1977 interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger in which he  AUG 28 2003

1977 interview with Arnold Schwarzenegger in which he describes his wild lifestyle.

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David10 28 2003 2:10PM

The article reminded me of the New Yorker profile on Shaq where he discussed his philosophy of "dreamful attraction," a philosophy which I've carried with myself ever since. I think Arnold's philosophy is similarly enlightening. This article is wonderful. This is why the Internet exists.

soulonice58 28 2003 2:58PM

The more and more I read about Arnold and come to understand him better, I get more convinced that his desire to be governor of California is based more in his personal ambition & ego than in any real desire to serve.

adriana18 28 2003 4:18PM

i probably should play the victim

then again, maybe not.

great article!

EEeeerrgle24 28 200310:24PM

Yeah, his discussion of gang banging the black woman at Gold's Gymn was just inspiring.

Mike15 30 2003 9:15PM

Not condoning orgies or anything, but why does someone have to be a saint to be elected? I'd rather elect someone who did a few stupid things and learned from them then someone who never did anything at all.

Attempting to satisfy all of the puritan interest groups on both sides of the political spectrum is futile. And we're surprised when our elected officials from the highest office on down end up being human versions of Wonder Bread who possess no discernable opinions before they have consulted with their handlers? To me "safe" equals passionless.

Craniac36 08 200312:36AM

To me, semi-literate drug-addled sexist bonehead = semi-literate drug-addled sexist bonehead.

Saperstein Ali 53 10 2003 3:53PM

Everything is true to someone.

Garelik Jane 34 20 2003 8:34PM

You are free and that is why you are lost.

Ahmed Saif 54 09 200410:54AM

Man is the missing link between apes and human beings.

This thread is closed to new comments. Thanks to everyone who responded.

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