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Terminate the terminal

About a hundred anti-LNG protestors gathered at Bluffs Park today, not a bad turnout for an impromptu mid-week gathering. (Terminate the Terminal, that's their slogan.)

Some Malibu City Council members spoke, people bought nice t-shirts, the occasional dog walker and soccer player stopped by for a peek at the action. A few local news stations shot footage.

Although Arnold was due at Pepperdine this afternoon, the usual spot on the lawn used as a helipad remained empty. Check out the photo, where you can see white tents set up so the wide Pacific becomes a prop for the signing of California's landmark anti-greenhouse legislation.

All it would take for the LNG terminal project to disappear would be for Arnold, who's busy positioning himself as California's eco-warrior, to say "no." We'll see.
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