At 70 and as a paroled felon, O.J. Simpson can’t stop being O.J. Simpson

From the moment he and his lawyer walked into the room at his Nevada prison for his parole hearing, until he walked back for good nearly two hours later after his parole was granted, O.J. Simpson never stopped being O.J. Simpson.

He is 70 years old, he has been embedded in the public consciousness for more than 50 years — as he told the Nevada parole board commissioners himself Thursday, he’s been a big name since he was 19 — and it feels like everybody in America knows every possible thing about him.

In fact, it feels like we know too much, and if one image stuck after an end date for his nine-year prison sentence was set, he is what he is, and what he always has been.

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