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True Lies? by Loretto on 17 May 2011 1:31pm
 
She was a patient woman that Maria Shriver...

http://abcnews.go.com/US/arnold-schwarzenegger-fathered-child-household-staffer-report/story?id=13618503
 
Re: True Lies? by sighthound on 19 May 2011 9:36pm
 
Maria has been more than patient (probably due to the Catholic upbringing that does its best to inculcate women with mashochism.) A good friend of mine worked for Schwarzenegger 20 years ago and quit in disgust. I guess he's a better actor than I've given him credit for since he so effectively fooled the California public for 8 years. I still have never been able to get all the way through any of his films except for "Pumping Iron" (which was very instructional about the young Arnold's ambitions. It's worth another look.)
 
Re: True Lies? by Ken Dunn on 19 May 2011 9:44pm
 
In Ireland that is called an oxymoron. One of my favourites is 'That cuppa tay is powerful weak'
 
Re: True Lies? by Loretto on 19 May 2011 11:43pm
 
Love it Ken! How about the North Tipperary greeting, "hello there, are ya not gone home yet?"
Or
"ya won't have a cup of tea will ya?"
 
Re: True Lies? by Sonny Syde on 21 May 2011 12:46am
 
Or the Glaswegian bus conductress, " C'mon, get aff. "
 



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