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As daunting of a journey as he knew it would be, for him, it was the easiest decision in the world.他知道这是一个艰难的过程。但对他而言,这是全世界最简单的决定。After all, who better to implement common sense business approach to this country?毕竟,还有谁能更好地在这个国家落实符合常理的经营方法?Who better to apply practical solutions to the impractical decision-making of an administration that has bred a trillion debt, one which goes up by ,000 a second and over billion a day?谁能更好地运用切实可行的解决方案,解决因政府不切实际的决策造成的19万亿美元国债,解决这个每秒增加3.2万美元、每天增加20亿美元的债务?Who better to implement common sense tax reductions for one of the highest-taxed nations in the world, allowing our citizens the chance to keep more of what they earn, as opposed to having it squandered away by our inefficient government?谁能在这一全球最高税收之一的国家更好地执行符合常理的减税,使我们的人民能有机会保留更多所得,而不是被效率低下的政府搜刮殆尽?Who better to negotiate the return of countless American manufacturers, like Nabisco and Ford and Carrier, and so many others, back to the ed States where they began, than a man who has single-handedly employed tens and tens and tens of thousands of people around the country?谁能更好地为无数美国制造商的回归而谈判,让诸如纳贝斯克、福特和开利等公司回归其最初创立的地方-美国,谁能比一个在全国雇佣了成千上万员工的人更适合做这些事情呢?Its time for a president with common sense.是时候选一个有常识的总统了。Its time for a president who understands the art of a deal and appreciates the value of a dollar: our tax dollars.是时候选一个懂得交易的艺术和明白美元价值即我们的税金的总统了。Its time for the president who has always been the one to sign the front of a check, not the back.是时候选一个总是付钱给别人而非一直索取钱财的总统了。Throughout my fathers career, he has been repeatedly called on by government to step in, save delayed, shuttered, and grossly over-budget public projects, everything from the exterior of Grand Central Terminal in New York to the iconic old post office in Washington, D.C. , just to name a few.在我父亲职业生涯中,他一直不断接到政府的请求,请他介入,挽救那些延期、被停止和超巨大的公共项目。从纽约的中央车站外墙,到华盛顿标志性的老邮局,这只是很少的几个例子。Back in 1986, the city of New York tried to refurbish a simple ice skating rink in Central Park.在1986年,纽约试图翻新中央公园一个简单的溜冰场。The project dragged on for over six years and blew up to over million, million over an aly-inflated budget.项目拖了六年多,花了超过1300万美元,比本就过分充足的预算还多了500万美元。Thats when my father, who overlooked this disastrous construction site from his office window each and every day, decided he had to step in.那时,我父亲每天都能从他办公室的窗外看到项目灾难性的施工现场,他决定介入。Disgusted by government incompetence and ineptitude, he invested million of his own money in order to complete the project.反感于政府的无能,为了完成项目,他自掏腰包投资200万美元。What had taken the city over half a decade to botch, my father completed in less than six months, two months ahead of schedule and over a million dollars under budget.然后这个耽误了6年多的项目,我父亲用了不到6个月就完成了,比预期进度提前了两个月,且低于预算100多万。201612/48195632. I couldn't ask for more. 我不能要求更多了。 用法透视 这个句型用否定的语气表达了肯定的意思。表面上说"不能要求更多",其实就是说对一切都非常满意。 持范例 1. I couldn't ask for a more helpful friend than you. 我不可能找到比你更帮忙的朋友了。 2. You couldn't have asked for a better place to hold your exhibition. 你不可能要求更好的地方来举办你的展览了。 3. You couldn't ask for a more qualified man for the work. 你不可能找到更能胜任这个工作的人了。 会话记忆 A: I can't believe the weather is so gorgeous for your wedding. 我不能相信你婚礼时天气会那么好。 B: Yes. It's perfect. 是啊。太完美了。 A: And all of the flowers are in bloom. 还有所有的花都盛开着。 B: I couldn't have asked for more. 我不能要求更多了 /200705/13171For ten days during Christmas of 1995, Hubble stared into the abyss - seeking whatever light it could glean from the darkness.在1995年圣诞节的前后十天里,哈勃望远镜凝视着深邃的太空--寻找着它可以从黑暗中收集到的任何光亮。And it was total darkness.但它却彻彻底底是黑暗的。Fellow astronomers didnt know if hed see much of anything.后来的宇航员们并不知道他是否看到了更多东西。But Williams was rewarded - and the entire world was struck by the awesome images our satellite returned.但威廉姆斯得到了回报,整个世界被我们卫星发送回来的可怕图片所震惊。In that tiny patch of sky, the Hubble Deep Field showed thousands of lights.在那片小小的天空中,哈勃深空显示着数千个亮光。Each brilliant spot represented not a single star but an entire galaxy.每一个亮点所代表的不只是单一的星球,而是整个星系。The discovery was absolutely incredible.这一发现完全是不可思议的。But the unforgettable image did not satisfy our deep hunger for knowledge.但这不能被遗忘的图像并没有满足我们对知识的渴望。It increased evermore and even more and reminded us how much we do not know about space;它不断增加着,甚至更多的让我们了解到太空,也提醒着我们还有很多所不了解的太空;frankly, how much we do not know about life.坦率地讲,是我们对生命还有多少不了解的。With this weeks NASA reauthorization, we continue progress on Hubbles successor, the James Webb Space Telescope.有了本周的NASA重新授权法案,我们可以在哈勃继任者,詹姆斯.韦伯太空望远镜上取得更多进展。It is amazing. The Webb Telescope is set to launch next year.这很神奇。韦伯望远镜计划在明年发射。It will gaze back through time and space to the very first stars and the earliest galaxies in the universe.它将穿越时间和空间,回头凝视宇宙中最早的星球和最早期的星系。We can only imagine what incredible visions it will bring.我们只能想象它能带回来什么意想不到的美景。201704/504045

And we have a Congress that doesnt have the courage to enforce it through a comprehensive background check system. 但国会却没有勇气站出来为全面背景审查制度立法As a result, 33 innocent people are murdered with guns every day Since you first signed the Matriculation Oath as freshman 4 years ago. 正因为此 每天都有33名无辜的人死于杀从你们这些毕业生四年前签署入学誓约以来More than 40,000 Americans have been murdered with guns Thats nearly as many Americans as we lost in combat during the entire Vietnam War. 超过4万美国人死于杀这几乎和整个越南战争中战死的美军人数一样多Congresss failure to act in Washington is its worst, the worst thing that its ever done. 华盛顿的国会不展开行动这是迄今为止它犯下的最大错误It would not be fighting for change I would not be fighting for change and you would not be fighting for change. 它不愿意为改变而战如果我们不相信自己能赢的话If we didnt believe we could win This is something you really should think about. 你我都不会愿意为改变而战这是确实值得你们思考的In fact, I believe we will win sooner or later Because I believe in all of you. 实际上 我相信我们迟早会赢因为我相信你们Your generation -- more than any other, at least since the 1960s -- is reshaping society in fundamental ways. 你们这一代比任何一代 至少是比1960年代以来的那一代更擅于从根本上重塑社会By making your values known and your voices heard I’ve seen how powerful that can be. 你们擅于传播自己的价值 发出自己的声音我看到过 这有多强大In New York, the voices of young people -- some of them too young to vote -- played a crucial role in passing a law legalizing same-sex marriage. 在纽约 年轻人的声音 有些人甚至还没到投票年龄在同性婚姻合法化上扮演了重要角色And it passed with bi-partisan support Here in Ohio, the son of a Republican senator --. 这得到了两党持 法案得以通过在这里 在俄亥俄 一位共和党参议员的儿子Who had the courage to come out -- led his father to change his view of gay marriage. 鼓起勇气站了出来让他父亲改变了自己对同性婚姻的看法And it gave him the courage to speak out Individual courage, combined with collective action and teamwork. 这又让这位父亲鼓起勇气说出立场个人勇气 同集体行动和团队协作结合起来Changes the world Nine years ago, voters here in Ohio passed a constitutional amendment. 能改变世界9年前 俄亥俄这里的投票者 通过了一项宪法修正案Banning same-sex marriage But because of that so many young people are speaking up and organizing. 禁止同性婚姻不过正因为此 很多年轻人站出来说话 并组织起来Make no mistake about it: its days are numbered When all of you return for your 10-year reunion -- and hopefully well before --. 这方面不要犯错 陈规行将就木你们10年后会再次聚首 但愿在这很久之前That amendment will belong to historys scrap heap I can aly hear some of the conversations at that reunion. 这项修正案就早已被历史所摒弃我已经能够想象到那场重聚中的一些对话了201607/455123

Hello, everybody. Today, there are some 2.2 million people behind bars in America. Millions more are on parole or probation. All told, we spend 80 billion taxpayer dollars each year to keep people locked up. Many are serving unnecessarily long sentences for non-violent crimes. Almost 60 percent have mental health problems. Almost 70 percent were regular drug users. And as a whole, our prison population is disproportionately black and Latino. Now, plenty of people should be behind bars. But the reason we have so many more people in prison than any other developed country is not because we have more criminals. Its because we have criminal justice policies, including unfair sentencing laws, that need to be reformed. We know that simply locking people up doesnt make communities safer. It doesnt deal with the conditions that lead people to criminal activity in the first place, or to return to prison later. After all, theres evidence that a 10 percent increase in the high school graduation rate leads to a nearly 10 percent decrease in arrest rates. A ten percent wage increase for men without a college degree lowers crime by as much as 20 percent. And a growing body of research suggests that the longer people stay in jail, the more likely they are to commit another crime once they get out. Heres why this matters. Every year, more than 600,000 people are released from prison. We need to ensure that they are prepared to reenter society and become productive, contributing members of their families and communities – and maybe even role models. Thats why weve been working to make our criminal justice system smarter, fairer, less expensive, and more effective. This week, the Department of Justice will highlight how strong reentry programs can make communities safer. My Administration will announce new actions that will build on the progress weve aly made. Well release more details about how we are taking steps to ensure that applicants with a criminal history have a fair shot to compete for a federal job. Were issuing a new report that details the economic costs of our high rates of incarceration. And were calling on businesses to commit to hiring returning citizens who have earned a second chance. These are just a few of the steps were taking. But theres much more to do. Disrupting the pipeline from underfunded schools to overcrowded jails. Addressing the disparities in the application of criminal justice, from arrest rates to sentencing to incarceration. Investing in alternatives to prison, like drug courts and mental health treatment. Helping those who have served their time get the support they need to become productive members of society. Good people from both sides of the aisle and across all sectors are coming together on this issue. From businesses that are changing their hiring practices, to law enforcement thats improving community policing, were seeing change. Now, we need a Congress thats willing to send a bipartisan criminal justice reform bill to my desk. This isnt just about what makes economic and practical sense. Its about making sure that we live up to our ideals as a nation. Thanks, and have a great weekend.201605/441184

Love and Feelings 爱情[爱情的语言最甜蜜,多为风花雪月之类。那种表达很诗意,试想一个语言干枯的人是无法完成的。所以我们要学习,学别人的情话,学别人的浪漫,用在自己的身上。这里选取了五个电影片段,情绪多样,或互诉衷情、或互相争吵,或表达歉意。然而因为有爱,这些对话和情绪无端湿润了许多。]NO.1Autumn in New York《纽约的秋天》 威尔成功地约了少女莎洛特参加宴会,他的风度和运筹帷幄的能力使莎洛特深深迷恋。宴会结束了,两人却舍不得分离。有层纸终究未曾捅破,谁也不愿先说第一句。含蓄些吧,该怎么表示心中的情意对谁都是个问题。换了你我,用中文尚且吃力,更何况是英文。那就来听听别人的诉说,尽管他们的话中充满了挑逗性。单词通缉令1. patterns n. 形式2. chilling a.寒冷的;冷漠的3. unprecedented a.空前的4. utterly ad.完全5. unpredictable a.不可预知的6. relief n.解救;安慰7. apply to适用于……8. coincidently adv.巧合地9. yoga n.瑜珈10. unique a.独一无二的11. hitting on 追求12. kinda kind of 的口语形式 意为一点点,有些13. gravity n.地球引力Will: You know some people start to fall into these recognizable 1)patterns, and then the next step is that like immediately you know people inside. And if it’s a woman it’s a romance, forget it, it’s just there’s this majorly 2)chilling effect because you know exactly in the beginning what’s gonna happen in the end. Now what I like so much about you is I find you completely 3)unprecedented, and therefore 4)utterly 5)unpredictable.Charlotte: God, that must be a 6)relief. Will: What?Charlotte: Well, to finally deliver that speech to a woman and actually have it 7)apply to her. Because 8)coincidently I am all of those things you just said…Will: Yes.Charlotte: And so much more. My 9)yoga teacher calls me a 10)unique. Will: Come again?Charlotte: A unique.Will: A unique. Well, he’s a very wise man. Are you sure he’s not 11)hitting on you?Charlotte: It’s a woman. You on the other hand are what you would call a typical.Will: Oh, really?Charlotte: Oh, yes, really. And I can prove it too. You want me to?Will: OK, try.Charlotte: All right. Come here. I’m serious. Closer, closer.Will: Close enough?Charlotte: Yes, I was 12)kinda hoping 13)gravity would do the rest. Will: Maybe I am typical. We should go.Charlotte: Hmm. I can smell the rain. When did I learn how to do that? What should we do, Will, with this moment that we’re in? 威尔:你知道,有些人开始落入这些耳熟能详的套路中,然后下一步就是你很快了解了里面的人。如果是个女人,一场浪漫也就罢了,然而,却有种寒冷的效果,因为你一开始就知道结局会是什么。我所喜欢你的就是我发现你和别人完全不一样,所以根本不能预测。莎洛特:天哪,这真让我松了一口气。威尔:什么?莎洛特:最终还是把这些话说给了一个女人听,事实上这些话对于她完全适用。因为碰巧的是我就是你刚才说的那些的总和……威尔:是的。莎洛特:还有呢。我的瑜珈老师管我叫独一无二。威尔:再说一遍?莎洛特:独一无二。威尔:独一无二,哦,这是个聪明的男人。你肯定他不是在追你?莎洛特:是个女的。另一方面,你就是自己说的那种特别。威尔:真的?莎洛特:噢,是的,真的。我可以明。你想我明吗?威尔:好的,试一试。莎洛特:那好,过来。我是认真的。近一点,再近点。威尔:够近了吧?莎洛特:我希望地心引力可以做剩下的事。威尔:也许我真是特别。我们该走了。莎洛特:嗯。我可以闻到雨的味道。我什么时候学会这样做的?威尔,处于这种时候,我们怎么办? /200603/5396

Since 1937, Disney has made most of its money selling princesses to girls.从1937年开始,迪士尼就通过向女孩儿们出售公主玩偶赚钱。Its made a huge chunk of its money.他们为此大赚了一笔。Unless, of course, the princess your daughter is interested in, as my daughter is, is this one.当然,除非你的女儿和我的女儿一样,喜欢这样的角色。See, in 2012, Disney purchased LucasFilm for the sum of four billion dollars,看看吧,在2012年,迪斯尼总共花了40亿美元收购卢卡斯影业,and immediately they flooded the Disney stores with Han Solo and Obi-Wan Kenobi, with Darth Vader and Luke Skywalker and Yoda and not Princess Leia.之后汉索罗,欧比旺·肯诺比,达斯·维德,卢克·天行者和尤达,就迅速占据了迪斯尼商店,但却没有莱娅公主。Why? Because this princess messes up the public pedagogy for these princesses.为什么?因为这名公主会扰乱我们对这些公主的公共认知。So Disney did not put Princess Leia merchandise in the store,所以迪斯尼并没有把莱娅公主商品化。and when people went to Disney and said, ;Hey, wheres all the Princess Leia stuff?;当人们跑到迪斯尼并询问,“嘿,莱娅公主的商品在哪儿呢?”Disney said, ;We have no intention of putting Princess Leia merchandise in the store.;迪斯尼回答:“我们并不打算提供莱娅公主的周边商品。”And fans were angry and they took to Twitter with the hashtag #WeWantLeia.所以粉丝们很生气,他们在Twitter上发起了标签,#我们想要莱娅。And Disney said, ;Wait, thats not what we meant.然后迪斯尼回复,“等一下,那不是我们的本意。What we meant was, we dont have any Princess Leia merchandise yet, but we will.;我们的意思是,我们目前还没有莱娅公主的相关商品,但我们会有的。”And that was in 2012, and it is 2015, and if you go to the Disney Store, as I recently have,那是在2012年的事了,到了2015年,如果你像我一样,最近去过迪斯尼商店,and look for Princess Leia merchandise, do you know how many Princess Leia items there are in the Disney Store?寻找莱娅公主的相关商品,你猜商店里有多少关于她的商品?Zero, because Disney has no intention of putting Princess Leia in the store.一件都没有,因为迪斯尼从来就不打算把莱娅公主放进商店。And we shouldnt be surprised because we found out that was their policy我们不应该为此感到奇怪,因为那其实是他们在年,when they bought Marvel in for the sum of 4.5 billion dollars.总共花了45亿美金收购漫威的时候就定好的政策。Because when you make a lot of money selling princesses to girls, you also kind of want to make money from boys.因为之前通过向女孩们顷售公主玩偶赚了一大笔,他们也想从男孩儿那挣点钱。And so what better to sell boys than superheroes?有什么比超级英雄更适合男孩们的吗?So now Disney had access to Captain America and to Thor, The Incredible Hulk,所以迪斯尼就有了美国队长,雷神,绿巨人,and they had access even to a group of superheroes no one had ever even heard of.他们甚至还拥有了一批我们没人听说过的超级英雄。201705/508425

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