August 14, 2011 | 10:57 am
Posted by Ilana Angel
Arnold Schwarzenegger is, in my opinion, a pig. Noel Biderman, the man behind the Ashley Madison website is, in my opinion, also a pig. It makes perfect sense these two pigs should be friends, and taking it further, I’ve long thought Arnold should be a spokesperson for Ashley Madison.
I could not help but laugh this morning when TMZ reported that Noel Biderman has offered to pay $100k if Arnold is willing to have his picture taken in an Ashley Madison t-shirt. Here’s the kicker, the money is not payment to Arnold, but rather to the State of California.
If he will do it, AshleyMadison.com will write a check to “the State of California to assist with its current deficit.” I think it’s a brilliant idea and after all the damage Arnold did to our state, he should suck it up and just do it. It’s not like we don’t know he’s a cheater, or unethical politician.
Pigs are highly intelligent animals and so it’s important to clarify that when I call Noel and Arnold pigs, I mean no disrespect to pigs. Wear the shirt and take the picture Arnold. You’ll still be a pig, but one with a sliver of humility and a sense of humor. Will he man up? I don’t really care so there is no need, on this one, for me to keep the faith.
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