I think you were one of the few, outside of the West Bank, anyway.
Hey, my humor was good natured, but not celebratory! n fact, I talked my coworker pal to hit the streets with me after lunch to look for distraught women to take advantage of!
How charming and gallant
This particular "art sign" doesn't bother me personally at all. I see the humor. But I think it's needlessly hurtful to people who will never see the humor, and for that I reason I think it was not a good idea.
You make no sense. Anyone making jokes the morning of risked getting a fist in the face. I have never, ever heard a 9-11 joke and hope to never hear one.
Those women were distraught because some of their fellow New Yorkers had just been crushed to death, and the victims' bones, intestines and body parts were scattered all over Ground Zero. These women might have known some victims who had their heads crushed, hands or limbs severed, and who may have died slow, agonizing deaths. Many ladies were probably searching for their loved ones, not knowing if their husbands, brothers, sisters, etc. were dead or still trapped in the rubble or at a hospital.
And you were thinking of scoring.