"No matter what it may be, object to Horikita's opinion. Then right afterwards, ask Kushida for her opinion".
That was what I had instructed Karuizawa to do in the middle of class.
Tips, opportunities to make money：Farm on the Internet? "As far as improvisation goes, you have a way of spinning a good story. In that situation, you did well objecting".
"Really. If I had to say, I agreed with Horikita-san's opinion. I don't quite understand calling out to Kushida-san either. So, what's the meaning behind that order?".
"There'll be no end to it if you worry over the meaning behind each and every one of my actions. And even if you wish for it, there's no guarantee that I'd answer. Do you understand what I mean by this?".
Tips, opportunities to make money：What is typing on the Internet to make money? "You're telling me to just obey your orders without asking the reason behind them. I get it".
"That is what I mean".
Tips, opportunities to make money：Zhangjiajie's work online The obedient Karuizawa did not inquire any further.
"Then, other than that, tell me something. You didn't raise your hand but which one did you think was the right one?".
"I'd have to say both were right. Where to place the emphasis is up to the individual themselves after all".
"That's not an answer. Ultimately, you didn't answer what you're really thinking".
"Unfortunately, I have a policy of basically not thinking in terms of 'which' one".
".....what's with that? I don't understand. What do you want to do? Are you aiming to throw the other classes into chaos? Or are you seriously thinking about raising up Class D to Class A?".
"At the very least, Horikita believes that".
'That's not what I mean', as though saying that Karuizawa sighed and glared at me.
"What I'm asking about isn't what Horikita-san thinks. I'd like you to tell me already what you're seeing and what you're aiming for".
"Let's see. If I had to say, I have no interest in rising up to Class A. It's just, I'm starting to feel like preparing this class to be able to rise to Class A isn't such a bad thing".