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Sunday, 13 February 2011

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Gov. Schwarzenegger in 2006, promising the citizens of Califorinia that he will try to keep from bankrupting the state.

HOLLYWOOD HILLS - The former governor of the great earthquake state of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger has told his agent that he is itching to return to making movies, which is his third love behind looking at his biceps and kissing his semi-pretty wife on occasion.

Schwarzenegger claims to have lost $200 million in movie contracts due to the fact that he was busy running the nicest, sweetest, and most popular state in the entire nation including Delaware and Rhode Island.

Arnie, as Jerry Brown's long-ago girlfriend Linda Ronstadt calls him, is looking at several movie scripts. The first is Conan The Vegetarian which he says he likes but which he will not do if hardcore Democrat Barbra Streisand signs to star in.

Another script which he has read is Kindergarten Cop #2 - Pizza, Pretzels, and Popcorn, The Three Food Groups.

And his third movie offer is a movie that he would film with Clint Eastwood, Sylvester Stallone, and George Hamilton titled, The Truly Wonderful World of Ben-Gay.

The former governor spoke with the editor of Left Coast Mirror Magazine, Ambrose Appomattox and told his long time friend that he feels that if he makes 20 movies and earns $10 million per picture he should pretty much recoup all of the money he lost while serving the fabulously patient people of the great mudslide state of California.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Schwarzenegger pretty much single-handedly bankrupted California and there are many residents living in the state who would actually like to see him return to making movies...but in his native country of Austria.]

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