Caitlyn Might Replace Bruce In The OHOF...
The U.S. Olympic Committee says it will consider changing Bruce's name to Caitlyn in its Hall of Fame, if that's what she wants. The 1976 Olympic hero was inducted into the Olympic Hall of Fame back in 1986. Now, the Olympic Committee says that if Caitlyn wants her name on the honor instead of Bruce, she can file a formal request and they'll oblige. There's no word yet if she's planning to.
All of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's early honors still have the name Lew Alcindor attached to them. Same thing goes for Cassius Clay who became Muhammad Ali.
So Does This Mean We Can Send Him Back Now?
Justin was on an all-terrain vehicle when he collided with a mini-van driven by a photographer -- and then got into a physical altercation with the other man. The judge ruled Thursday that Bieber was guilty, but he gave the singer an unconditional discharge on the assault case and levied a minor $750 fine on the careless driving count.
The court case had been set to go to trial in Stratford next month.
Ya know, Just in Case...
The disaster movie has caused enough paranoia about "the big one" that's coming someday, that sales of earthquake supplies have seen a huge increase. EarthquakeStore.com, for instance, reports a 300% spike in sales since the movie arrived in theaters. Customers have been buying up all of their quake alarms and emergency kits which include things like safety vests, candles, a hand saw and emergency food bars.
So shouldn't Dwayne Johnson or the movie studio get a kick back for this?
Heyyyyy Yooooouuuu Guuuuyyysss...
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the adventure film about a group of friends on the hunt to find the lost fortune of pirate One-Eyed Willie. The town is hosting a Goonies weekend with all sorts of activities scheduled for today through Sunday. Fans will be able to take a tour of some filming locations, a Goonies scavenger hunt and screenings of the movie. Fans can also ride on One-Eyed Willie's ship. Fans will also be treated to a guest appearance by Jeff Cohen who played "Chunk."