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I cant think of what to write about. I don’t know what to do. I am panaicing. I don’t think that I can do it.
By lizzyb97 URL on 03.22.2011
Of our polity
Is the merriment
Of our regiment
At the cost
Of our lost
By Jadam URL on 03.22.2011
There really isn’t any way to win at this place. We receive emails when we deviate slightly from policy yet still manage to honor the company’s core values; we receive emails when we follow procedure to the letter; we receive emails to remind us of policies that we’ve long since chosen to ignore and new policies that will only further ensure that we continue to receive emails because no one can ever remember what the last verdict was. The best thing to do is just never check your email.
By J.D. URL on 03.22.2011
The definition of restrictive means, and the desire to go against it.
“You’re application does not comply with our policy.”
By Heather URL on 03.22.2011
complicated board rooms of suits and clicking pens and yellow legal pads… minds thinking in big words and red tape. it seems the common good, the heart of the matter, the crux of what people should and want to do is lost because of rules and bills and grown-up things that everyone shakes their heads at and says “that’s just how it is.”
By b. on 03.22.2011
Policy. First thing I thought of was “police.” But that’s not what this is.
Policy…. Office policy comes to mind. Policies that doctor’s have….
Nope. I’m still thinking police. Maybe if you break policy they’ll call the police! -Whoever “they” are.
Ugh. What’s the policy on ending this exercise early?
By Noisy Quiet URL on 03.22.2011
a division of Identity Crisis, Inc.