Alex Karras, who gained fame in the NFL as a fearsome defensive lineman, and later as an actor, passed away. He was 77. Karras died at home in Los Angeles surrounded by family. He suffered from kidney failure and dementia. Karras was among more than 35-hundred NFL players suing the league regarding the treatment of head injuries. Certainly while he was a famous lineman, many others remember him from the 80s sitcom Webster or the big cowboy who punched out a horse in Blazing Saddles.
At first glance, you'd think it is unflattering. When you Google "completely wrong", photo after photo of Mitt Romney comes up under the images tab. Why is that? Remember that 47-percent remark that he made last month? Last week he admitted the comment was "completely wrong". Since that comment Romney has been able to turn his campaign around largely due to last week's impressive performance during the first debate.
"Clueless" star Stacey Dash finds herself on the defensive after announcing her support for Mitt Romney. She tweeted the republican candidate is the "only choice for the future." Some followers tweeted back, calling her stupid and asking how she could back him as a woman. Dash says she voted for president Obama in 2008 and everyone is entitled to an opinion.