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13 January 2007

Arnold

He says: "Take that back!"

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - The 38th governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger is going through one of the most difficult moments of his life these days, after being treated unfair by a local newscaster in London. During the night news yesterday, Howard Jameston, the anchorman of the news said in British tone, "I am so happy because Arnorld Schwarzenigga is coming to town!". Until this news is aired, the man has yet made an apology.

Following the outragous news, Governor Schwarzenegger visited The United Kingdom's Prime Minister, Tony Blair to report the unfortunate event. However, the terminator was again being treated unfair by the Prime Minister by saying what the anchorman said. As a result, Schwarzenegger flew back straight away to his palaca in California, and starting to kill babies and mothers.

Tony Blair, and the rest of Brits are probably still wondering why the Schwarzenegger was very angry at them, and decided to fly back home really soon. In an official press release, Mr. Blair said, "It is very unfortunate that the Sir Arnold Schwarzenigga flew to California too soon, even before he tried our special dish, Macaroni Salad with Ketchup. Um, we apologise for any inconvinience", in again, his usual strange British tone.

Since this thing happened, Arnold Schwarzenegger may not be coming to Australia, The United Kingdom, and some other British English speaking countries.

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