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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 00:40:01 Reply

WHOOT! Panera Bread sounds cool. ^_^
Ho-humm.....-tries thinking of something else to say-
God, its so hard to think...lol.
-bangs head against a brick wall-
Anyway, I think this site is craptastic, just like my craptastic pics!!
(another word for craptastic is: awesome or cool)

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 00:48:41 Reply

next time you're in San Diego, try that again.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 01:17:32 Reply

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 01:21:07 Reply

Are you kids talkin on this?

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 01:45:02 Reply

Hey what is Panera bread anyway? is it a bread shop or what? I feel like an idiot for asking tho :0(, lol.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 01:45:59 Reply

Ok, that's not what really happened. Dan and I sat down at Panera Bread with our soup & sandwiches, ate, and left. No one showed up during the 25 minutes we were there. Experiment over. :)

Dammit!!!! I wish I could have been there!!!

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 01:46:20 Reply

Oh so it IS a bread shop, we dont have any out in Cali... :0(, well now I kinda wanna try it, where are these places? just in the northeast?


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 01:53:03 Reply

o_O Wow...You guys are special. The police came. Now that's really something :D


you didn't see nothing, capisce?

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 02:00:52 Reply

At 4/15/04 01:02 PM, -LordNikon- wrote: aww :( No <3 for Tom. Bend was probably there, but he's used to having windows between him and his victims.

Man, what is up with everyone ripping on Bend? This is the third post that I have seen making fun of him....

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 02:19:28 Reply

Nice link. I'll have to remember next time when I want to exit that site to close IE through Task Manager. I exit out and porn links start popping up. To matters worse, AVG detected a trojan was installed onto the computer and SpySweeper detected that my homepage was set to some porn site homepage. Bad link.

*If you want, I can post the results I got from AVG and SpySweeper if anyone wants to know :p

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 02:20:47 Reply

P.S. it was the tomfulp.com link.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 02:26:51 Reply

dear tom and dan,
i would have loved to come, but unfortunately i found out about it 1:30 in the morning the day it happened. i live in jersey so under very rare situations (no car, only 15) i could actually see myself meeting you there. good luck with alien hominid, i cant wait, i just beat the first one.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 02:54:32 Reply

hey Tom, i'm pretty sure the fans would've came out in droves if it wasn't around the time the kiddies supposed to be in school. .u should plan another public appearance around 5PM and see what happens

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 03:11:11 Reply

Sorry man... I live all the way in California. Although I did CONSIDER buying tickets and flying over there, I thought it not too wise of an idea. But if you're ever out in my neck of the woods, I'd be happy to come see you anytime.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 03:20:43 Reply

At 4/15/04 12:44 PM, SorX wrote: Lol, Tom -> god of Newgrounds, loner in reality :D

ah good one/

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 03:46:21 Reply

At 4/16/04 12:18 AM, KamAsh707 wrote: you sh ould like schedule a 30 minute one days in advance people who might have auctually gone probably didn't see it in time but nice try at the experiment

Yeah, I also thought that a couple days in advance would have brought more fans.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 04:15:58 Reply

At 4/15/04 12:39 PM, TomFulp wrote: Ok, that's not what really happened. Dan and I sat down at Panera Bread with our soup & sandwiches, ate, and left. No one showed up during the 25 minutes we were there. Experiment over. :)

Thats cus most of ure audience get up after you posted about leaving and the othewr half live longer than 30mins away from that place. Okay next time go to some-were big like london tell people at least a week in advanced and find some-were every-one knows.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 04:16:02 Reply

Ha ha, you had me going there for a second, bud. I suppose no one showing up is better than one obsessed person showing up and totally freaking you out.


I must lollerskate on this matter.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 04:18:05 Reply

At 4/16/04 02:54 AM, dl_Monk wrote: hey Tom, i'm pretty sure the fans would've came out in droves if it wasn't around the time the kiddies supposed to be in school. .u should plan another public appearance around 5PM and see what happens

Its the holidays and i'm pretty sure that counts in america otherwise ive missed out on a lot of teasing those poor americans. Were in our holidays and school starts at around 9 compared to the average 6 or 7 in america.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 04:28:44 Reply

At 4/15/04 11:46 PM, Forever_Knight wrote:
At 4/15/04 10:34 PM, Rudeboi wrote: What the hell is Pantera bread? Does it rock?
I hear its kind of metallic. I loves me some panTera bread.

Dayum. I suddenly find myself wanting some Pantera bread, too.

Perhaps this is the start of a new marketing ploy for Panera.... PERHAPS.

At 4/16/04 02:00 AM, -AX- wrote:
At 4/15/04 01:02 PM, -LordNikon- wrote: aww :( No <3 for Tom. Bend was probably there, but he's used to having windows between him and his victims.
Man, what is up with everyone ripping on Bend? This is the third post that I have seen making fun of him....

Dontcha worry about it, Ancient. Bedn doesn't mind it. Hell, he's the source of 50% of the humour content of NG BBS at times. What would we do without him. (sniff)


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 05:17:17 Reply

At 4/15/04 03:01 PM, Dobio wrote:
At 4/15/04 02:59 PM, Earfetish wrote: Did I?

Oops.
I think Tom should come to Manchester and I can get pissed with him.

Then the one above.

You fucking spammer.

Manchester? I am from there!! omfg! I live near dobio <3

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 06:13:51 Reply

Yeah Tom come to England youve got lots of fans here!

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 06:23:06 Reply

hell yeah. come to England, we are small enough that you can just say "X" and like, 100's of people could get to you. and there are 1000's of active UK NG fans.

because the UK loves NG.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 07:52:06 Reply

im sure tom will go all the way to england just to meet some geeks

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 08:46:32 Reply

At 4/15/04 12:39 PM, TomFulp wrote: Ok, that's not what really happened. Dan and I sat down at Panera Bread with our soup & sandwiches, ate, and left. No one showed up during the 25 minutes we were there. Experiment over. :)

I couldn't show up anyway because I live in England. :)

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 09:04:03 Reply

At 4/16/04 05:17 AM, -Kurt wrote: Manchester? I am from there!! omfg! I live near dobio <3

No, you live near me. Dobio doesn't live anywhere near Manchester, or the UK for that matter.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 09:38:53 Reply

rigth... let`s look for somthing to blam, k?

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 10:29:11 Reply

Hey Tom,

You said this,

"I've always been a bit shy about meeting fans and whatnot, but we've decided to try something we've never done before.."

Which I find hysterical, since you DID throw a Newgrounds party to meet a whole bunch of your fans...didn't you? DIDN"T YOU!!!!!!!

-Pete


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 10:40:26 Reply

Ok I only really have 1 sentence...

Post ahead of time, but I mean a day or 2 before not 10-20 minutes >.<

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-16 11:38:30 Reply

next time before lunch get a damn permit so we can take u to mc donalds

lol


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