To hate injustice is legitimate.
“No. Hate is ugly.”
You don’t hate the ugly things, do you? Surely hate has nothing to do with aesthetics? Morality isn’t be the same as aesthetics, now is it?
“Well, hate is repulsive.”
“Because it bubbles.”
That’s a pretty vague argumentation.
“What about you? What are you doing with The Other Newspaper?”
These are things I think laughed of and where I don’t mention real people.
“It’s alternative, but the way it’s done is also alternative. So it’s not just the ideas. And that’s where I think it gets out of control.”
I don’t care
“Don’t you care to listen to other people’s views then be my guest.”
I want to listen to them, but in this case I choose to disregard them.
“You’re so damn clever.”
If you hate that traffic light then it turns off and then you get run over.
“Stop! Now you’re saying rubbish. I thought you were so damn smart and now you say that a traffic light breaks when you hate it and I happen to know that is nonsense.”
I didn’t say a traffic light but that traffic light
“This one? Hey! It’s not a traffic light. It’s … wait … it’s either a sign with mushrooms or a ham. That’s strange! I haven’t experienced this before.”
But I am prepared for the situation
I am a philosopher and as such prepared for sense illusions, disturbances and divergences.
/> “What do you think of yesterday’s election results? Should we emigrate?”
/> We can go to Lofotenland in Grunville as long as we realize that there is no consolation for that election result and that no escape is possible and that Grimstrup-Petersen builds the best aquariums in town.
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(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.)