Battle of the T-Shirts

A friend on Facebook put up a link to this t-shirt that is being sold by Hobby Lobby on their website. My response is on the right:


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  • some bastard on the net

    You need Jesus, bro. I’m just sayin’.

    No, you need Jesus. I’m just fine, thank you.

  • scienceavenger

    “I’m just sayin”…the cry of the disingenuous and cowardly.

  • colnago80

    The folks behind the Hobby Lobby are far more dangerous then has appeared in the lame stream media. Like the Koch brothers, they are spending millions of dollars in supporting right wing causes.

  • Alverant

    Yet another reason why I won’t go there. Do you think they’d sell a t-shirt that says, “You don’t need God to be good”?

  • I just need Jesus? Whew. That’s a load off. I thought I needed non-monetary compensation to cover ladyparts medications that my employer thinks are abortifacients but aren’t.

  • Menyambal

    You think the Hobby Lobby stores would carry mostly stuff for hobbies, right? Well, there is some, but it’s in the back. The majority of the store is filled with mindless, mass-produced, imported decorative crap.

  • dingojack

    If ever The Offspring want to update their 1999 classic the tee on the left would be perfect for ‘the subject’.


  • Any “friends” I may have had who would post nonsense like that “unfriended” me a long time ago.

  • At least yours is made in the USA and not China! lol

  • Michael Heath

    Several times over the past couple of years, Hobby Lobby’s taken out full-page adverticals in my hometown’s local newspaper. Those adverticals promote David Barton-grade Christian Nation BS falsely justifying their promotion of a Christian theocracy.

    Journalism fails when it discusses the Hobby Lobby’s case from Hobby Lobby’s perspective while failing to also fully report their full agenda when it comes to church-state issues. That agenda sure isn’t freedom.

  • You know those little wooden paddles with the elastic string attached to them with a rubber ball at the end? The ones you play with by swinging your arm back and forth and making the rubber ball go whap whap whap whap whap against the paddle?

    The Hobby Lobby near me sells those, with the wooden paddle covered in crosses and Jesus. The wood is unfinished, so I think you’re supposed to paint inside the lines to make pretty colorful crosses and the word “JESUS” stand out all nice, and then you have a toy.

    A toy whose point is to repeatedly strike Jesus with a rubber ball, as hard as you can.


  • busterggi

    “You need Jesus Bro”

    Isn’t there something about taking the lord’s name in vain?

    Besides, I thought his name was Jesus H. Christ, not Jesus Bro.

  • Akira MacKenzie

    If there anything I can’t stand it’s undeserved familiarity. I don’t know you, I don’t want to know you, and you don’t know me. I am not your “friend,” “buddy,” “pal,” and unless my parents aren’t telling me something, you are certainly NOT my “brother” or “bro.”

    Now, take your hand off of my shoulder before you lose it at your shoulder.