A time for outdoor activities, walking or excersise. Derived from the title of the Mo Letter "Get Out", in which Berg addresses the lack of physical excercise among the members of his staff.
Usage: "I haven't had any get out today."; "I'm going on get out at 3:00PM."
Get Out was traditionally seen by second generation members as a welcome respite from daily chores (see Jesus Job Time) and Word time, and denial of get out privileges was consequently used as a form of punishment