So the media has spent countless hours talking about O.J. Simpson's latest--potentially being the ringleader in an armed robbery that involved taking items from a sports memorabilia store in Las Vegas. But I still haven't seen a complete list of what he stole. You see, I'm trying to figure out just how great these items were because they'd have to be pretty awesome.
Here's what we know so far from media reports: A signed photo of Simpson and the late FBI chief J. Edgar Hoover, footballs and photographs signed by Simpson, photos of his children, baseballs signed by Duke Snider and Pete Rose, a set of cleats worn by Joe Montana, his Hall of Fame certificate and--according to the New York Post--the suit he wore when he was found not guilty of murdering Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman. The only thing that is one-of-a-kind is that suit. Its probably one of the best items that I've heard of short of Al Cowlings White Bronco (a.k.a. "The Getaway Car"), which Cowlings sold to one of his buddies for $75,000. That suit could be worth six figures, but everything else that has been published is not unique enough to matter.