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Back before O.J. Simpson was a shameless pariah, he was the pitchman for a variety of 70's and 80's products...such as stylish Dingo Boots.
Take a creepy walk down memory lane as the "Dingo Kids" meet and gaze adoringly at the future double murderer.
Posted by Comic Coverage on September 03, 2007 in Classic Ads | Permalink
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LOL! Great stuff! I have a ton of old books with that ad in them. Let's consider some things (for fun):
1. Although OJ was traded by the Bills to the 49ers and played there for a couple seasons ('78-'79), they never played a team with green and white colors (like the Eagles or Jets) during the regular season. So that first panel is a boo - boo. Unless it is a pre-season game!
2. How in the hell were two kids allowed to just walk into the Niners' locker room??
3. How did OJ change so fast from the 2nd to 3rd panel?
4. Did OJ forget his last name when he signed that autograph? OR,
5. How ticked off would YOU be if OJ signed his moniker "OJ Dingo"? I mean, how valueless is that autograph now?? And who in the hell would believe you if you tried to convince them it really was OJ Simpson that signed it?
September 03, 2007 at 04:41 PM
All excellent questions, Hube! LOL, loved the "OJ Dingo" observation.
Mark Engblom |
September 03, 2007 at 07:41 PM
He needs a Hostess cake in those boots!
Drew Clements |
September 07, 2007 at 04:51 PM
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