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February 1st, 2013 | 192 Entries

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192 Entries for “systems”

  1. The systems are all go, it is time to make the change. Hang on and jump. The rest of your life is happening.

    By Katherine on 02.01.2013

  2. I have systems in place within my day. There are certain things I must do in a certain order, or my whole life seems thrown off course. For instance, I must begin writing in the morning. The afternoon, on the whole, is a much less productive time for me.

    By Susan Wells Bennett URL on 02.01.2013

  3. There is a system of tubes that must lead out of the building. But the semi-transparent blue plastic affords little to no defence against the peering eyes of the Overseers. I will not get out of here alive, even if I pick the right tunnel. The lights flash behind me, sirens blaring, and I pick a tube and run.

    By darseyrsm URL on 02.01.2013

  4. Careening through the scatter brained satanic systems of the ultra-verse I asked my cat what she wanted to be called. “Cat.” She said. When I asked her why, she looked at me with curious green eyes and stood up on all four thousand of her tiny little legs and ate tuna.

    By Jorge Franco IV URL on 02.01.2013

  5. the systems are working together for the greater good for those who understand and take advantage. slowly–surely—i am stepping into understanding. the systems seem to be receptive. systematically, all starting to make sense.

    By Safon URL on 02.01.2013

  6. BlackBerry Flow and Peek are new features built into the OS that allow you to navigate through the software.
    ibtimes.com

    caracteristicile unei aplicaţii devin din ce în ce mai multe odată cu dezvoltarea acestei aplicaţii. Ar putea exista oare o aplicaţie care să conţină carecteristicile şi funcţiile tuturor aplicaţiilor existente?

    By Valentin Eni URL on 02.01.2013

  7. When I see systems I, for some reason, think systems analyst. I picture a nerdy, milk-toast 20-year-old man who works for a terrible company while being berated by his boss often.

    By Zach Schneider on 02.01.2013

  8. All systems go!

    That was a great joke.

    This rusty old boat, ferrying tourists around the island, was a death trap. But we had to keep up appearances lest we lose our customers.

    We should be ashamed. But we weren’t.

    By chipschap URL on 02.01.2013

  9. Break the system.
    Get out of the whirlpool.
    Do something.

    Only by eradicating all the rules, can you truly see the big picture.

    By ithinkhesalwayswonderful URL on 02.01.2013

  10. Computer systems. They annoy everyone when they go down.

    Though sometimes, I find I don’t mind. Because then I can put some of my work on hold, walk around the library, and get up and move. It’s nice, I think, to have that.

    Unless it’s busy, because urgh.

    By GloriousClio URL on 02.01.2013

  11. All systems go, the pilot said, surveying to display. Ready to engage the enemy.

    Let’s fucking get some! the fighter exclaimed, breathlessly readjusting his grip on the trigger.

    The star fighter joined the combat.

    By Zac Katz-Stein URL on 02.01.2013

  12. All systems are go. All roads have been travelled. All emotions have been played out. All songs have been sung. All stories have been told. All systems are go.

    By Angela URL on 02.01.2013

  13. Hoy me acordé de ti. El cielo nublado, los dos gatos matándose en la calle, los gemidos ansiosos del viento y hasta las quejas de mi alarma, diciéndome, “Te vas a tardar, dormilona!” me acordaron de ti. El problema, mi problema, era que todas esas cosas portaban tu mantra, le système D. Pues me acordé de lo bueno de no tenerte aquí-la falta del sistema D.

    By Andromahi URL on 02.01.2013

  14. systems. functionality. progress. change. movement. flow. rules. regulations.

    By Gracie on 02.01.2013

  15. It took me a second to gather my thoughts. It was that simple? All the intricate systems of the world intertwining with each other in every corner of the universe..and that was it? All I needed to do?

    By Hannah on 02.01.2013

  16. Everything feelsl ike a system. Thing sthat are bigger than us or surrounding us but we can’t control what they become or what they are now or how to change or what manifestations theyll have and we dont know where theyre going and thats why that word is scary and negative but they also keep us grounded, keep us free to connect with each other, they let us feel a part of somethign and keep us from reinventing the wheel allt he time

    By Melissa on 02.01.2013

  17. This is a system, and if you work it, it works for you. Quid pro quo. You cannot cheat, lie— this system works only for those who are willing to give in and give it their all. Intricate as it may be, as hard as it may be, it works.

    By KailaElyse URL on 02.01.2013

  18. The systems that have been set out for us are all wrong. The social,the economic,swarming us until we submit. I’m saying no. you tell me one way to believe and I will always choose another,not just because it’s rebellious but because it’s the right thing to do.

    By H URL on 02.01.2013

  19. How our earth works. Not only our earth but the humanity on our earth. There can be natural systems, like the water cycle, thats a system. Or man made systems, like why we all stand in lines.

    By Haley on 02.01.2013

  20. systems in effect should work, however not all systems do. The monetary system is corrupt and designed to fail the needs of every human.

    By callum twenty URL on 02.01.2013

  21. The systems of our body work in harmony with each other. When one is weak it effects the others and what can transpire is an imbalance creating dis-ease in the body. It is recommended that a holistic approach is taken to keeping the body in balance and in proper health.

    By Jackie URL on 02.01.2013

  22. Without systems it would be impossible to operate both personally and professionally.
    We all create systems – whether they are our own unique systems for making our lives run smoothly, or work systems to organise our daily working life.
    leading busy lives with work, families and hobbies can be time consuming, systems help us to fit it all in.

    By Tracey Munn URL on 02.01.2013

  23. Systematic, robotic, always moving, but forever still. I stand alone, not part of any system. I simply stand and stare, emptiness and loneliness consuming me whole, eating me alive.

    By untamedimagination URL on 02.01.2013

  24. When an idea does not have legs and will not get up and walk there are systems in place, with the right people, at a price, for bumping it along. This framework is called society, if you didn’t know. A mindless, unconscious, grasping thing.

    By Meredyth URL on 02.01.2013

  25. Systémy, které ovlivňuji nynější společnost by měli projít revizí. V dnešní době máme jedinečnou příležitost ovlivňovat společenské dění.

    By Franz on 02.01.2013

  26. A place or a gathering were everything is in order. It is working by orientating elements of life or other domains. Life is based on it.

    By Hiticas Caius on 02.01.2013

  27. Systems are necessary for all life to function. All systems must be able to adapt to change so they do not fail to function as things change. We must be able to see the changes as they come.

    By Olive URL on 02.01.2013

  28. Systems. We need systems. More systems. Less systems. What’s the system? Is it in this box? Are there lights? Can we plug it into a vox? Oh, it’s that system, not the other system.

    By John Komarek on 02.01.2013

  29. Systems, All our computers rely on them. Without windows where would we be. Personally i am a Mac type of person i mean why wouldn’t you be when they are so cool looking and sleek. Anyways without systems we wouldn’t be able to have the internet or the amazing processing systems we have on our computers now a day. I wouldn’t be able to live without my computer i know that for a fact.

    By Megan Thompson URL on 02.01.2013

  30. I don’t want to be a part of any systems! I don’t want to be a part of the systems that make up the man. But then again, if I decide to not be a part of any system, I’m a part of the system that creates anarchy, so life is a never ending channel of systems.

    By Austin Schilling on 02.01.2013

  31. Physiology.

    By Grace URL on 02.01.2013

  32. it starts with the chills. you can’t get enough water, but can’t eat. your body temperature goes down, the systems of death.

    By T.F. Krag URL on 02.01.2013

  33. “All systems go,” my favorite three words when i was a kid. I wanted to be an astronaut, fly through space like buck rogers and all those cool scifi movies where they have laser guns. Never mind that laser guns didn’t exist or that my eyesight and health were too poor to fly through the infinite. Most astronauts are from Ohio, im from Ohio, maybe its the state that makes people want to get away from Earth. Maybe i should move to Cali and hang with the fun people on the beach.

    By Camjam URL on 02.01.2013

  34. Interconnected systems of doubt cloud the mind from the breath of openness one continually desires. Webs of disillusion overwhelm even the most promising of introspective beings.

    By Erin Tennille on 02.01.2013

  35. In biology, we must learn the biological systems.
    In physics, we must define a system.
    In governemnt, we must learn the law system.

    In ourselves, we must learn the system of love.

    By diana on 02.01.2013

  36. She checked and tripled checking the systems, she checked her co-workers’ double-checking of the systems, she checked everything from the installation of the hardware to the hardware itself, but she could not find anything wrong with it, no one could. That is until, Larry, the maintenance man, degreeless and modest, discovered that the outlet had a short in it.

    By L. A. Smith URL on 02.01.2013

  37. The computer cackled at me, beeps and boops reverberating off the metallic interior. The glare of the screen burned into my retina. A permanent bloom of white cast over my vision. I only had a few precious moments before the system realized what was going on.

    An alarm went off in the other room.

    Time’s up.

    By Max Ryder on 02.01.2013

  38. Systems.
    My respiratory system is jagged,
    My cardiovascular system is strained,
    My mental system is over worked,
    All of my systems are drained.

    By Kathryn URL on 02.01.2013

  39. I don’t like the systems, Systems usually don,t work the way they were meant to be at the first place.

    That’s why I don’t want systems anymore.

    But actually no system is scary.

    I think the world is screwed forever, by this simple fact.

    By AnneT on 02.01.2013

  40. She yanked her hair back in a ponytail and laced her fingers, cracking them.
    “Now what?”
    “Now I play with the systems. Those pieces of programming are kind of rare. We’ll see what happens.”

    By Annah URL on 02.01.2013