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Naming Hurricanes and Natural Disaster Prevention Reposts

NAMING HURRICANES

 

This was originally posted a few years ago.  It’s sad about people named Sandy, Katrina, and others constantly having their names associated with disasters.  Politicians love having things after them.  They have schools, post offices, parks, and streets named in their honor.  Why noy name a storm that does as much damage as their poor policies named after them?  Below are my original proposals for names.  They can be changed as new people get elected.  In order to show bipartisan fairness, there are two lists alternating between Democrats and Republicans.

  • The first tropical system will be named after Democrats in odd years and Republicans in even years.
  •  The names shall alternate between parties.
  • New names shall be used as old politicians retire or die.

Proposed Odd Year Names:

Akaka

Boehner

Clinton

Dole

Ellison

Foxx

Granholm

Hunter

Israel

Jindal

Kuchinich

Linder

Proposed Even Year Names:

Alexander

Biden

Crist

Dodd

Ensign

Feinstein

Guiliani

Hoyer

Inouye

Jackson

Kyl

Lautenberg

 

NATURAL DISASTER PREVENTION PROGRAM

Many politicians have come up with plans on what to do after a natural disaster happens.  They have plans (or should) for such disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, New Coke, and blizzards.  I believe I am the only presidential candidate who has a plan to prevent these disasters from happening to begin with.  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  (Especially with a weak dollar.)  Here are some of my prevention plans:

  • Hurricane prevention – The time to attack hurricanes is before it develops to a tropical depression.  Send a bunch of fans up in the air via weather balloon.  Point the fans into the wind, turn them on, and the wind from the fans will cause enough sheer to prevent hurricanes from developing.
  • Tornadoes – Tornadoes often form along a front, starting off as a thunderstorm.  As soon as it starts to become a thunderstorm, drop anti-static sheets into the clouds from above.  This will absorb enough power from the storm clouds to discourage further development.  The worst you will have is light rain with a slight breeze.
  • Earthquakes – I am among those who believe that earthquakes are caused by abnormalities that occur in orbit.  I would send satellites in space to monitor the orbit and send information of any abnormalities so they can promptly be taken care of.
  • New Coke – In my defense, I was only 12 years old when it came out.  Much to Coca-Cola’s credit, they soon realized what a fiasco they had and went back to something closer to original Coke.  (The only difference I noticed was that the sugar was replaced with high fructose corn syrup.
  • Blizzards –  I like them and don’t want to do anything with them.  The secret to enjoying a blizzard is to stock up on hot chocolate, chicken soup, alcohol, and marshmallows.  Make sure you are home before the snow starts so you don’t get stuck in it like I always did last year.

Instead of spending billions of dollars fixing things that break during disasters, we should spent a few dollars making sure disasters don’t happen.  This will save the economy and leave you with more money for booze and munchies.

July 3, 2014 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, environment, humor | , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Natural Disaster Prevention Program

Many politicians have come up with plans on what to do after a natural disaster happens.  They have plans (or should) for such disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes, earthquakes, New Coke, and blizzards.  I believe I am the only presidential candidate who has a plan to prevent these disasters from happening to begin with.  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.  (Especially with a weak dollar.)  Here are some of my prevention plans:

  • Hurricane prevention – The time to attack hurricanes is before it develops to a tropical depression.  Send a bunch of fans up in the air via weather balloon.  Point the fans into the wind, turn them on, and the wind from the fans will cause enough sheer to prevent hurricanes from developing.
  • Tornadoes – Tornadoes often form along a front, starting off as a thunderstorm.  As soon as it starts to become a thunderstorm, drop anti-static sheets into the clouds from above.  This will absorb enough power from the storm clouds to discourage further development.  The worst you will have is light rain with a slight breeze.
  • Earthquakes – I am among those who believe that earthquakes are caused by abnormalities that occur in orbit.  I would send satellites in space to monitor the orbit and send information of any abnormalities so they can promptly be taken care of.
  • New Coke – In my defense, I was only 12 years old when it came out.  Much to Coca-Cola’s credit, they soon realized what a fiasco they had and went back to something closer to original Coke.  (The only difference I noticed was that the sugar was replaced with high fructose corn syrup.
  • Blizzards –  I like them and don’t want to do anything with them.  The secret to enjoying a blizzard is to stock up on hot chocolate, chicken soup, alcohol, and marshmallows.  Make sure you are home before the snow starts so you don’t get stuck in it like I always did last year.

Instead of spending billions of dollars fixing things that break during disasters, we should spent a few dollars making sure disasters don’t happen.  This will save the economy and leave you with more money for booze and munchies.

March 2, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, environment, humor, issues, politics, satire | , , , , , | 3 Comments

An Addendum to my Education Policy

I was inspired to add to my education policy after reading the latest installment of Just Making Convo.  Fellow blogger Bea Schooled unfairly received an “F” on her viral marketing project.  Anybody who is into marketing for a living who has seen Bea’s excellent work knows that she is destined for greatness.  Her “While You’re Down There” campaign is catchy and reaches along a wide array of products and services.  Her teacher failed to see this.

The reason why her teacher failed to see Bea’s brilliance was obvious to me:  The teacher did not have a talent to get a real marketing job.  Insert, “Those who can’t, teach” here.  The problem with America’s colleges is that the colleges are full of professors who have teaching jobs because they couldn’t get a real job in the business world.

I find this to be unacceptable.  Professors should be experienced in their fields.  Not only should they be experienced, but they should be the best in their field.  The world is more than what is described in textbooks and thesis papers.  It is the experiences one can only learn from people who have fought the battles and won.

My plan is simple:  Get the best people to teach the courses needed in the business world.  Get the CEOs who know how to lay off workers to raise the value of their company’s stock.  Get the people who planned the “New Coke” marketing plan in the 1980s.  It might not have created the sales they liked, but people still talk about it in marketing circles.  Let Bernie Madoff teach investment students how to start their own ponzi scheme social security system investment firm.

Replacing those who can’t with those who can is not enough We need our professors to be those who have.

July 12, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, editorial, education, humor, issues, satire | , , , , | 7 Comments

   

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