Why do you think God chose to be almost drowned out by a brand new irrigation system?
“Why are you asking stupidly? You know well that the ways of the Lord are past understanding, and that you must not provoke God.”
Well in the media, we tend to hold critical journalism and its ideals pretty high.
“But you shouldn’t hold them that high.”
Why do you think God dropped by next door?
“Well, I must say the same thing as before and remind you of something we all know; that God is everywhere and with all people all the time because He loves us.”
Is journalism ungodly in your eyes?
“Pretty often it is so, but God saves us because He loves what we love. He is interested in our activities. Some of them, at least.”
How can you use the word God in almost all your sentences? How do you have so much understanding of God?
“Everyone knows God. I am a fictional person in a humorous online newspaper. I am defined like this from the author’s hand. Notice that what makes me fictitious is not the convention that I am fictitious, but the very fact that I am extremely poorly drawn. Even the finest and most vivid fictional characters by Shakespeare and Tennessee Williams are extremely poorly drawn.”
(The articles at The Other Newspaper are fictitious. The purpose of The Other Newspaper is to give the public a new, disturbing and humorous reflection of the way we consume news on traditional media and posts on the social media that make the recipient question whether the world needs to change and whether one can live online.)