The reason he wrote the sentence was not only because he was old, but because when the governor of California opened the hotel with the statue in front of him.
The hotel officials told Arnold: "At any time you can come and have a room reserved in your name.
When Arnold left judgment and went to the hotel, the administration refused to give him a room arguing that the hotel was fully booked.
He brought a cover and slept under the statue and asked people to imagine it.
He wants to convey a message that when he was in a position they were praising him, and when he lost this position they forgot and did not fulfill their promise to him.
Yes, times have changed. Do not trust your position or your owner or your power or your intelligence. All of this will not last.
In life after death
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The true story is around January 2016
The movie star and former governor of California poked a little fun at himself today while in Columbus, Ohio, pretending (we assume) to take a snooze next to the big bronze statue of his bodybuilder self that lives outside the Greater Columbus Convention Center.
"How times have changed," Schwarzenegger captioned a photo on Instagram in which the scruff-sporting star bundled up in a sleeping bag in front of the statue, which was installed permanently in the capital city, sight of the annual Arnold Fitness Festival, in 2014.