When I search my name I only find stuff from my old High School site where they still have school papers from 96 and 97 (of course I have to use my nicname too) but I mostly get things about Horse Shoers cause that is what my last name stands for.
Charter Member of Team Domination "It's not just domination, it's Team Domination." ------------------------------------------------------------ And remember, Nothing can kill The Grimace!
I typed mine in to Google.com. The very first link I got was to “Eddie Hawn's WCW/nWo Wolfpac Wrestling Page”, an old WCW fansite that I created years ago on Geocities and forgot I ever had.
Second one I got was in stock-car racing. *shrugs*...
Third one was me again, a poem I wrote for a Yahoo Group.
And I actually found one of cfgb's pages, when he was going through everyone's record and my name popped up.
Most of the rest of the ones on the first page were talking about Eddie Murphy and Goldie Hawn in the same sentence, but then...
GoldbergBook.com actually linked to my old (and now nonexistent) page! I got 2 stars on their scale-- “This page is out of date, however it is a great source of archived news about Goldberg and his ongoing struggle with the Wolfpac.” Sweet!
Ooooh, another cool one. For the NBA's “NBA at 50” tournament featuring fantasy all-time matchups, one of my comments got posted. I felt the '80 Lakers should beat the '67 76ers because “Even the best defense was usually no match for Kareem's skyhook” and “Even if Kareem had been injured, Magic would have taken over. He was versatile enough to play all five positions, and that's what he did in Game 6 of the 1980 NBA Finals.” That comment was the first one posted on the page. Sweet!
My name is also mentioned on a genealogy page. Apparently I was born to John and Margaret Hawn on April 25, 1883 in Washington County, Indiana. Married to Lula Jaynes in October of 1904. And died on January 4, 1945. Dang, my namesake got married when he was 21. I'll be lucky if that happens to me.
Down to the eighth page, and I find another poem by me. This one's actually one of my favorites.
Way down to page 24, and I find the next “real” reference-- another poem. From page 8 to 24, the majority of the finds have seen Eddie Murphy and Goldie Hawn on the same page.
Don't bother reading that poem.
On page 27, I learn that Laura Hawn (also my sister's name) played a character named Ethel in the 1984 movie “Swing Shift”.
Um... that's it.
“Bow-wow-wow, yippee-yo-yippee-yay, Oil of Olay all day, every day!”
I'm not aware of the Millenium Edition having any added sounds--you might hear more because the sound mix is so clean (to say nothing of the picture, did *anyone* who owns this thing believe this movie could EVER look this crisp?)