Obviously, Ensign, we don't agree on what is funny. That doesn't surprise me. It depends too much on personal appreciation and interpretation. It may be a cultural difference. I don't know where you live, but I live in Europe, where humor (not really the same thing as "fun") is appreciated when it is raw, hard hitting or even offensive. All those immensely popular American Late Night TV Shows die a quick death over here. We watch in amazement. Such lame jokes. Same thing with American comedy movies. We prefer "Life Of Brian".
I don't think that the meaning of words like fun, positive and offensive are as hard defined for me as they seem to be for you. Considering those differences who will make the rules on right and wrong? (In this case I know the answer: The Administrator. It has a nice 1984-flavour, don't you think?) For instance, is a statement outlawed, when it is meant to be offensive (if that is possible to judge) or when it is felt as such by whoever.
When I say: "Jahweh/God/Allah doesn't exist" (presuming that it is the same god, though he seems to have changed his mind a lot), is that offensive?. It is not very positive as it seems to deny the heart felt "truth" of believers. Lots of fanatics find such a statement intolerably offensive. But when I say: "Only Jahweh/God/Allah exists", then that is very positive. All monotheistic believers would applaud. But isn't this last statement very offensive to all followers of the Hindu faith? (I don't mention Thor, Zeus or Ashera, god's consort according to the Bible, as those gods seem to have died with their believers.)
Did you ever listen to JA's "Long John Silver"? Then you know that there are some songs on that record with very explicit lyrics. Would it be possible to write the same words in a post on this forum? Or are those words only allowed because they are sung, part of an artistic effort? Should RCA have forbidden the release of those songs, as they are negative and offensive, just not "fun"?
There is a contradiction there. I can live with it.
I think it is very funny.
By the way, I love soapboxes. But that is nothing new, is it?