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山东省青岛高密小腿抽脂的价格是多少蓬莱开眼角好吗费用Host: And now the year in movies. There were good films, there were bombs. Our own Joel Siegel's sat through all of them and then let's come up with the 10 best of 2005, and joins us to share his picks. I love this more than any of your hits of the year.Joel Siegel: Well, what was your favorite movie of the year?Host: I really love "Crash".Joel Siegel: Made the list!Host: Excellent! Joel Siegel: Everybody's agreed with that.Host: We will, we have an impeccable taste! Joel Siegel: Oh, yes we do. Even though it wasn't a great year at the movies on either side of the screen: On Hollywood's side, box office was down for a lot of reasons; on our side of the screen, there really weren't that many great films, better performances in direction than there were great films in 2005. Examples, Philip Seymour Hoffman's great performance wasn't enough to put "Capote" on my 10 best list; Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon, terrific in 'Walk the Line", but not enough to push the movie over the line. And the one that hurts, No. 11, "March of the Penguins", didn't make the cut. But here are the 10 that did. Why am I being investigated?Joel Siegel: George Clooney, mumbled his lines, grew a beard, put on 30 pounds, the anti-movie star, makes my 10 best twice this year, first for "Syriana". I'm thinking of your health. No, you're not. They've asked you to ring me and you're doing it.Joel Siegel: Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles makes my 10 best 2 years in a row: last year "City of God"; this year, "The Constant Gardener".Now.Joel Siegel: Yet it could've been a contender, an Oscar contender. I think "Cinderella Man" could've been the champ. But the studio opened it way too early and way too close to last year's Oscar winner, "Million Dollar Baby". But hold the phone, even if the twice-overlooked Paul Giamatti just gets an Oscar nomination, it's a Cinderella's story come true. And the film is a knock-out.Did we know each other?Joel Siegel: This year's best movie with the worst title award goes to "A History of Violence". They could've called it "A History of Violins", would have made it as much sense.Joel Siegel: I don't know anyone who's seen "King Kong" who hasn't loved it. It's like being 9 years old and the movie's all over again. It's that thrilling, that exciting. I ain't gonna smell it, if that's what you want? It's a talking beaver!Joel Siegel: Two incredible facts about "The Chronicles of Narnia": None of the animals are real and there is no blood in the battle scenes. The third incredible fact: Christmas week it sold more tickets than "King Kong".Just outside the Olympic Village in Munich, 8 or 9 athletes of the Israeli team are being held prisoner…Joel Siegel: Steven Spielberg's "Munich"--brilliant, mixing A's actual coverage of the killing of 11 members of the Israeli Olympic team with the breathtaking fiction of Israeli hit team that sought revenge. And what the film asks is the real cost of revenge. This pitch-perfect cast is one reason Oscar needs a best ensemble acting category.You see that?Why, she's cold. She got colder as soon as she saw us now.Joel Siegel: And the amazing cast in "Crash" is another. A dozen disparate lives crash together in Charlie Gibson's bid for the best film of the year.We are going with the story that says......Joel Siegel: George Clooney's second appearance on my 10 best—"Good Night, and Good Luck". And this one he acted in, he wrote, he produced and directed. And he could be Oscar nominated for 3 out of 4, because he gave the best part to David Strathairn.This thing grabs hold of us again, in the wrong place, in the wrong time, we are dead.Joel Siegel: And "Brokeback Mountain"--Heath Ledger's acting, Ang Lee's direction, and the story you have never seen before. It's the best film of the year.Joel Siegel: My original review of "Brokeback Mountain", I said it's gonna lead the league in Oscar nominations. I still think that's true, but it's not a sure thing to win an Oscar in any of the categories. This year, there are no sure things come to Oscar title. 200808/46404青岛美白祛老年斑多少钱 You've heard the old saying "First comes love, then comes marriage." Unfortunately it fails to mention something a lot of couples struggle with, that's Money. In the years of columnist for the Washington Post, Michelle Singletary has heard from a lot of women who are constantly fighting over the family finances. She offers up some sound advice and a new book lt;Your Money and Your Mangt;.Good morning and good to see you again. (Good morning). Congratulations on the new book. (Thank you). So, as you write this column, all these years you write in this column hear from a lot of people and you hear from a lot of women with money problem.I do, I do. That's what inspired me to write this book. I get hundreds of E-mails on a weekly basis. Lots of them from women saying: I've got this issue with my man, and I got this issue with my husband, should I stay with this boyfriend? We're, you know, clashing over money, what should I do? And I just said, I wanted to write a book that takes them to every stage of their relationship from being single to dating, to be engaged, to marry and unfortunately, if it happens, if you divorced, but most of it concentrates on women and marriages and how to handle their money which are honey 'cause they're just not handling it well.Handling not well, now you said there are a lot of mistakes that married er, women make and No.1 is that, not discussing money with the guy before you go down the aisle.Absolutely. They will spend a year planning a wedding and less than an hour if they're talking about money. I mean this is the number one thing couples talk about and the number one thing they don't talked about before they get married.All right, or the No.1 thing they fight about, maybe. yeah!Absolutely, absolutely and it's crazy to me to get married to someone and you haven't for example, pool the credit reports and gone over them. And I say it to them, / people guess, "How could I share my credit report/?" Wait, you share almost everything else these days. You know honey.... So your mothers will open up your financial books when it's time for you to get married. So, there is no nasty credits surprises. I can not tell you how many times brokers and lenders have told me that they've been a loan-close or, you know, to get the loan and they find out that one of the spouses have a lot of debt that they haven't shared with their spouse. (Wow, wow). Do you believe that?As they are getting y to get the mortgage for the house whatever, (That's right) There they are the closing and suddenly comes...somebody comes up and somebody is really surprised. Er...you say one of the other big mistakes that woman make: they treat their husbands like a roommate. So what does that mean?That's right. Well, you know, they comment the relationship. They want to keep all their parts over here and you divide up the bills and pay it, you know, you take it this way. And it's like their roommates not lifetime-mates. If you want to be that way then stay single. Right. But when you get married everything should be merged, so that you talked about your money. I mean it's unbelievable, people will be making say, the woman makes more than the man, she wants to control the money 'cause she makes more. Right. But together they make a whole lot of money. Sure. And you know, it's unbelievable, you know, for women we, we're told to be independent but when you get married, you cease to exist. It's us, it's our income, our money, our debts, our bills, everything.Which leads us to the other big mistake you call it "a tit for tat-spending." What's that all about?Well, you know, often times happens when income is not the same. And so someone will try to outspend each other because they, for example, say the husband makes more, well, he wants to have more allowance than the woman. So he may spend more.So he gets wheels for the truck. (You're right) Whatever. And she wants to come and I'm gonna do, I'll do you one better.That's right. That's right. My husband for example, plays golf. I, I, I'm cheap, you know this, I don't know how to spend any money. Golf is an expensive hobby. So when in some relationships the one will try to go out and spend a lot to match what he spends on golf. (Sure) My husband...he loves it 'cause he just gets to spend on the golf and I get to save all the money. No, you are kidding.I knew what you are saying, though. But the other thing that some people do and you say this is really serious is they hide their purchases then.That's right. That's right. Financial infidelity. Keeping separate purchases or, or cash and not letting you spouse know about it. Now lots of women when they get y to get married, their mother will tell them to keep a secret account. My grandmather called it the home rack huzzy account. You know, in case he run out with a home rack huzzy, but that's not a good state. (That's not a good thing?) You should not have financial secrets in your marriage, (Yeah!) everything should be disclosed.Michelle Singletary, always a pleasure to see you. Thank you so much. The title of new books is:You Money And Your Man. How you and prince charming can spend well and live rich. 200809/47725莱阳中心医院网上预约挂号

青岛祛眼袋便宜青岛脸部激光脱毛 Matt Lauer: George, good morning! George Clooney: Good morning. Matt Lauer: Welcome back. George Clooney: Thank. Matt Lauer: I like the fact we get to talk about movie like this because it appears to me it's a labor of love. (en, sure. ) And so often actors come through here and they're talking about their big paycheck or their, or their blockbuster. Tell me why you made this movie exactly. George Clooney: Money. (haha. . . ) Is that , that's where it would be, there is some,big money in the,(in the black and white film) in the black and white film about something that happened 50 years ago. Em, I did. My father is an anchorman . I grew up with the idea of how great the Fourth Estate is and how important it is , especially in broadcast journalism. And this was the high point one of the, probably the High Water Marks, this and when Cronkite came back from Vietnam, were two times you could point directly to a policy change and sort of an attitude change on the country. And I thought it was a great time to talk about those things again. I don't, er, I don't think it's necessarily the same issues any more. But I think it's always a good time to talk about responsibility. Matt Lauer: When you screened this movie I was ing that you were somewhat surprised by how few people or what percentage of the people, knew the story of McCarthy, knew who he was, knew who Edward R. Murrow was . George Clooney: Murrow was, but most people knew of McCarthyism. They asked us who the actor played McCarthy was and(Which in the movie is him) who is Joe McCarthy . I would say fifty percent of the people didn't know who Murrow was . Matt Lauer: You talk about so many things in this movie that, that when you are a viewer of it, you are watching it, you have to say , ok, there's got to be a message for journalists today. It seems to me as if there is a bit of a shot across the bow here. Maybe a call to arms would be a better way to describe it. That you've been somewhat disappointed with what you see on television today. And you'd like us, those of us in the media to maybe hold ourselves and our art to a better standard. George Clooney: I don't think it's for me, it's, I am not a journalist. I'm a son of a journalist and I've grown up around it. I don't think it's for me to try and say: "Hey, straighten up!" I think that everyone(Is it about your potential, would that maybe. . ) I would argue that over the past couple, 3 years, we do this you know every thirty forty years we get a little scared you know, we get a little beat up by somebody and, or something and we start to worry if it's unpatriotic to ask tough questions. And I find that I don't know a journalist that doesn't want to ask the tough questions. It's usually the issues, my father's fights were never about. With reporters to ask tough questions, he asked tough questions of the Carter administration. He asked tough questions of the Ford administration. His job was to question power that's what the Fourth Estate does. Matt Lauer: Murrow says at the end of the movie. And I love the speech he gets at the Salute Dinner, but part of that speech is, when talking about television and its potential and its power. This instrument can teach can illuminate and yes it can even inspire. But it can do so only to the extent that humans are determined to use it towards those ends. Otherwise it is merely wires and lights in a box. Matt Lauer: Was that the real speech by the way? George Clooney: Every word of it, yeah, we use , we are very careful with this because of the way that people can marginalize uh... things. If you get one thing wrong now, people throw the whole thing out. (whole thing is going)So we double-sourced every scene, every single scene in the film happened and that was important to us. We had the people who are still alive: Don Hewitt, Joe and Shirley Wershba , M , Those're the ones who are still around. On the set and we'd say tell us what we got wrong , tell us what we are doing wrong 'cause it was important not to get it wrong. Matt Lauer: So the message to journalists maybe do a better job, the messages to viewers and the general public hold your journalists to higher standards? George Clooney: Maybe , you know. I love when Morrow says, "The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in our stars, but in ourselves". (Right) This is about saying all power must always be checked, all power, by anyone, whoever is in charge. And the best people to do that is the press. Matt Lauer: The movie is uh obviously near and dear to you right now but your health has been in the headlines as well, you had a, I mean, a real bump-back spinal cord raging headache type situation. So how do you feel now?George Clooney: It's all fine now. Matt Lauer: Is it fine, completely fine? George Clooney: Sure. Oh , yeah it's good . (Yeah?...)Yeah. It's actually pretty good. It's not so bad . It's..Matt Lauer: You can hold you head this way rather than that. George Clooney: It's fine. Here, turn me away. Turn me. Matt Lauer: Yeah. You're right. yeah. Very scary?George Clooney: It was scarier when I didn't know what it was and I thought I was having aneurism, which our family, you know. Matt Lauer: And technically what it is now is? George Clooney: It's a spinal leak. Matt Lauer: I am not gonna let you go without congratulating you, because you are recently named to the very first list of uber sexuals, at what I would say you are straight , actually, which is , you know . . . George Clooney: Uber? Is that like a German sexual ? Is that what it is? Matt Lauer: As a ultra sexual. That is, it was you and Clinton, (right. )and Bono, (really? ) (in) good company , congratulations.George Clooney: I didn't know that. Matt Lauer: Yeah. You feel uber? George Clooney: Well, I'm just, I am excited about the after party. Matt Lauer: Yeah, beautiful lies. Good seeing you. All right, the movie is great. George Clooney: Thank you. Matt Lauer: Thank you so much.200807/44821青岛无痛脱毛费用要多少

青岛做双眼皮埋线手术There you go.给你。Thank you. It was a pleasure doing business with you.谢谢,很高兴能和你做生意。Well get those lemons to you in two weeks time.我们将在两周内把柠檬送来。Perfect!太好了!Good work Anna…oh and Tom too.干得好,安娜,汤姆也不错。The contract is signed but now you have to deliver what youve promised.合同签好了,但你要履行承诺。There are many ways to clinch a deal; here are some of the phrases Anna used…有很多方法达成交易,这是安娜用过的表达。Thank you for sparing the time to see us.谢谢你花时间见我们。Each lemon comes with a satisfaction guarantee - I know you wont be disappointed.每个柠檬都有令人满意的质量担保,我知道你不会失望的。I would be grateful if you could just sign the contract.如果您能签了合同,我会很感激。Thank you. It was a pleasure doing business with you.谢谢,很高兴能和你做生意。So its been a successful day.真是成功的一天。Its time for Tom and Anna to fly back to London and tell Paul the good news… or is it?到了汤姆和安娜飞回伦敦的时候了,并且告诉保罗这个好消息,真是这样吗?Oh no look, our flight to London is cancelled!不,看啊,我们飞往伦敦的航班取消了!Its the last one today. What are we going to do?这是今天最后一班了。我们该怎么办?Well, I guess were just going to have to stay here for the night.我想我们不得不在这里过夜了。Ill sort out a hotel.我去搞定酒店。Until next time. Bye!下次见,再见! /201705/507582 US Supreme Court Rules Americans Have Right to Own Guns美最高法院裁决公民有权拥有  For the first time in history, the U.S. Supreme Court has issued a definitive ruling on the right of Americans to own guns. A five-to-four majority of the court ruled that individual citizens have the right to own firearms, and in the process it struck down a 32-year-old ban on handguns in the nation's capital, Washington, D.C. 美国最高法院有史以来第一次就美国人拥有的权利作出明确裁决。最高法院以五比四的多数裁定公民个人有权拥有,这一司法程序推翻了在美国首都华盛顿实行了32年的禁止拥有手的禁令。Writing for the five-member court majority, Justice Antonin Scalia said the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution does protect the rights of individuals to own firearms for personal use. 最高法院大法官斯卡利亚按照五人多数意见所写的裁决书说,对美国宪法第二修正案的确保护私人为了个人用途而拥有的权利。Legal scholars have long debated whether the Second Amendment guaranteed the right of individuals to possess firearms, or if it merely applied to state militias. 法律专家长期以来一直在辩论宪法第二修正案到底是保个人拥有的权利,还是仅仅适用于各州的民兵。Attorney Alan Gura says the high court's historic ruling makes it clear that individuals do have a constitutional right to keep and bear arms. Gura represented a Washington, D.C. resident who wanted the city's 32-year-old ban on handguns struck down. 律师埃伦.古拉说,美国最高法院的历史性裁决明确表示,个人的确有宪法权利保存并携带。古拉代表一名华盛顿市民要求华盛顿市取消实施了32年的禁止拥有手的禁令。"People do have an individual right to keep and bear arms, that is very important to remember. That means that the government cannot ban handguns, it cannot regulate guns out of existence. We feel today is a fantastic day for liberty once again," Gura said. 他说:“人民的确有权保存并携带,记住这一点非常重要。这意味着政府不能禁止人们拥有手,政府不能规定让消失。我们觉得今天是重获这一自由的美好日子。”Gura represented security guard Dick Heller. Heller lives in a high-crime section of Washington and challenged the city's handgun ban so he could defend himself.  古拉代表的是保安人员迪克.赫勒。赫勒住在华盛顿市一个高犯罪率的地区,他出于保护自己的目的而质疑华盛顿的禁令。"I am very pleased to have been able to take this case, with help from my attorneys, all the way to the highest court in the land. And I am very happy that now I am able to defend myself and my household in my own home," Heller said. 他说:“我非常高兴能在我的律师的帮助下把这个案子一直打到最高法院,而且我十分欣慰如今我能够在我自己的家中保卫自己和我的家了。”Among those welcoming the high court's decision was President Bush. The White House issued a statement saying the president strongly agrees with the court's majority opinion.Republican presidential candidate John McCain also praised the decision as a landmark victory for freedom in the ed States.Democratic candidate Barack Obama issued a statement that said the court decision will provide guidance to local communities trying to balance the rights of gun owners with the need to protect citizens in high crime areas of the country.The four Supreme Court justices in the minority who wanted to uphold the handgun ban argued that striking down the Washington, D.C. law would open up other gun control statutes to constitutional challenges. 在最高法院这次裁决中占少数的四位大法官想维持手禁令,他们争辩说,推翻华盛顿市的这条法令会为其它控制管制法律同样受到宪法的挑战打开方便之门。Gun control advocates were disappointed but not surprised by the Supreme Court ruling. 主张控制的人感到失望,但是他们对最高法院的裁决并不感到惊讶。'We are obviously disappointed and disagree with the majority opinion. This takes off the idea that you can have a near total ban on guns, especially guns for self-defense,' said Paul Helmke, president of the Brady Campaign To Prevent Gun Violence. 保尔.赫姆基是布雷迪防止暴行运动组织的主席。他说:“我们显然感到失望,而且并不同意最高法院多数派法官的意见。这个意见打消了几乎能全面禁止的想法,特别是禁止用于自卫的。”But Helmke noted that in his majority opinion, Justice Scalia said that although the court recognizes an individual right to bear arms, that right is not unlimited.  但是,赫姆基指出,斯卡利亚法官在陈述多数派法官意见时说,虽然最高法院承认携带的个人权利,然而这一权利不是无限的。"It is clear that what the court did today was that they limited the extremes. They said that you can no longer have near total prohibitions on guns, but they also said you can have reasonable restrictions on guns," he said. 他说:“很清楚,最高法院今天采取的行动是限制极端行为。他们说,不能再几乎全面禁止,但是他们又说,可以合理地限制。”In his opinion, Scalia said the ruling should not be used to cast doubt on existing gun control laws that keep guns out of the hands of convicted criminals and the mentally ill, and prevent weapons from being carried into schools and government buildings. 按照赫姆基的想法,斯卡利亚法官表示,这次裁决不能用来质疑现有的控制法律,即不准被定罪的罪犯及精神病患者拥有,也不准把武器带进学校及政府办公地点。Gura says Thursday's Supreme Court decision will have far-reaching legal ramifications for government attempts to enact new gun control measures. "We are not going to see the end of instant background checks. We are not going to see the end of the ban on felons or lunatics having guns. But, when the government regulates guns, it has to remember that it is potentially stepping on an important individual right and it is going to be made to respect that right," he saidThe high court last took up the issue of the Second Amendment and gun ownership in 1939, but legal scholars say the court at that time did not directly settle the question of whether individual citizens have a right to bear arms. 美国最高法院上一次受理宪法第二修正案以及拥有问题是在1939年,但是,法律专家说,当时最高法院没有直截了当地解决公民个人是否有权携带武器的问题。200806/42880青岛地区生物焊接双眼皮术青岛莱芜隆胸一般多少钱

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