Friday, January 15, 2016

Friday Whatever

One of the Powerball winners, or rather the whole family, went public with their good luck.

Not too smart to come out in the open like that given how horrible people can be.

Obituary: Actor Dan Haggerty, 74, of Grizzly Adams fame, has died of cancer.

Haggerty, who was born Nov. 19, 1941, in Pound, Wisconsin, he became a bodybuilder, animal trainer and stunt performer. His film debut came in 1964, with a nonspeaking part in "Muscle Beach Party," in which he played a muscular guy named Biff. He also had roles in the biker road-trip movie "Easy Rider" that was written by Peter Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Terry Southern; "The Adventures of Frontier Fremont" and "Terror out of the Sky."

Haggerty also formerly trained and handled the animals for one of the "Tarzan" movies as well as the TV series. Haggerty continued acting after the "Grizzly" series, and he had several films in production at the time of his death. He relished the "Grizzly" role, however.

Ted Cruz's "birther" problem isn't going away.

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