Choose The Michael Scott Paper Company

The following email was delivered to inboxes last night:

From: “Michael Scott” [[email protected]]
Date: March 26, 2009 11:30:00 PM CDT
Subject: Choose The Michael Scott Paper Company

Dear whom it may concern,

Bored? Poor? Lonely? Not if you take up this opportunity to join a company on the verge of the cutting edge of paper! Hi, I’m Michael Gary Scott. I’ve been working in paper for the last fifteen years and with paper since I was eight. As the manager of Dunder Mifflin, Scranton I learned two things: everything about the paper business and that Dunder Mifflin is a suckee company. I’m taking that expertness and creating The Michael Scott Paper Company.

This is your chance to join the ranks of people that have made millions selling paper: Robert Dunder, the Hearst family, those people that make counterfeit money, future me… I cannot promise success, but I will promise you the best effing time of your life!!! Because at the Michael Scott Paper Company we’re not just a company or a family, we’re a family company made up of people that aren’t related.

The choice is clear: choose life. Choose the Michael Scott Paper Company.

Click here to begin.


Michael Gary Scott
CEO, Founder, Boss

Tipster: Tyler


  1. I think it’s funny Michael “sent” this out from his Dunder Mifflin account. :)

    Also, the link at the bottom is for the Dunder Mifflin Infinity task this week. It’s kind of a silly task, but if you’re not part of DMI, this is a good time to consider joining!

  2. I love the part where he says we are a family company made up of people that aren’t related…. hilarious!

    And… choose life.

  3. The Dunder Mifflin address cracked me up too, as did the fact that this email went straight to my spam folder. Of course. ;)

  4. I’m guessing that this was only sent to people involved with DMI? I only got the latest Scranton Newsletter (which ended up in my spam folder). I did DMI for one season but then it got annoying so I quit.

  5. I stopped going to DMI too, but it was after only like a week. I’m surprised I got that email, but it’s still pretty cool.

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