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Life after Public Office: Schwarzenegger Plans Autobiography

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Yups, that's what he said today in a live video Q&A with his Twitter followers. "I'm sure I'll write a book or two," said Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, according to the Sacramento Bee. Whether or not he act again would depend on the script or other factors. And apparently, he's a big chess fan, staying up to 2 a.m. playing with friends.

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