Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.


I thought about hanging it up.  After three years of campaigning, I thought I would have made some headway by now.  The talking heads on the news channels should be talking about me now.

There is a saying that “The message is more important than the messenger.”  When I first heard that saying, I thought the messenger said it so he wouldn’t get beat up.  But it really means that there is a right and a wrong, regardless of who is right and who is wrong.

Example:  If I said the sky is blue, then it is safe to assume the sky is blue.  If Barack Obama says the sky is blue, you shouldn’t automatically dismiss the color of the sky just because the person who said it is a politician.

This is where I try to make sense of things.  It doesn’t matter who runs on my platform as long as somebody does.  It’s just that right now I am most qualified to run on my platform because I know what I am talking about.

The Godfather of the Cinemafia has a new face:

Former US Senator Chris Dodd has been chosen by the Motion Picture Association of America to run the Cinemafia.

Former Senator Dodd will be paid $1.5 million per year to run the Cinemafia machine.  Now you know why movies are so expensive.  His duties will include running the Cinemafia, making the Cinemafia profitable, and ruining the lives of child actors like Miley Cyrus.

Now that the Cinemafia has a face, it will be easier to fight.  The easier the fight, the easier the victory.  Once we win this fight, the cost of going to the movies will become more affordable and child actors will no longer grow up to be train wrecks.


March 3, 2011 Posted by | campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , | 1 Comment

Ahmnodt Heare in Hospital

I should tell you that I am Ahmnodt Heare’s neighbor and not Ahmnodt Heare.  Mr. Heare was rushed to the hospital after he slipped on his rubber duckie in the bathtub.  I heard a loud thump as my condo is next to his.  I rushed over and was fortunate that his front door was unlocked.  I found him conscious, but quite disoriented.  The first clue that I felt he was disoriented was that he wanted to go to a movie.  He got out of the tub and was a bit wobbly.  The clincher that made me call 911 was when he asked me to look for his Celine Dion CD.

I don’t know Ahmnodt that well but from the few discussions we have had, I knew that he thinks the Motion Picture Association of America is evil and he thinks that Celine Dion is a Canadian spy sent to destroy the American music industry.

He told me where he keeps his passwords for his blog (in the office, underneath the “Hello Kitty” bobble-head doll. He told me to write what has happened to him and with any luck, he’ll be back to blogging tomorrow.  I had to cross out the location of the passwords because I don’t think Ahmnodt wants people to know that he keeps passwords underneath the “Hello Kitty” bobble-head doll.

I am hoping he is well and he will be released from the hospital either later today or tomorrow.

March 8, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

The People Have Spoken

I had a poll posted yesterday asking whether I should boycott the Super Bowl or if I should watch the Super Bowl and write down the movies sponsoring the Super Bowl and boycotting those movies.  75% of you chose the latter.

I will watch the Super Bowl tonight.  Tomorrow morning, as soon as the coffee kicks in, I will post the movies to boycott.  I didn’t write down the movies last year, but I remembered some of the movies advertised then were not scheduled until Memorial Day Weekend.  The Cinemafia’s own Motion Picture Association of America did not get a chance to rate the film.  (Hence; all of those “This movie has not yet been rated” disclaimers.)

Sit back and enjoy the game tonight.  If there is anything else you feel needs to be boycotted, please let me know and I will include them in tomorrow’s blog entry.

February 7, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, satire | , , , , , | Comments Off on The People Have Spoken


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