Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

The Cinemafia is Gaining Strength

Just when it looked like the Cinemafia was dying, it gets back up and fights back.  People are going to movies again for some demented reason.  “”Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1” has grossed over $125 million so far.  More people are seeing movies at home through NetFlix or cable or satellite.  The Cinemafia has even taken stealth attacks on my campaign.

There is a website called “Our Campaigns” that is a interactive database of political candidates and races.  My campaign manager set up my page a while ago and gave my rating a “10”.    The Cinemafia has recently gotten word about the page and started voting me down.  My overall rating is now a dismal 3.33.

All is not last.  I am still running for President despite whatever action the Cinemafia does to try to knock me off my rocking horse.  People are still seeking a viable candidate who is neither a Democrat or a Republican.  America wants change.  Americans want to be Americans again.  There was a media search company who has searched my website.  I have a good feeling I will soon be interviewed.

The fight against the Cinemafia is far from over.  We must continue to do whatever it takes to weaken them.  Together we can win.  Together we will win.

November 23, 2010 Posted by | campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, humor, politics, satire | , , , , , | 1 Comment

Special Report – The High Cost of Entertainment

Many people watch the Super Bowl for the game.  For those who missed it, the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17.  Some people don’t watch it for the game, but for the commercials.  The price to buy a 30-second ad for this Super Bowl was $2,500,000.

The Cinemafia dropped $20,000,000 dollars on ads during the Super Bowl.  This amounts to 2,051,282 movie tickets that have to be sold just to break even with the ads.  This does not include millions blown on production or paying high school students minimum wage to run the concession stands and the ticket booth.

The boycott starts this Friday with “The Wolfman”.  Picket the movies listed on their release dates.  Tell movie goers to hold out on going to movies until the prices become affordable again.  Otherwise the Cinemafia will blow more money to lure us to spend more money to watch more bad films.  Universal Studios added insult to injury by spending $2.5 million for a theme park based on a movie that is no longer showing in “Harry Potter”

Below is some information about the movies to boycott:

Half of the movies have yet to be rated.  A few movies are full of actors I have never heard of.  One of the movies doesn’t come out until the Fourth of July weekend.  Better versions of “The Wolfman”, “Alice in Wonderland”, and “Robin Hood” have already came out years ago, so why would I want to spend $9.75 for a movie that I already know how it’s going to end?

February 8, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Special Report – The High Cost of Entertainment

   

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