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Schwarzenegger Shows Off Big Ass Knife in Internet Video about Budget Cuts
We all know that Schwarzenegger loves Twittering and yesterday he uploaded a short TwitVid that began with him holding a very large knife, apparently a metaphor for his budget cuts. Har, har! As of 11 a.m., it's received over 100,000 views.
Basically, Schwarzenegger is continuing to solicit the public's ideas on saving the state money via Twitter. One budget saving item is to sell state cars, which Ryan Stothard in Australia took note of, hypothetically asking "if California does have a state property auction, should @Schwarzenegger sign everything to boost prices?" Next thing he knows, Schwarzenegger thanks him and makes a video, knife in hand, about it. "Does this mean I can put 'advisor to @Schwarzenegger'on my resume now?" he later joked.
The full video is below:
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