free web tracker soliloquies: attempt 2


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Tuesday, August 24, 2004

attempt 2

My second attempt in visiting the Prefectural Library has succeeded. The harvest there were 2 books and 1 research data. One of the books I borrowed there, which is called "Airport Culture and New Corporation Tactics", is full of mumbo jumbo, or in other words, economical terms. PFI? PPP? IPO? That Faculty of Economy is definately going off my wish list.

Also, in the City Library, I was able to find a book on the privatization of the JR East. JR East is fully privatized now, and is one of the superior companies on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, but 17 years ago, the company had 6.6 trillion yen of long term debts, which was 4.5 times their annual income. It's like the situation Japan, as a nation is currently situated in. Japan now has marvelous 1.2 QUADRILLION YEN(Ever heard of QUADRILLION? lol) of National, Prefectural and Municipal debts, which is twice the national GDP of the world's second largest economy. I must get outta herrre!!! It's gonna sink!!!

Oh, another thing. When I woke up this morning, the medal count has reached 15..already. I guess we still have chance of getting another one on baseball, perhaps.


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