I promised you an update on the possible new employees for Tolley’s Topics.
When Lois Lion brought back seven really weird looking, big-eyed miniature monkeys from foreign countries, I admit I was a little skeptic.
After the interviews and auditions, I quickly learned that these are not your normal, everyday “weird looking, big-eyed miniature monkeys.” They have Super-Powers.
Don’t smirk and laugh behind my back. They also laughed at Superman and Wonder Woman.
Then the world realized that Clark Kent really did become Superman in a phone booth and when Lynda Carter spun around in a circle…she did become Wonder Woman.
So there….You Non-Believers.
I will shorten the drama for you people who are asking Santa for a Robot Dog this Christmas, but refuse to believe in Super Powers.
Our new Ghost Tarsier monkeys are incredible. Trust me on this.
When they cross their BIG AMBER EYES…they transform into real people with real personalities and real jobs and talents. It is amazing.
You will soon read the AMAZING interviews from our new Spies, they are:
Ernestine…..The Nosy Cell Phone Assistant ( One ringy dingy, Two ringy dingy)
Sidney……The Psychiatrist (who sells the notes from his patients)
Joe….The Bartender (everyone trusts and talks to their bartender)
Dominick….The Priest (Our Sinister Minister, who does not keep secrets)
Marie Laveau…The Fortune Teller (worked with Dr. Hook in Louisiana Voodoo country)
Cora….The Witch (can be evil or not, that just depends)
Whitney….The Whistle Blower (She tells everything)
We will be sending them all out tomorrow for their ‘On-The-Job Training’ to decide which spies we keep as permanent employees.
Help me pray for them. Lois Lion is very territorial. She absolutely hates sharing her Chelsea Clinton sized, 3 block apartment.
At the moment, she has placed each one in a fairly well-preserved shoe box in the far corner of her massive office.
Who knows….they may never return after their debut of interviews tomorrow.
The Ghost Tarsiers who “Tough It Out” will be rewarded with their own segment on Tolley’s Topics, titled:
We shall see.