Does the reader always know best?

Illustrator Prakash S redraws a classic 1940s cartoon that captures the dilemma that every journalist faces at the hands of readers who thinks we are a bunch of buffoons who get everything wrong, and that we have a hidden agenda behind everything we do.

The caption for this cartoon is the original. Almost.

“WHY CAN’T THEY PRODUCE A FAIR, BALANCED, NONPARTISAN, OBJECTIVE NEWSPAPER—THAT REFLECTS MY POINT OF VIEW!?”

3 Comments

  1. RK

    YADBHAVAM TADBHAVATI!

  2. Do I really need to comment here 😉

  3. “Of course he knows best, coz he wouldn’t keep getting it at his doorstep every morning flipping through its pages for reading trash that a scribe

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