They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself. - Andy Warhol, The Philosophy of Andy Warhol - US artist (1928 - 1987)

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Where were you?




So, can you believe it? It has been 14 years ago, today (June 17, 1994) that O.J. Simpson drove that infamous white Ford Bronco and clogged the Los Angeles Freeways. I was as a designer at the Water District of Los Angeles, and was working on a designing an interactive museum about water. We all watched it unfold on a boardroom television.


Where were you?

8 comments:

Laurie said...

I forgot all about that! 14 years.
Dang! I was still cutting hair.


HUGS!!!

Michael Guy said...

I was in Miami in a very seedy hotel.

My flight to god-knows-where cancelled and AA put me up in some skanky hotel by the airport. I slept w/ my clothes on and a chair braced against the door.

And, yes, O.J. was on the TV.

Christopher said...

I was thin and gorgeous, and still in school.

Tag...you're it!

http://cleverlyfoolish.blogspot.com/2008/06/gimme-5.html

afod said...

I can't believe it was that long ago already. Perhaps it's because we hear about OJ so much. I was three years out of college and can recall many people at in the conferece room watching it on a small 19" TV. Then it seemed there was always a joke about "seeing OJ" whenever we'd encounter a white Bronco in town.

Hamilton said...

hey i am back, kinda lol

Nikolás de Lioncourt said...

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savante said...

14 years ago? Damn, I was still in high school!

WAT said...

I don't remember what I was doing. But what a joke. An innocent man like OJ running from the cops!

UH HUH.