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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.

Monday, December 06, 2004


Day 4. Main flow of our final "finals" finished today. I don't know...I think I did well, except Math C. Basically, I am unable to solve problems that I've never solved, which is like completely off the expectaions our math teachers are having toward us. lol I think I was able to get the problems that were same or relavant to the ones on the textbook, but nothing further than that. That's my first "unfortunate" of today.

I had this thought today. Don't you think it is really unfortunate to "know" everything when you're still young? Of course, I don't have any knowledge on things you gain from experiences after you go out into the society, but what I mean by "knowing everything" is like...the sense you have toward products or the level of value. When you are mentally mature like this, the level of satisfaction is not sustainble by the social status of a high schooler or a college student. If you have a lower level of value, you'll be able to be fulfilled by something of a lower level, which could be fortunate on some perspective.

Japanese people, who often have an attribution toward branded good are unfourtunate, similar in the way I am. Although I don't have any attribution towards branded goods, I do have one towards design oriented or high quality products, which in most cases, are expensive as I've once written here. It's practically impossible to satisfy myself, because the pace I get my hands on them is really slow...well, it's impossible to completely satisfy human desire in the first place, nothing to brag, but I wish I could degrade my sense in some way.

Oh yeah. I've decided to have a "social experiment" in a 2 month span. I just hope I'd be able to get the result I anticipate...


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