Before we get into movie trivia, does anyone else think this lamp looks like the one in the Pixar logo?
Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger is an Austrian American actor, politician, businessman, investor, and former professional bodybuilder. Schwarzenegger's goal was to become the greatest bodybuilder in the world, which meant becoming Mr. Olympia. Schwarzenegger won the competition in 1970, making him the youngest ever Mr. Olympia at the age of 23, a record he still holds to this day. In 1975, Schwarzenegger was once again in top form, and won the title for the sixth consecutive time, and announced his retirement from professional bodybuilding. Schwarzenegger wanted to move from bodybuilding into acting, finally achieving it when he was chosen to play the role of Hercules in 1970's Hercules in New York. Credited under the name "Arnold Strong," his accent in the film was so thick that his lines were dubbed after production. Schwarzenegger drew attention and boosted his profile in the bodybuilding film Pumping Iron, elements of which were overly dramatized.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was originally going to play the title role in 1990's RoboCop, but problems with the costume caused producers to drop the idea. After Schwarzenegger saw "RoboCop", he said that he loved the movie and wanted to work with director Paul Verhoeven; when he and Verhoeven heard about "Total Recall", they decided to work on that together. So this is the plan. Get your ass to Mars, and go to the Hilton Hotel and flash the fake Brubaker I.D. at the front desk, that's all there is to it. Just do as I tell you. You can nail that son of a bitch that fucked you and me. I'm counting on you, old buddy. Don't let me down!
Despite Arnold Schwarzenegger said during the making of 1991's Terminator 2: Judgment Day that he would never play another evil character again, he plays the villain Mr. Freeze in 1997's Batman & Robin. In an interview the cast members were asked what item from filming they would like to take home with them. Arnold Schwarzenegger said that he would be taking Mr. Freeze's armor home, Uma Thurman said that she wanted Ivy's floral throne, and Elle Macpherson said that she just wanted a cap or something with the "Batman & Robin" logo before anyone else. George Clooney said he wanted Elle Macpherson. And Chris O'Donnell? Yeah he actually still has his Robin costume.
As Governor of California, he was invited to give the commencement address for the 2009 graduating class of the University of Southern California. On July 11, 2011, it was announced that Schwarzenegger was considering a comeback to acting, despite some legal problems. He will reprise his role as Conan the Barbarian in the 2014 film The Legend of Conan and is set to star in a fifth Terminator movie.
Lots of feedback on the two most recent mystery photos, although Eric beat everyone to the punch on the beer bottle...
Good Afternoon. Regarding the beer brand in your photo -- Shiner Blonde is a basic, all- purpose lager that is formulated to match up with the same foods that the popular, mass- produced lagers match up with. That means it's a good beer to drink with French fries, nachos, potato chips, corn chips, and other light snacks. It also goes with large breasted babes in hot tubs. You are welcome. Eric
regarding the shoebox pic, must be an old pic, those are Athletic Works ...the Walmart brand. (not sold there anymore) crap shoes... nice tits though. airdave (Ontario, Canada)
Again, some of these are easier than others. For examplke I know this woman had been to Rick's Bar at 202 Duvall Street in Key West. Others, not so much. And so I have another one for you, except I suspect it will require you to hablas ingles. I know that 'pelean' means 'fight' in Spanish but I can't make out the beginning of the word above it -- searching for "VAC(?)avilanes" gives me shit, so I dunno. Bacon?
Did you happened to notice the HiPoint carbine used by the Detroit woman to defend herself from a home invasion, was in terrible condition, all rusted to shit? If so, don't you worry your pretty little head. HiPoint is going to completely refurbish it for her, free of charge. Now THAT'S customer service.
A long time ago, during the 15th century in Europe; all kinds of pottery for housewares were made with orange clay. These house wares included such things as plates, bowls and drinking utensils. Other items that were made with clay were jars, jugs, bottles and containers to hold small items such as loose change when workers would empty their pockets at the end of the work day. This loose coins was money that they saved and put aside for emergency use. It wasn't until the 18th century that the word pygg was associated with the hoofed and snouted animal. This came about when someone, a potter made a clay jar in the shape of the pig, which became very appealing in the 20th century. However, in earlier time periods, coins that were collected and saved in the homes were kept in pygg jars; these jars were known as the pygg bank.