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    The world is Sameness seems to be a Utopia. Little did everyone in the community know that their, perfect world is imperfect. Everything seems to be organized by the people whom they call an Elders. The Elders are the leaders of the community in their society. They are the one who decides for everyone in the community. They were trying to make their world a Utopia, but no one seems to recognize that their perfect world turns out to be an imperfect world. Furthermore, no one in the community feels

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    Dream World

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    will it last? I never know. Time appears to extend beyond all dimensions. The interstice between reality and fabrication widens, and out of the darkness a dim light forms. Objects begin materializing from beyond the ghostly shadows, and a vast new world is created. Looming in the infinite mist, a girl is inscribed in a desolate chamber. The walls consist of eternal night, and the flames of hell consume her. Her auburn hair is seared in the fire, and the blood pulsing through her veins begins

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    On Top of the World

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    On Top of the World This winter wonderland called Austria is full of small villages surrounded by snow capped mountains that look like someone has come along with some icing sugar and generously topped each one. Mountain after Mountain clustered together, with pine trees placed here and there that are dappled with snow. A real life picture post card with chocolate box wooden houses and roof tops covered in crisp clean snow. Pretty balconies with people sat enjoying a glass or two of the local

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    Saving the World

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    Saving the World - Symantec Reading the case study about Symantec’s and their virus hunters is right in line with learning the fundamentals of management. Symantec is a company that is dealing with all facets of managing and running a company in today’s world (Robbins, Decenzo, & Coulter, 2013). They have many issues that are valid in today’s business world, global management, technology, diversity and cultural differences. Managing a business in a global environment is today’s management challenge

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    Parallel worlds

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    One of the books I have read that came to mind fist is titled Agenda 21 by Glenn Beck and Harriet Parke. Agenda 21, like 1984 by George Orwell, is a dystopian book that shows the pain and misery of life through the eyes of 18-year-old Emmeline. Her world consists of always obeying the Authorities, reproducing, and producing clean energy. Those who cannot do so, have no use in the Authorities’ society and would later be killed and disposed of in the recycling plant. What stood out about this book is

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    The World - Original Writing After the dreamless sleep of eons, the time had come for him to awaken, to view what was known only as The World. He traversed the nothingness of the desolate area around him, aimlessly trying to find something, someone, anything. Yet isolation was all he found. The World was a place where the order of time was non-existent and all of intelligent life's technology was lost for all eternity, all under a veil of turmoil. The more he searched, the less he found

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    It was the middle of autumn, the period right before the world would be concealed in a white blanket of snow. It was the time where the colorful leaves had released from their humble perch upon the trees and now lie sprinkled across the land. A chilly wind brushed through the area picking up the leaves from the pavement, I viewed in awe as they twisted and twirled in the air as if they were dancing. Autumn was undeniably one of the most beautiful seasons; even the naked trees were striking as they

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    last breath, wishing they had food or shelter. Take a moment to imagine that the world outside, the very air you breathe, is toxic. Envision that the only chance for survival was being locked in a silo deep beneath the earth, never being able to feel the wind, rain, or sun. Having children is left up to someone else, your vacations consist of being granted passes to one of the 100+ floors, the only glimpse of the world above you is on the wall in the dining hall, and the government is hiding something

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    Tunes, Pods, and Worlds

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    musical world is now at your fingertips that is an amazing thing to be able to say. With all of these features and more what is not to love? An online article by Andrew Sullivan revealed an opinion that there are plenty of reasons why you should not love the iPod. Sullivan describes people with iPods as “little white box worshippers” and compares the Apple Stores to churches (Sullivan 4). He goes on to explain that the iPod has caused people to retreat out of society and fall into a world where

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    Ecological sabotage of “ecosabotage” is the social movement against the destruction or misuse of our natural earth in the world today. The ecosaboteurs believe that harmful against Mother Earth are varied and happen all around. Actions such as whaling and nuclear war are extreme cases of harmful behavior that is legally permitted, but potentially destructive to our environment; even actions such as pollution and global warming pose threats, although they are not as extreme. Even though the term

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