Schrute-Space: THE FALL IS HERE AND SO ARE WE

Dwight has posted a new entry in his NBC blog, “Schrute-Space.”

The entry is entitled, “THE FALL IS HERE AND SO ARE WE.”

Read Dwight’s words of wisdom here.

First of all, “fall” is my favorite of the four
seasons (next to summer and spring of course).

And here is a little known fact: They call it fall
because people fall down a great deal over all the
leaves and branches. It also gets icy later on in the
season and that ice on the puddles gets covered with
leaves and brambles and such.

In my humble opinion they should call it “horrifying
accident waiting to happen” or “trip” or “lookout for
leaves!”

Here are some of the many things that happen in the
fall:

The children of the world, dressed in their best new
clothes from Sears, go to class, with their hair
slicked down, their new eyeglass frames and their
throwing stars hidden beneath their notebooks.

Football season starts. Campaigns get under way.
Deers get ready to get hunted.

AND THE NEW SEASON OF “LOST” BEGINS!!!

What the $^$fjol!!09 is going to happen? Sawyer and
Kate and Jack have been absconsed by the OTHERS and
their mysterious, charismatic leader (who played that
psycho killer from “The Practice”) I am on pins and
staples!

I would also like to say a few words about gays.

“Gay” used to mean jolly. Now it means a man or a
woman who likes to make out with other men or women.

Now, according to all Schrutes: Who and what people
make out with is their own business.

My uncle Gunther used to tend goats and there were
some very viscous rumors going around the village.
When he fled the invasion he met a Finnish woman and
they had 17 children. That put those rumors to rest
once and for all.

Judge not, lest ye be a judge.

That is all.

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