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March 21st, 2011 | 246 Entries

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246 Entries for “policy”

  1. Policy of Love
    Kiss but don’t tell
    Policy of Hate
    Play it cool
    Policy of Envy
    Become Better

    By Nix URL on 03.21.2011

  2. policy seems like a word that puts people on edge that cuts right through fun or ambition or inspiration. dont let others tell you how to live. live for you live outside the rules be happy and dont let a policy or anything else stand in your way of leading a good happy honest life.

    By panda on 03.21.2011

  3. Whats your policy?
    Just another stupid rule to keep us all conformed. Why would we want to be individuals anyway? I mean, Who wouldn’t want to live just like you. Maybe there’s a reason we don’t want to follow in your footsteps.

    Screw you and your policies.

    By mdnicol URL on 03.21.2011

  4. A policy is something people go by, or sometimes known as standards. It could have many different meaning, or names, such as guidelines and such. A company might have a policy for the workers to go by, such as them not being allowed to wear hats or sandals. Many schools have policies for their students to abide by as well, such as not being allowed to wear different colored shoes on each foot. This, in my mind, is what a policy is.

    By Cassandra Fernandez on 03.21.2011

  5. Policy. What kind of policies? The government’s policy? The many unfair discriminatory policies that countries around the world adopt? how much more are we supposed to just lie down and take? Can we change policy? Without being in government? Let’s do it.

    By Nicole URL on 03.21.2011

  6. At my high school radio station, we made it our policy to stay neutral, to turn the other cheek, and to basically be peacnik weenies until the day someone from Southfork High School’s station dissed not only our school, but our radio station, on the air. The staff dispatched me to exact sweet payment for his slander. I called him. I pretended to be a hot girl red-headed named Kim, and I got him so hot and bothered, he let his station lapse into dead air for an entire two minutes. From what I understand, the FCC frowns on that sort of thing, but we didn’t care. In this case, revenge was a dish best served silently.

    By Izolda on 03.21.2011

  7. I don’t really care about this word policy since I don’t use it in my every day life at all. I don’t know any policies in my society and I don’t seem to follow them too much. I don’t get this word at all. Means nothing to me. The word policy shouldn’t be used in our society at all. I get to type all this again. This is just getting lame since I can keep on typing about this word “policy”. I think that there are many policies in our society right now that people don’t even bother to follow in our world, and here I am again righting about this. If you haven’t noticed, we never actually read the things on websites that say “I have read and agreed to the Policies and Agreements.” The people in our world don’t follow the policies that they should follow. I personally think that it is completely pointless and it isn’t needed in our world.

    By Kevin Chang on 03.21.2011

  8. Papers that state the
    Obvious.
    Limits on
    Individuality and
    Change.
    Yessir, it’s a new policy!

    By Amy URL on 03.21.2011

  9. The basic policy of this industry is to use what you have, and throw it away once you are done with it. Forget about feelings and care; need and desire is what interests us; what fuels us. Forget morals and truth, people are expendable and diamonds are forever.
    At least until you get bored of them.

    By shannon URL on 03.21.2011

  10. i’d say it’s my policy to never kiss on a first date, but then i’d be lying. in reality, i don’t kiss if i don’t like you, but if there’s chemistry, i know it’s real and you’ll know it’s real so what’s so wrong with a kiss?

    what’s so wrong with a kiss?

    By sarahkaye URL on 03.21.2011

  11. My policy: the pursuit of happiness.

    By Lane Collision URL on 03.21.2011

  12. The way we grew up after Mom died—following Dad’s every instruction and policy in his obsession to hunt down the demon that killed her, following every order….

    By Sam Winchester URL on 03.21.2011

  13. explanations and triggers. agreements and papers. signingand nd

    By Brandi URL on 03.21.2011

  14. Educational,
    Financial, Political
    Failed in POLICY (All nations/Mankind)

    By Thee_Apotheosis on 03.21.2011

  15. policies are stupid, especially policies for school uniforms. Why can’t we wear TOMS? I have no idea. It’s just stupid. People should be able to make up their own minds. Don’t ya think?

    By Emily T. on 03.21.2011

  16. A policy. It’s like a principle. It’s like a rule. It’s like a restriction.

    It’s something you need to be aware of before making descisions.

    It’s something you, and everyone else need to have your eyes on.

    It’s something that limits you.

    It limits everyone.

    By Kaylen on 03.21.2011

  17. Honesty is the best policy, she laughed silently to herself. I bet they don’t know how untrue that is. Honesty…honesty gets you into these bad situations, like the one I’m in.

    The chains on her wrists clinked, and she wished they’d give her something to put her feet on. Hanging naked in the air by her arms was getting tiresome – not to mention boring.

    By Cheezit URL on 03.21.2011

  18. the golden policy, policy of old souls, honesty as the best. do as you will but say what you mean and you will know wisdom and likewise yourself~

    By cacaitlin on 03.21.2011

  19. What someone higher up has decided should be the norm. Often not a reasonable action or rule to follow. If they had been the one’s doing the job the policy affected it would be different.

    By Bethany URL on 03.21.2011

  20. “Stand down, Soldier, I’m here to take Dr. Monroe into our custody.”
    “I’m sorry, sir, but I cannot allow that without signed written orders from your commanding officer. It’s government policy, I’m sure you understand.”
    “Oh, of course,” he said, “I understand.” He reached into his jacket, fishing out a small switch.
    “Here’s your signed fucking orders…”

    By Terry URL on 03.21.2011

  21. “Stand down, Soldier, I’m here to take Dr. Monroe into our custody.”
    “I’m sorry, sir, but I cannot allow that without signed written orders from your commanding officer. It’s government policy, I’m sure you understand.”
    “Oh, of course,” he said, “I understand.” He reached into his jacket, fishing out a small switch.
    “Here’s your signed orders…”

    By Terry URL on 03.21.2011

  22. Aurgh!!!!! I go to this website to vent or create, but what if the word has little relation to my anguish or artistic whims? Then I’m in a pickle, aren’t I? Sigh. Well. I try to make it my policy to relate my ramblings to the word, since that is the point. Still though…

    By Anna on 03.21.2011

  23. “Sorry buddy, that’s my policy. You’re not getting anymore tonight.” He said calmly, washing another glass, and putting it away on the shelf with the others. The ragged man before him glared. “I THINK, I would KNOW when I’ve had enough.” He said slamming his clenched fist on the table. “Now pour me another!” “Look, it’s not happening. So either leave calmly, or I’ll have my friend here escort you out.” The drunken man glanced back at the tall statuesque figure leaning against the bar, watching him with dark eyes. He glared and grabbed his wallet, leaving quickly.

    By Claire URL on 03.21.2011

  24. Does your company have written security policies? If not, your firm might be exposed to certain security risks. If employees don’t know company security policies, they’ll formulate their own—and their policies probably won’t match the company’s ideas of how employees should use time and resources. Poor employee decisions cost employers a lot of grief and often a lot of money.

    Reading the FOCUS-MS security-related mailing list this week, I came across an interesting discussion: A list reader asked whether any security policy templates are available online. Several list readers provided links to sites that offer security policies and loosely structured policy models. The sites listed include the SANS Research Institute, Carnegie Mellon Software Engineering Institute (SEI), and Murdoch University in Australia. I found the security policy models on these sites very useful, so I want to pass these resources on to you.

    By Glicefree Romuar Camenforte on 03.21.2011

  25. Policy. It’s a word I don’t know what to write about. I can continue to rant on about different things that may relate, but truth is I have no idea. Oneword.com needs to give more specific instructions when you’d like for me to write about “policy.” It is policy to give further instructions for a writer.

    By Kayla URL on 03.21.2011

  26. Tubes shuttled through the pneumatic pipelines that ran through the complex on a constant basis. Michael, in his rough, tangerine jumpsuit, clambered up and around plexiglass latticework.

    By Aryeh Harris-Shapiro on 03.21.2011

  27. The slam-slam of the rubberstampers echoed all through the cavern of an office complex. The drones stamped and stamped and stamped, without any end in sight, eyes dead and bleeding from weeks without moving. Approving every form and decision no matter how trivial, how self-destructive. The bureaucracy of free will.

    By Aryeh Harris-Shapiro URL on 03.21.2011

  28. Why should I write about policy? Policy is idiotic. I should be allowed to do whatever I want to do. I want to make some cupcakes but it is “policy” instead to bake a cake. Maybe I’d rather have little cakes instead of going through the bother of cutting up a giant cake.

    By Kayla URL on 03.21.2011

  29. what is the policy for happiness today. any different than yesterday? is it a policy i will accept no matter how I feel today? or how does my outlook on Life today effect the policy of my cat?

    By T. Michael Smith on 03.21.2011

  30. My policy on life is to keep living it. At any minute, things could stop being so artificial and become real. I’m a species on this planet and my exercise is walking in place on a treadmill… We have such a cushy existence. We never plan for the earth to start shaking, bring our building down on us, and enclose us alive in our tombs.

    By nexthendrix on 03.21.2011

  31. Adhere, adhere, don’t stray from the lines
    read the fine print and color between it.
    when you come across a feeling
    and stray from monotony,
    look away.
    the world operates
    around a strict no-living policy.

    By kalena URL on 03.21.2011

  32. It’s only policy. There’s nothing I can do to help you, company policy allows me to hide behind rules and regulations in such a pedantic way as to not have to be willing to acknowledge whether it makes any sense at all. Sorry. Policy.

    By peter on 03.21.2011

  33. Its a policy to tell the truth, a policy to agree to one statement, but what is that statement mean if all it is is a “policy”? Does it root you to the spot? Does it ensure that you stay true to your word? Does it actually mean anything?

    By reason2remember URL on 03.21.2011

  34. I have a no failure policy. Self enforced upon no one but myself. I will stay true to this policy for as long as I can possibly not take ‘no’ as an answer and as long as I continue to refuse to utter the word ‘can’t’. With this policy in effect, I will will my future to form as I please.

    By zoe URL on 03.21.2011

  35. Do the best that you can under any circumstances and live with the knowledge that you did the best that you possibly could. If you don’t feel you did your best, keep going until you have changed and exhausted yourself enough to honestly say that this is true. And then relax, because you did what you could and the rest is out of your hands. It’s out of your hands and therefore something you should no longer worry about.

    By Jason URL on 03.21.2011

  36. asdf

    By asdfasd on 03.21.2011

  37. rules and guidelines: here’s what to do. Obey, black and white, not blue. Say yes, say no, here’s where to go.

    By Bethany Sexton URL on 03.21.2011

  38. Policy. Hmm. Well, that makes me think of my old roommate. She always complained about how the policies at a Jesuit University regarding overnight visitors were “saddening and stressful.” Sorry we don’t all wanna hear you having sex with your boyfriend in my bathroom at 10 am. =]

    By Abi URL on 03.21.2011

  39. The policy was stupid to say the least, but Ushio would carry it out if necessary. He looked in on the small captive in the examination room. Policy stated that the boy be striped searched and even his cavities checked. He swallowed and ignored a stirring in his pants. He never thought he’d do this with Yusei Fudo.

    By KCO URL on 03.21.2011

  40. Best placed under a boot. Let people regulate themselves. People will thrive beyond the limitations rather then sitting stagnant below the meager expectations of policy makers.

    By visage URL on 03.21.2011