Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Coming Soon – The Manifesto for the Best America Ever

I had a dream, I had an awesome dream (more awesome than Lionel Ritchie’s dream).  The dream was full of symbolism I don’t understand.  The one symbol I did understand was the pencil in the toilet.  Everybody knows that means manifesto.  I know it was a dream and not a nightmare because I didn’t wake up in the middle of the night crying for mommy or look for my teddy bear.  The fifty-foot woman in a cat suit was a hottie, but I am not sure if that involved the manifesto or was another awesome dream.)

There are a few things to figure out before I present my manifesto:

  • The significance of the digital clock at the bank showed the time and temperature in Roman numerals.
  • Why “Guns and Roses” was performing “Touch Me in the Morning”.
  • The 53 boxes of Wheat Chex in my refrigerator.
  • Why Brian Williams, Scott Pelley, and Chris Wallace were wearing bathrobes and sitting on my couch drinking Dr. Pepper.

If you can interpret dreams, you’ll have a head start as to what my manifesto will entail.  I will be posting the manifesto next week and possibly discuss it in more detail on my podcast a week from Friday.


September 6, 2011 Posted by | campaign, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , , | 9 Comments

Warnings Come to Fruition

For the last three years (It will officially be three years next Monday), I have been warning about the Cinemafia and the damage they are doing to the American entertainment industry.  Everything I have discussed is happening.  All one has to do is to look at the Super Bowl on Sunday.

The first lesson that entertainers should have learned from the Super Bowl is that if you are going to sing a song, know the words.  This is especially true when singing the host country’s National Anthem.  “Artistic Interpretation” is a code phrase for, “Not Talented Enough to Do It Right.”    To Christina Aguilera’s credit, she did not blame her sing the wrong words to “The Star Bangled Banner” on artistic interpretation.  Some of her die-hard fans did though.  There is a difference between the two.

Christina Aguilera might have flubbed a few words, but she didn’t sound too bad.  The same couldn’t have been said for “Black-Eyed Peas.”  There was something wrong with the sound.  I like the Black-Eyed Peas, but this was the worst I have ever seen them.  Their sound was off and they had something that looked like dancing sugar cubes (that didn’t work).  Although peanut butter and chocolate go together, Black-Eyed Peas and Slash do not.  Some songs should never be covered because the song is so closely associated with the original artist.  “Sweet Child O’ Mine” is one of those songs.  If Fergie wanted to sing a “Guns and Roses” song, she should have sung, “It’s so Easy.”  Slash with Black-Eyed Peas was more like peanut butter and garlic.  It just didn’t work.

I am blaming all of this on Canadian spies.  The performers might have not been Canadian, but I bet whoever coordinated the entertainment and the sound was.  I bet Prime Minister Stephen Harper personally sent people down to Texas to sabotage the National Anthem and the halftime show.

Another point I want to make is that many of the commercials during the Super Bowl were for movies.  This is a Cinemafia staple.  The best halftime shows have had no influence by the Cinemafia.  The Cinemafia has tainted what was otherwise a good game between the Packers and the Steelers.

We must be vigilant in maintaining quality entertainment.  President Obama has shown no interest in maintaining integrity in the quality of American entertainment.  I will maintain integrity once elected.

February 8, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , , , | 4 Comments


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