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DaveD1420 wrote:Frankly, I like the shirt. However, I can see some people being offended, and would not think less of them one bit. For example, the person who comes to mind is one of my best friends, who lost his 4 year old daughter to leukemia a few years ago. He is a tireless supporter of cancer walks, etc. Shall I tell him he is being overly sensitive, or will you?
If he actually finds the shirt offensive, yeah, you can tell him that for me. But you haven't indicated that he does, or even that you think he would. You really think he would? Honestly? Being a supporter of the walks doesn't mean finding this shirt offensive.
Have you been eating that sandwich again?
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I saw someone last weekend at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO wearing this shirt!! It was so crowded and everyone was so busy I didn't get a chance to say "Great Shirt!!" and show that my family was also bedecked in Shirt.Woot attire!!
Purchases: Too many to track anymore but only 3 Birthday of Celebrations since 2006.
Only the good die young.... But most people are morally ambiguous which explains our random dying patterns....
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I love this shirt, I recently bought it, and wore it as soon as it arrived. Funny thing, last night at the restaurant I serve at, I walk by a guy wearing this same shirt in the bar! I told him that I was just wearing that shirt the night before, he said, 'did you get it from woot!?' I of course replied, 'where else?' It was great to see a fellow random woot-er supporting it. I love the shirt, and I love shirt.woot!
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