Never saw anyone getting cranky about it, and I'm pretty sure the Twins didn't modify their act any, but it always made me wonder.
Obviously parents in AZ have better sense than most in our area or, at the very least, visiting our area.
However, there is a place we go to every year that is peppered with over 15 signs, public announcements, program announcements (including a rating system), and signs at the door saying "this show is not recommended for children." Yet, every year, parents take their children and become offended. They flock to Facebook to bash the establishment. I'm so sick of it, I stop the feed for those months. Last year, I had a woman in front of me who wanted to take her child through the haunted house, but asked the attendant to walk ahead of us warning the "scare squad" not to jump out and scare her kid. We had quite the scene when I told her that perhaps if her child couldn't take it, she shouldn't be going through, because we didn't want our experience ruined either. She remarked that we obviously did not have children to which DH replied "As a matter of fact we do and she is home, where she belongs, because this is not age-appropriate for children."
My point is, is that this is one of the reasons why as a parent you get "the look" wherever you take your children these days that aren't specifically "child-type" places (i.e., Chuck-E-Cheese, kids playground, Gymboree classes); because the ones out there who think society should bend for them all the time, especially at what most people would consider to be "adult-only" events, have basically ruined it for those of us who are responsible.
I am glad that he apologized, but at the same time, I fear this does nothing but encourage others to take offense and that which they shouldn't and use it as fodder to start an international incident over a molehill.