Arnie's back – inaugurating a monument to himself

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The Independent Online

Arnold Schwarzenegger fondles a bronze statue of himself flexing his biceps at the official inauguration of a museum dedicated to his life in his home village of Thal yesterday. Shielded by an umbrella, he delivered a speech to fans. Invoking the title of one of his early films, he told them anything was possible as long as they "stay hungry". The museum's exhibits include his first barbell, the bed that he slept on as a youth, several life-size "Terminator" models and the polished wooden desk he sat behind while California's governor. AP

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