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Old 06-17-2010, 09:23 AM   #221
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www.theofficefree.com

sometimes the webpage times out, but for the most part, it works well

holding me over throughout the summer
just shared on facebook for my freeeensss
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:23 AM   #222
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ya man... i used to go to watchtvsitcoms.com but that was taken down a while ago

searched around last week, and viola...
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:23 AM   #223
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just shared on facebook for my freeeensss
is we frenz?
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:25 AM   #224
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is we frenz?
no. Would you like to be?
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:26 AM   #225
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well i'd kinda like to get to know you first

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Old 06-17-2010, 09:29 AM   #226
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well i'd kinda like to get to know you first

Jonathan Russo
sent.

Now you can see I'm just as retarded in real life as I am on here
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:34 AM   #227
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likewise

actually no... based on my FB activity, you'll think i'm a lonely depressed bachelor who carries a light bulb around the house because i'm so pathetic to buy new ones until the last one blows

you might even think i'm dead at times since i'm never on it



lol where is that kid that said having more then 6 friends was too much idk why that just came to mind
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Old 06-17-2010, 09:39 AM   #228
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likewise

actually no... based on my FB activity, you'll think i'm a lonely depressed bachelor who carries a light bulb around the house because i'm so pathetic to buy new ones until the last one blows

you might even think i'm dead at times since i'm never on it



lol where is that kid that said having more then 6 friends was too much idk why that just came to mind
that sh1t was funny. I have like 4 different posts i'm talking to people in now. Facebook is amazing to kill time.
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Old 06-17-2010, 10:32 AM   #229
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if my work computer allowed it, i would probably be a bit more active on it..
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Old 06-17-2010, 10:38 AM   #230
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if my work computer allowed it, i would probably be a bit more active on it..
yeah man. I was always on it with my iphone but now I can go on at work.
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Old 06-17-2010, 10:43 AM   #231
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hey where you working now?
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:06 AM   #232
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hey where you working now?
a small company that staffs nurses in people's homes and sh1t. Doing random HR stuff which is what my degree will be in. I graduate in Dec
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:19 AM   #233
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nice man good for you.... i bet you love not being in the bank anymore haha

i left BofA back in December... FVCK that place haha
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Old 06-17-2010, 11:32 AM   #234
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nice man good for you.... i bet you love not being in the bank anymore haha

i left BofA back in December... FVCK that place haha
yeah man I do. It's so relaxed here. I'm sitting at a desk with a polo and khakis on. We close early before holiday weekends, close a little early most Fridays, have all weekends off, and don't deal with customers.

Yeah bofa sucks. My roommate and one of our best friends work there and they deal with so much bullshit but I think they secretly love it.
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Old 06-17-2010, 03:29 PM   #235
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yeah man I do. It's so relaxed here. I'm sitting at a desk with a polo and khakis on. We close early before holiday weekends, close a little early most Fridays, have all weekends off, and don't deal with customers.

Yeah bofa sucks. My roommate and one of our best friends work there and they deal with so much bullshit but I think they secretly love it.
ya, i was happy with my job, but the company couldn't offer me squat.. so i ditched

clients were AWESOME (private banking...) but my manager turned into a huge toolbag, micromanaging everyone

peeeeeeace haha
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Saw B.J. Novak (Ryan) today.
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Old 06-18-2010, 08:29 PM   #237
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Saw B.J. Novak (Ryan) today.
what's he doing in the bay?
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I saw him when he was buying something, but I don't know his reason for being here.
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Old 06-21-2010, 08:56 AM   #239
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Ryan: I never went to Thailand.
Pam: Really?
Ryan: I went to Fort Lauderdale.
Michael: Was it nice?
Ryan: Yeah. It was amazing. There was a great pad Thai place, though.
Michael: I love pad Thai.
Ryan: You never had pad Thai.
Michael: No. There's a lot I haven't done.



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Steve Carell is totally surprised to hear that anyone cared when he hinted back in April that next season of The Office might be his last. Though Michael Scott has long been the centerpiece of the show and Carell is by far the biggest star in the cast, he claimed with typical modesty (via Crave Online) that "it's the show and the ensemble [to me] is what's always been important" and "I was actually surprised that anybody thought it was a big deal."

While making the publicity rounds for the animated film Despicable Me, though, Carell has all but confirmed that he won't be renewing his Office contract at the end of Season 7. "My contract has always been for 7 seasons and I just feel like now is the time for my character to move ahead. I have no doubt that the show will continue and continue to be really strong." Talking to Access Hollywood, he even speculated about what kind of ending he'd like to see for Michael Scott. "I always like when the show surprises people, because [a party] may be what you expect when he leaves," Steve said. "Maybe not tie everything up in a really pretty bow. I like that grey area of life."

Holly Flax fans may need to start worrying too. When the Access Hollywood interviewer mentioned that pretty much everyone wants to see Michael and the character played by Amy Ryan get together in the end, Carell seemed to suggest that would be too easy an ending for the frequently dark Office:

"I totally agree, but wouldn't it be great to disappoint the audience at large, and have you longing?" Steve joked. "'Wow, this guy's life is really not turning out well, and now we're not going to know what happens,' because you know what? That's art!"


Much as Carell's star power has helped boost The Office over the years, and much as we may miss that man-child Michael Scott, Carell's departure at this point could only be a good thing for the show. One of the chief problems of making show about mundane, realistic lives is the writers frequently wind up spinning their wheels, struggling to come up with believable conflict that doesn't just involve Dwight and Angela getting together again for the hundredth time. Not only would Michael's departure shake up the dynamics of Dunder Mifflin as a whole, it would give them even more opportunity to bring in new talent. So long as the rest of the central cast doesn't follow Carell's lead and bail, there are a lot of promising directions this could go.
http://www.cinemablend.com/televisio...ott-25468.html
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