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Recently deceased host of "The Late Late Show" and "Tomorrow with Tom Snyder," Milwaukee legend Tom Snyder is said to have conducted one last interview.  Topping his famous interview with Charles Manson, Snyder turned the tables on God making a number of personal observations at his own Pearly Gate appearance.

 

Tom made his way to the pearly gates July 30th after a battle with leukemia, and his spirit was livelier than ever. Said God, “Normally, I just ask a few questions and the humans will slink in his or her seat and try to fib a bit, totally insulting my omniscience, but otherwise act quite cordial. They tend to be kind of intimidated by Me.” Not so for Tom Snyder, who made his career out of conducting interviews with quite powerful people. According to an archangel, “He actually lit a cigar right there in the pure white interview room. I don’t even know how he got it past customs. God seemed a bit miffed.”

God may have been a bit miffed at first, but He was downright surprised when Tom started asking Him questions. Peter, who was watching through a one-way mirror, claims that it’s the first time in 2000 years anyone’s ever asked much beyond the usual “Am I in?” or “So this is the face of God?” “Sometimes people will ask what they could have done better, or what their biggest mistake was, but this Snyder character started asking God questions about God,” asserted Peter.

“The first thing I noticed was his voice,” declared God. “It’s kind of like one of those voiceovers of Me in the movies.

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