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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 12:02 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 10:29 AM, PeteKiley wrote: 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

Well Shok organized that whole shindig. :)


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 12:09 PM 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. :)

Really? No one? Hell, if I lived in the area I would of least made an appearance to met you guys. That really does suprise me that no one showed up.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 12:48 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 12:02 PM, TomFulp wrote:
At 4/16/04 10:29 AM, PeteKiley wrote: 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
Well Shok organized that whole shindig. :)

Ahhh, and what a shindig it was......I had a good time that evening. Not as much fun as Shok though.

-Pete


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 01:57 PM Reply

Tom- come back to Atlanta. There's a place on Ponce De Leon called Eats. You can get a half a lemon pepper or jerk chicken there with blackbeans (I usually get collards) and rice for $5. Which means I can actually afford to get the check. Come on, you know you're overdue for a visit back here already. Let's get some friggin' beers. Philly's too goddamn cold for me.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 02:00 PM Reply

No make a trip to Canada! Nova Scotia in paticular. Your money will go farther here, so come on down, eh?


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 03:34 PM Reply

Hey Fulp,

Get back up to Boston and visit sometime will ya?

I'll set up a meet and greet at Borders in Braintree where you can sign pictures of yourself to give out to fans.

Plus, we'll hit up a Red Sox game.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 03:49 PM Reply

My hypothesis:

Panera has worthless, bland food that is hard to chew and overly expensive. Also, you ran this experiment during school hours.

Bad food + expensive food + school lockdown...failed experiment.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 04:25 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 12:02 PM, TomFulp wrote:
At 4/16/04 10:29 AM, PeteKiley wrote: 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
Well Shok organized that whole shindig. :)

Shok organised it, but i´ll bet YOU got all the attention at that party! ....sorry, wasn´t there, throw a party in Denmark, and I´ll show up, hehe... : )

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 05:59 PM Reply

I would've showed up but I don't live anywhere near Pennsylvania and by the time I heard about the whole thing it was too late. You guys have a lot of fans you might just not have any in the Philly area oh yeah if you wanted it to work you might have given your fans some time in advance to know about it instead of posting it the day you were there I'd try it again if I were yo but give people a week in advance.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 06:05 PM Reply

Lets see you want him to visit Georgia, Boston, Canada, and Great Britian hmmmm. maybe Tom, Wade and synj should hold a tour and go lots of different cities like a rock band would.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 06:20 PM Reply

Yea, they can go on a world tour of sandwich shops to meet fans of Newgrounds.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 06:21 PM Reply

I wonder how many people on newgrounds are from PA..

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 06:23 PM Reply

DaMN! If onLy i HAD knoWn SoOnEr i woulD HavE tOTTALLy beeN there. You would oF LIkeD me. i hAve A loT of FRieNdS Who Can VoucH tHaT I'm NOT A STAlkeR aNd LOTS of refERenCes To saY I aM nOt a CrAzY hOmIcIdAL lUnAtIc anD tHAT I haVe NEVer KIlleD AnyoNE, EsspeciALLy not FaMOuS peoPle OR welL knOWn pERsOnaLitIeS.

PlEaSe do this AgAin So I CAn mEEt yOu gUYS aND bUy yoU sOmE iCEcrEAm!

yOU WILL liKE ME!!! honEST!!!

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 06:26 PM Reply

Damn, I feel sick after reading that post. I don't know if it's because the typing is horrible of because the thought of your existance makes me want to puke.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 06:49 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 06:05 PM, Father_Time wrote: Lets see you want him to visit Georgia, Boston, Canada, and Great Britian hmmmm. maybe Tom, Wade and synj should hold a tour and go lots of different cities like a rock band would.

that'd be great! lol - ya right

You guys should come to florida, seriously though it's warm and sunny! *hint* Miami *hint* ^-^


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 08:54 PM Reply

Man the guy I will press is a pretty cool person, i like his take on issues and answers replied in the NG magazine. Most of the things he said i was agreeing with, pretty smart guy, i like him.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 08:55 PM Reply

dude sorry i missed it i wassent on the computer for the last cuple of days. i know that you hear this a lot but i am ur biggest fan, i was here when the hentai sim dates were first put on. i want to say that you have made it thru lawsuits and stuf and i think that ng will allways be on the net. even if this site gets booted of the internet (not saying it will) for some stupid reason it will be in the hearts of all the people that have visited this site peace!

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 09:40 PM Reply

i swear i was there.... i swear!
in spirit of course... no im kidding...
my spirit stayed here with me..
plus he got lost with the different time zones n stuff..
sure.. that's my excuse.. yes.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 09:59 PM Reply

GO TO TENNESSEE GO TO TENNESSEE!!!!! youll love having nothing to do and being bored to death *hint* crossville *hint* organize a party in my yard i have over 15 acres and a hot tub!! lol :D
of course you'll never leave pa will ya >:/

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 10:33 PM Reply

hey if i lived in that area i would swing by lol.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 10:42 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 09:39 PM, Joel Ely wrote:
I think that it is a total travesty that nobody showed up at Panera Bread! A true NG fan, like myself, would have been gratuitous enough to atleast stop by and give a nice "hello" or "great website". Apparently those who are somewhat frequent visitors are either a) too shy to greet them, or b) disrespectful and do not appreciate the great colaboration of media here and NG. "NO ONE SHOWED UP DURING THE 25 MINUTES WE WERE THERE". Now that is just wrong. <<<<Joel Ely>>>><<<<Odessa, Tx>>>>

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 11:36 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 10:42 PM, experience wrote: At 4/16/04 09:39 PM, Joel Ely wrote:
Apparently those who are somewhat frequent visitors are either a) too shy to greet them, or b) disrespectful and do not appreciate the great colaboration of media here and NG. "NO ONE SHOWED UP DURING THE 25 MINUTES WE WERE THERE". Now that is just wrong.

No one probably showed up because Tom did it in the middle of a weekday, so most of us NG users were either in school or at work. Also, Tom and Dan were only there for 25 minutes. People who wanted to go probably had a very small amount of time to get there, even if they lived close to Willow Grove. I live in Ambler, which is close to Willow Grove. I still probably wouldn't of made it there if I tried... oh well. I would be too shy to meet Tom and Dan in person anyway.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 16th, 2004 @ 11:39 PM Reply

At 4/16/04 11:36 PM, -Applesauce- wrote:
I still probably wouldn't of made it there if I tried... oh well. I would be too shy to meet Tom and Dan in person anyway.

To...SHY? HA! In most cases I think it's the other way around.

Well...Tom & Dan are probably more scared than shy of NG users...same diff.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 12:32 AM Reply

so ya what is the highest lvl on ng? i wanna see!!! :)

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 12:38 AM Reply

At 4/17/04 12:32 AM, CoB_TRIPLE_5 wrote: so ya what is the highest lvl on ng? i wanna see!!! :)

It's 30. You could probably have found that out by doing a topic search.


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 12:40 AM Reply

If you happen to return to the panera, take some advice from the best employee of one of the nations busiest Paneras:

Order the Frontega Chicken Sandwhich, its good.
If your the panera has the steak sandwhich/salad, avoid them. Infact, it's probably best to just avoid panera all together. Unless you like a delicious over priced turkey sandwich(5.01 at least it is in WI) and a bowl of baked potato soup(3.15). My favorite part of ordering is when you order two You Pick Twos with nothing else and no additional charges it comes out to be 12.34. 1-2-3-4. HAHAH! yeah, Panera sucks hard core, better than a McDonalds though.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 03:41 AM Reply

har har you have no fanbase. Hah just kidding.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 03:43 AM Reply

wow no one at all

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 07:33 AM Reply

Hey I'd of come if I was in Philly but the thing is that NG users/fans/artists are too widespread in the world to all come to Pandera Bread, PA.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath Apr. 17th, 2004 @ 07:36 AM Reply

No one probably showed up because Tom did it in the middle of a weekday, so most of us NG users were either in school or at work.

Hello?! What about FRIGGIN EASTER HOLIDAYS?