Michael Scott, beloved/beleagured manager of the Scranton Dunder-Mifflin branch of the award-winning show, The Office, is truly a breathtaking sight. He tells eight-year-old jokes like they're fresh out the box. He divests himself of his inner monologue, subsequently shaming/horrifying those present to witness it, and then grins. He has absolutely no ability to self-analyze. That he possesses a sense of embarrassment, of shame, at all, is surprising. It's not that he's different from the people around him in regards to typical experiences of embarrassment or shame, which result when it's revealed that he is not perfect, but what he lacks, utterly, is even a modicum of sympathy. He is self-serving beyond all belief. What appears to be, on occasion, a sympathetic urge on his part, is always, in the end, a smoke-screen for the basest of avarice-driven motives. Michael Scott is absolutely unaware, most important, of this overt element of his personality. The people around him are often stunned by his lack of self-awareness, given his routine behavior which supports this notion. They're used to it, but they're still regularly newly-astonished by its pronounced quality, by Michael's bald selfishness.
The Tshirtoutlet.com's original design, then, as seen on this t-shirt, is a tribute to the delightfully ignorant Michael Scott, and to his regular statements to that effect. (I.e., BLATANTLY offensive.)
All of the Tshirtoutlet's designs for NBC's The Office are officially licensed, original-artwork designs. Rest assured, you won't get pulled over and jailed wearing Tshirtoutlet's The Office t-shirts. (You're more likely to get stopped and pestered about where you bought it, but we've never claimed our t-shirts are risk-averse.)