Hi, Brody. Thanks for the follow-up. As I mentioned in my response to your review, a resolution could be reached here in a much more efficient fashion if we all took a step back and calmed down a bit. I humbly reiterate that request again at this point in time.
It should be clear by the responses above that no fewer than 3 folks - myself and Jonah from the official team, and Andy, who is just volunteering his time - are trying to help you out here. As Andy noted the calendar does create a "page" at /events and the Gist provided should be enough to point you in the right direction on working around that. But from what I can tell what you've noted here actually, isn't a plugin problem...so there isn't really anything to "fix". You're among the first to report it and based on what I'm seeing, the issue is specific to the theme you're using and not the plugin itself. (Please do let me know if I'm misunderstood here.)
Hope that helps. If you're still frustrated from there, I'm going to be honest and say it sounds like this relationship might not be a very appropriate fit. The good news is that there are a number of quality calendaring plugins around, each with a different feature set and level of support, so you should have no problem finding one that better meets your needs. Best of luck!