BY P.W. BRIDGMAN
[Click click clack,<backspace> <backspace>, click-click … tick, tick. TAP]
Cursor flashing, then nothing, then the pinwheel spinning endlessly. Go figure.
Force quit, I guess.
An error in the URL, maybe?
Maybe that’s it. Let’s try again with an https. God must use an https.
You’re probably right. Heaven has to be a secure site.
And definitely not dot com.
Definitely not. Probably dot org.
Mmmmm. I think we may be in.
Yeahhhhhh! The cursor’s stopped blinking. Something’s happening …
Hey! Now it’s disappeared altogether. Wait. Now what?
ERROR 404. PAGE NOT FOUND. SAFARI CANNOT OPEN THE PAGE “https://www.God.org/” BECAUSE SAFARI CANNOT ESTABLISH A SECURE CONNECTION TO THE SERVER “www.God.org”
Well, at least it’s not saying He doesn’t exist.
That’s true. In fact it’s sort of acknowledging that He does exist,
or at least that His server exists.
Exactly. All it’s saying is that a secure connection can’t be made to His server.
We’re making some progress.
Let’s try again with Chrome.
Good plan. Safari might not be supported up there anymore.