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AGAIN, IGNORE THIS THREAD IF YOU ARE OVER 30. YOU WILL NOT GET THE HUMOR AND BE DUMBFOUNDED, OR POST THREADS ABOUT OUR SOCIETY GOING DOWNHILL [Big Grin]

OK, now that that's out of the way...

I'm sure the rest of you youngsters have heard of "You're the man now, d o g!" (YTMND) "cartoons". If not, check it out at www.ytmnd.com

A user on the site has created a bunch of YTMND's dealing with trains and F40PH's. Who is this user Ham549?

http://www.ytmnd.com/users/Ham549/

My favorite is either:
http://f40phsexy.ytmnd.com/
or
http://canf40ph.ytmnd.com/

Make sure the QuickTime plugin is installed for your browser.

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Confusing.

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Concur with JONATHON, but then at age 65, I was admonished not to review the material.
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??????????????????????????????????

But I did enjoy the 2 "favorites"

Never heard of YTMND. As I said, ?????????????

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quote:
Originally posted by Gilbert B Norman:
Concur with JONATHON, but then at age 65, I was admonished not to review the material.

Ah, but I detect an under thirty rebelliousness in your choosing (as did I) to look. As they might say: You (sic) the man now, d o g ....

Ira

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Actually I found some of the vignettes on that site to be rather amusing... Particularly liked the one where Howard Dean does the "California Girls" song.

I'm not exactly sure how these tidbits fit into our overall body of knowledge, but I did enjoy playing around with them. Incidentally I'm 49 years old.

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I did not understand any of it, but then again, like Mr. Norman, I failed to heed the admonition.

I did, however, recognize the "you blew it" sound effect from The Price is Right, circa 1970's.

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I confess. . .I looked too. I'm not sure what I was looking at but I did look.
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These 2 pages are the most retarded thing I've seen on the internet

http://ndatchoochoo.ytmnd.com/

http://nf40ph.ytmnd.com/

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I am considerably older than Jonathon, but I have to admit that I kind of agree with our young friend on this...........

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A lot of these pages are (intentionally or not) the most retarded thing you will see on the Internet.

Since there are a lot of parodies of pop and Internet culture, you have to know about terms like "n00b" and "pwned" in order to get them. This is a site you either love or hate [Smile]

Good description of the site:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ytmnd

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I looked a couple days ago, but I was embarrassed to admit it. [Confused] [Eek!] [Razz] I ignored the warning, and was rewarded with proof that the generation gap is alive and well.

I concur with Jonathon, who, I now suspect, must be older than he looks.

Edit:I just showed it to a co-worker who laughed his head off.

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What the heck was that? I am totally confused.However the Soul Train F40PH popping a wheely was funny.BTW,I am over 50.

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280's cool, but you guys need a better horn recording.
Just a coincidence I saw a bunch of other "What Is Love" rip-offs two days ago on the same site.

Thank God I have a full-time job and plenty of things to do in my spare time now.

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Youtube video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=XU1_L5ww3og
He is trying to get a real F40PH too.
www.cafepress.com/f40ph
www.myspace.com/f40ph (needs updateing)
He posted a video called save the F40PH but that video started troble between him and a F40PHR231 as can be seen here http://www.railroadforums.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20327

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I wouldn't say this is age specific. Pop culture has less to do with age than with whats really funny or pertanant to an indivudual. These links, IMO, are just stupid. But thats only how I see them. On the other hand, I'm a real fan of Homestar Runner http://homestarrunner.com/main9.html , especially the Strongbad e-mails. This too, is a site which generally attracts younger people. I'm also a big fan of Monty Python. Both of which a lot of people feel are very stupid. BTW, I'm 44.

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[QB] Youtube video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=XU1_L5ww3og
He is trying to get a real F40PH too.

I kinda liked that one. Nicely done.

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I'm 67. Monty Python is among my culture heroes. But these whippersnappers . . .
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quote:
Originally posted by Doc Brown:

quote:
Originally posted by Martin584:
[QB] Youtube video
http://youtube.com/watch?v=XU1_L5ww3og
He is trying to get a real F40PH too.

I kinda liked that one. Nicely done.
I agree!
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I'm suprised no one has mentioned the "Office Space" reference (I believe you have my F40PH). If we don't give Milton his F40PH back, will he set the station on fire? Whenever anyone at work tries to borrow my stapler, I go right into Milton: 'What are you doing with my stapler? That's not your stapler, that's my stapler and you already have a stapler and it's not fair if you have two staplers and I have no stapler. I have several pieces of paper that need to be stapled together and I cannot accomplish this if I do not have a stapler. And if you do not give me back my stapler, I will have to set the building on fire.'

Other than that I thought the whole thing was pretty goofy. I'm 50 but still have a 12 y/o sense of humor.

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wow..thats just confusing.
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