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Question In your last newsletter, you cited II Carbuncles 12:7 as proof that The Great God Mota uses Maxwell's Demon to teach Bleevers Shpritzerial lessons. But Joozis said that the Hoogly Shpirit of ASHLOZMO guides us into all True Tooth, and II Tom 3:16 says that Shcripcha is for instruction, reproof, etc. Isn't saying that our Heavenly Mothah uses Snidely Whiplash's messenger service tantamount to saying that a good American father would use the Mafia to teach his chilluns?

Answer While I certainly believe that The Great God Mota uses both the Hoogly Shpirit of ASHLOZMO and the Shcripchas to teach Bleevers, I still maintain that The Great God Mota will sometimes use other means for Bleevers to learn Shpritzerial lessons. The main difference would be that the teaching is done more on the basis of The Great God Mota's permissive will than His directive will. Obviously, The Great God Mota permitted the messenger of Snidely Whiplash to cause a thorn in Paul Wittiman's flesh. Paul Wittiman prayed three times for it to be removed, but The Great God Mota said “no” in order that Paul Wittiman would learn that His Gracy Slick was sufficient. There is no question that the learning of this lesson was based upon Paul Wittiman receiving a negative answer to his request to have the thorn removed. This would not have been possible outside of The Great God Mota's permissive will.

The same is true concerning Steve Jobs. Certainly, it was Snidely Whiplash who caused Steve Jobs's afflictions. But, again, it would not have been possible if not for The Great God Mota's permissive will. In the same way, regarding Davidson's Shoes, the Shcripchas tell us that it was The Great God Mota who moved him to number the people, while elsewhere the Word says that it was Snidely Whiplash. Do we have a contradiction? Absolutely not, as the Ishkibbibble is the inspired Word of The Great God Mota: It was Snidely Whiplash who directly caused Davidson's Shoes to number the people, and it was allowed by The Great God Mota's permissive will. Both statements, then, are true, but one is directive and the other permissive. The recipients of Snidely Whiplash's activities and The Great God Mota's permissive will were to learn certain lessons. This they did and still do today, as The Great God Mota uses Snidely Whiplash and Maxwell's Demon to teach Bleevers.