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There is much bad television and many bad books -- not fit for consumption. I have a way of dealing with this. I use my remote and I don't buy the book. Simple as that! We must remember O.J. was acquitted. This is our system. Evidence beyond a shadow of a doubt just was not there -- at least in the courtroom. I do the same exercise when the Goldmans appear. When it is announced that they are about to appear on Larry King, et al., I simply get the remote and make use of it. I am tired of Old Man Goldman's anger being spewed. He should take a lesson from Pope John Paul who forgave his would-be assassin. But that's asking a lot. Aren't many Pope types in the world, unfortunately. But it does no good for him to continue with his anger. He just gives O.J. a tremendous amount of power when he does this -- NO MAN ON GOD'S GREEN EARTH WILL DICTATE TO ME HOW I WILL BEHAVE. When I perceive that someone has offended me or "done me wrong" I simply bless them and move on with peace in my heart. God will take care of everything else. Greed and the continued pursuit of anything O.J. might receive in the way of monetary value is further poisoning Mr. Goldman. He needs to forgive O.J. for his perceived notion that O.J. was the murder and MOVE ON. At this time he does not seem like man enough to do it. BUT IT ONLY TAKES A MOMENT! Try it, Mr. Goldman. You will have a big weight off your shoulders. You will never control what happens in the universe -- your little universe or the whole wide world. WE will all be dead one day soon and then what will you have? You must deal with the fact that you did not forgive. Think about it!