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Ban T-shirts: Hate mail

America and the West prides itself on the idea of free speech - the concept that you should be able to say what you think about whatever you choose. So that's what we do on this site: we put into the public domain t-shirts with messages that reflect what we believe in, or at the very least, images that will provoke comment and discussion about issues that in our view are of critical importance. These shirts are snapshots of our stand on the environment, American and Western foreign policy, racism and other subjects. We don't make t-shirts that represent "the other side" of the debate - in any case, who said there were only two sides to a debate? As we choose not to sit on the fence in some kind of "neutral zone" we sometimes receive hate mail. A selection is provided below. Enjoy.

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Got this "Dinosaurs against your shirt" email from "John":

Why would I care about which shade of creationism John believes in? They all have one thing in common; they mold the evidence to fit their beliefs rather than coming to logical conclusions based on the available evidence. I do not CARE what you believe, John. What I care about is that your backwards beliefs are creeping into our educational system and into society and polluting children's minds. You're irrational fanatics, all of you.

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I've had several emails from people criticising Ban T-shirts for "praising" Che Guevara (even though I never really have), but this is the first one I've received criticising me for "hating" him. I'm sure I will get emails about Che until the end of time. This one has come from someone with limited spelling and grammatical abilities, but he compensates for it with ample helpings of cliché:

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"I hope one day something horrible happens to you and you must be rushed to the nearest hospital?" Gee, thanks Jason! Is that an example of your good Christian will?

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Check out the T-shirt that was inspired by the hate mail.

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