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Above: He may be Governor now, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of the Terminator
LOS ANGELES, Calif. (SP) — Most political pundits didn't think that it could be done, but California governor-elect Arnold Schwarzenegger has come up with a way to balance the state's books within the next fiscal year by continuing to do what he does best: starring in a series of blockbuster action films.
TORONTO, ON (SP) — With this past weekend's reversion to Eastern Standard Time, non-morning people were dismayed to realize that, once again, it would start getting dark at around 2:00 PM, long before they leave work. "It's awful," said Shelly McDougal, a copy writer at a downtown Toronto advertising firm. "I feel like a tunnel-dweller from some sci-fi flick, never seeing daylight. It's fine for the morning people — they get their extra hour of daylight in the morning. But for the rest of us who aren't up at six, we get nothin'."