Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

Taking the Fight to the Next Level

I have been vocal against the CineMafia for years.  I have pointed out not just the fact that movie-going is expensive, but I had always assumed that because they are called the “CineMafia” (mostly by me), that their evil-doings were limited to the happenings in Hollywood and the silver screen.  This is sadly not the case.  The CineMafia has infested itself into the sports world (especially at the collegian level.)

First there was Jerry Sandusky at Penn State.  This Cinemafioso had the audacity to start a non-profit for children.  Now Syracuse University’s assistant coach Bernie Fine was fired after it has been discovered he had inappropriate relations with three children.  I have written about the CineMafia exploiting children for a while.  For a complete list, type in Ahmnodt Cinemafia in the search engine of your choice.

This is a a multi-level problem that requires a multi-level solution.  There is the cost of entertainment issue, the quality of entertainment issue, and especially the exploitation of children issue.

Who exactly is the CineMafia?  They are the power brokers in the following industries:

  • Movies
  • Sports
  • Other things

With the high cost of low-quality entertainment, Americans have less money for important things like food, housing, clothing, and booze.  Entertainment has to get better and more affordable.  Entertainers and those who run their businesses have to learn these two rules about children:

  • Keep your hands to yourself
  • Keep it in your pants!

I am currently expanding my plan and will unveil it in the days to come.  In the words of Nirvana, “Here we are now.  Entertain us!”  But don’t gouge our wallets while doing it.

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November 28, 2011 - Posted by | campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, entertainment, issues, satire | , , , , ,

4 Comments

  1. I didn’t realize cinemafia moved into sports.

    Comment by bearmancartoons | November 28, 2011

    • Neither did I, though the signs were there. The price of attending a sporting event is expensive and the concession stand prices are worse than at a theater,

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | November 29, 2011

  2. gotta go with anything involving bloated, drug addled players. Could be players on the screen, Could be on a playing field.
    Bottom Line: Only people of means can afford to be debauched by either.
    Even myself. Which is the true tragedy.

    Comment by Rachael Black | December 1, 2011

    • It was different with players on drugs. They used drugs to enhance their performance. And because drugs aren’t cheap, they needed to be paid more and the price to see a sporting event was justified. But now that the quality of play has diminished and players are no longer buying drugs, ticket prices should be lowered immediately.

      Comment by Ahmnodt Heare | December 1, 2011


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