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  1. I will DEFINITLY be buying that!! I’ll probably order it tonight when I get home from work. $12.99 ain’t bad-about the going rate for a calander these days.

  2. Awesome. I have a feeling I’ll be buying two, however. One for my room and one for my parents (I’ve created monsters!)

  3. I also noticed they have the calender on 80stees.com for $12 and $5 to ship.. but if you sign up for their mailing list you get 10% off your first order. So you’ll end up paying $15.80.

  4. dang HYP3R6IR1 i wish i knew that before i ordered with megacalendars, the shipping is crazy expensive.

  5. yay! though its sad because i just spent the last week creating my own Office calendar with the latest edition of iPhoto on my mac…(i sound like michael!) this looks ten times better than mine!

    thanks!

  6. I used iPhoto for the first time today at work. It’s about a gillion gazillion times better than the Canon software that came with my camera or the PhotoShop Elements I paid $100 for and regretted ever since.

  7. Oh and I meant to say you should keep working on your calendar. It’ll mean more that you made it yourself.

  8. I just received the calendar, and it is very nicely done!

    There are little episode references all throughout, for example:

    Feb. 5: Packer leaves present in Michael’s office
    March 22: Pick up Michael’s jeans from the dry cleaners
    April 20: Reading of Michael Scott’s Threat Level: Midnight
    April 21: Starring Michael Scott as Agent Michael Scarn
    Sept. 7: Performance Reviews
    Sept. 25: This morning Michael burnt his foot on his grill
    Oct. 31: Fire someone

    It is indeed a 16-month calendar, from Sept. 2006 through the end of 2007.

  9. I just one of them at Target! It’s really cool and has lots of pictures and isn’t a cheap-o one like most TV show calendars. So…. go The Office!!!!

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