By peoplestaff225
Updated October 14, 1997 12:00 AM
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A last-ditch effort has prevented the San Francisco house that O.J. Simpson bought for his mother from the auction block, at least until Jan. 11, reports the Associated Press. “The sale was not canceled, it was postponed,” said Marjorie Fuller, a lawyer who put a lien on the house because Simpson reportedly owes her $148,000. Meanwhile, O.J. has chimed in with his view of the ongoing presidential election, specifically news helicopters trailing a truck carrying Florida ballots. “This is boring!” he told the AP. “Now I know what people went through when . . . my Bronco was going up the freeway.”