Apparently a pair of parents in Chicago named their child Marijuana Pepsi Jackson in 1973. These days she goes by "Marijuana Sawyer", since clearly "Pepsi" was the most eye-opening part of that name.
On this day in history:
1974: Second Lt. Hiroo Onoda of the Imperial Japanese Army surrenders to Philippine authorities. He believed World War II was still underway and continued a 30 year guerrilla battle with other islanders. His final capitulation came when his senior officer, Maj. Taniguchi, ordered his surrender. Upon return to the Japanese homeland, Onoda was treated as a hero, but had difficulty coping with his "postwar" life.