The April fools fiasco is behind us but the rancour, bitterness and general unpleasantness that was leveled against those who spoke up against the prank still lingers.
While many of the community enjoyed the prank, quite a few didn't and that begs the question: if a person finds a prank unfunny or upsetting, is the prank universally amusing? All humour is subjective and thus what person A finds hysterical, person B yawns in boredom and person C is offended. The next question is this: does person C have the right to voice their displeasure at what they see as non lulzworthy? And does it make sense to stir up this level of conflict within a co