TPOE/SBP - Hotep the Unfriendly GhostA long time ago in Ancient Egypt, the high priest Hotep was in his house, admiring a wax replica he had made of himself.
Hotep: (to the wax figure) Have I told you how beautiful you are? Your amulet, your nose, your eyes… (takes out wax eye to adjust it) A little lump side… (places eye back on figure) There! And now that I’ve been immortalized in wax, I have conquered all artistic media! Come now, my precious reflection, smile!
As the overweight priest moved the corners of the wax replica’s mouth to smile, a crashing sound came from outside! Hotep frowned, and his wax replica did the same!
Outside, Prince Rameses and Prince Moses were playing some odd game. When Rameses told Moses to make his move, the younger prince moved a Sennett piece by blowing on it, while Rameses moved a large rock before letting it drop to the ground and break.
Rameses: (to Moses) You’ve just lost three points! (climbs a fig tree and sha
The Beanpole of Notre Dame Ch 19Shortly after Science Fiction left, Moses was just getting ready to leave the cathedral and find the Court of Miracles on his own. When he opened the door, though, a voice came from above, and a familiar beanpole man appeared.
Moses gasped in alarm as he clutched his chest. Oncelermodo jumped down and whispered, “Shhh! I’m coming with you!”
“I’m glad you changed your mind,” the former captain said with a smile.
“I’m not doing it for you, I’m doing it for her!” added Oncie, who cautious about Tzipporah.
“You know where she is?” asked Moses.
“No, but she said that this would help us find her,” said the beanpole as he pulled up the charm his gypsy friend gave him.
Moses looked at the charm with a smile and said, “Good, good, good.” He then frowned and said, “Ah, great. What is it?”
“I’m not sure,” said Oncie.
“Hmmmm, it must be som
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