Arnold Schwarzenegger has announced that he is willing to fill more potholes in the city of Los Angeles. Schwarzenegger went viral when he posted a video of himself filling a pothole in his Brentwood neighbourhood, a move that later caused controversy with the City of Los Angeles.
The former California governor dismissed the controversy and said he would be happy to help out with road work in LA again.
He stated that he would get a crew together and fix potholes around the city, as they are dangerous. Schwarzenegger, who is one of the most famous and decorated bodybuilders in the world, won five Mr. Universe titles and seven Mr. Olympia titles before retiring in 1980 to pursue acting.
Schwarzenegger became one of the biggest action stars of the ‘80s and ’90s. The longtime Republican served as the 38th governor of California from 2003 to 2011.
He will soon be seen in his first regular scripted television role in the Netflix action-comedy series FUBAR.
Schwarzenegger also shared his regimen for staying in top shape as he has aged, including relying on supplements and reducing his meat intake by 70%.
While at an event, Schwarzenegger joined AltaSea CEO and President Terry Tamminen to energize the solar panel installation that will power the blue technology hub’s 35-acre campus and provide excess energy to the grid.
Schwarzenegger offers to fix more potholes in Los Angeles
Arnold Schwarzenegger has offered to fix more potholes in Los Angeles after causing controversy with the City of Los Angeles for fixing one in his Brentwood neighbourhood.
The former California governor said that he would be happy to help out with road work in LA again and would get a crew together to fix potholes around the city because they are dangerous.
He noted that he had done construction work in the past, which reminded him of his days as a bodybuilder.
Schwarzenegger, who is one of the most famous and decorated bodybuilders in the world, won several titles before retiring in 1980 to pursue acting.
Schwarzenegger to star in first live-action TV series
Arnold Schwarzenegger will soon be seen in his first regular scripted television role. The former California governor is set to star in the Netflix action-comedy series FUBAR, which was inspired by his hit 1994 movie True Lies.
The series is about a father and daughter who learn that they’ve each secretly been working as CIA operatives for years, and they realize their entire relationship has been a lie.
Schwarzenegger stars as the father, while Monica Barbaro plays the daughter. The series will tackle universal family dynamics set against a global backdrop of spies, action and humor.
Schwarzenegger shares regimen for staying in shape
Arnold Schwarzenegger has shared his regimen for staying in top shape as he has aged.
The former California governor said he relies on supplements, but he also believes in good food.
He has reduced his meat intake by 70%, stating that it is much healthier to eat plant-based foods, especially at his age.
He added that reducing meat intake is also helpful for the environment, as it creates 28% of the pollution raised by all livestock.
Schwarzenegger noted that he eats steak or Wienerschnitzel every so often but not as much as he used to.
Schwarzenegger helps energize solar panel installation at AltaSea
Arnold Schwarzenegger helped energize the solar panel installation at the AltaSea warehouse in the Port of Los Angeles. He joined AltaSea CEO and President Terry Tamminen, and other officials to announce the completion of the 427-kilowatt solar panel system, which is expected to generate more than 600,000 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy each year.
During the event, Schwarzenegger praised AltaSea for their commitment to sustainability and for taking action to combat climate change. He emphasized the importance of renewable energy sources and encouraged others to follow in AltaSea’s footsteps.
The AltaSea facility is a hub for ocean-related research, education, and business development. The installation of the solar panels is part of the facility’s efforts to reduce its carbon footprint and promote sustainable practices.
Schwarzenegger, who has been a vocal advocate for environmental causes, has long supported the use of renewable energy. During his tenure as Governor of California, he signed into law several bills that promoted the use of clean energy, including the California Solar Initiative, which aimed to install 3,000 megawatts of solar power in the state by 2017.
The actor and former governor has also been involved in several other environmental initiatives, including founding the R20 Regions of Climate Action, a nonprofit organization focused on accelerating the transition to low-carbon economies.
Schwarzenegger’s appearance at the AltaSea event highlights the importance of promoting sustainability and renewable energy, and shows the power of celebrity activism in raising awareness about these issues.