Thursday, March 13, 2014

Destroy Things With Arnold Schwarzenegger and His Tank

Posted By on Thu, Mar 13, 2014 at 12:03 PM

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Dreams do come true. After all theses years, former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger finally has his own tank. The Terminator wants you to destroy obscure fixtures with him to raise money for charity. Click here and donate a minimum of $10 for a chance to spend a day smoking cigars and demolishing things with Arnold. Grand prize includes flight to L.A. and hotel for two. The more money you pledge the more chances and incentives you get, and the proceeds goes to After-School All-Stars.

I feel like a limited edition Conan the Barbarian Sword signed by Arnold is a pretty good consolation prize. The contest ends on 3/14, so don't wait.

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