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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.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008


A relaxing day, at least up to the evening. Woke up at 10, had lunch and substituted another web test for my GF after that. When I was jonhunting,  I have only had mathematical problems on web tests, but somehow, Japanese companies tend to measure the applicants' personalities more thoroughly. As you can see from the course of this observation, I ended up pretending to be her on that test.

When I completed it, I got a call from my buddy, asking for my opinion on an issue that had been haunting him for months aready. He has put himself into a difficult position because of his offer letter he got in December. That's one of the reasons why I didn't want multiple acceptance letters, at least within my mind with risk out of the equation. 

In the evening, I headed for Gotanda to discuss the issues regarding the upcoming farewell party. I guess things went better than expected, but the loose stance students tend to have in this country was one of the main source of confusion regarding it. Why can't people manage priorities and time more efficiently?

That's one of the parts I'm good at. Hehe. Now, the problem is my motivation toward the production of a photographic slide show. No, maybe it's the photos I need more than the motivation. Oh dear.


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