It's rather amusing to me that something as simple as a unicorn shirt would get people so worked up and bring out so many extremes of "I love it!" or "this is awful!" Woot you should print unicorn shirts more often.
I didn't like the write up but not because I thought it was symbolically bashing my God. (Actually I'm more bothered over the "Jesus is not offended" remark, just curious, how do you know? But that's just a rhetorical sorta question, I don't actually care what bluetuba thinks or means by that. I'm not gonna bother to take it seriously, either.) I didn't bother to read the write up through and said so, but don't be alarmed I've got a great sense of humor, and I'm not sure why it's such a problem for me or other folks to state their dissatisfaction with the write up.
It occurs to me that those folks who took some offense at the write up aren't the only ones getting worked up over something. Seems like it's pretty important to some that everyone else not find offense in something that they themselves didn't find offense in. ...sheesh, I'm not even sure that makes sense. Er, how about y'all just chill, including those who are getting bothered over other people being offended or not liking the write up.
I still stand by my thought that "having a different sense of humor doesn't make it non-existant" Some find the write up funny, some don't. After all, "things like that happen every day, everywhere you go. In America anyway, where we have that kind of freedom."