The Governator Celebrates Our New Russian Park Service
Awesome, don't even have to do any PhotoShop...
I am more than familiar with the area around the Fairmont, where the hell did these asshats find a place to park while they sold our state parks to the Russians?
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at his side, toasted a groundbreaking international partnership to help state parks Tuesday -- and announced plans for a state trade mission to Russia which he said would be "very beneficial" for both parties to build partnerships in business and high tech.
There was business, diplomacy and celebrating in the evening, as Schwarzenegger welcomed and regaled Medvedev for the ceremonies and meeting at the Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco Tuesday.
The governor told the Chronicle in an interview that he was especially pleased that Medvedev chose California as his first stop in the United States, and that the Russian president was at his side to witness the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Russian-based Renova Group of Companies that will preserve California's Fort Ross State Historic Park, a Russian-American settlement dating from the 1800s.
"Russian private investment will help the state,'' Schwarzenegger said. "It's a great collaberation. [sic]"
First of all, let's not rag on the Chronicle for letting "collaberation" slip... in an Online publication... that would presumably contain some sort of spell check. And it is entirely possible that Schwarzenegger spoke it spelled wrong.
Second of all, do I even need to make the "vodka for pot" joke?