Ahmnodt Heare for President

Ahmnodt Heare For America… Ahmnodt Heare For You.


I have never been someone who retaliates or seeks revenge when someone does wrong to me.  Karma has a way of treating people in ways I can’t.  It also has a way of treating me better than most people can when I do an unexpected favor.  If you read my blog entry last week, I defended Mitt Romney and his tax returns.  He gave me a shoutout the  other day during an interview,  He knows that I care about poor people and he wanted the people watching the interview to know that.

Thank you, Governor Romney for the kind words and for getting the word out about my campaign.  It is very much appreciated.

Today was laundry day at the laundromat.  An elderly couple came to the laundromat with a lot of clothes that needed washing.  I held the door open for them.  As I was closing a door, a car slammed into the back of my car and drove off.  (This isn’t a good example of karma, but a good example of “No good deed goes unpunished.”)

No real campaigning is planned for this weekend.  It’s Super Bowl weekend and people are getting overly-hyped about the game, I live in New Jersey, about 50 minutes from MetLife Stadium, home of the Jets and one of the teams going to the Super Bowl.  I won’t mention the team, but will console in the fact that my Redskins beat them TWICE this season.  🙂


February 3, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, humor, Personal Life, politics, satire | , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Here They Come!

Brace yourselves, America!  Last night I received a text from my running mate Albee Thayer that there is a superPAC in the works in Texas that plans to run anti-Ahmnodt Heare ads on television and radio in February.  Their original plan was to run an ad during the Super Bowl, but NBC nixed the ad stating they do not run political ads during the Super Bowl.

If you are looking for an internship with a major media company, Then write NBC, tell them that Ahmnodt Heare does not have an embed for his campaign and that you are willing to be that embed.

Tonight will be the last debate (8:00PM EST – CNN) the Republicans will have until February 22.  This is good news for people who have been playing drinking games during debates because their livers will finally have a chance to heal.  I am the only presidential candidate to play drinking games while debating so I am the only candidate who feels the pain.

I still haven’t gotten a microphone for my computer so production for my video and radio ads are on stand-by.  I am hoping to have them both finished this weekend.

January 26, 2012 Posted by | Ahmnodt, Albee, debate, humor, politics, satire | , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Warnings Come to Fruition

For the last three years (It will officially be three years next Monday), I have been warning about the Cinemafia and the damage they are doing to the American entertainment industry.  Everything I have discussed is happening.  All one has to do is to look at the Super Bowl on Sunday.

The first lesson that entertainers should have learned from the Super Bowl is that if you are going to sing a song, know the words.  This is especially true when singing the host country’s National Anthem.  “Artistic Interpretation” is a code phrase for, “Not Talented Enough to Do It Right.”    To Christina Aguilera’s credit, she did not blame her sing the wrong words to “The Star Bangled Banner” on artistic interpretation.  Some of her die-hard fans did though.  There is a difference between the two.

Christina Aguilera might have flubbed a few words, but she didn’t sound too bad.  The same couldn’t have been said for “Black-Eyed Peas.”  There was something wrong with the sound.  I like the Black-Eyed Peas, but this was the worst I have ever seen them.  Their sound was off and they had something that looked like dancing sugar cubes (that didn’t work).  Although peanut butter and chocolate go together, Black-Eyed Peas and Slash do not.  Some songs should never be covered because the song is so closely associated with the original artist.  “Sweet Child O’ Mine” is one of those songs.  If Fergie wanted to sing a “Guns and Roses” song, she should have sung, “It’s so Easy.”  Slash with Black-Eyed Peas was more like peanut butter and garlic.  It just didn’t work.

I am blaming all of this on Canadian spies.  The performers might have not been Canadian, but I bet whoever coordinated the entertainment and the sound was.  I bet Prime Minister Stephen Harper personally sent people down to Texas to sabotage the National Anthem and the halftime show.

Another point I want to make is that many of the commercials during the Super Bowl were for movies.  This is a Cinemafia staple.  The best halftime shows have had no influence by the Cinemafia.  The Cinemafia has tainted what was otherwise a good game between the Packers and the Steelers.

We must be vigilant in maintaining quality entertainment.  President Obama has shown no interest in maintaining integrity in the quality of American entertainment.  I will maintain integrity once elected.

February 8, 2011 Posted by | Ahmnodt, campaign, cinemafia, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , , , | 4 Comments


Conference Championships: 1-1 Playoffs 4-6

Best Bets 0-1 Playoffs 0-2

All those “two-a-days” back in July has come to this:  The Green Bay Packers led by Brett Favre Aaron Rodgers and the Pittsburgh Steelers led by Ben Roethlisberger.  Since there is only one game this week (The Redskins earned yet another bye), then I will give a quarter-by-quarter analysis of how I see the game going:

Date & Time Favorite Spread Underdog
2/6 6:25 ET Green Bay -2.5 Pittsburgh

First Quarter: Third and goal on Packers 4:  Roethlisberger attempts to throws a post pattern to Hines Ward, only to be picked off by Charles Woodson in the end zone.  As Woodson runs out of the end zone, he is flattened by Flozell Adams and fumbles.  Rashard Mendenhall recovers the ball for an apparent touchdown, but Adams is called for holding.  First Quarter Score: Steelers 0 Packers 0.

Second Quarter: Dubbed as the “Most Boring Quarter in Super Bowl History”, the only “highlight” in this “three-and-out”-fest is an “illegal block in the back”  call on an 8-yard punt return.  Halftime Score:  Steelers 0 Packers 0.

Third Quarter: It’s the Rashard Mendenhall Show!  Mendenhall scores two rushing touchdowns in between a Packers field goal.  Third Quarter Score:  Steelers 14 Packers 3.

Fourth Quarter: Steelers about to put the game out of reach when a fat naked albino woman streaks across the field, making Roethlisberger queasy.  Clay Matthews Jr. intercepts a pass for a touchdown.  The play people will be talking about for decades will be Donald Driver throwing a touchdown pass to Aaron Rodgers, whom was wide open.   Final Score:  Steelers 14 Packers 17

February 4, 2011 Posted by | commentary, humor, NFL Picks | , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Today’s Blog Entry Canceled Due to Snow

Due to inclement weather in Northwestern New Jersey, I will not be blogging today.  There were a few things I wanted to write about:

  • Picketing theaters that planned on showing “The Wolfman” this Friday and letting moviegoers know that the commercial they saw on Super Bowl Sunday is a large reason why movies are so expensive.
  • Comment on the Senate hearing scheduled on Global Warming.  It turns out that the Global Warming hearing has been postponed due to snow.
  • Early results from my poll and what it means for my campaign.
  • Give hints on how to make your Facebook home page refresh correctly: (Go to the bottom of the page and click “Edit Options” and inserting 9999 in the number field.)

But since I am currently experiencing blizzard conditions, I will not be able to write about anything I wanted to mention today.

February 10, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, humor, Poll, satire | , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Today’s Blog Entry Canceled Due to Snow

Special Report – The High Cost of Entertainment

Many people watch the Super Bowl for the game.  For those who missed it, the New Orleans Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17.  Some people don’t watch it for the game, but for the commercials.  The price to buy a 30-second ad for this Super Bowl was $2,500,000.

The Cinemafia dropped $20,000,000 dollars on ads during the Super Bowl.  This amounts to 2,051,282 movie tickets that have to be sold just to break even with the ads.  This does not include millions blown on production or paying high school students minimum wage to run the concession stands and the ticket booth.

The boycott starts this Friday with “The Wolfman”.  Picket the movies listed on their release dates.  Tell movie goers to hold out on going to movies until the prices become affordable again.  Otherwise the Cinemafia will blow more money to lure us to spend more money to watch more bad films.  Universal Studios added insult to injury by spending $2.5 million for a theme park based on a movie that is no longer showing in “Harry Potter”

Below is some information about the movies to boycott:

Half of the movies have yet to be rated.  A few movies are full of actors I have never heard of.  One of the movies doesn’t come out until the Fourth of July weekend.  Better versions of “The Wolfman”, “Alice in Wonderland”, and “Robin Hood” have already came out years ago, so why would I want to spend $9.75 for a movie that I already know how it’s going to end?

February 8, 2010 Posted by | Ahmnodt, commentary, editorial, entertainment, humor, satire | , , , , , , , , , , | Comments Off on Special Report – The High Cost of Entertainment

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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