Mensa Mominu. He’s smart. (He’s a rat.)
A Hummingbird series, Mensa Mominu. He’s smart. (He’s a rat.)
Struck by lightening at a young age, Mensa Mominu had a surge of brilliance accompanied by a permanent loss of empathy. He is noted to be a devotee of Leonard Cohen and provolone cheese. Mensa makes his home under the docks at the River Café.
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Mensa Moment…. Whistle-blower… could it be… Mensa? Surely no one would suspect a rat.
"I am the Whistler, and I know many things, for I walk by night. I know many strange tales, hidden in the hearts of men and women who have stepped into the shadows. Yes... I know the nameless terrors of which they dare not speak."
Mensa found himself marching towards the Capitol, with his whistle in hand. He does not know how the quote above came into his mind, or where it originated from. All he knows is that the Whistler in his mind has an uncanny grasp on where the bodies are buried. And, Mensa seems to know too.
Editor’s Note: Curmudgeonly Mensa’s viewpoint on all things political and otherwise, as presented by Dr. Dumas, might not represent the perspectives of thehummingbirdpost.