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I'm lying at a tiny bench along the riverside and seeing sky at night.

What a optimum hollow is inside me….

I guess I couldn't feel this horrible sense of emptiness if it's not autumn.

Honestly, I think I sort of love this absolute hollow or weariness. It's unfounded.
I don't know why I love this weird feeling.

And I guess that it might equal to a sense of distance between my sweetheart and I or something.

All of a sudden, I'm becoming scary of upcoming tomorrow owing to something would be likely to overspread that sky.

Am I kind of insane?


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Until recently, specifically, from a year ago to the day before yesterday, I'd carpooled to my office with one of my office's public servants. She'd picked me up to the office almost every weekday. So every time I ride her car during the morning rush hour, I thought that thanks to her kindness I could commute at no cost whether that's a real or not. But, you know, to be honest, I couldn't get inconvenient feeling out of my head while I'd ridden her car every day. That's because I felt that she grudgingly picked me up owing to her home was the same direction with that of mine. I already knew this, but I couldn't reject her carpool given that if I do like that, she would get kind of disappointed and upset. You know how miserable this relationship is?

 But strangely she didn't pick me up in the morning for the last few days. To make matters worse, she's been acting like she don't kind of want to pick me up no longer as well as talk with me at all. I don't know exactly why she seems like sort of being pissed off. Only one thing I'm assuming that is that it offended her deeply that some of my office's workers and I ate out grilled eel dish without her. Supposedly she wanted us to tell her like that, "Why don't we go to the eel restaurant together after work?" at that time. But since she's about 40-year-old woman I guess she' not one of the childish people who easily get sulky because of that happening. What the hell made her pissed off? Why the hell does she suspiciously sidestep me like that? Damn it! I'm just hopping I can finish this damn, mandatory military service as soon as possible. Who the hell made this system?

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I've been doing as one is told by present and what I could recognize here so far is like that, there is only a tremendously stuffy feeling I can feel. There is no motivation or purpose in my working experience here, and instead I'm sitting here at the wooden desk and being under public servants' thumbs today. Probably all those mundane boring thing all guys who are performing mandatory military service have to do everyday of their fucking lives like mine.

 First, I thought that I could find obviously a few good points during spending time here, but the more time passed by, the more I recognized that is a wast of time.

 Moreover, Some people say that you're so lucky because you can performing military not as a soldier but as a member of the society. They even estimate me as a jackass by reason of I didn't enter the army compare to other guys in Korea who already finished the military as soldiers or are rendering their service in the army now. I sick of them, I mean, I hate those who usually say like that. The true jackasses are them really.

 They need to know that all guys in Korea have to spend about 2 years when they are full of youth whether they are soldiers or public welfare agents. Obviously it is general that all soldiers and public welfare agents have to render their service and time unconditionally. But, you know, what the most ridiculous thing is just about every adults can't concern that truth. They thoroughly neglect the public welfare agents like me or the section eights as if their most important job in their own lives is only going to the military. That's too disgusting. I strongly insist that those who usually say like that are just as good as elementary school students.

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November 2, 2009 

 I've been working at my hometown's public office for about two years. Honestly, I've been working at the office as one of the public welfare agents insead of performing military service as a soldier of the army. The reason why I' rendering my service not at military but at public office of my local community is because I got a little poor rate at a physical examination of military. Yes, I've suffered from the back pain for a while, and that's why I got that rate at the examination. At that time, I thought that it would be a wonderful opportunity to cure my week spine and develop myself during spending time as a public welfare agent. You know, these days almost every guy is afraid of going to the military, given that it is mandatory as well as considered as a waste of the time for about two years. In that regard, I think that my situation could be a unexpected chance comparing to other men in Korea. So scores of my guy friends used to tell me, "You're so lucky. I envy you." And before I knew it, the end of my military is just around a corner. My old week spine has become a quite strong and I could eliminate my back pain. I got some English certifications while I worked at this place, I mean, I could develop my English speaking skill enough to be able to talk foreigners in English. Moreover I could have much time to deeply think of my dream of future, being a car boffin or a car designer like Christopher Edward Bangle who was a chief designer of BMW auto-making company once. But I'm not to say that there have been always good things for performing military at here.

 I could recognize that it's obvious there are no purposes, motivations and stuff like that in the almost every part of the government employees' society. Most of them have entered for an exam of the government employee because they didn't find the better jobs than the public servants. In other words, in the prime of the youth, they didn't want to dream about their own future job. You know they are sort of used to settle for the present. Just about every government employees are lack of motivating factors like passion, tenacity, challenge or something like that. I could knew that the importance of having my own dream of future by having seen them for rendering my service at here. I could be the greatest car designer or I'm a Dutchman.

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Issue. Some people think that Newspaper Companies do not always provide good articles because of managerial problems related to offering their articles for free on the Internet. Do you agree with this?

 No, I don't agree with this. But I'm not to say they always provide good articles. I'd say before I experienced Wikipedia, I did believe that articles written by those Internet Newspapers cannot help depending on the advertisement, contribution or something like that. But these days, not a few Newspaper Companies based on the internet are becoming the popular social hubs for every general publics. Those internet newspapers are represented by Wikipedia, Ohmynews, Blogger and stuff like that. Even though they're all nonprofit organizations, we can see a variety of the freshest news through them. Countless of netizens continuously write news and those news are gone through thousands of revisions by other netizens. I mean, everyone is editor. Some are experts but others are not. So if someone first write a news on those web sites, many people add more information about it and fix it. You know those series of group activities make a good news. That's why there's no advertisement on the wikinews or twitter.
 A news can be made by many people who're willing to share their own idea, data or something. And Since the mechanism of those internet newspaper closely resemble in Democracy, most of the case they're pretty reliable and convincing. Like what....Google. Google pursues an open source. It's called group intelligence.


1. Which section do you have the greatest interest in when you read newpapers?

Since I'm a car fanatic, a section I always look at the most carefully is a car and technology. Actually I'm subscribing three kinds of car magazines monthly. In additoin, I'm following some reporters and journalists of famous car magazines on twitter.


2. Do Koreans have a lot of interest in current issues?

Yes, wo do. As you know, Korea is known for its the highest level of high-speed Internet penetration in the world, so just about every Korean is really familiar to read the recent articles on the internet whoever he/she is very young or very old. So it is very natural for us to share personal ideas about current issues on the internet. For example, the number of users of twitter and cyworld is almost 40 million which is nine tenth of total population of South Korea.


3. If you want to spread your opinion quickly, what is the best way to tell the public?

For starters, I'm gonna write a mention on twitter, and then link it to my blog. By posting my opinion on my blog, I can express my own point of view about something very effectively. Plus I'll send a feed to many popular metablogs and social internet web sites like Facebook, Cywold, Wikinews, Lockerz like that. You know what, if I can expose my idea to just ten persons on twitter, almost half million people can read it. So I'd say it's the quickest way to spread my own opinion to others. Most of all, it's free! All I have to do is just to type a keyboard and click a mouse. And these days, I can quickly share my opinion more than ever with my smart phone.

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CARL AZUZ, CNN STUDENT NEWS ANCHOR: The headlines are coming! The headlines are coming! They're here. It's Friday, which is awesome! I'm Carl Azuz. This is CNN Student News.

First Up: Oil Spill Disaster

AZUZ: The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico is up first today, and there is a lot of new stuff to tell you about. First: the "top kill" procedure. What we know: It started Wednesday afternoon. What we don't know: if it's successful. At least, we don't know yet. Yesterday, the Coast Guard said the top kill process was going as planned. A BP official said it had been a success so far, but he also said it'll take 24 to 48 hours to complete.

Another thing we do know: This is now the worst spill in American history. It could already be twice as big as the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989. For a while, the estimate was that this leak was spilling around 5,000 barrels of oil into the Gulf every day. New estimates say, nah ah: It could be anywhere from 12,000 to 19,000 barrels per day. That means between 18 and 30 million gallons of oil might have been spilled.

We've also talked about the controversy surrounding the Minerals Management Service. That's the government agency that oversees oil drilling. There have been accusations about mismanagement and inappropriate behavior from some members of the agency. Yesterday, the director of the MMS resigned, although some sources indicated that she was fired. Officials are investigating what caused this spill. In the meantime, President Obama wants to limit new oil drilling and exploration, at least for a while.

You can keep up with all the details on this throughout the weekend. This is a dynamic story, so head to CNNStudentNews.com. Meanwhile, you've heard about the impact of this oil spill. Rob Marciano is going to give us a first-hand look that is absolutely shocking. Watch this.

(BEGIN VIDEO)

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: It was worse back there where it's super thick. I've never seen anything like it. Unreal.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Oh man, look at that streak. Look at the holes off of those. It's thick, thick, thick.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Like mud.

MARCIANO: That's unreal. This is ugly. This is really ugly.

Ugly is definitely an understatement. And we're only 12 miles from shore. By far, the thickest oil we've seen yet. This is just disturbing. Check it out. I mean, the oil, layers of oil actually building on each other in a putty-like form. This definitely is not dispersed. It's barely weathered at all. It almost looks like it's fresh, fresh from the pipe. Some areas of the oil are thicker than others. This is only the western edge of the slick. We are still not even 50 miles from the site of the spill. Unbelievable.

Our little armada pauses. We're out here with five other boats, and all of them have this nasty oil stuck to the hull. That's going to be a chore getting off. This boat just across the way, those guys are lowering a submersible camera to take a look at what the water and oil mixture looks like below the surface.

Boats are carrying scientists peering into and under the oil. Dr. Ian McDonald takes samples back to his lab in Florida, while Dr. Doug Inkley patrols for the National Wildlife Federation. A dead eel floats toward our boat. It too is taken as a sample, now headed to the lab for a closer look. Minutes later, something else is in the water. This one is alive.

UNIDENTIFIED MALE: That animal might be in a lot of trouble.

DOUG INKLEY, NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION: You normally don't see sharks like this running around on the surface, but this animal looks like it's in distress.

MARCIANO: The shark dives as we approach. Along the way, we see other sea creatures struggling in the oil like this baby crab. What's on the surface is easy to see.

IAN MACDONALD, OCEANOGRAPHER, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY: The animals like this that are out in the open ocean and we don't see them washed up. How do you assess that? You have a shark that dies in the water here and sinks to the bottom. Where's the assessment on that? How do you assess that?

MARCIANO: Can't count it. Much like the oil still spewing from the well, the amount of wildlife lost here may never be known. Rob Marciano, CNN, Venice, Louisiana.

(END VIDEO)

Is this Legit?

TOMEKA JONES, CNN STUDENT NEWS: Is this legit? The Atlantic hurricane season starts on June 1st. It's true! The Atlantic hurricane season officially lasts from June 1st to November 30th.

Hurricane Forecast

AZUZ: Some experts think this year's hurricane season could be extremely active. Hurricanes are rated by how intense they are; a lot of that has to do with their wind speed. If you hit a certain speed, the storm gets a name. Reynolds Wolf gives us the forecast for the 2010 Atlantic season.

REYNOLDS WOLF, CNN WEATHER ANCHOR: The reason why NOAA thinks this could be a very big season is for two reasons. One, sea surface temperatures are at record levels; very, very high. Another thing we've got going is very weak upper level winds. So, they've got a pretty good handle on this and what they're calling for would be 14 through 23 named storms; hurricanes, anywhere from eight to 14; and out of those hurricanes, seven to even three could be major hurricanes. So again, scary stuff.

AZUZ: Storms that form out in the Atlantic can also move into the Gulf of Mexico. So the question is, what kind of effect might they have on the oil spill? High winds could pick the oil up and hurl it onto the shore, spreading the impact of the spill. Or, if the storm makes waves, the oil could ride those waves into shore.

Facebook Promo

AZUZ: Will there be a new show on Monday? No. We're off for Memorial Day. Does this mean you have an extra day to check out our Facebook page? Yes. Will there be a new video? Maybe. They say everyone out there has a double somewhere. Mine is the star of our latest video. Facebook.com/cnnstudentnews.

Blog Report

AZUZ: We ran a story last week about a restaurant that allowed customers to pay whatever they could; prices weren't set in stone. On our blog at CNNStudentNews.com, most students -- 60 percent -- say this would work where they live. Heather is one of them. "I think when people aren't being forced to pay but are given the choice, we are more generous", she writes. Rehan writes "it wouldn't work in my city because people would take advantage of the opportunity." But Lary says it would work in his because people there are generous. Connor writes that "50 years ago, [he] would've said yes because people's morals, decency and character would've kept the restaurant afloat. Now, [he] believes everyone would scam these restaurants or rip them off." Notice this: We only accept your first names on the blog and we only use your first names on the show!

Shoutout

STAN CASE, CNN STUDENT NEWS: Today's Shoutout goes out to Coach Langford's world history class at Carroll High School in Southlake, Texas! What was Paul Revere's profession? You know what to do! Was he a: A) Silversmith, B) Horse trainer, C) Town crier or D) Lawyer? You've got three seconds -- GO! He might be best known for a horseback ride, but Paul Revere was a silversmith. That's your answer and that's your Shoutout!

Jewelry Discovered

AZUZ: Revere's silver shop made at least 90 different kinds of products. Everything from spoons to parts for a sword to a chain for a pet squirrel. His work was top notch. In fact, you might even say he was "revered" for it. Okay. That was 200 years ago. But as Frances Rivera of affiliate WHDH tells us, Revere's work is back in the headlines.

(BEGIN VIDEO)

FRANCES RIVERA , WHDH REPORTER: Two Masons with an accidental find. They stumbled across Masonic jewels dating back to 1797 at a lodge in Concord.

JOHN RITCHIE, FOUND JEWELS: While working on the building, we managed to locate a bag hidden amongst the insulation. Unbeknownst to us, this bag that was all chewed up from animals or moths or something that had gottten trapped in a very old building, contained these items.

RIVERA: Ritchie says they were so busy with their work, the men just put the jewels aside.

RITCHIE: It did take us some time until we found out, almost a year and a half later. We were quite surprised when we actually did discover that they were as old as they were.

RIVERA: After doing some research, they say they think Paul Revere actually made the jewels.

RANDALL OXLEY, MASTER, CORINTHIAN LODGE: As the Grand Master and as the master who chartered lodges, he, being a silversmith, wanted to give a gift to the brothers that were going to be in that lodge and kind of put his mark on the craft at that time.

RIVERA: Each jewel represents an officer's position in the lodge. They're similar to the ones used today.

OXLEY: He left us a legacy with these jewels. The care and affection he put into them inspires us to want to leave a legacy to our community, our children and our craft.

(END VIDEO)

Before We Go

AZUZ: Finally, we're gonna be off on Monday. You heard me mention the reason why earlier: it's Memorial Day. This tradition goes back nearly 150 years. It started out as a way to pay tribute to troops who died during the Civil War. And now, Memorial Day honors all of the men and women who have sacrificed their lives in service of their country.

Goodbye

AZUZ: CNN Student News salutes them. We'll be back on Tuesday for our last week of the school year. Hope everyone enjoys the long weekend. I'm Carl Azuz.

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Issue. Some poeple argue that an arranged marriage is better than a love match. Do you agree with this?

 Yes, I agree with this. An unarraged marriage uaually causes some problems that are really hard to overcome during married life, like financial unstability or something like that. So it's really obvious it's so important to prepare marriage in terms of financial stability or spritual health.
 I mean, love is the most essential factor for marriage, yet if we want to have a "happily-ever-after" life, to a certain extent, we should be financially stable. I'd say any factor is not a completely ignorable factor, so I think that's why getting married is kind of difficult these days.


1. Where did you get married? If you are not married yet, where would you want to have your marriage ceremony?
 
 Since I'm a Catholic, I'd like to have my marriage ceremony at the Church. But it can be changed according to who my marriage partner will be in the future. I want to get married with my partner under the god's blessing. But these days not a few women in Korea only stick to have a marriage ceremony at a place which is full of vanity and fancy....like what.... very luxurious hotel or something. I think it's just mundane, boring thing everybody wants to do. When I see persons who madly look for very expensive place for their own marriage ceremony, I even think that they want to marry for the purpose of not congratulating their marriage, but showing their extravagant wedding ceremony to others.


2. Why are there so many match-making companies thriving in Korea?

 Well actually I don't understand why people make their marriage partners with that companies, even though a personal choise is the most important. Anyway I just vaguely assume that is one of the flows of capitalism, called specializing. You know, in a capitalized economy many fields has been being departmentalized and each member of society has been being specialized in their own skills or jobs. Actually departmentalizing and specializing can bring a synergy effect. So in that regard, people are shifting their jobs related to marriage onto the match-making companies.


3. What is the most important criteria to choose your marriage partner?

 I'm human too, and foremost, I'm a man so I do like a pretty woman. But I'm tend to figure out this and that when I choose my marriage partner. For example, positive mind, same religion with me, a family like that. So I can say I'm a little picky boy.
 But you know what, the girls who I've ever met so far were not completely matched my ideal type. I've usually fallen in love with a girl unconsciously, I mean, I cannot help being charmed with love even though she was not my ideal type. I'd say "Love has always blinded me." You know it's called "Bean pods are on the eyes." in Korea.

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Issue. Your company or school will prohibit using disposable cups to reduce the use of disposable products. Do you agree with this?

Yes, I agree with this. I think by using a personal mug or something like a non-disposable cup, the company or school might be obtain a cost saving on purchasing disposable cups. And foremost, we can expact the effect of the protection of the environment. Although stop using disposable paper cups would be a sort of annoying thing, you know, by doing so we can protect the environment. I've ever see a statistic about the proportion of the paper cup at the total amount of wood pulp. It takes almost half of whole wood pulp. So if we stop using the disposable cups, we don't have to log more trees and can protect the environment.


1. What is a way to decrease the use of disposable products?

Most of all, we should know that disposable product really harm the environment. But these days, we've already been familiar to using them in daily life, so it seems to be obvious that it's impossible to halt them right now. So I'd say to decrease the use of disposable products, government have to introduce tight regulations on the companies producing them and prohibit stocking deposable goods at all public institutions and markets. And in the meantime, government should advertise frequently about using personal mug cups like that instead of the disposable products.


2. Where are the most disposable products used?

You know, I go to a fitness center everyday. And I think that fitness center is where the disposable products are used most. During working out at the fitness center, all people constantly drink water with a water purifier. The problem is that everyone use a new disposable paper cup almost every time they want to drink water. So the garbage cans of the fitness center are always full of pater cups.


3. What do you do to protect your earth and the environment?

You know, the more our society gets developed, the more we get familiar to use products which are produced through the more complicated manufacturing process. And every steps of the manufacturing has its own external expense, for instance, water pollution caused by producing semiconductors like that. That's the reason why many people insist that technology is inompatble with the environment. The obsessive-compulsive technological development has made us forget teh way to get rest enough and nature environment as well. So to protect the environment we have to think of the way we can rest properly. By doing so, we can make nature turn up the swich of natral purification. But, its such a shame that many politicians and companies stick to develope a technology to cure the environment.

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Issue. Some people think buying imitation designer labeled goods is effective in terms of cost saving. Do you agree with this?

No, I don't agree. When we discuss about imitation, it might not be important that whether it's illegal or not for each indivisual. Most of all, purchasing imitation is a matter of each person's tastes. So to judge this totally depends on indivisuals. But just about every imitation designer labeld goods has very law quality. Since they are made up of law qualitied materials, they're not very durable. So before long we will get to know that we have to throw away them and eventually we cannot help regreting about what we purchased imitations.


1. Are you the kind of person who has designe brands?

Yes. Since basically I'm a human too, and foremost, I really sick of using imitations, most items in my closets and shoe rack are honest goods. But I'm not to say I have a strong vanity or something. I'd say I deeply know that buying imitation designer labeled goods is not cost saving but waste of money. Most of the case, they have a low quality.


2. What do you think about the people who have a lot of designer brands items?
 
Well, it's not bad. Because it all depends on each personal's choices. Whatever they stick to a designer brand item ot not, it would be fine if they feel good by purchasing something. But there're some people who always try to purchase only designer brand items, even though they can't afford their hig price. Furthermore, they sometimes take out a private loan to buy the expensive designer brand items like Prada, GUCCI and stuff like that. You know most of them will eventually suffer from a large amount of the debt. Speaking of which, let me introduce a little amazing stroy about that. I read an article that there are some people who are willing to sell their kidney to buy Hermes's back.


3. Some people argue that an unconditional preference for designer brands is related to a person's false consciousness. What do you think about this?

I totally agree with that idea. We can easily see those types of persons in some movies or soap operas like "Devile Wears Prada" and "Sex and the City".
Of course, it's true that a lot of designer brand goods are more beautiful and gorgeous than imitations or non-designer brand labeled itmes, but these days most buyers more consider about its label or an expansive price tag, instead of its quality. I'd say that can be called a person's false consciousness. Many people buy expensive designer brand goods to show off their wealth or something like that to others. And to be honest, when I see those people, I feel really disgusting. In that regard, the reason why many youngsters daydream to buy expensive cars like Mercedes-benz, Ferrari like that is same.

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Issue. The Australian government has been keeping a tight policy to limit water usage because of a severe lack of water cuased by climate change. Would you agree if the Korean government brings in this policy?

Yes, I totally agree with this. Like the case of Korea that most civilians can't recognize the importance of saving water source, this policy would help the general public reducing extra water consumption at some degree. Many Korean usually waste too much water in many fields like taking a long shower, washing the dishes or something, even if  they've already learned  that we all have to save water. It's because most Korean consider the water as what they can buy with just money.  And this kind of generally accepted idea is hard to be changed because we're all living under the capitalism. We should know water is really essential and if we keep using water excessively, natural environment will be lifethreatening. So by introducing strict policy on limit water usage, I guess we can save a large amount of water consumpsion effectively.


1. Do you think that people really can forecast the weather exactly?

No, I don't. Although we can relatively forecast the weather of the near future compared to before, it's still true that we cannot exactly know the crazy weahter variation these days. You know the more human develops the world, the more the climate change is complex and unpredictable. So we have to dicuss about the eco-friendly way to develop our civilization. I mean, we have to find the way we can co-exist the narual environment as soon as possible. Before long, we would face the most terrible natural disaster that we've never experienced before without doubt.


2. Explain the characteristics of Korea's four seasons.

Korea has four district seasons. And each season has its own clear climate characteristics. Spring is from March to May. It's really warm, I mean, the average temperature of spring season is 15℃ or so. It's my favorite season. Summer starts from June to August. As you know, since Korea's summer is also really hot, the average temperature of summer is about 30℃. And there're a few times of mosoon(heavy rain) during summer of Korea. Autume is from September to October and the average temperature is about 10℃. In fall, most trees and mountains change their color, I mean, you can see the maple in this season. And finally winter starts from November to February. Korean winter is so cold these days, so the average temperature of winter is -5℃ or so.
But lately, we don't seem to have spring and fall. The weather is exactly hot and cold. I think it all has to do with climate change.


3. What is the easiest way for you to protect the environment from polution?

Well, actually I don't konw. I usually think of the way I can protect the environment from polution, eventually I always get to know that I cannot protect the environment just alone. So to be honest, I don't know exactly what the easiest way to protect the environment damaged on a global scale. I just vaguely assume that we need to do something altogether to protect it, and in that regard, the government policy on it is really important. Oh, so all I have to do is to cast my vote to a right politician anyway.... How do you think about it?

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