by Jason Whong
Ambrosia Times: Hey hey hey! I'm the Ambrosia Times. And you are?
Jennifer Tontarski: I'm Jennifer. With 2 n's in my name, thank you.
AT: Could it be that you are the one sent from on high to liberate the workers from their yokage to that dastardly device known as the telephone?
JT: You could say so, altough I wouldn't choose the adjective "dastardly."
AT: It is truly a blessing to make your acquaintance. How do you find your job thus far? Are you enjoying yourself?
JT: Very much so! Everyone is being very patient with someone who's obviously so, shall we say, computer incompetent.
AT: Have you taken any additional roles in the Ambrosia Office?
JT: Ha,Ha. I have been deemed by the higher "authorities" as office mom, so you better eat your vegetables and wash behind your ears boys!
AT: Do you expect that young game fans and admirers will send you fanmail?
JT: Who,little ol' me?
AT: Where do you see yourself ten years from now? (No, we won't fire you if you give the wrong answer).
JT: Living in key west, on the beach, with nothing but a Harley for transportation, preferably chopped out, all black, not too picky on year or make.
AT: When you aren't slaying the ravenous phone-beasties, what other quests occupy your time, especially when you're roaming from the office?
JT: I haven't quite mastered any of the games, but, i've made an effort, mostly just trying to figure out all the technical stuff and getting to know the guys.
AT: Do you take sugar? One lump or two?
JT: I'm sweet enough already, but thank-you anyways.
AT: Do you have a favorite Ambrosia Game yet, or are you still learning about them because it is your third day?
JT: Why, I think they are all just wonderful, in fact, I think everyone should order two of each!
AT: And your favorite non-Ambrosia game?
JT: There are no other games, are there?
AT: I'm thinking of a number from 1 to 10. What is it?
JT: Being that you're of the male persuasion, i have a 50/50 chance, so I'll say 6.
AT: I'm told you will consider wearing Ambrosia sweaters and polo shirts, but that you will not wear the Ambrosia T-shirt. Are you too cool for T-shirts?
JT: It's not that I wouldn't be proud to display the company logo, I'm just not a t-shirt kind of girl. Give me one of those tiny t's and we'll talk.
AT: Ummm... I think I can have one manufactured. Is it rough working in an office with the rest of the Ambrosia Crew? Do they at least make sure you get your Corn Flakes with milk?
JT: Not at all. Everyones been very welcoming. I don't like cereal, sorry.
AT: And finally, do you do windows?
JT: Your wish is my command, kind sir.
AT: Thanks so much for your time, Mom. I mean, um, Jennifer. The world is truly your oyster. And the pearls contained within are the wisdom that flows from deep within your aura and psyche. Indeed, at last we know the true meaning of that blessed phrase uttered by Marcus Tullius Cicero, Quam diu etiam furor iste tuos nos eludet?" My life is now complete.