what goes around comes around

bajenaghe naghi
by bajenaghe naghi

today i think some kind of justice was served when o j simpson was sent to jail for as long as 33 years. i am not as much happy that a killer was sent to prison. every day many killers go to prison. my happiness is because this sentence will show that there are grave and serious consequences for doing evil and sooner or later the perpetrator will have to face the people he has harmed and will pay for his crime. it hopefully will be a lesson to the youth that there is a system to catches and tries and imprisons the guilty and no matter how famous or rich he or she may be the guilty will finally pay. but i think i am most happy for the family of the slaughtered two whose lives were robbed by an angry and jealous mad man who thought he had gotten away with murder. they can go to bed tonight knowing that the killer of their loved ones is going to be behind bars for a long time to come and he will probably never see the outside world alive.  


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ebi jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

you are way to generous and giving. 

sepaas :-) 


bajenaghe naghi

monda jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

i hope god will listen to your wish and we will never hear or read o j again unless it is on bottle of orange juice.



Dear BN and AW

by Monda on

Hearing about OJ again is a waiste of energy and pisses me off. It's only a reminder that justice does not always match the crime, in this country or elsewhere. We already know that. High-profile trials such as this is mostly about the attorneys' skills in presenting the case in front of TV cameras - bottom line how much news can be generated ($). During the first OJ trial, some times I would have a glimpse of that white suv being chased by many police cars on the freeways during the week (our tax $ at work), and felt frustrated. I didn't follow his court appearances, but getting the soap opera quality of it, I was sick of it the first week. As many would agree, even my own MIL, that was about satisfying the viewer's fantasy of being chased and never getting caught for a bad deed (and again for the media making $) and there were, as always no shortage of more significant crimes deserving of our our attention and media airtime than his. This time, without any interest in the details of OJ's crime, I do hope that I don't hear about him again. 

BN jaan now I'll go back to blog central hoping to read new shares of your wisdom and experiences through contacts with friends, family and customers. Those are lots more relevant and interesting to me.

ebi amirhosseini

Dear BN & Shazdeh

by ebi amirhosseini on

1-I'm so happy to see this piece of.... behind bars!.

2-Shazdeh Jaan,tell your mother in law that BN has already been spoken for my mother in law ! sorry !.

Sahar kheez baash.......


bajenaghe naghi

shazde asdola mirza jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

as they say, "known devil is better than unknown angel," i think i will keep my MIL and you keep yours.

i read somewhere that some crazy people in north east chicago are still doing it the normal way. :-)  


Shazde Asdola Mirza

BN jan

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

Pedaram Az Ye Dast Bigir Va Be Ye Dast Bedeh: you can have my mother in law and I will take yours. Savab Ham Dareh!

As for san francisco, you are 100% right: they have almost completely given up on the opposite sex and gone gay. Can you think of another city's name, where people are still doing it the normal way?

bajenaghe naghi

shazde asdola mirza jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

you are very funny and i enjoy all your postings and i must say your picture is A+.

 i was with your mother in law in sprits only and i must tell you that in my younger days i must have done something very wrong since god has punished me with a mother in law of my own so please do not try give me  another mother in law no matter how nice and lovely yours may be. one is enough for any family!

if i remember correctly when i was in san francisco the last time, you only see opposite sexes talko took doing the nasties. 



Shazde Asdola Mirza

moment agha moment

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

BN jaan, your reply has opened a couple of questions:

1. What were you doing with my 'dear' mother in law every minute ...? Agha Ba Aberoyeh Yek Khanevadeh Asiel Bazi Nakonid!

2. My mother in law has seen your reply (and picture) and wants to meet (will send an email separately).

3. Let me clarify that there is nothing, absolutely nothing gay (even happy) about san francisco!!! It is just a dirty deed that has to be done once or twice a week, between two adults of the opposite sex!

PS: for an exact definition of san francisco, please see this clip (thanks to Ebi Khan):


bajenaghe naghi

shazde asdola mirza jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

i was there with your dear mother in law every minute of the infamous trial. i agree with you that the judge should have added another five years to the sentence just to satisfy me and your dear mother in law. 

and aziz believe me i will never ever forget our dear gay(happy) san francisco.


Shazde Asdola Mirza

moment BN jaan moment

by Shazde Asdola Mirza on

Who is going to pay back all those hours that we had to endure watching that clown ride in his white car all over LA? Who is going to repay my dear mother in law, for watching OJ's first trial from stem to stern?

San Francisco Yadet Nareh

bajenaghe naghi

Face of evil

by bajenaghe naghi on

for those of you who think poor o j was harshly sentenced because his is o j, please watch geraldo's program on fox news tonight. i think you will change your mind. 


To American Wife

by Hakim (not verified) on

You said it all. I think his sentence was too harsh, just because he was O.J.

bajenaghe naghi

american wife jan

by bajenaghe naghi on

these are very deep and difficult questions you are asking. i am not smart enough to answer. we can not see o j and not think of the two murders that most people know in their gut that he committed. his sentence was not passed by a lay person but a judge under the strict rules and procedures. so i hope it was not a hanky panky ruling based on grudge and things like that and i don't believe it was.  

American Wife

just to play devil's advocate

by American Wife on

and not necessarily indicative of my personal opinion but do you really not think that this is retro-justice?  And if you concede that it is, is it fair?  Strictly from a legal and well, perhaps a moral standpoint, is it fair?  A court of law found him innocent.  Aren't we supposed to accept the verdict and go on?  Are we judge and jury of man's fate after the fact?  Would anyone else be given 33 years (or whatever it turns out to be) for armed robbery?  I understand the passion for revenge... but.  Is revenge ours to inflict?

Just curious...:-)