Q: Wow, that sounds like you had a great time. What was your favorite part? We know that Willow liked the Boardwalk in Atlantic City.
A: Awk! Squaawk-squaw-awwk.
Q: Yes, WebSpider did mention you like windows.
Q: Any fun plans for Halloween? We noticed Judy Puppets has begun decorating the workshop.
Q: Oh, we understand. Some things are better left a surprise. Is there anything else you wanted to talk to us about?
A:Yes. This Saturday is International Stuttering Awareness Day. Over three million Americans suffer from this speech disorder - can you imagine how hard it is to struggle to communicate? This is a day to recognize their struggle, and share resources to help! Check out the website of The International Stuttering Association, http://www.isastutter.org/ for lots more information. Remember when we went to see The King's Speech? I really loved that it brought stuttering to a more prominent position in general awareness, and hopefully will continue to shine as a beacon to everyone struggling with stuttering. With hard work, help, and understanding, stuttering can be defeated! Did you know James Earl Jones was a stutterer? And listen to his voice now!
Q: Thank you for sharing that with us, Rocky. Both links are valuable resources, and we're glad you brought them to everyone's attention. Now tell us, Rocky, we've been hearing rumors about some new visiting puppets? Puppets from far, far away? Do you know anything about that?
A: [Rocky does not answer, but flaps around the workshop in either excitement or distress]
Q: And that concludes our interview with Rockefeller Fuzz. Have a wonderful day!