What’s Trending? More Ted Cruz/Stryper, Red Dead Redemption 2, & Power Lacing Shoes

After years of public pressure, SeaWorld says it will immediately stop breeding killer whales and that it will soon stop making them perform tricks for the public. The 29 orcas will remain on display at the company’s theme parks, but in what are called “natural orca encounters.”

Remember the picture floating around the Internet suggesting Ted Cruz is the lead singer of Stryper? Well, Stryper singer Michael Sweet says he’s not secretly running for president as Senator Ted Cruz. At first, Sweet played along with the photo comparison, tweeting that he was going to cancel Stryper’s next tour so he could focus on his campaign. Now he’s tweeted an apology to Cruz over “the silly blow up” about them being the same person.

William Shatner will be taking part in a nerdy festival – one that doesn’t directly involve “Star Trek.” He will headline Smithsonian magazine’s The Future Is Here Festival. The event next month is aimed at celebrating advanced thinking in science, technology, art and engineering.

Are you a fan of Red Dead Redemption? The wait for a sequel to the popular 2010 title is nearly over. The game will be called “Red Dead Redemption 2: Legends of the West.” Rockstar Games is expected to make an official announcement at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in June.

Move over Marty Mcfly. Nike’s Back to the Future self tying shoes are finally a reality. When you step into the new “hyper-adapt” shoes, your heel hits a sensor and the shoe automatically tightens. There are two buttons on the side to tighten and loosen to make the fit perfect. The shoe will be available only to members of Nike+ beginning holiday 2016.

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