Good evening, this is the CCS Presidential Election News Flash.
Today, the CCS Presidential Election has its fifth vote-count.
As the result, Julian Star was voted off by outstanding number of
votes of nonconfidence.|
Uh, well... Vicky is reporting from Julian Star's campaign office.
|On the monitor did appear Vicky and Julian sitting at the table on which there's a big plate holing a pile—literally hundreds of rice balls.|
Hi, this is Vicky reporting from Julian Star's campaign office.
I'm going to interview Julian Star about the presidential election
and today's vote-count. |
Well, Julian, I'm sorry to hear you're voted off this time. I heard you were appealing to...
|Julian is smiling and eating rice balls he takes from the pile.|
|Julian||Hey, don't you want to eat these onigiri's?|
|Julian||Onigiri's. Japanese people call rice balls onigiri's.|
|Having no reason to reject, Vicky picks up one and takes a bite.|
|Vicky||Wow, it tastes good! The rice is soft and nicely flavored with salt.|
|Julian||You think so? The rice was sent from my supporters in a farm village. As I said in my campaign speech, agriculture is the vital industry that builds our strength.|
|Vicky||Yeah, but... I'm sorry you're voted off this time. I presume you're regretful that you have to withdraw even though you have supporters friendly enough to send you rice.|
Uhh... it's true that I'm sorry I couldn't answer those supporters
expectation. But I don't care; that's the election. |
I'm not sure who'll be elsected president, because all the candidates are competent.
|Vicky||How about your policy—stressing agriculture as the hope.|
|Julian||I'll keep appealing my policy, of course. And I hope whoever is elected president will understand the importance of the primary industies. We've got to strengthen the supply of food to the people.|
|Vicky||Food crisis impending because of overpopulation...|
|Julian||Yeah, that's right! I can't help being anxious about food crisis every time I get something to eat for lunch at 7-11.|
|Vicky||Please explain what makes you so anxious about the crisis.|
|Julian||When I buy so much food as to satisfy my appetite, almost half of the food in the showcase is gone. That means the store is capable of supporting only a few people's lives, right?|
|Vicky||Uhh... I don't thins so... Haha... [Laughs nervously]|
|Hundred of rice balls are gone; Julan finds there are a few rice balls left on the plate.|
|Julian||Oops, sorry. I didn't even realize I was the only one who was eating. Come on. Go ahead and help yourself.|
|Vicky||Uhh... I'm fine... uh... I'd rather feel like throwing up just by looking at you eat.|
Although uncounted votes, but these reasons were submitted in the previous month: