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Coming up on News 7-
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The Victory Stadium issue is no longer a done deal. We'll tell you what one Roanoke city council member's now proposing. A suspect is in custody after a shooting at a local gas station. And, the entire US is fighting terror but who really has the responsibility? Congress considers recommendations by the 9-11 commission.
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[ANCHOR=Shan]

News 7 is next.

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[ANCHOR=Jean]
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A new stadium- amphitheater project in Roanoke is on hold. Now some councilmembers want to put the site up for sale.
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((I THINK THAT THIS WOULD PROVE TO BE VERY VALUABLE PROPERTY BASED ON ITS LOCATION.))
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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Good Evening I'm Shannon Young. Jean is off tonight.

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[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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The questions of what to do with Victory Stadium and the proposed stadium- amphitheater site have left Roanoke City Council divided. Today one councilman suggested putting the new site on the market while a committee looks at the possibility of renovating Victory Stadium. [***NEWS 7 @ 11 IN MONITOR***]
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jennifer/BAM;]

As Jennifer Wishon reports, the idea is not being well- received by all members. Shannon, today, in a letter to his fellow Council members, Sherman Lea suggested putting the new site on the market to gauge it's potential sale or lease value for the city.
[LIVE=Jennifer/FULL BAM]
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He suggests it will be a good study conducted alongside a committee's investigation of renovating Victory Stadium.
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((LEA: THE POINT THAT I'M TRYING TO MAKE WITH THIS IDEA IS THAT TO SATISFY SOME WHO SAY THAT WE'RE LOSING MONEY OVER THERE. LET'S SEE WHAT THE MARKET WILL SHOW. LET'S PUT IT OUT THERE AND SEE WHAT WILL HAPPEN.)) [RUNS15]
[OUT Q=what will happen]

The city has already invested more than two million dollars on the Orange Avenue site. But, Lea argues the investment made in land acquisition, surveying, and environmental cleanup would be necessary no matter how the land is used. A strong supporter of Victory Stadium, Lea proposes marketing the land as an industrial site that would ultimately create jobs and tax revenue for the city.
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((LEA: IT'S JUST SOMETHING THAT I PROPOSE TO SPEED THIS PROCESS UP BECAUSE I THINK THE CITIZENS HAVE MADE IT CLEAR THEY WANT US TO FOCUS ON VICTORY STADIUM AND THIS IS ANOTHER WAY WE CAN HAVE ANOTHER STUDY GOING ON WHILE THE COMMITTEE FOCUSES ON VICTORY STADIUM THE CITY STAFF CAN TAKE A LOOK AT MARKETING.)) [RUNS17]
[OUT Q=look at marketing]))
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Councilman Rupert Cutler, reached by phone, says he's not ready to abandon the project and calls the idea premature. He says council needs to continue to look at all alternatives - including an idea to add stadiums to city high schools.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Shannon & Jennifer/BAM;]

Shannon, Sherman Lea plans to propose his idea at council's meeting on Monday. Council is also expected to move forward with plans to appoint a 14- member committee to consider the renovation of Victory Stadium.

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A man died in a motorcycle accident in Rockbridge County this afternoon. State police say 30 year old Troy Allen Gladfelter was traveling west on Rt. 602 around four o-clock. Troopers say he was going too fast, when his rear tire lost traction and skidded out from under him. He was taken to Stonewall Jackson Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Gladfelter *was* wearing his helmet.

[Roanoke-Shooting]


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A Roanoke Police officer ran directly into the line of fire to apprehend a shooting suspect this morning.
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((POP POP POP POP))
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City police have not released the officer's name. He was responding to a disturbance at the STOP-IN on Hershberger Road around 2-A-M. As he arrived, the in-dash video camera was recording the scene. The camera was out of focus, yet it clearly recorded the sound of more than 30 shots fired.
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((CAPT. BILL ALTHOFF/ROANOKE POLICE DEPARTMENT; I'M ALWAYS GRATIFIED THAT WE'RE STILL ABLE TO FIND YOUNG PEOPLE THAT WILL SERVE AS POLICE OFFICERS AND RUN IN THE DIRECTION OF TROUBLE INSTEAD OF RUNNING AWAY.))
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[OUT Q=of running away.]
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[VO-NAT]

Twenty-two year old Marcus Jerome Nance was apprehended in a parking lot behind the Shell station. Joey Lee Joyce, age: 24, was killed. Steven K. Jefferson is in critical condition. Michael Wood is now listed in "good" condition.
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[Lafayette-Shooting]


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Roanoke City Police have arrested a second man in the shooting of a nurse earlier this week.
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18 year old Leonard Crowder faces charges of malicious wounding and use of a firearm during the commission of a felony. He was taken to the Roanoke City Jail. Early yesterday morning, police arrested 18 year old Charles Lee Thompson after a standoff. He faces malicious wounding, abduction, and firearms charges.
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37 year old Millard Mahala was shot in the back on Lafayette Avenue shortly before noon on Tuesday. Anyone with information about the shooting is asked to call the Roanoke City Police.
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[911-Hearings]


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The chairman of the Nine-Eleven commission says the U-S intelligence network needs a major overhaul -- and fast.
Congress today began the task of taking the commission's findings and turning them into law. Susan Roberts has more.
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[SUPER=01-Sen. Joseph Lieberman/(D) Governmental Affairs Comm.; :22]
[SUPER=01-Lee Hamilton/9-11 Commission Vice-Chair; :52]
[SUPER=01-Sen. Susan Collins/(R) Governmental Affairs Comm. Chair; 1:14]
[SUPER=01-Susan Roberts/CBS News; 1:26]
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((WHO EXACTLY IS IN CHARGE OF FINDING OSAMA BIN LADEN? WHY IS THE FBI LACKING IN LANGUAGE SKILLS WHEN FIGHTING THE WAR ON TERROR? AND WHAT CAN BE DONE TO TIGHTEN THE NATION'S BORDER SO TERRORISTS DON'T CROSS FREELY?
(LOCATOR: WASHINGTON, DC)

THESE ARE QUESTIONS KEY LAWMAKERS ARE ASKING, AFTER THE 911 COMMISSION ISSUED ITS REPORT CALLING FOR LEGISLATION THAT WILL OVERHAUL THE NATION'S INTELLIGENCE SYSTEM.
SOT-SEN. JOSEPH LIEBERMAN/D-GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS COMM.

"We accept this responsibility with the sense of urgency that the commission demands and that the american people rightfully expect." TODAY'S TWO MAIN OBJECTIVES IN THE FIRST ROUND OF HEARINGS: THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATIONAL COUNTERTERRORISM CENTER AND THE CREATION OF A NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE DIRECTOR. SHOULD THIS DIRECTOR HAVE A TERM AND WHICH BRANCH OF THE GOVERNMENT SHOULD HE SERVE UNDER? 911 COMMISSION VICE CHAIRMAN LEE HAMILTON SAYS THE POSITION HAS TO FALL UNDER THE PRESIDENT.
SOT:LEE HAMILTON/ VICE-CHAIR 911 COMMISSION

"Where else would you put it? You wanna put it in the CIA? You wanna put it all in the defense department? With all the other things going on? I don't think so." IN IMPLEMENTING THE COMMISSION'S RECOMMENDATIONS, LAWMAKERS EXPECT BATTLES OVER AUTHORITY, POWER AND JURISDICTION.
SOT-SEN. SUSAN COLLINS, R-CHAIRMAN GOVT. AFFAIRS COMM.

"Although turf battles abound in washington, for the american people, it's results that count, politics cannot be allowed to doom needed reforms, it can be done."
(SUSAN ON CAMERA TAG)

CONGRESS BEGAN ITS RECESS FRIDAY, YET THIS ROUND OF HEARINGS IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE SO THAT LAWS ARE ON THE BOOKS BY THE END OF THE YEAR. SR, CBS NEWS, WASHINGTON.))
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[Kerry-Bush]


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In the meantime, President Bush turned his attention back to the campaign trail. At noisy rallies in Missouri and Michigan, the president said the Democrat's convention in Boston featured rhetoric but lacked in substance.
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((WE HAVE A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION. THEY SHARE THE OLD WASHINGTON MINDSET - THEY WILL GIVE THE ORDERS AND YOU WILL PAY THE BILLS. BUT WE'RE TURNING THE CORNER AND WE'RE NOT TURNING BACK. (APPLAUSE)))
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Also campaigning, John Kerry retorted that President Bush can't run on his own record, so has chosen to attack Kerry's. Running on a few hours sleep... the newly anointed democratic presidential ticket is on a 2 week tour of 22 states.
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((JOHN KERRY/D-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: YOU DESERVE A PRESIDENT WHO FIGHTS AS HARD FOR YOUR JOB AS HE FIGHTS FOR HIS OWN JOB. THAT'S WHAT WE NEED!))
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Despite his talk of a positive campaign, Kerry didn't rule out the possibility that he'll air ads critical of the White House.
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[Church-Donation]


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Some Botetourt County kids rolled up their sleeves to collect a tasty offering this week.
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About 60- children attended Vacation Bible School at Woodland Church in Troutville. The "Circle of Friends Ranch" included a country- western theme centered on stories from the Bible. Offerings were so generous they weighed in at almost two tons.
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((RICK JARRELL: WE HAVE A MISSIONS PROJECT EVERY YEAR THAT WE USE TO RAISE MONEY FOR ONE OF OUR MISSIONARIES AND ONE OF THE PEOPLE IN OUR CHURCH SUGGESTED THAT WE RAISE MONEY FOR THE RESCUE MISSION BUT INSTEAD OF RAISING MONEY WE WOULD RAISE FOOD FOR THE RESCUE MISSION SINCE THEY USE SO MUCH OF IT.))
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The church initially set a goal of two- thousand pounds of food. Since the children nearly doubled the goal one lucky church member got to kiss a pig. Officials with the Roanoke Rescue Mission estimate the donation will feed the hungry for one week.
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Hundreds of new jobs are coming to the area.
We'll tell you where next.
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Plus VDOT says it's time for two dangerous bridges to come down.
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[Sports-Preview]


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((Hey, everybody. Mike Stevens back in the News 7 sports office the Mayberry Deputy drops in on Salem Memorial to shake things up. Casey Mears shakes things up at Pocono winning his first Cup pole. Joe Gibbs has been shaking up his new team for months - tomorrow camp opens in Ashburn. Plus, Not Tech, Not UVa, but West Virginia is the highest rated are team in the preseason. Tonight on the Big 7.))
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A Lynchburg woman faces two dozen felony charges for allegedly stealing money from the family she was house-sitting for.
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22-year-old Stephanie Lyne Calohan was arrested last night on charges of forgery and uttering.
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Police say she wrote herself nearly five thousand dollars worth of checks from the bank account of Linda and Errett Callahan, no relation.
The Callahans had hired her to watch their home while they were on vacation.
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(( LINDA CALLAHAN/HOMEOWNER: THIS WAS SOMEONE WE THOUGHT WE KNEW, WE'VE KNOWN HER FOR YEARS, WE'VE TRUSTED HER. SHE WAS A CAMP COUNSELOR, WE'VE HAD HER BABYSIT.. Errett: HAD HER OVER FOR DINNER THE NIGHT BEFORE WE LEFT. TOOK US TO THE AIRPORT AND THE VERY SAME DAY CASHED A HUNDRED DOLLAR CHECK AND HAD THE BIG PARTY THAT NIGHT.))
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[OUT Q=big party that night.]
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Police urge homeowners to lock up their valuables and personal information before they leave for vacation.
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[Columbia-Flooring]


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A Southside company will spend more than 13 million dollars to expand.
The move will add 200 jobs to Columbia Flooring's Danville manufacturing facility.
Columbia makes hardwood and laminate flooring.
Its president calls the Danville plant an example of the corporation's excellence.

[81-Bridge]


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Two aging bridges in Rockbridge County are set to be replaced.
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[SUPER=03-Rockbridge Co.;]

The two bridges span Buffalo Creek between Natural Bridge and Lexington on Interstate 81. They were built in 1966, and designed to hold just a fraction of the traffic the interstate now carries. The new bridges will feature an extra lane, and will be built 9 feet higher - reducing the steep grade on either side. The project will cost more than 27 million dollars, and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2007.
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Volunteers give local deputies another law enforcement option... one that leaves them up in the air.
We'll show you when News 7 returns.
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Plus these Iraqi's are really pumped... for their idol's 57th birthday. We'll explain.
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[Alcohol-Drug]


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A new drug for recovering alcoholics has been approved by the FDA.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Atlanta, GA]

The drug Campral, has been used in Europe for years. Campral is designed to block certain neurotransmitters in the brain that would cause a recovering alcoholic to crave another drink. Doctors caution that it may not be effective in patients who are actively drinking at the start of treatment or who have used other substances in addition to alcohol. The side affects are mild and there is no potential for abuse of the drug. Doctors do warn those with severe kidney or liver failure and pregnant or breast feeding women not to use Campral.
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[Sheriff-Planes]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Bedford County authorities now have an eye in the sky.
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[SUPER=03-Bedford Co.;]

Sheriff Mike Brown introduced an Air Wing Group today. The four volunteer pilots and five planes will provide aerial support for law enforcement, search and rescue, and homeland security efforts. The program will be available twenty-four hours a day. This is the first program of its kind in Virginia but there are hopes it will spread to other local agencies.
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[S-Extra]


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The Avs and Hillcats celebrate Mayberry night. Plus, Mears win the Pocono pole. Joe Gibbs gets set to open camp. And the 3-on-3 charity hoop event is sold out. But first your Extra Point -
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[SUPER=04-West Virginia #11 In USA Today Top 25; :00]

The West Virginia Mountaineers are ranked a lofty 11th in the USA Today preseason coaches poll was released today. The Eers - who won seven of their last eight games a year ago are the preseason pick in the Big East with Rasheed Marshall and Kay-Jay Harris leading the way. UVa is 19th in the poll. The Hokies are not ranked.
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The Avs hosted the Lynchburg Hillcats tonight in a battle of last place teams.
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[SUPER=03-Salem; :00]

It was Mayberry Night over in Salem as the deputy was on hand to greet fans and sign autographs. Plus, the first 1,000 fans to get to the ballpark received a free Mayberry Deputy bobble head courtesy of Your Hometown Station.
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The deputy then delivered the opening pitch to get things started. Lynchburg wasted no time getting on the board. First baseman Ray Navarrette knocks this double into left field, sending center fielder Rajai Davis across the plate for the run. The Hillcats make it 3-to-nothing after three. Salem would come back take the lead with a four run fourth. Mark Saccomanno drives this RBI single down the third baseline and Ryan Stegall makes it home. Second baseman Pat Peavey is next at bat, and he hits a double to left field to plate Adam Seuss.
[super=37-Lynchburg/8/Salem/7;]

But the Cats get 3 in the ninth to win it 8-to-7.
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[S-Qualify]


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The Nextel Cup series drivers are in the Poconos this weekend sleeping those heart shaped beds and turning left on the wicked two and a half mile long triangle known as the Pocono raceway.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Long Pond, PA/NASCAR Images; :00]

This is how the place looked this morning and up until early afternoon as rain and fog shortened practice and pushed time trials back by more than as hour. But the wait was well worth it for the Casey Mears the driver of the Target Chip Ganassi Racing Dodge. He turned a lap of 171.720 miles an hour for his first career pole in 56 tries. Mears is the nephew of four-time Indy 500 winner Rick Mears, but after a lackluster rookie season he almost didn't make it back in the Target Dodge. Now, his team owners' patience is paying dividends.
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[OUT Q=...A GOOD RACE."]
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Front row Joe Nemechek qualified on the front row by grabbing the outside pole. Here's the complete lineup for the Pennsylvania 500.
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The Redskins open Training Camp tomorrow in Ashburn and believe it or not, coach Joe Gibbs will be glad to hear some pads popping instead fans singing his praise.
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Gibbs made the statements this afternoon at Redskin Park at a pre-training camp news conference. He addressed the fact that he's carrying the weight of Redskins' fans everywhere on his shoulders.
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Gibbs says he's still the same workaholic coach he's always been, but that he now has a real appreciation for one of his fellow hall of fame member coaches who valued his sleep more during camp.
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Training camp at Ashburn is free and open to fans this weekend Tomorrow's practices are at 9am and 4:30pm. The team only practices once on Sunday at 4:30.

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The Bast Center at Roanoke College will be hooping it up tomorrow at Joe Gaither's 3-on-3 charity basketball tournament for ages 9 and up.
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This year SOLD OUT charity hoops will follow in the footsteps of CHIP's tug for tots - and all proceeds will benefit the Child Health Investment Partnership. Fans are welcome to come out to the Bast Center tomorrow from 9:30am to 6pm.
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[OUT Q=...GREAT THINGS IN THE VALLEY."]
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[Arnold]


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Elvis has one, Dr. Seuss has one, and now the Terminator turned Governor will have his.
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[SUPER=03-Graz, Austria;]

A stamp commemorating the famous body builder was released in his native Austria today. The stamp shows Arnold Schwarzenegger with the American and Austrian flags in the background. It was released today in honor of his 57th birthday. Austria was not the only country celebrating the birth of the bodybuilder.
[SUPER=03-Baghdad, Iraq;]

In downtown Baghdad there was a flex off between some of Iraq's most built men. The bronze oil that is commonly used by professional body builders was hard to come by in the war torn town, as a result some of the men used red paint, giving them an almost sun burnt appearance. (------------)