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Governator Once Again

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Arnold Schwarzenegger

I guess my invite got lost in the mail Arnie? Arnold Schwarzenegger will be inaugurated today, in a matter of minutes, in fact. In his election night victory speech he comments, “I love sequels.” Today we will be insured to have several more years of calling this guy the Governator.

He’s under big scrutiny right now for the $1.4 million party weekend to celebrate the inauguration. However, something interesting about the black-tie, invitiation only souriee tonight? “Guests will be transported to the event in zero-emissions hydrogen vehicles and the party will be powered by solar energy and biodiesel generators,” writes Joshua Jackson of Lime.com. Wait, what’s that? One of the sponsors of the party is Chevron? This is getting more and more interesting by the minute. Paul Anka, which I previously only knew as the dog on Gilmore Girls, and Donna Summer will be performing.

I’ll be interested in seeing how post-party reports go. Next time ask me for my correct mailing address, Gov.

Watch the inauguration on I’m sure many stations at 11 am PT, including Sacremento’s News 10. Live streaming video.

Also check out Join Arnold.

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