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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 17, 2004

daily activity getting with it

On my way to school today, I found out that there was an interesting article in today's edition of the Yomiuri Shimbun, since the man sitting in front of me was reading it. The listing of "hot" articles in that issue was written on the front page, just like all of the newspapers around today. One of the headlines on the list was called "Kanji Conversion Errors Masterpiece 20", which gave me the eagerness to find out what those errors are.

By the way, the reason why I went to school today was for the continuation of our editing procedures, which are necessary for the Culture festival. We were able to complete 1 of the 4 videos, and were also able to learn a whole lot of techniques on Premiere.

Well anyway, after we had lunch, the eagerness flashed through my mind. I headed to the newspaper rack in the library instantly, grabbed today's edition of the Yomiuri Shimbun, and brought it over to the editing PCs on the other end of the room. I opened the paper, read some top stories, and turned over to page 31; the page where THE ARTICLE was written on.

The actual acticle is posted along today. If you could understand the meaning, you'll understand our reaction. We were frenzy over it! It's hilarious!!! lol This article reactivated everyone who were in quite a dark mood from long hours of scruffle on the PCs. Another side effect. After the apperance of this article, everyone's tensions were eased so much that it made everyone sing, laugh and giggle for the rest of the day. Ain't it powerful? lol


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