NYC Reacts to the Man Who Shot Bambi, Nike Book Says

“Bambi,” the man she always wished she could shoot herself in the head with, shows up in the confession section of a new Nike book. It’s a wrenching item at the start of Conversations…

NYC Reacts to the Man Who Shot Bambi, Nike Book Says

“Bambi,” the man she always wished she could shoot herself in the head with, shows up in the confession section of a new Nike book. It’s a wrenching item at the start of Conversations with Future Past Present Future Present Past Present Past Present Future Present Past Present Past Present Past Present Present Past Present Present Present Past Present Present Present Present Present Past Present Present Past Present Present Present Present Past Present Present Past Present Past Present Future Present Past Present Present Past Present Past Present Past Past Past Past Past Past Present Past Past Past Future Past Past Past Past Past Future Past Past Past Past Past Past Past Past Past Past Past Past Past 1990. (There’s a last entry from a year ago that consists entirely of abbreviations.)

“We held each other’s hands, Bambi, and then, from another direction, I squeezed the trigger of my rifle,” the murderer writes. He confirms what she has suspected: He was gone while she was away, living in the Paris suburbs with another woman and still hung-over from his days as a professional wrestler:

“I felt awful, Bambi,” he writes. “I knew that I had killed her but no words could express how I felt. I couldn’t even think of what happened after we parted.”

The guy had been a teammate of James “Jimmy the Gusher” Bamberger, who helped break the Chicago Bears’ winning streak in the 1940s. He suffered his own awful ending in the 1970s:

In the ‘70s I started acting in movies but had to drop out because of personal problems. Most of my work was behind the camera, though, as an assistant director for a few movies, for example “Cape Fear,” “Bonnie and Clyde,” “Pulp Fiction,” and “Starsky and Hutch.” I’ve also worked in sports marketing and commercials. Then, in 2008, I was working for Nike. I moved into an apartment, and I tried to date to try to deal with my life back then. It wasn’t working.

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