It seems the O.J. Simpson If I Did It saga still won’t die. (Ha! No? Sorry.) The latest news: A Canadian publisher, Barclay Road, has declared its interest in publishing the pulped fiasco. Employees of the publishing company were “initially disgusted by reports of the book’s topic,” according to a Bloomberg News report, but now, “in the name of free speech” — and, we suspect, in the name of a silly, attention-getting gimmick — “it wants to give it a try.” Isn’t it lovely to see foreigners so dedicated to our Bill of Rights? And to our shameless marketing?