The trouble with poor journalists is that they make a mess everywhere.
For ye have the poor journalists with you always. Mark 14:7.
There is a secluded area of the internet where a mostly-unread Brighton newspaper provides shelter for journalists otherwise unable to obtain gainful employment. Occasionally, I inspect some of their passages and find them foul and disgusting. I have seen lies, made-up quotes, and general urination over the efforts of Christian priests to help the less well-off members of society.
A journalist prepares his "copy" for the Brighton Argus.
If they are not making messes, you find that they simply tell lies. One of them quotes me as saying "I am a very holy and saved person and this tests my holiness," when if he had ever encountered a priest since the day when one dropped him on his head at his baptism, he would know that no priest (apart from the rather dubious Cardinal Eccles) talks in this way.
Apart from the poor journalists who steal trifles from my blog, beat them into unrecognisability, and market them as their own "exclusives", I also encounter a poverty of ideas among journalists working for the Daily Mail (a newspaper for those who enjoy photographs taken looking up women's skirts); these rejects from society throw foul garbage over the internet, leaving a nasty smell behind them.
And don't get me started on the unwashed and dirty-minded morons who write on the comment threads of the Daily Mail...
A Daily Mail reader explains himself.
Addendum: The Telegraph has also managed to soil itself on this occasion.