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What I Thought About During The Office This Week

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On this past week's episode of The Office Michael said that if he had a gun with two bullets and was in a room with Bin Laden, Hitler and Toby, he would shoot Toby twice. Then everybody tried to come up with a way to kill all three with only two bullets. Dwight finally satisfied everyone with his solution: line all three shoulder to shoulder, stand on one end and shoot all three through the throat with one bullet.



That's a nice solution, but there is a better way. First you shoot Toby twice because he is just...awful. Just awful. Then you use the gun to bludgeon Bin Laden and Hitler to death. That would be fun!

The end.

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