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Created on: June 27th, 2010
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16 http://www.die2nite.com/
16 http://twitter.com/
13 http://www.vorpalrabbits.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=6635&start=15
7 http://www.bannination.com/queue

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June 27th, 2010
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Gee thanks for having me guys
June 30th, 2010
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dude... the morpheus made my day :P ur awesome. btw fuck u i work at costco dont diss costco
June 30th, 2010
(1)
kiddin those sobs.. fired me for showin up to work high off brownies.
June 30th, 2010
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eating brownies wo weed is like drinking o'douls
June 27th, 2010
(5)
welcome to earf
June 27th, 2010
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5'd +1 for Uncle Ernie and Pink Floyd.
(5)
welcome to your doom
July 3rd, 2010
(1)
I was waiting for Altered Beast but it never happened! :(
June 27th, 2010
(2)
5'd for Gremlins 2.
June 27th, 2010
(0)
[b]"WELCOME TO DIE!"[/b]
June 27th, 2010
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For some reason, the entire time I watched this I was waiting to see this snippet from The Wizard of Oz: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cn-F24i0uDQ#t=2m48s
Still, nice job.
June 27th, 2010
(2)
Kudos for the "House of Fun" reference.
June 27th, 2010
(6)
No "Welcome to the WORLD OF TOMORROW!"?
June 27th, 2010
(0)
The sheriff is near.
June 27th, 2010
(0)
No "Welcome to the World of Tomorrow!" from Futurama? :(
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remember when you made a site called "dogs" where you threw together a bunch of stuff about dogs?
June 28th, 2010
(0)
the fact is nobody has ever heard of this ever popular classic: http://www.somedogs.ytmnd.com/
June 28th, 2010
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oh, and here's a messy dog of a montage someone begged me to make: http://lickitwellhiemformod.ytmnd.com/
June 30th, 2010
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i wasnt aware asking once is defined as begging
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June 28th, 2010
(0)
Epic montage.
June 28th, 2010
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This should be the first thing users see when they sign up, especially since so many of those quotes out of context could refer to YTMND.
June 28th, 2010
(0)
^clearly missed the meaning of the domain
June 28th, 2010
(2)
Also, Primus
June 28th, 2010
(0)
Welcome, to this faggy short film.
June 28th, 2010
(0)
:) Fav'd
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i had to -1 for lack of AOL
June 28th, 2010
(0)
Welcome to YTMND, I love you.
June 28th, 2010
(0)
5 even for citing all those sources.
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Mexicans:

BADGES...WE NEED NO STINKING BADGES....
June 28th, 2010
(2)
thanks for compiling all these funny "welcome" scenes
June 28th, 2010
(1)
np, i figured it had to be more humorous than sarcasm.
June 28th, 2010
(2)
well i wouldn't say that but hey, at least its infinitely funnier than a typical "rolling with the punches" rebuttal.
June 28th, 2010
(0)
relax, you're cool, I even plus'd your comments to boost your self esteem. hope it helps.
June 28th, 2010
(0)
Paint Your Wagon is my Dad's favorite movie. When VCRs came out, he said "If they show Paint Your Wagon on TV, I'll go out and buy a VCR so I can tape it." When they showed a promo for PYW on the late night movie, he went out and paid $1000 (in 1977 dollars) for a Sony Betamax Top-loader. And that's how we became the first family on the block to own a VCR. (And also how I reveal how old I am on YTMND.)
June 29th, 2010
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As much as I did enjoy "welcome to earth" from 'Independance Day,' I was waiting for Magneto's "welcome to die!" and I will grant thee 5 stars upon the addition of said quote. Otherwise a pox on you, good sir.
June 29th, 2010
(1)
stupid stoner brain of mine, i left out a bunch of stuff. my bong has two chambers which makes me bicameral, so a pox on both my houses then.
June 29th, 2010
(0)
Welcome to 5ed and faved.
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Primus pushed this to a 5.
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I finally watched this site
June 30th, 2010
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welcome to house of fun
July 2nd, 2010
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This sort of word: reference reference reference thing may work better on radio, IMHO.

Also, you must be very good at games like "Balderdash".
July 2nd, 2010
(1)
In this organization, the story plays a decisive role. It "describes," to be sure. But "every
description is more than a fixation," it is "a culturally creative act."" It even has distributive
power and performative force (it does what it says) when an ensemble of circumstances is
brought together. Then it founds spaces. Reciprocally, where stories are disappear-ing (or else
are being reduced to museographical objects), there is a loss of space: deprived of narrations
(as one sees it happen in both the city and the countryside), the group or the individual
regresses toward the disquieting, fatalistic experience of a formless, indistinct, and nocturnal
totality. By considering the role of stories in delimitation, one can see that the primary function is to authorize the establishment, displacement or transcendence of limits, and as a
consequence, to set in opposition, within the closed field of discourse, two movements that
intersect (setting and transgressing limits) in such a way as to make the story a sort of
"crossword" decoding stencil (a dynamic partitioning of space) whose essential narrative
figures seem to be the frontier and the bridge. - De Certeau (124)
July 2nd, 2010
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Whoops! What I meant to say is you're right - imjackedin.ytmnd.com
July 2nd, 2010
(1)
welcome to city seventeen
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Welcome to lazytown
July 5th, 2010
(0)
If you show me your penis, I will welcome you!
October 3rd, 2010
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the welcoming committee has a pretty big job