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Arnie Announces Anti-Smoking PSAs

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The Governator is making his rounds to rid the world of sludge. Arnold Schwarzenegger has already proclaimed himself the ideal candidate for Obama’s Energy Czar. Now his focus is on kicking a lot of butts–cigarette butts, that is.

On Friday, Arnie announced that per an agreement with California health officials, Paramount, Sony, Universal, Warner Bros., Fox and Disney will be running anti-smoking PSAs in any G, PG, or PG-13 rated DVDs that feature tobacco use.

So while we’ll still get to see William Hurt puffing away at his cigar in almost all of his scenes in The Incredible Hulk; we’ll just get a nifty smoking is a no-no reminder before the film.

via Variety Magazine

[Editors Note: Is there irony to the fact that Arnold is considered a cigar aficionado? Not the same daily repeat use as cigarettes, perhaps, but just a thought…]

Sara is the Editor of YouthNoise.com

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