What she really means:
it's been 21 years and I still can't believe OJ was found Not Guilty. There was so much compelling evidence against him. The victims' blood in his Bronco, the extra large glove left back at Bundy that they only sold at select stores including Bloomingdales where Simpson often shopped, Ron's hair was found on OJ, Nicole's blood was found on OJ's sock, the Bruno Magli size 12 shoe print, the battered wife photos, the 911 calls Nicole had made due to prior incidences the justice system has failed us terribly
That’s a wrap! The People vs OJ Simpson has come to an end. And someone give Paulson and Vance an Emmy. Without a doubt, one of the best TV portrayals I’ve ever seen and certainly the best cast assemble. I don’t think there was anyone that didn’t do good.
One of my favorite parts of the series is when they progressively show Kardashian’s doubt. At first, he was with OJ. But then he started to pull away and continued to do so as the season goes on. By the end of the last episode, he was done. He no longer believed in OJ. Schwimmer nailed the part. And that actually makes me happy because the only other thing I’ve seen him in was Friends.
Also, I loved that the last part of the slideshow of where the people are now, shows in memory of Nicole and Ron. I think they deserved that much respect even after 22 years. Kudos to the crew and cast. I can’t wait what they have in store for next season.
This graphic is from a slide show on Sarah Anne Lawless’ blog. The fact that it shows the different foundations for different forms of traditional witchcraft.
I think many people are under the assumption that “traditional witchcraft” is older or more authentic. However, it is a modern reconstruction just like our other witchcraft traditions. We have roots in history, but not an unbroken chain of traditions.