More divisive than Emio's expose on Bohemian Grove, the concept of asking Unbelievers if they would be interested in pooling their capital to off-set the front-end costs of bulk ordering t-shirts in exchange for one of those very t-shirts divided the once unified Unbelievable Podcast Community.
Conspiracy Theories Edit
Greece Bailout Edit
By most estimates, the T-Shirt crowdfunding campaign was an unmitigated success -- with final "funding goal" percentages ranging from 113% to 314159265%. A lone Poll Results whistle-blower, or 'Truther', posited that the whole T-Shirt Money enterprise was an altruistic endeavor to bail the nation of Greece out of their United States-level of inconceivable debt.
Maybe it was just a rad way for like-minded people to create a token of support for something they enjoy. Brian explicitly said that there wasn't a requirement to include anything that could be considered marketing for The Unbelievable Podcast within the design of the shirt. Think about that for a second. How fucking cool is it that the primary objective of this endeavor was for listeners to make something that potentially only other listeners could comprehend and fully appreciate? Inside jokes comprise an integral pillar of The Unbelievable Podcast's appeal - to the point where giving the hosts shit about being money hungry cunts became a meta-inside-joke because ONLY DEDICATED LISTENERS WOULD USE THEIR 'OTHER' RESPONSE TO GIVE THE HOSTS SHIT ABOUT BEING MONEY HUNGRY CUNTS. I love it. #StarFox_Mulder