Ahmnodt Heare for President

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Raising a Daughter

Tonight is a must-listen show if you are a parent raising a young daughter.

Ahmnodt Heare is a part-time father of a young girl. Like many other fathers, he is concerned about his daughter’s future. He will examine what to watch for in children’s shows so that your daughter doesn’t end up in the same trap as Britney Spears, Lindsay Lohan, and Miley Cyrus. – From tonight’s show

Be sure to listen at 9PM Eastern / 6 PM Pacific and call in (347)-945-7487 for any questions you may have.

October 19, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, blogtalk radio | , , , , , | 9 Comments

The Long Fight

I have to overhaul my entire campaign strategy.  I had to cancel the Walk-a-Thon for Affordable Entertainment Awareness after I heard the news that the Cinemafia has struck again,  The video I am about to post might have people accuse me of showing child pornography, but it is important to show how low the Cinemafia has sunk and why I have to fight harder:

This is troubling for many reasons.  Miley Cyrus is still a minor, but she will turn 18 next month.  This video is probably the Cinemafia’s last salvo at pimping Ms. Cyrus while she is still under 18.   It is their last attempt to appease to the bald middle-aged fat men living in their parents’ basements.  The Cinemafia is this demographic except that they moved out of their parents’ houses.

I saw my daughter this weekend.  She wants me to take her to a Miley Cyrus concert.  It’s not happening.  Not any time soon.  And the toughest part of being a parent is that the Cinemafia keeps pimping minors for their pleasure.  It works in cycles.  The cycle works like this:

  • Find a cute girl aged 11 or 12.
  • Star her in a show geared at 7-year-old girls.
  • Let her “discover” her sexuality when she is 14 or 15.
  • Make her star in a risqué and controversial video when she is 16.
  • Let her do a borderline-slutty video when she is 17.
  • Toss her aside once she turns 18 and watch her life become a train wreck.

Britney Spears started out as a Mouseketeer.  Lindsay Lohan started out as a child model.  Look at their careers from childhood to today.  Get ready for hearing Miley Cyrus in the news over her escapades in the years to come.  Watch the shows currently aimed at young girls.  It will be easy to spot the Cinemafia’s next tool of sexual deviance.

Spread the word, especially if you are the father of a young child like I am.  Find out what your children are watching and who they are watching.  Be a stronger influence on your child than her favorite show is on her.

October 12, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , | 3 Comments

Bad Timing

One of the pitfalls of having a campaign that is picking up momentum and organizing a popular event is that sometimes people pick the oddest times to want to talk about it.  I was having dinner at Denny’s with my seven-year-old daughter when people started asking me questions about “Orgies for Abstinence.”

I have come to accept that there will be situations where people will want to see me and I will have some less time with my daughter than I would like.  It is part of the territory with running for President of the United States.  But there are some questions that should not be asked around children.  Not my child, not your child, not Gomez and Morticia Addams’ child.

A seven-year-old has no business knowing about “Orgies for Abstinence.”  She doesn’t need to know what an orgy is.  She doesn’t need to know what abstinence is (but it would help if she abstained.)  She definitely doesn’t need to see her father tripped up when she asks what an orgy and abstinence are.

I would like to thank everybody for their continued support for my campaign and the unbridled enthusiasm many have towards “Orgies for Abstinence.”  If you have any questions, feel free to ask (discreetly).

April 3, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , | Comments Off on Bad Timing

2009 in Review (Part 3)

Today I will review the important things I have learned from July through September 2009. In July I learned that people were paying attention to what I had to say about the Cinemafia.  Unfortunately I learned in August that more had to be done, even on my part.  I also learned not to plan an excursion just before a cross-country walk-a-thon for Affordable Entertainment Awareness.

September was brutal.  I learned some of the pitfalls of being a parent and political event planning doesn’t always draw the crowds one would expect.

I have learned much about peaks and valleys.  For every Saguache County, there’s a place where nobody has heard of me or would rather vote for anybody else than vote for me.

December 26, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, commentary, humor, issues, politics, satire | , , , , , | Comments Off on 2009 in Review (Part 3)

Questions Parents Should Not Hear

I was shocked to see Patricia’s mother and Patricia at my door this morning.  A childhood friend of Patricia’s mother passed away yesterday in Minnesota and wanted me to watch Patricia for a few days.

I wish I remembered the name of Patricia’s mother.  It was a one-night stand, but the result of the one-night stand was Patricia.  I should ask Patricia what her mother’s name is, but I should find a way to ask without suggesting I have no idea what her mom’s name is.)

I was watching one of the news stations when a commercial for Viagra was on.

“Daddy, what is Viagra?”

Why are there commercials for Viagra on during the day when children are at home and want to be informed with what is going on in the world.

“It’s a medicine for old men.”

“What is it for?”

“I don’t know, Patricia.  I’m not an old man.”

I managed to dodge that bullet.  We were watching “The Golden Girls” on the Hallmark Channel.  There was a commercial for Pamprin.  I tried to distract Patricia by telling her she can have a glass of fruit juice, but she was fixated on the television.

“Daddy, what’s Pamprin?”

“It’s a medicine for women.”

“What does it do?”

“I don’t know…  You’ll have to ask a woman.”

Before she could ask another question, I decided that we have watched enough television and that we should go to the park.

September 7, 2009 Posted by | commentary, editorial, humor | , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

   

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