Reviewers are sayin' that Arnold Schwarzenegger's new memoir "Total Recall" should instead be titled "Selective Memory", for his failure to dig deep into the scandals surrounding his life. Instead, he paints a portrait of himself as a reasonable guy who scored amazing accomplishments, and made a few mistakes, none of which he chooses to discuss at length in the book. For example, he apparently justifies his affair with the maid and his steroid use. Do ya think the terminator and former governator should disclose all of his dirty little secrets in his memoir, or are some things best left unsaid?
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