Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

Listen to Billy Ray

Before reading the rest of this post, I invite you to read this prediction I made back in October about Miley Cyrus:

Billy Ray Cyrus, once best known as being a country singer, is now best known for being Daddah Montana.  He is the father of “Hannah Montana” star Miley Cyrus.  He recently said in a GQ interview that he regrets allowing Miley to play the role of Disney’s  “Hannah Montana.”  He is also comparing his daughter to Kurt Cobain and Anna Nicole Smith.  The comparison isn’t their talent or their looks but their lifestyle.  He feels that Miley will die young due to drug abuse.

Billy Ray blames Miley’s latest behavior on her “handlers.”  Her handlers are no doubt Cinemafia confidants.  Now that Miley is an adult, they can no longer have their deviant fantasies about her so they are doing everything in their power to ruin her life.

This is why I have been boycotting all entertainment produced by the Cinemafia.  Not only have they ruined American entertainment (“Hanna Montana” wasn’t a good show), but it has ruined the lives of the entertainers who perform in Cinemafia productions.  I am strongly urging you and your loved ones to quit supporting the Cinemafia and their sponsors.


February 16, 2011 Posted by | commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , | 8 Comments

The Cinemafia Has Infected Television

The Cinemafia had kept its damage to the movie industry until recently.  Any damage it had done to the music and television industries had been subtle and I apologize for not addressing those issues sooner.

Last week MTV premiered a show called “Skins.”  This show has all of the makings of a Cinemafia production.  Underage children drinking, doing drugs, and frolicking naked has no business in the entertainment industry.  None.

To the credit of most major advertisers, they have been pulling their ads from “Skins”.  People do not want to see naked children doing drugs and having sex.  If we see a pup-tent shaking in a teenager’s bedroom, we want it to be because there is an earthquake, not because there two underage children are re-enacting “Afternoon Delight.”

Kudos to Wrigley Gum, H&R Block, and Subway for pulling their ads from the show.  They are all fine organizations and their spokespeople have apologized for sponsoring the first show.  I can understand this.  As somebody who works in marketing and advertising, I know there is a certain assumption that my clients have in where their products are advertised.  They expect that television shows will not be viewing shows containing child pornography.

I do not know which companies are planning to advertise on “Skins”.  I won’t know first hand as I have no intention of watching doped up naked children just to find out who to boycott.  If you know who is still running ads on “Skins”, please leave a comment below.  I’d boycott MTV altogether, but J-Woww is a hottie.  She’s also over the age of 18.

January 26, 2011 Posted by | campaign, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , | 6 Comments

So You Want Your Child to be a Star?

I will not be blogging too much about it today because I will have a whole show dedicated to it tomorrow.  There are a few things I will mention today because people can’t wait until tomorrow to find out.

I ran for President in 2008 to make entertainment affordable.  As I researched into why entertainment is so expensive, I came across the Cinemafia,  For the longest time, I thought the Cinemafia was just an organization that wanted to make entertainment expensive.  Then I noticed the way they subliminally promoted sex amongst children.  (Ever notice that the only people who consider 12-year old children to be “adults” to be movie theaters?)  Movie theaters are ran by the Cinemafia.  They consider 12-year-olds to be adults to make more money and to satisfy their sexual appetites.   They are a demented group of people and I vow to expose them and to stop them!  (NOTE:  By “expose”, I don’t mean like a flasher in a subway.)

If your child wants to be a star, you’ll want to listen to the show Tuesday at 9:00PM Eastern so you will know what you and your child will be getting into!

December 13, 2010 Posted by | blogtalk radio, campaign, commentary, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , | 2 Comments

Nothing to Show for It

Some of the best things in life are unplanned.  (I am not referring to the lack of birth control.)  What started out as a trip to the mall ended up with my giving the most positively received speech I had ever given.

I had gone to the Galleria at Crystal Run in Middletown, NY to meet up with a college friend at the Johnny Rockets restaurant in the mall.  Heavy traffic brought me to the upper level of the mall and I parked by the movie theater.  A teen-aged couple approached me when I entered the mall by the cinema multiplex.  They wanted me to decide between “The Last Exorcism” and “Machete.”  I told them they would be better off grabbing a bite to eat at Johnny Rockets than to waste their movie on a Cinemafia produced movie.  I wasn’t sure, but I thought I heard someone say, “It’s Ahmnodt Heare!” I suddenly went into speech mode.  Below is an excerpt of what I thought I said:

Once upon a time, movies were good and I found enjoyment in watching them.  Then one day somebody decided that not only was “Forrest Gump” the best movie in 1994, but Tom Hanks was the best actor.  I went and rented the other movies that were nominated.   There were a few things I noticed… Forrest Gump was the best movie, Tom Hanks was the best actor, and neither were as good as movies in the late ’70s and early ’80s…

…Not only has the quality of movies gotten worse, but it costs a lot more to see a poor movie today than it did to watch a quality movie twenty years ago.  One would think that the extra money would go towards the ticket-taker or one of the fine people working the concession stand or even the person who cleans the theater.THe only people seeing the extra money are the Cinemafia, and in a few cases, the theater owners.

By the time I had finished my speech, there were 50 or 60 people listening and applauding.  I was given a standing ovation.  (I don’t know if that was because they really loved the speech or that because there were no seats around.)  The friend i was supposed to meet was there and was filming the speech with an old camcorder.

We were going to have lunch at Johnny Rockets, but it had suddenly become crowded (mostly with people who were listening to the speech.)  It was off to the food court where we had lunch.  He told me that he was shocked that I had decided to run for President.  Most people who knew me in college would be equally shocked.  I was too interested in college life and having fun to think about politics.  I couldn’t tell you who my mayor was, but even then I knew I had no governor or senator because I lived in Washington DC.

My friend called me an hour ago with bad news:  The camcorder he used to tape my speech did not have any videotape in it.  He was going to transfer the video from VHS to a .mp4  and post the video on YouTube.  But since there was no tape, there will be no YouTube video link for me to post.

There is nothing additional to post besides this blog entry.  I blame most of this on myself because I did not bring my camcorder or my camera to record any of my actions.  It was a nice gesture by my friend to bring his camcorder even though he forgot the film.  This is a painful reminder to bring some sort of video recording device everywhere I go.  Excuse me while i go to the bathroom…

September 18, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, humor, issues, satire, speech | , , , , , | 2 Comments

You Have Spoken

The results are in from the latest poll.  It was a tie between allowing my fellow anti-Cinemafia posters to spam this blog and not allowing any spammers at all.  I have decided to let the people speak.  This means not allowing my vote to count.

Because my vote does not count, there will be no spam approved, not even from the friendly folks fighting the Cinemafia.  While I would have liked to approve these spam messages, this is your website.  (I’m just the guy who does all of the blogging, editing, promoting, etc.)

Some other candidates hear you and want you to shut up.  Others do not hear you at all.  Not only do I hear you, but I encourage you to speak your mind.  How can a president do the people’s work if he (or she) doesn’t know the work the people want done?

While my critics might see this as a victory for the Cinemafia, there are many wars yet to fight.  Together, we will defeat the Cinemafia.

September 17, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, humor, Poll, satire | , , , | 3 Comments

The Cinemafia vs. Spam

There are two things that infuriate me – The Cinemafia and Spam.  The Cinemafia irks me because they (as well as the Canadian Government) have watered down the quality of American entertainment while charging more money for the tainted entertainment.  Spam irritates me because people are trying to make money by posting their ads as responses to my postings without compensating me for my efforts.  I also hate spam because it doesn’t count as a reader in the stats provided by WordPress.

I have been put in a can’t win situation.  Lately I have been receiving spam from companies who offer movies for free.  I am torn about what to do in this situation:  On the one hand, spammers will be making money at my expense.  (While the movies themselves are free, the website does contain ads from which they would make money, but I wouldn’t receive a dime.  On the other hand, the Cinemafia would weaken as people would be getting movies for free instead of having to pay for them.

As President of the United States, I will be facing tough questions every day except for Vanna White’s Birthday.  Many of them I will be prepared to handle.  Whether I make the decision myself or after consulting my cabinet, I will think things thoroughly before making a decision.

Some decisions affect the American people more than others.  In situations that Americans are most affect, I will have a poll and let the people decide what is best for themselves.  This is one such occasion.  The poll is below:

The Poll is in effect until Friday September 17, 2010.

September 10, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, entertainment, humor, Poll, satire, Vanna White | , , , , | 5 Comments

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Ugly

It’s not going to be a Father’s Day I am going to forget any time soon.  It was more bad than good (as I think the title suggests) and the ramifications will be long lasting.

The Good – I received several e-mails and texts from supporters in the New York area who watched the Mets play the Yankees on the Mets’ network tell me that Keith Hernandez said, “I have been boycotting movies for quite a while now.” during the game.  I do not know if he is following my campaign, but it’s nice to see that others are boycotting the Cinemafia.

The Bad – I did not get to spend Father’s Day with my father.  I had bought him tickets for today’s Nationals game against the White Sox.  The tickets were put inside a card and placed on the kitchen counter.   I woke up around 8:00 this morning only to see an opened empty envelope.  My father was gone.  My mother said he was going to the game with his fishing buddies.

The Ugly – I did not get to see my daughter on Father’s Day.  In the ultimate twist of irony, her mother came over to pick her up Saturday Night and said she was taking Patricia out for ice cream.  They did not return.  I went to where Jeanetta was staying to pick up Patricia for the day before returning to help them move to my place.

The Ugly Ugly – Nothing was packed when I arrived.  There was no moving van.  There were no signs that they were ready to move.  I brought this to Jeanetta’s attention.  She told me that she started her job last month and that neither her nor Patrica were moving.  This lead to a shouting match with most of the shouting being done by me.  I rarely lose my cool, but I also rarely move out of a house I was happy with only to move into a three-bedroom house that I only moved to because Patricia’s mother and Patricia would need a place to live once the school year was over in Washington.

I’ll be spending the night at my parents’ house and leave at 4:00AM.  I should be back home and working by 10:00.  Hopefully, I will figure out what to do with the extra room by then.  I should have listened to David.

June 20, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, humor | , , , , , , , | 5 Comments

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