Someone fell asleep at the wheel on this one.
Yes, I agree that getting from point A to point B is fastest done by going in a straight line. But it sort of looks like a chart. And in almost every chart I have ever seen, you always want to go from the lower left to the upper right. Time is usually measured on the horizontal X axis. And considering that Paypal is about money, there is a conscious and subliminal message of going down. Not good. I think even Gartner magic quadrants have the best companies with all the important qualities of vision, execution, and leadership in the upper right quadrant.
Yes, they picked a good quality t-shirt. It's the nice Next Level ones. The color of the shirt is nice too. But the logo is so heavy, that it's not comfortable to wear. Whoever decided to use that type of printing failed to take into account the basic need for comfort. I really hope they didn't pay extra for the type of printing they used. And I like the sleeve flair too. I know they paid extra for that one.
So no, I don't wear this shirt out in public. I have been known to wear it under other more awesome t-shirts. It's a damn shame because I personally love PayPal and the iconic status it has in the early days of the internet. I am pretty sure that if I wear and wash it enough, the logo will soften up and the shirt will be much more comfortable, but I don't want to waste my time doing that when I have so many other great shirts that are ready to go from the first wear.