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2018年04月20日 07:10:12 | 作者:驱动挂号 | 来源:新华社
Yesterday, I had a beer at 11:30 in the morning.昨天,我11:30的时候喝了杯啤酒。And you know, McDonalds now serves breakfast all day long.而且你知道的,麦当劳现在全天供应早餐。And Michelles going to be at spin class, so shell never know. Right, let her go.而且米歇尔去上课了,她肯定不会发现。对,甭管她。And wont be long, youll be able to walking right out of the Oval Office singing Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah, Zip-a-Dee-Day.很快你就能走出总统办公室边走边唱:滴滴嘟嘟哒~滴滴嘟嘟哒~(迪斯尼儿歌)And youve got plenty of time to work on your tan.还有,你得花时间那保养你的皮肤。And you know what?还有你知道吗?I finally got the grand bargain on a sweet Chevy Tahoe.我终于拿到了打折扣,买了雪弗兰Tahoe。Look here. Look here. You want one? Um?看这,看这,你要不要也来一根?嗯哼?Breaking news! Former president Barack Obama on his 347th round of golf for the year, and its totally great!爆炸新闻!前总统奥巴马正在进行今年的第347场高尔夫球活动,太妙了!And Gloria, not a problem for anybody?格劳瑞亚,对谁都没有害,是吧(奥巴马因爱打高尔夫经常被吐槽不务正业)?I cant think of a reason to care, Wolf. And believe me, Ive tired.我想不到是什么理由未关注,沃夫。相信我,我真的尽力了。There you go.这是这样。I am still waiting for all of you to respond to my invitation to connect to LinkedIn.我还等着你们回复我在linKedln上的邀请呢。But I know you have jobs to do which is what really brings us here tonight.但我知道你们都有工作要做,这也就是我们今晚共聚一堂的真正原因。I know that there are times that we’ve had differences and that’s inherent in our institutional roles.我知道有些时候我们有分歧,这种分歧是我们在体制中的角色所固有的。That is true of every president and his press corps.对于每一任总统和记者团都是一样。But we’ve always shared the same goal to root our public discourse in the truth.但我们都有同样的目标,让我们的公共话语建立在真相的基础上。To open the doors of this democracy.为民主打开大门。To do whatever we can to make our country and our world more free and more just.竭尽全力让我们的国家我们的世界更加自由、更加公平。And I’ve always appreciated the role that you have all played as equal partners in reaching these goals.我一直都很欣赏你们在实现这一目标的过程中所担任的、平等伙伴的角色。Our free press is why we once again recognize the real journalists who uncover the horrifying scandal我们的新闻自由,再次让真正的记者,揭露骇人丑闻,and brought some measure of justice for thousands of victims around the world.为全球数千受害者讨回公道的记者们。201607/456535Good afternoon, everybody. If we could get started. If everybody could take their seats, please. Just to summarize where weve been, in the morning session we discussed the extensive and impressive national action steps that many of us have taken, and the collective efforts that weve made to reduce the amount of nuclear material that might be accessible to terrorists around the world. During lunch, we focused on international institutions. And I was heartened by our collective commitment to ensure that the IAEA, Interpol, the ed Nations, and the various coalitions that have formed are properly resourced and supported by various nation states in order for them to be able to carry out the ongoing work that will be required to ensure that the commitments and pledges and practices that we have put into place during the course of these Nuclear Security Summits carry forward. This afternoons session turns the focus on the terrorist networks themselves. It tells us the possible consequences of terrorists obtaining and using a weapon of mass destruction. Fortunately, as I said this morning, no terrorist group has yet succeeded in getting their hands on a nuclear device. Our work here will help ensure that were doing everything possible to prevent that. This is also an opportunity for our nations to remain united and focused on the most active terrorist network at the moment, and that is ISIL. A majority of the nations here are part of the global coalition against ISIL. A number of our countries have been targeted by ISIL attacks. Just about all of our nations have seen citizens join ISIL in Syria and Iraq. So this is a threat to us all. In Syria and Iraq, ISIL continues to lose ground. Thats the good news. Our coalition continues to take out its leaders, including those planning external terrorist attacks. They are losing their oil infrastructure. They are losing their revenues. Morale is suffering. We believe that the flow of foreign fighters into Syria and Iraq has slowed, even as the threat from foreign fighters returning to commit acts of horrific violence remains all too real. In fact, as ISIL is squeezed in Syria and Iraq, we can anticipate it lashing out elsewhere, as weve seen most recently and tragically in countries from Turkey to Brussels. This means that the sense of urgency that weve shown in destroying ISIL in Iraq and Syria also has to infuse our efforts to prevent attacks around the world. We need to do even more to prevent the flow of foreign terrorist fighters. After the Paris attacks, the ed States deployed surge teams to Europe to bolster these efforts, and well be deploying additional teams in the near future. We all have a role to play. Were all going to have to do more when it comes to intelligence-sharing. We simply cannot afford to have critical intelligence not being shared as needed – whether between governments or within governments. And today is an opportunity to explore ways to step up those efforts. Looking around this room, I see nations that represent the overwhelming majority of humanity – from different regions, races, religions, cultures. But our people do share common aspirations to live in security and peace and to be free from fear. The fight against ISIL will continue to be difficult, but, together, we are making real progress, and Im absolutely confident that we will prevail and destroy this vile organization. As compared to ISILs vision of death and destruction, I believe our nations together offer a hopeful vision focused on what we can build for our people. With that, what Id like to do is ask the press to depart. We will then be showing a that focuses attention on possible scenarios that might emerge with respect to terrorist networks. It will give us a good opportunity to test those areas where we still have work to do, and how we can strengthen our collective efforts against these networks. So, if I could ask the press to depart promptly, please.201604/436729And trust is established, not by some big institution,信任的建立并不是基于一些大型机构,but by collaboration, by cryptography and by some clever code.而是基于合作,基于密码技术和一些精巧的代码。And because trust is native to the technology, I call this, ;The Trust Protocol.;因为信任正是起源于这一技术。我把它叫做“信任协议”。Now, youre probably wondering: How does this thing work? Fair enough.你也许会想:它的工作原理是什么?问得好。Assets -- digital assets like money to music and everything in between -- are not stored in a central place,资产--数字资产从金钱到音乐,或是其他的产品,并不储存在中央区域,but theyre distributed across a global ledger, using the highest level of cryptography.而是分散于全球的账本之中,使用最高级别的密码技术。And when a transaction is conducted, its posted globally, across millions and millions of computers.当一次交易处理完成后,它会通过数亿台计算机发布全球通告。And out there, around the world, is a group of people called ;miners.;而在全世界,有一群叫做“矿工”的人们。These are not young people, theyre Bitcoin miners.他们并不一定是年轻人,他们是比特币矿工。They have massive computing power at their fingertips -- 10 to 100 times bigger than all of Google worldwide.他们手头有着巨大的计算能力--比谷歌全球规大数十倍。These miners do a lot of work.这些矿工要做很多工作。And every 10 minutes, kind of like the heartbeat of a network,每隔十分钟,有点类似于网络的一次心跳,a block gets created that has all the transactions from the previous 10 minutes.一个区块便诞生了,它包含了过去10分钟的所有交易信息。Then the miners get to work, trying to solve some tough problems.然后矿工们开始工作,尝试解决一些难题。And they compete: the first miner to find out the truth and to validate the block,他们彼此竞争,第一个找出真相并使区块有效的矿工is rewarded in digital currency, in the case of the Bitcoin blockchain, with Bitcoin.将会有数字货币的奖励,这就是关于比特币的区块链。201703/500973Now, I also agree that that is rational, for now.现在我依然觉得这很理性。But it is not, by any means, an optimal situation.但是,无论如何,这不是最佳选项。We have to start making the real world more like a game.我们不得不从现在开始把现实社会构建得像一个游戏。So, I take my inspiration from something that happened 2,500 years ago.因此,我从发生于2500年前的一些事情中获取灵感。These are ancient dice, made out of sheeps knuckles. Right?这些是古老的骰子,由羊的关节骨制作而成。Before we had awesome game controllers,we had sheeps knuckles.在我们设计出游戏控制器前,我们人类已经拥有了羊关节制作的骰子。And these represent the first game equipment designed by human beings.这就是人类设计出的最早的游戏器械。And if youre familiar with the work of the ancient Greek historian Herodotus, you might know this history,which is the history of who invented games and why.如果你对古希腊历史学家的作品比较熟悉的话,如古希腊历史学家希罗多德,你就会了解这段历史游戏发明的历史是什么以及原因是什么呢。Herodotus says that games, particularly dice games,were invented in the kingdom of Lydia during a time of famine.希罗多德说游戏,特别是骰子游戏是由Lydia(小亚细亚西部的富裕古国)王国在一次大饥荒中发明的。Apparently, there was such a severe famine that the king of Lydia decided that they had to do something crazy.显然,历史上曾经有过这么一次严重的饥荒,Lydia国王决定做一些他们不得不做的疯狂的事情。People were suffering. People were fighting.当时人民在遭受痛苦,互相争斗。It was an extreme situation, they needed an extreme solution.形式非常危机。他们需要一个极端的解决方案。So, according to Herodotus, they invented dice games and they set up a kingdom-wide policy:据希罗多德说,他们因此而发明了骰子游戏并且制定了一个全国范围内的政策:On one day, everybody would eat,and on the next day, everybody would play games.某一天,所有人可以吃东西,但是第二天,所有人就只能玩游戏。And they would be so immersed in playing the dice games because games are so engaging,and immerse us in such satisfying blissful productivity,they would ignore the fact that they had no food to eat.人们专心的玩骰子游戏,因为游戏极具吸引力,可以使我们沉浸在如此自我满足的幸福“生产”活动中,人们就会忘掉他们没有食物可吃的事实。And then on the next day, they would play games;and on the next day, they would eat.第二天人们就会通过玩游戏度日,接下来的第二天他们就会去吃东西。And according to Herodotus,they passed 18 years this way,surviving through a famine by eating on one day and playing games on the next.据希罗多德所说,Lydia国的人民用这种方式度过了18年,用吃一天、玩游戏玩一天的方式,他们顺利的度过了大饥荒。Now, this is exactly, I think,how were using games today.这也是现如今我们,如何看待游戏的。Were using games to escape real-world suffering.我们通过玩游戏逃避现实中的痛苦。Were using games to get away from everything thats broken in the real environment, everything thats not satisfying about real life,我们通过玩游戏来避开现实环境中那些,残缺不全、不能令人满意的东西。and were getting what we need from games.同时从中获取我们所需的东西。201606/449160

So when I decided to create an art piece in Manshiyat Naser,当我决定在曼斯亚特·纳赛尔创建一个艺术品the neighborhood of the Cairo garbage collectors in Egypt,在埃及开罗附近的垃圾收集处I never thought this project would be the most amazing human experience that I would ever live.我从来没有想过这个项目会是我有生以来最令人惊讶的经历As an artist, I had this humanist intention of beautifying a poor and neglected neighborhood作为一名艺术家,我有这种人文意愿:我希望用艺术去美化一个被忽视的贫穷街区by bringing art to it and hopefully shining light on this isolated community.使这个孤立的社区散发希望的光芒The first time I heard about this Christian Coptic community was in 我第一次听到有关科普特基督教社区的消息是在年when the Egyptian authorities under the regime of Hosni Mubarak decided to slaughter 300,000 pigs using the pretext of H1N1 virus.当埃及在穆巴拉克的政权之下,决定以甲型流感为借口宰杀300,000只猪Originally, they are pig breeders.起初,这些人以喂猪为生Their pigs and other animals are fed with the organic waste that they collect on a daily basis.他们用每天收集的有机废物来喂养猪和其他牲畜This event killed their livelihood.然而这一事件断了他们的生计。The first time I entered Manshiyat Naser, it felt like a maze.我第一次进入曼斯亚特·纳赛尔的时候,感觉像是进入了迷宫I was looking for the St. Simon Monastery on the top of the Muqattam Mountain.我在Muqattam山顶上寻找圣西蒙修道院So you go right, then straight, then right again, then left to reach all the way to the top.右转,直行,再右转,然后左转,一直到山顶But to reach there, you must dodge between the trucks overpacked with garbage and slalom between the tuk-tuks,但当你到达那里时,你应该避开那些装满垃圾的卡车和嘟嘟车的障碍the fastest vehicle to move around in the neighborhood.那是在这个社区最快的车The smell of the garbage unloaded from those trucks was intense,那些从卡车上卸载下来的垃圾气味是最为强烈的and the noise of the traffic was loud and overbearing.还有那些大而蛮横的堵车声。Add to it the din created by the crushers in those warehouses along the way.再加上那些在仓库里发出噪音的压碎机。From outside it looks chaotic, but everything is perfectly organized.使得这个城市外表看起来很混乱,但一切都结合得十分完美。201611/477149

电影学口语 Lesson 9:[灰姑娘]No Time to Dally【精片断】剪辑自 灰姑娘2Prudence: Your highness(殿下), a princess never prepares her own meals. That is not how things are done.Cinderella: There are rules about breakfast?Prudence: Of course, there are rules. But it’s certainly not your fault that you don’t know the traditions of the castle(城堡,皇宫). That’s what the king expects me to teach you.Cinderella: I am sure I can learn it in no time.Prudence: Mm-hmm. Come along. There’s no time to dally. Just do as I say, and everything will be fine.Prudence: The king would be horrified to find the hostess of the royal banquet(宴会) dressed like a scullery(洗碗室)maid(女仆)! A princess must be attired(用鹿角装饰) like royalty.Cinderella: Couldn’t I just wear one of my own dresses?Prudence: Very amusing, Your highness…but it simply isn’t done.【口语财富】1. This is how things done. 事情应该这样做。2. I can learn it in no time. 我会很快学会的。3. There’s no time to dally. 不能再耽搁时间了。4. It simply isn’t done. 这可不行的。 /200604/6485

乐宁外教口语天天练No.62In the meeting some of John's comments were"hitting below the belt"."Hitting below the belt"意指 say or do somethingthat is unfair,make someone angry to get what you want.In the meeting some of John's comments were "hitting below the belt".John 在会议上的发言有些恶意中伤。谢谢收听,明天继续^^ /200610/9571

Hey, yall. Hey! Im excited now! Oh, my goodness! You all good? All right, enough about me. This is about you.Let me start by thanking Dr. Meyers for that wonderful introduction, and more importantly, for her leadership of this fine university.I also want to thank Mayor Yarber, Representative Thompson, and all of the elected officials and members of Congress who are here with us today, as well as Mr. Perry, all of the trustees – Dr. Blaine, Reverend Rhodes, of course, all of the faculty and staff here at Jackson State. Lets just take a moment to give it up to the people who helped get you here. Thank you all for your incredible hospitality. I wouldnt be anywhere else but here. I may be a little jetlagged, but Im here, right now, to celebrate all of you. So Im grateful.I also have to thank the symphonic band and both of the choirs today for that beautiful music. You all are amazing. And of course, before we go way in, we have to give it up to all the folks in the stands who helped you all get here – the moms and dads, brothers, sisters, grandparents, cousins, friends, and neighbors – all of you all – lets give it up! Give it up!And finally, most of all, I want to join in congratulating – oh, what a good-looking group – the men and women of the Jackson State University Class of 2016! Woo! You all deserve all of that more, because I know how hard you worked to make it to this day, studying late into the night, writing and rewriting those papers, taking all those exams. Oh, my lord.But I also heard that you have been able to have some fun over these past years, as well – hanging out Gibbs-Green Plaza, turning up on Hot Spot Fridays at the Horseshoe. Dont get too excited – mom and dad are in the stands. Gearing up for Homecoming and Tiger Fest, ;rocking the house; with one of the best bands in the country, the Sonic Boom of the South. Together, you all are the ;Superb Sixteen; – as I hear you call yourselves. And youre about to join a storied legacy from this university, a school that began as a tiny Baptist seminary, just 20 students strong – just 20 students. But today has a legacy that reaches across the country and this state and right here into this very stadium.And thats actually where Id like to start my remarks today, with this storied stadium and its place in our nations history. Now, back in 1950, when this stadium was built, it was one of the finest stadiums in the country, quickly became the pride of Mississippi. But the story of this beautiful complex also has a darker side. For years, it stood as a steel and concrete tribute to segregation, because Jim Crow laws meant that only white teams and fans were allowed through these gates.Back in 1962, during an Ole Miss football game, this stadium became the site of what was essentially a pro-Jim Crow rally, with fans waving Confederate flags and singing a song called ;Never No Never; to protest the admission of an African American student to their university. By halftime, theyd convinced the governor to even speak. He said just three sentences. He said, ;I love Mississippi. I love her people, our customs. I love and respect our heritage.; And the crowd went wild, because they knew exactly what he meant.That game was just one small moment in a struggle of civil rights that enflamed this entire country, but often burned hottest right here in Mississippi, the state where a 14-year-old boy named Emmett Till was beaten and murdered; where NAACP leader Medgar Evers was assassinated; where Freedom Riders overflowed the jails; where gunshots would ring out here on your campus, killing young people and littering one of your dorms with bullet holes still seen today.It was against that backdrop that one day in October of 1967, something truly extraordinary happened in this stadium. For years, legal and political pressure had been mounting for the state to desegregate. And that fall, the state finally announced that for the first time, two black teams would get to play in this stadium. Those teams were Grambling State and, of course, your own Jackson State Tigers.Now, just think for a moment. You can only imagine the pressure those teams and their fans were feeling. For so long, this field had been the pride of white – and white only – Mississippi, and now, black fans would fill these stands. Black coaches would patrol these sidelines. Black players would sweat and bleed on this field. How would the world respond? Would those forces of segregation rise up in protest, or worse? As one of the players at the time said – this is a e – he said, ;There was certainly potential for it to become a very ugly situation.;So, the Jackson State coach at the time, Coach Paige, thought hard about how to prepare his team. He sat his players down and told them to stay focused on two goals. The first: Beat Grambling State, of course, one of the best teams in the country. The second: He said, rise above the fray and set a good example, he said, because the whole state, the whole country would be watching.201605/443036

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