Inside the Mind of a Supporter
It is important for me to understand people. One tool I use to find new supporters is to interview current supporters and find out why they support me. I can then use this information and reach out to prospective supporters. This interview is with Scholar Mel. He is currently an ex-pat living in Germany. Prior to that, he was a pat living in the United States.
Ahmnodt Heare: Scholar Mel, tell me a bit about yourself.
Scholar Mel: Well I’m a teenage girl in my last year of high school and I’m looking forward to applying to college and deciding where to go in the fall.
Ahmnodt Heare: Why do you support Ahmnodt Heare to be the next president?
Scholar Mel: Because it’s beautiful.
Ahmnodt Heare: I understand you are currently living in Germany, Why is that?
Scholar Mel: No I am not, I am asking you what the number 42 means.
Ahmnodt Heare: The number 42 was the number worn by Jackie Robinson. It is retired from baseball, but it is you being interviewed.
Scholar Mel: That is also off topic, but I’ll let this one slip because I think it is an interesting concept.
Ahmnodt Heare: Do you think Ahmnodt Heare can undo the damage done by recent politicians?
Scholar Mel: Yes, why wouldn’t you be able to?
Ahmnodt Heare: Do you plan to return to America soon?
Scholar Mel: Maybe, would you like to help me?
Ahmnodt Heare: What kind of help do you need?
Scholar Mel: I need help, to help you.
Ahmnodt Heare: I’ll have my people contact you as soon as I have people.
Scholar Mel: That sound like a good plan.
Ahmnodt Heare: How do you think the German government will relate to an Ahmnodt Heare presidency?
Scholar Mel: Good, he is owsom.
Ahmnodt Heare: Thank you for stopping by. You can go back to what you were doing.
Scholar Mel: Up to no good?
Ahmnodt Heare: Probably.
Scholar Mel: What? Do you want it to end?
Ahmnodt Heare: I have to go campaign and stuff.
Scholar Mel: Where are you going?
Ahmnodt Heare: A few towns near me in New Jersey.
Scholar Mel: Isn’t it a little early in the year for snow in New Jersey?
Ahmnodt Heare: Have a good day.
Scholar Mel: You leaving?
Ahmnodt Heare: Yes.
Scholar Mel: Why?
Ahmnodt Heare: Bye.
Scholar Mel: I like you though.
Ahmnodt Heare: Thank you, but I am now running late. Bye!
Scholar Mel: Yay! :D.
He’s a nice fellow, but had a hard time understanding that I had to leave. I have learned from him (or is it her?) that I can win voters with my beauty.
This interview was conducted with Cleverbot.
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