Is the world ready to watch my home video at the courthouse? CAN YOU HANDLE THE TRUTH? Truth be told my video is nothing special, but I did enjoy being a part of the hearing and put some work into making a video of the back of someone's head as entertaining as possible. It is broken up into two parts, an 18 minute documentary which features a full 4 minutes of me rushing to the courthouse, taking back streets, cutting people off, and sprinting across downtown Miami to get there on time to the sound of Thievery Corporation. If you don't care for that, just skip four minutes ahead. But you're gonna miss some damn good bossa nova. You can also grab the 250mb version of this file via Bit Torrent, l33t style.
The second part of the video is an interview by Bridget from the Miami Herald. A few more things went on off camera that I would like to write about, such as when we asked Jack about what he was thinking when the four cops came into the room and he told us about a time he was arrested back in college, and it's actually a pretty funny self-deprecating tale. Look for Part 2 of the video on Friday. PS. Did you know Jack Thompson is a playable character in Mortal Kombat Armageddon? You can pit him against Hulk Hugan and a few other Kreated Karacters! [Thanks Jon]
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