Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.

The New Battle Part II

The other day I mentioned my dislike of stores having “Black Friday” sales early Thanksgiving evening.  Today, pop-up ads will get to feel my wrath.  They suck – here’s why:

I have a computer that is pretty old.  Though my internet speed is pretty fast, it takes a while for the processor in my computer to process all of the data that streams to the computer.  I like to log on the computer, read what I need to read in e-mail and news sites, and get off to do things I have to do.
Pop-up ads are speed bumps on the information superhighway.  (It’s been a while since anyone has used the term, “Information Superhighway”, hasn’t it?)  Things go smooth until the computer hangs waiting for an ad to pop up.  the most annoying part of these pop-up ads is that they are NEVER for anything I want or use.  I have yet to spend a dime from ads shoved in my face.  I am baffled that people buy products from ads that are annoying.

How many of you have you ever tried the product above?  I never had, largely because I could only stand,hearing  “HEAD-ON! APPLY DIRECTLY TO THE FOREHEAD!” once or twice before the urge to throw the remote control through the television screen becomes strong enough to give the person applying the product a worse headache.

Advertising is a large part of life.  I have no problems with ads that are properly placed and aren’t annoying.  If I wanted to get irritated, I would have gotten married.  When I’m at home or at work, I want things to go as smoothly and as pleasantly as possible.  Prostitution is a multibillion dollar-per-year business without using ads because prostitutes know that they can’t sell their services if the johns get annoyed.
My solution is strong, but it will work with help from those of you who are annoyed as I am:

  1. Boycott the products that are popping up,  That alone will not be enough as I don’t buy pop-ups, but it’s the foundation of steps needed to stop pop-ups.
  2. Write to the webmaster stating your displeasure in popup ads.
  3. (If the first two steps do not work) Boycott the static ads that aren’t popping up.  One might say that it’s unfair that legitimate ads be boycotted, but so is shoving ads in your face and hogging up resources on your computer.
  4. Quit visiting that website.  If nobody goes to a website, nobody will buy ads because nobody will see ads.

I haven’t made many campaign promises, but I promise to be less annoying than either the Republican, Democratic, or Green Party candidates. (And equally as annoying as the Libertarian Party candidate.)  Together, we can quit getting annoyed.

October 24, 2014 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, Democrats, editorial, humor, Republicans, satire | , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on The New Battle Part II

Campaign Polls

This is something I will do a couple times a year.  I am going to ask a few poll questions so my campaign can keep a pulse on the heartbeat of America.  The campaign will not be collecting any personal information in the poll.  You may send your personal information (Name, address, phone number, mother’s maiden name, and social security number) to ahmnodtheare-at-politician-dot-com.

 

March 14, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, Democrats, election, humor, Poll, Republicans | , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Campaign Polls

A Reply to James Tyler’s Blog Entry

http://youngandconservative.com/2010/02/18/why-2010-should-be-a-good-year-for-third-parties

It is a good blog entry and is worth reading.  There is just one thing I would like to add to it though.  I believe that third parties and independents like myself have to find a way to inflict damage to one of the major parties. (I mean both, but one at a time.)

2009 was the ideal time to kick the Republicans out of relevancy.  I think that third parties should pool some resources and run ads explaining to people the damage that Republicans and Democrats have done to our liberties and to our country with runaway spending.  If ads were ran during the Republicans’ darkest hour, more people would have been drawn to the Libertarian and Constitution Parties.  Likewise, if ads were ran in November and December about the Democrats’ inability to pass health care reform, this could have helped the Green and Socialist parties.

People need to know what is happening to our country and that there are alternatives to the two parties people keep voting for.

February 22, 2010 Posted by | commentary, Democrats, editorial, election, politics, Republicans | , , , , , , | 1 Comment

What is in Store

It will be a busy week for me working this week.  Most of it is due to workload, but a portion of the time is because I will spend some time in Dixville Notch, NH campaigning.  For those of you not familiar with Dixville Notch, it is a small community in New Hampshire.  The residents there vote at Midnight on Election Day.  Soon after everybody is finished voting, the town sends out a press release with the results.  It is sometimes used as a barometer to fortell how the country is doing.  (Though it’s not always accurate as Libertarian Party candidate Harry Browne won Dixville Notch in 1996.

This week will probable be limited to snippets of replies to the events taking place this week.  (Some Olympics news and my reaction to them as well as the usual stuff going on in Washington.)

The good news isn’t just that the United States defeated Canada 5-3 in men’s hockey last night.  What is also good is that there doesn’t seem to be any Cinemafia spies masquerading themselves as referees or any other sporting event officials.  I would like to take a moment to thank Canada for keeping the games clean and not letting officiating affect the outcomes of games and events.

February 22, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Canada, commentary, election, humor | , , , , , , , | Comments Off on What is in Store

I Should Have Ran as a Libertarian

I was reading some blogs last night about the Libertarian Convention, most notably “Last Free Voice.”  The blog was commenting on how unlibertarian some of the candidates are.  I might not agree with everything the Libertarian Party stands for, but I think they would like parts of my platform.

I am sure they would like my “Life begins at 40” position on abortion.  I also think that although it’s not totally libertarian, they would think of my “video surveillance on only the hottest women” position as a good start. 

I may not be the most libertarian candidate.  But I am pretty sure that I am more libertarian than Bob Barr, Wayne Alan Root, or Mike Gravel.  I am not too sure that Tucker Carlson is going to be elected, being that nobody knew he was considering running until yesterday.

 

May 23, 2008 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, election, issues, Platform, satire | , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on I Should Have Ran as a Libertarian

   

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