Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Weather Woes

I did not want to do a lot of traveling in January and February, but it seems that’s when people want me to speak the most.  Many of these speaking engagements are within a two hour drive from where I live.

I am concerned about bad wintry weather and traveling  on roads as slick as Bill Clinton.  There is also the concern of putting a ton of miles on my 1997 Geo Metro.  The car wasn’t too bad when I was living in North Carolina because it didn’t snow much there.  New Jersey gets a lot of wintry weather (snow, ice, and fog).  The roads were icy today and I couldn’t make the trip to the gas station to buy cigarettes and toothpicks.

I will buy studded snow tires next week and save them for days that I have to travel for campaigning or beer runs.  Driving carefully will also make my trips safer.  This will include not drinking the beer while returning from the store.

There is nothing planned during the week.  I will be attending a Festivus party next weekend.  I hope no big men are there because the “Feats of Strength” always wears me out.

If anybody knows how to write wikis, here is the link to my name.

December 13, 2009 - Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, humor, satire | , , , , , , , ,

3 Comments

  1. 1997 Geo Metro? You need a more “presidential” car, lad. A LeBaron or a LeSabre – something with some heft to it. SOme gravitas!

    Comment by Donald Mills | December 13, 2009

  2. I really need to know what you were planning to do that required a special run for toothpicks….I’m sure you already had floss at home.

    Comment by David | December 13, 2009

  3. David, I am building a replica of RFK Stadium with the toothpicks. It was originally be a replica of FedEx Field, but I sometimes rush myself, which makes me get a little sloppy, which makes the replica a little unstable. Just like RFK Stadium.

    Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | December 13, 2009


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