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- December 30, 1991
- Vol. 36
- No. 25
Atten-Hut! The General and the Terminator Vie for Our Coveted Flexed Bicep Awards
In the summer must-see, Terminator 2, Arnold rid the world of a hard-wired assassin called T-1000. But hell, Norman zapped an entire army of droids—and without help from that Hamilton woman.
Norman stands 6'3", weighs 240 lbs. and cinches a 42" belt. Arnold is 6'2", 210 lbs. and could stash a YIELD sign in his shirt. His chest: 57"; waist: 31". Now there's the beef.
Norman's IQ is a reported 170. Arnold's is classified, but he was smart enough to stay clear of cousin-in-law Willie Smith's trial.
Norman likes to watch Jeopardy! and Cheers. Arnold's tastes are likewise just-folks, though he favors shows hosted by Maria Shriver.
Arnold pumps iron. To us, that's work. Norman shoots skeet and casts for salmon. To us, that's play.
Norman raids his freezer for mint-chocolate-chip ice cream. I White House fitness czar Arnold just can't say no to cigars—7-inch vintage Davidoff Dom Perignons ($25 per, by way-of Cuba). Stogies beat sweets, hands down.
HONOR AND OBEY
Norman takes out the garbage. Arnold—clearly no girly-man—doesn't.
Norman drives a Toyota Land Cruiser and now flies like the rest of us: commercial. Arnold owns a $44,000 Army Humvee, as well as one more jet than Pan Am (a 19-pas-senger Gulfstream III).
Who can forget Arnold's "I'll be beck"? But Norman's "I'm no hero" recalls Bogie and the Duke; nice touch of class.
AND THE ENVELOPE, PLEASE
Think it was easy engineering a tie? Think we want either of these guys mad at us?
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