From iwatchstuff, Aggrieved because the movie Clint Eastwood made about it was so goddamned boring, Japanese islanders are officially changing the name of Iwo Jima back to it's original name, Iwo To.
'Before the war, the volcanic island was known as Iwo To by the 1,000 or so civilians who lived there. They were evacuated in 1944 as U.S. forces advanced across the Pacific. Some Japanese navy officers who moved in to fortify the island mistakenly called it Iwo Jima, and the name stuck. After the war, civilians weren't allowed to return, and the island was put to exclusive military use by both the U.S. and Japan, cementing its identity.'
In related news, Pearl Harbor has changed its name to "Aloha Inlet", Alcatraz prison has changed it's nickname to "The Stone", and Armageddon has been removed from the bible in favor of "The Final Clusterfuck" - all in response to atrocities committed by Jerry Bruckheimer and Michael Bay.