Thursday, November 4, 2010

The Machine Meets The Terminator

Posted By on Thu, Nov 4, 2010 at 1:59 PM

click to enlarge In which the Governator asks Brian Wilson to be on his Brain Trust
  • In which the Governator asks Brian Wilson to be on his Brain Trust
We noted earlier that even Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger -- who grew up in an era before baseball expanded past the Mississippi (and to Austria) -- is hip to "The Machine."

Schwarzenegger is also our favorite political user of Twitpics. Any photograph featuring Arnold is decidedly surreal -- and the captions are often utterly hilarious (especially when read aloud in an Arnold voice). So, without further ado, here's your two-term governor and a bemused Brian Wilson from Schwarzenegger's Twitter feed.

Actually, there are numerous wonderful shots in Schwarzenegger's trove:

Here's a shot of Arnold explaining the state budget to his chocolate lab, Gustav. From this we find out that the governor enjoys using dogs as humorous props. And he has a dog named Gustav.

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Arnold actually bought this sweatshirt.

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Arnold hobnobs with FDR and fellow cigar aficionado, Winston Churchill.

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And, finally, Moscow subway commuters were in for a treat not long ago...

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