Ahmnodt Heare for President

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A Different Kind of Trade

Trades are commonplace in sports. Most trades involve one or more players for one or more players. Cash is sometimes involved in these trades. There are incidents when coaches are traded. Until now, these trades involved the same sport. My trade proposal involves the first intersport trade since the Montreal Canadiens acquired Youppi from the Montreal Expos.

My trade involves trading players from two different sports.  I would trade Washing Nationals outfielder Nyjer Morgan to the Pittsburgh Penguins for Sidney Crosby.  This trade benefits both teams.  The Penguins would acquire a speedy forward who can check and fight.

This video shows Nyjer Morgan’s checking ability with a catcher (who is wearing much more protection) and his ability to fight.  These skills are required in the NHL.

This video shows Sidney Crosby hitting a baseball out of PNC Park in Pittsburgh.  Crosby will be the perfect batter to protect Ryan Zimmerman and Adam Dunn in the lineup:

This trade will help two teams in two different sports.  Some of the best decisions are those made outside the box.

September 9, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on A Different Kind of Trade

Ultimate Show of Support

On Monday, November 30, come join us at Madison Square Garden in New York City as the New York Rangers host the defending Stanley Cup Champions Pittsburgh Penguins.  We will try to get as many supporters as possible to show off our tattoos of support facing the rink.

Come to Madison Square Garden on November 30 and show your support for Independent Presidential Candidate Ahmnodt Heare!

Come to Madison Square Garden on November 30 and show your support for Independent Presidential Candidate Ahmnodt Heare!

Game time is 7:00PM.

October 2, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, endorsement, humor, satire | , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Is the NHL Ran by the Cinemafia?

For those of you who missed last night’s game between the Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins (Probably most of you, since few people in the United States watch hockey), my Capitals were robbed last night.  The Penguins won in overtime 4-3.  I have a huge issue with how the Penguins scored the winning goal in overtime.

The bogus tripping call against Capitals forward Milan Jurcina was minor compared to the trip against Capitals forward Alexander Semin.  Anybody who follows hockey knows that the Penguins have gotten a lot of calls since Sidney Crosby started playing for the Pens.  It was the same deal when Mario Lemieux was in his prime with the Penguins.

Sally Jenkins of the Washington Post suggests that we have a “Sports Czar.”  This appears to be a good idea on the surface.  I would hope that any Sports Czar would have no ties to the Cinemafia.  Otherwise, we would have the same problem in all sports, not just hockey.

May 10, 2009 Posted by | Ahmnodt, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, satire | , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Is the NHL Ran by the Cinemafia?

Go Capitals!

Sometimes I get so busy doing things in my campaign, I don’t have time to pay attention to the Washington DC sports teams.  And now that I am in the New York metropolitan area, I have fewer opportunities.  I caught the first four games of the Capitals’ series against the Rangers before being busy campaigning.  Alex Ovechkin and the Caps roared back from a three-games-to-one deficit to win the series.   I hope Simeon Varlamov stays healthy.  If he gets hurt and we go back to Jose Theodore, then we’re screwed.

Go Caps Go!

May 5, 2009 Posted by | Washington | , , , , | 2 Comments

   

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