on Friday. “It was a
self-organized sting operation.