I Am Not The Only One
I thought I was the only person willing to fight the Cinemafia head-on. People hate the Cinemafia, but don’t have the time or money to fight them. I don’t have the money to fight them (or the $10 jaywalking ticket I got last night), but a man in Michigan does. Joshua Thompson is my hero.
Joshua Thompson used to sneak his own food into a local theater unto the theater manager made a policy prohibiting food to be brought from elsewhere. Thompson retaliated by filing a lawsuit against the theater for violating anti-trust laws.
The reason for the anti-trust lawsuit is simple: The less competition there is, the more those in business can charge for a product or service. Marijuana is so expensive because it is illegal and most people can only get their weed from one dealer. The few people who can go to one dealer soon realize that all dealers get their stuff from the same CIA agent.
A large soda in a movie theater can cost $5 or more because people generally don’t bring soda from home. And the few who did before the crackdown on home-brought colas will soon experience a spike in the cost of concessions.
I am the only presidential candidate who has offered a viable way to make both movies and concessions more affordable as demonstrated in this video I made in 2008. The entire Ahmnodt Heare for President campaign team wishes Joshua Thompson and all others fighting the Cinemafia.
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