TOPEKA, Kan. — In another space, on other day, in what feels like another lifetime altogether, Tom Randles is “Tommy Snow,” a “mentally challenged” professional wrestler with sheets of long, wet hair and a severed mannequin head named “Nugget” for a manager.“The fans love him,” says a man named Dan Adams, who wrestles as “The Danimal.”But that is on weekends.On weekdays at the Shawnee County Courthouse, Randles is the maintenance man, a pair of jeans in a building full of pinstripes. You see Tommy coming and you say, “Another day in paradise?” And he’ll shoot it right back: “Another day in paradise.”Everybody seems to know Tommy by this phrase, which is tattooed on his arm. He pulls the hair back into a ponytail on weekdays, and he knows every corner of every floor of the building. If you need a cubicle assembled or a new bulb in your lamp or if the air conditioning is out, you call down to Tommy’s office, where a sign on the door warns you are “entering the Twilight Zone.”“It’s true,” he says.People there know about Tommy’s wrestling, because how could you not, but they keep a safe distance from it. There is one lawyer… Read full this story
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