We don’t really know much about this Andrew Speaker, the dood who flew all over the planet a week or so ago, spreading fear and pestilence. “Tuberculosis Andy.” We do know, however, he is a member of the popular Internet social hooking site “Meet Up;” Subversive Sub-Chapter: ATLANTA GREAT DANES.

One of the busy-body members shot this email to the group today:

Hi All-

Someone was smoking at the Brook Run Meetup today. I just wanted to make everyone aware that there is a no smoking policy at this dog park (and at Sweat Mountain and Waggy World too). The only dog park where smoking is allowed is Piedmont.

Please be considerate of others, both dogs and people, for whom second hand smoke, even in a park setting, is a health hazard.

If anyone wants to review the policies at these parks, here are the links:

Brook Run Park Dunwoody

Sweat Mountain Park Marietta

Waggy World Alpharetta

Thank you.

My dog, “Baezkid,” is a Great Dane “wannabe,” (I’ve got the AKA papers) and applied for membership to the Atlanta Society, but so far, has been snubbed. I try to make it up to him by us walking behind the group, but lately, he’s just listless.

Oh well, I’m tired too. No “Sweat.” Maybe I’ll just sit for a smoke and read up on the “Waggy-World” rules here.


Janet, You Rock ~ Go “Gurl Frend”


The Return of ‘If I Did It’

The family of Ron Goldman now says it wants O.J. Simpson’s book published. What changed their minds?

O.J. Simpson’s “tell-all book “If I Did It” will likely be published after all—with the help of, get this; murder victim Ronald L. Goldman’s family. A California court ruled that proceeds from the auction of the book rights would go to the Goldman family, not Simpson. Simpson was found liable in 1997 for the wrongful deaths of Goldman and O.J.’s ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson, which occured on June 12, 1994. Simpson has paid almost nothing of the $33.5 million judgment (now, with interest, grown to $38 million) he owes to the Goldman and Brown families.





L>R: Judy & Toto, “Baby Gumm” Judy Garland in first film 1929, James Brown, Harry Houdini, Lalla Rooke, Daniel and Anna Nicole Smith & Marilyn too, Zviad Gamsakhurdia, Reverend Billy Graham

April 5 – Editorial Note: I can do this in that I’m the editor. I had lunch today with a bud, (like, I’m really gonna have lunch with somebody I hate) who read the “Run Toto, Run” story, and for that, I caught the tab, but he missed what I tried there, I think, and I’ll try to explain it like this. Been to a funeral lately? They’re really all the same, actually. Look around. Everybody’s grasping all hands, smiling, bobbing heads toward the side affected, by gravity, I guess, and you can lip read. “I know,” and “It’s a shame.” That’s what you’ll see most. But back up for a sec. What you are really seeing is what’s on everybody’s mind in the in the social hall. “I’m glad it’s not me.” Look over the top of everybody’s head, it’s written in those little speech balloons floating up there. Anyhow, kinda what I was getting at in the story seemed simple to me. I meant, look at these gifts, then pause. Here’s one who worked from the time she could walk – ’til she walked no more, pets who do what pets do – love you, a country’s president – lost. How do you lose a president? Go figure. Pets. Got a dog? Never fails. Leave the house for 15 minutes or 15 days. It won’t make any difference. When you come back, his reaction will always be exactly the same love. This is kinda where I was wandering here. Baby Gumm, you said it in a lot less words than me, “If I am a legend, then why am I so lonely.” That’s all.


“My goodness, people come and go so quickly around here!” “Ain’t it the truth, ain’t it the truth.” Famous lines by Dorothy and the Cowardly Lion, and great advice to a little dog facing impending doom. Were I any of the above souls, I’d run too. Not that you can avoid the reaper, but think about it. We can’t get’em in the ground and/or can’t leave ’em be.



Up there on the left, that’s little Toto, who’s real name was Terry, but changed it after the Wizard of Oz fame. After Toto died, some say she was buried in the backyard of her trainer, Carl Spitz. Now, Spitz’s property was sold to the city of Los Angeles, and the Ventura Freeway was built over it. Given incessant construction, no telling which exit ramp Toto is under now. I have also been alerted, however, to a report in The Guinness Book of World Records that Toto was stuffed and her remains were auctioned off in 1996 for $3,680. So, with the never to end popularity of eBay, Toto just might run forever.



Next up (or down), is Frances Ethel “Baby” Gumm, who later changed her name to Judy Garland. Judy worked 45 of her 47 years in show biz and died in 1969.Judy was put in a temporary crypt, actually a hole in the wall at Ferncliff Cemetery for about a year awaiting her family’s decision on a suitable resting place. Months later, The National Enquirer magazine got a tip saying Judy still wasn’t buried. After running the story under the blockbuster headline; “JUDY GARLAND IS STILL NOT BURIED.” much embarrassment and all sorts of “official” statements were made by the family and Judy was finally properly interred in Ferncliff.

Finally. What’s that? Our Bests’ tell us Judy may be relocated to Hollywood Forever Cemetery, due to the fact that daughter Liza (I can’t keep up with her current last name) is looking at her own mortality, and would like to be interred along with her mother. Well, fine. Surely “over the rainbow” is “somewhere.” Run, Toto!





Then there’s James Brown, who to this day is still; “The Hardest Working Man In Show Business,” and probably will retain that distinction because the family won’t quit bickering about him. James finished his last set this past Christmas Day and was brought in from the cold on March 2 and is thawing in a temporary facility on somebody’s property, depending on how probate goes. Hey, Judge Larry Seidlin has been moved to Probate to replace Judge “Tokin’ in the Park” Korda, so maybe Larry will get to decide this issue, like he’s capable. Listening-up TMZ? Anyhow, more of the dilemma is influenced by how to properly “display” James to the benefit of, posterity? The family and “friends” are thinking “Graceland” here, so, “Get On Up” James. I’m going on record by saying James would still be on ice today if not for my thankful intervening by the Rev. Al Sharpton who didn’t like what he was seeing in the Anna Nicole thing, and convinced everybody to put at least a temporary end to the family feud. We’ll see “What’s Goin’ On,” one of these days.




Stepping over the above, Harry Houdini, the most “captivated” magician of all time, born Ehrich Weiss did the disappearing spiel in 1926 and is scheduled for an encore sometime this April courtesy of his Grand-Nephew; George Hardeen. (Hmm, Grand-Nephew, that would make him…never-mind). The official cause of Houdini’s death was peritonitis brought on by a ruptured appendix, but a lot of people have speculated otherwise over the past eighty years, including Hardeen. Last week, George got a court blessing to have the body exhumed, ostensibly to put an end to this weighty matter. Look, it might be just me, but, no pun here – for the life of me – I cannot even figure out what a Grand-Nephew is, or imagine living long enough to meet mine, but if George feels so close and indebted to Harry, well God Bless him and, go for it dood. Did I say indebted? George could have more money than Carter’s got Liver Pills for all I know, but, what a coincidence it is that Amazon is backing up for “The Secret Life of Houdini.” Here’s another one for you, National Enquirer, no charge; OPENED CASKET REVEALS NOBODY.” Hey, why not, remember Harry did die on Halloween, and with his talent, could be reading and following a tip from this story.




With movement to that poor lady up there; Lalla Rooke, who I attempted to memorialize in “I’m Comin’ To Join You Honey,” has got to hold the modern history record for a from death to burial inexperience. It took 100 years to get most of her in the ground, and thanks to the miracles of parcel post, more of her was discovered and shipped back for proper disposal by the Royal College of Surgeons of England some six years later. I’ve requested a brochure from these madcap M.D.’s, and, surprise, I’m still waiting. Cheeky, you Brits. With all that is going on, I’ll bet you’re taking inventory.



Daniel and Anna Nicole Smith. Are they really dead and buried? I don’t know, and it depends on your source of news. Now that I have to make my own dog’s food to save him from rat poison, I have no time to loiter at the grocery store check-out with their copy of the Star. You don’t need me here, you know the whole thing is a giant cluster fudge. Daniel’s death is in court as it appears suspicious, and did anyone pick-up on what Dr. Perper said about Anna’s anus? Beyond “unbelievable,” he said, “we did not do a biopsy (there).” There’s the “dig ’em up” card. I guarantee at least one of these bodies will rise to the surface to feel a Bahamian trade wind soon. Can’t you hear it; “Well, Jan-der, since the back-hoe is here, might as well get both.” Marilyn, the Maltese puppy Anna is holding was rumored to have been run over in Nassau by a CNN news van, which was denied by the network. Anyone seen the dog lately? Run, Marilyn!



Yesterday, the good people in Grozny, Chechnya put casters on the body of His Excellency Zviad Gamsakhurdia and wheeled him back to the capital city of Tbilisi, Georgia with burial in mind. He’d been lost since the date of his death on 31 December, 1993. Whew. Zviad is famous for a bunch, but most notably was the first post-Soviet elected president. His life, though controversial, pales when compared to his death. The body was found about a month ago and was taken to the family’s ancestral house in Tblisi. As if the deads’ wishes mean anything these days, Zviad’s widow demanded he be buried on the grounds of Tbilisi’s cathedral, but a government commission there hates the idea, and is recommending he be interred at the pantheon on Mtatsminda mountain at the edge of the city. Hard to make a buck in the mortician biz these days.



Anybody see a pattern here? Though still vertical, I think, have you been reading about Rev. Billy Graham and his children’s plans lately? Hear this dog’s advice to a great man: while you can, Run Billy, Run!



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15 March, 2007


My Dear Bobby,

My bad to have missed you at the DST brunch, same old me; Mr. Un-Schway! So much for O.J., huh? Anyhow, heard you were uber-fab as usual, wearing that Onch, ouch! BTW, the clean-up boys at the Del found this business license on the floor. Slipped out of your purse? Might want to get your peeps to have a look. This needs renewal or is SUSPENDED or something. Probably fell through the crack, I guess, and careful honey, jail is not your color! For always,

Ciao Bella,


Outeasy ~

PS: When the dolls come, bag one for me!

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Judge Orders Sale of Simpson Book About Murders

A couple of hours after I wrote “My Dog,” Reuters came out with the above captioned story “kinda” about how Judge Gerald Rosenberg of the LA Superior Court said it was OK to auction off the “If I Did It.” book. Here’s a link to it; (Judge Orders…) or, ask, and I’ll email it to you. Well, the story is not quite right, and I’m going to ask you to leave your comments to sort it all out. We’re not taking names – you can be anonymous if you wish, and there is no registration required. Thanks, and we all look forward to hearing from you. – Outeasy

1:28 PST March15, 2007

Hey Mario,

Thanks much for the comments, links, etc. All fascinating stuff, for sure, but we’re kinda looking at a hopefully never to happen book deal here. Are you writing one? Be glad to hear about it? Best luck. 🙂


9:37 PST March 14, 2007

Hey Mario,

Mr. Easy is away for a brief bit, but likes to read, a bunch, and he will (he reads everything sent to him), but can you please just give us a quick summary of how all this goes together here? Like who is Michael Hahn, why you, and why the bad guys are out to get you? Thanks,

Melissa, Ed. Assoc.

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  date   Mar 14, 2007 11:33 PM


I am hard to follow sometimes, not your fault.
Michael Hahn sent me his e-mail on December 12th, 2005.
Certain people have tried to kill me, not Michael Hahn.
The Legal Document’s are “Some of My (Mario) Legal Documents from The OJ Simpson Case.” If you go to my tinseltown website, scroll down. Doument’s are there also.
Please read these links:

7:07 PST March, 14, 2007

Dear Mario,

Well, I tried. I read the email stuff from Michael Hahn, and I am lost.
Let me see, he’s married to Ron Goldman’s sister, is in his seventh
year of a divorce, and has half of LA out to ruin or kill him? Why
would he be concerned with who stands to make money on a book deal? If
I had that much material, I’d be looking for a publisher. BTW, I never
could get the “legal documents” to load. Pass my “good luck” to
Michael. Ciao,


MarioGeorgeNitrini111 | |

I was/and still am personally involved in The OJ SImpson Case and Saga. Here is what I just blogged about yesterday concerning one of The Simpson/Goldman Lawsuit’s:

And here are my 2 website’s concerning The OJ Simpson Case, Pellicano, and More…..:,

The OJ Simpson Case

Mar 14, 11:41 PM —

  1. on 14 Mar 2007 at 2:36 pm Outeasy

    Hey Jack,

    The only story here is that of (yawn) money. Poor David Cook (Goldman’s lawyer) got caught with his pants down when he let the “If I Did It” money slip away. It varies by State, but basically, in a Civil Case (Goldman) where the Court awards damages, you (Goldman) the victim, have the often dubious duty to go collect your money. There is nobody from the Court, in this case California, that is assigned to follow the perp (OJ) around and collect for the victim. So Fred’s got this judgment, and that’s a good thing, but only a start. It’s a useful thing to have to present to a Judge, in this case – Florida, or the Sheriff, to have notice prepared and served in attempt to collect the money. So, where was David Cook when OJ got the “If I Did It” money? Ask David, but I’ll tell you this. It’s going to cost you money to chase money in a Civil Judgment. In this case, you’d need to camp out in Florida to keep tabs on how/when OJ is making money, and be ready to use the proper procedure to get it. So, who’s going to pay for that? Fred? David? Florida’s got some of the most liberal debt laws around, but since OJ lives there, it wouldn’t hurt to domesticate the Judgment there and also garnish wages where OJ is employed. Has this been done? Ask David. Again, it’s going to cost money to do this. Is OJ employed? Maybe by Lorraine Brooke and maybe not. Ask Jonathan Polak, the attorney who formed the corporation for OJ. (Lorraine and Brooke are Simpson’s kid’s Arnel anad Sydey’s middle names). The new book Rights, Court thing? It’s a story to follow, and closely, if you are David and Fred and want some money. If there are “Rights” to revert to OJ or Lorraine Brooke (really doesn’t matter who) so what? If OJ got paid what’s standard in the biz, a “Kill Fee” by Harper Collins for not proceeding with “If I Did It,” he might be entitled to have the Rights returned. Is this so? Ask Judith Regan, fired from Harper Collins, if you can pry her away from writing her own book. Are the “Rights” worth any money? That depends on the answer you give the sharks when asked, “will you buy The Book?” If your answer is “No,” that’s maybe the end of the story.

  2. on 14 Mar 2007 at 4:59 am Pribek

    O.K., I also believe that the Reuters piece was poorly done. No big surprise. I guess what raised my ire was the giddy tone in the quote from, lawyer, David Cook. I did a little more snooping and it appears that Cook is a collections attorney which, possibly, explains his delight. Another lawyer, Jonathan Polak, is the one whose quotes are being bandied around now.

    The way I understand it, Harper-Collins/Newscorp. has rights that expire in May. At that time, they revert to a company called Lorraine Brooke. Lorraine Brooke is a front for O.J. The judge has ordered Lorraine Brooke to auction the rights. No date has been set for this auction. Polak has said that if no publisher bids on the book, the Goldmans will buy it and lock it up.

    I was too harsh on Goldman in the post but this thing is still screwy. Since there is no date set for the auction, the plan may be to wait it out until interest goes away. However, if/when it does go to auction there will be sleazy publishers coming out of the woodwork. Does Goldman want to engage in a bidding fiasco with these guys?

    Also, the money from any auction presumably goes to the Goldmans toward the civil judgment. Does this mean that Yale Galanter does not get compensated for his part in the sale?

    Anyway, Outeasy I read the piece about Fred Pardo; good stuff. Is he related to Don Pardo? That makes me think about Don Pardo’s work on the Frank Zappa song, “I Am The Slime” (ironic isn’t it) which contains these doubly ironic lyrics…

    Take it away Don Pardo


  4. on 14 Mar 2007 at 12:55 am Jayne d’Arcy

    So far everything that I’ve read says that the book WILL BE sold. If Goldman were to own the book and stick it at the back of the closet, then that would be good. If it’s available to the public, even if OJ doesn’t see one red cent from sales and the families benefit, it still serves the purpose of keeping OJ in the spotlight. A place he no longer belongs.

  5. on 13 Mar 2007 at 10:11 pm Janus Roth

    You are both missing the point. The point is that the Goldman’s will own the trashy book. They just didn’t want OJ (the killer) to profit from this. I can’t believe the Goldmans will ever have it published. They are just trying to stop this freak from continuing to profit from the murders.

  6. on 13 Mar 2007 at 10:07 pm Jayne d’Arcy

    My jaw just dropped when I saw this. I really think that judge needs a good smack on the skull for even thinking of putting this trash out for public consumption.

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