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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 08:30:30 Reply

At 4/17/04 07:36 AM, HailMac wrote:
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?

O_o dude how long was your holiday? I was back by tuesday! Plus some people don't celebrate Easter...

Also I'm going with -Applesauce- on this one. It was just too short of a notice and many people were still in lockdown at either school or work.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 10:34:17 Reply

like a lot of people said your newgrounds is know in all the world so if nobody lives in the same contry as yours... I live in canada so i couldn't come and anyway i would be too shy to come.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 14:02:58 Reply

That's...hella funny! lol! I thought there was going to be like a bajillion people there...but that sucks...I guess

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 15:24:56 Reply

aww dude sorry man. I totally woulda showed man, just keep in mind your true loyal fans are mostly fellow stoners with very short term memory spans so..:P heh but your still hella cool son. peace

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 15:55:27 Reply

I live on a sucky country named Iceland and it is to expensive to me to jump on a plane if u guys would off been in Reykjvík then I wuould off visited u guys

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 18:19:38 Reply

Whats wrong with the home page? Its so big, & not centred? I can still click pages, & play games so its still ok. I'm just confused!

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-17 18:31:14 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. :)

Maybe if you tell us all where do go sometime during the summer we could have a Newgrounds convention where all the artist and fans could come and meet everyone and sell shirts and programs and such. just an idea

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 00:26:02 Reply

Yo, what Panera breads were u at.. I thought there was only one and that was the one that was by where I live.. I guess I was wrong eh?

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 04:19:46 Reply

Yeah, wonder if ya will ever make it as far as New Zealand? lol most likely not but hey im moving to America after school, maybe... jsut maybe, I'll meet the great (apparantly shy) Tom Fulp..o.O

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 08:10:14 Reply

At 4/15/04 12:39 PM, TomFulp wrote: Dan and I realized we underestimated our fame when we pulled up to the Panera Bread - a line was straight out the door and extended all the way down the shopping center parking lot. We decided to to call out to everyone to follow us to the nearby mall foodcourt, where there would be enough seating for everyone. Before we could even get to the mall, however, police circled the large mob and asked us to please disperse as we did not have a permit to assemble there.

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. :)'

Fuck that, I'm only two hours away, and I didnt go!!!
If talking to them on the phone is any idication of how they are on the phone,.. then we would all be sitting there.. in an uncomfortable silences...stare down at our cold soup... Hahahah
Tom: "so.....ah..... took the train...huh?.."
Mindchamber: "yah,..theres no plane from new york to Philly"
Synj : " I took a train once............................."
*crickets chirp*

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 08:41:32 Reply

At 4/18/04 08:10 AM, MindChamber wrote: Tom: "so.....ah..... took the train...huh?.."
Mindchamber: "yah,..theres no plane from new york to Philly"
Synj : " I took a train once............................."
*crickets chirp*

LOL! Sounds like a fun time...2 hrs isnt bad why not just drive? :D

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 09:34:46 Reply

Sorry, I live in North Carolina, could'nt make it. By The Way WTF is a Panera Bread??????

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 11:38:07 Reply

Lol, that's good, hey, if i saw you at the Panera Bread, I would take to you, but i dont know about the long line, ha ha ha. Don't worry, you guys are still cool

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 12:24:14 Reply

I wish i could've been there, but I live in central NY. I'd have to cross pennsylvania to get there, and that is something I could never do. I get down to Reading, then the amish people scare me and I have to go back.

uh.... whats a panera bread? is it like a taco bell?


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 13:33:08 Reply

Maybe I'm wrong but I think the Amish live in Lancaster.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 13:36:44 Reply

What is a Panera Bread? Its a place that makes bread, then with that bread, it makes sandwiches. It also offers soups, salads, and bakery items. People like to think its a healthy alternative to fast food because its not covered in grease. While thats partly true, its not healthy at all. Stay away from them, they are the devil.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 13:44:58 Reply

Tom you went to the wrong panera, there were 200,000 thousand of us waiting for you at James street. yeah, after awhile we got tired of waiting and just started torching things :p

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 14:13:01 Reply

BoBo, yea, stay away from Panera because it's unhealthy. Go to McDonald's instead, genius. Also, Panera never said they're food is healthy. You are obviously the one that saw no grease and thought that because I know the word health is not posted anywhere in Panera.

I don't know why I am semi-defending that place. It's ultra expensive, 99% of the customers are assholes, and it's nothing to get all that excited about.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 14:32:17 Reply

I would like tips about sites that are ...... well if i say like this: I wonder if there is any sites like Newgrounds that have this type of level thing. that´s all i have too say.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 15:38:09 Reply

At 4/18/04 02:13 PM, Cue_Ball_Clock wrote: BoBo, yea, stay away from Panera because it's unhealthy. Go to McDonald's instead, genius. Also, Panera never said they're food is healthy. You are obviously the one that saw no grease and thought that because I know the word health is not posted anywhere in Panera.

I don't know why I am semi-defending that place. It's ultra expensive, 99% of the customers are assholes, and it's nothing to get all that excited about.

Hey moron, I work there, trust me, we pawn off our stuff as healthy. Maybe if somebody would have read all of my posts in a topic they wouldn't be so ignorant.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 17:05:37 Reply

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 18:39:49 Reply

So no one showed up, big deal, you're still some pretty important internet Gods.

Btw, New Grounds ROX!!

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-18 19:01:32 Reply

Bobo, don't expect me to backtrack through this huge topic to find your posts, I don't know who you think you are but you're not worth it. Give me some specific examples of Panera passing their food of as healthy.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-19 00:23:44 Reply

Well this is truly a remarkable experiment for it tests the infuence of a nation wide phenomenon on a single local area. Although a disapointing turning proved the unfavorable outcome the data which the experiment would yeild is invaluable to......

Yea sux that no one came but dude it was lik not ogranized cuz you gave ppl lik a one day headz up. Seriously lik if i new a week in advance i mighta came there cuz i liv kinda close.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-19 03:02:35 Reply

What?

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-19 17:21:54 Reply

I love NG too, If The skool computers would allow us to visit NG I would have cut and gotten expelled to get there, but catholic schools suck and want to censor all the good stuff, like asian porn!!!

so true...


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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-19 18:09:08 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 would have come, but i live in canada, and would have got bored during the drive, fall asleep and stuff. And my annoying sister would come, and ruin my chance of being respected.

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-20 02:09:19 Reply

Yes Catholic schools blow, I goto one myself, everythign on educational is filtered, even sum of the educational stuff is filtered and after removing newgrounds from the fitler four times they kidna caught onto me and i cant even use the itnernet at school now so it doesnt matter whats filtered anymore :/

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-20 12:24:25 Reply

Wow, ive been a newgrounds fan for a few years now,.. i came on first when it was just telebubby fun land and the robot cats, and look what its become... thats why i was suprised that someone from good old pennsylvania put it together,.. i lived in the poconos and am now in allentown, if you ever set up any trips to a town definately let us know cause weve been behind ya from the start

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Response to Panera Bread Aftermath 2004-04-20 13:46:31 Reply

Ha! You are very funny, tom.