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Okay. Lets talk about this book. No more funny stuff.好的 让我们来聊聊这本书吧 不要再和我开玩笑了No more funny stuff. Only heartbreaking and funny stuff.不会再和你开玩笑的 只有让你痛心的事 还有好笑的事情The book really is. I texted you.这本书其实 我发过短信给你I was on page two, and I texted you saying- I cant .当我看到第二页的时候 我发短信跟你说 我读不下去了When is it coming out on audio book? More pictures. Its really so well written.有声书什么时候能出版?等照片多一点的时候 这本书写得真的很好I mean that doesnt surprise me, youre a writer and youre a brilliant writer.这并不令我惊讶 因为你本来就是名作家而且是一名很杰出的作家Its so well written and in case people dont know your life, 2012, right?这本书真的写的很好 怕大家不是很了解你 (你写的是)2012年的生活 对吗?Was the year that everything kind of happened if youll just explain.那一年发生了很多事 你给我们解释解释Yes. In 2012, I had pneumonia and then I contracted this potentially是的 那是2012年 我得了肺炎 我感染了这个可能会致死的deadly illness called C. Diff., where bacteria just eats your insides.病叫C扩散 就是细菌会侵蚀你的身体And then my mother died suddenly, accidentally, and我妈妈也突然去世了 很意外地去世了then I went through a break up and then I was diagnosed with invasive cancer.那一年我分手了 同时也被诊断为浸润性癌症This was all in four months.这些全在四个月内发生And so the book just is raking through all those moments,这本书几乎见了这一切because I put out an album and theres also a documentary about that time period.虽然 我还做了一本相册 而且也有一部关于那段时光的纪录片But I felt like both of those were just skeletons of that time.但我总觉得 这些那些记录都是没有灵魂的 像个骷髅一样And this book really goes through every beat and it also updates where I am now,这本书真的记录了生活的每一个细节 我把我当时的状况都写了下来and it fills you in on where I came from, what my mother was like, and all of that.翻开这本书 记忆就会翻涌而来 我从哪里来 我的妈妈长什么样子 等等等等Yeah, boy. And we learn a lot about your mother. She was quite something.是的 我们也通过这本书了解了你的母亲 她挺厉害的She was. Yeah. She was very wild and very uninhibited and she was pretty crazy.她是挺厉害的 是的 她非常的放荡不羁 很疯狂Yeah. And, well, you should the book, obviously. There she is.是的 你们绝对应该读读这本书 我妈妈就是这样子的But its heartbreaking and brilliant and funny and everything that you are.但你们可能会觉得很痛心 觉得妈妈很厉害 又搞笑 像你一样So I cant recommend it-所以 我不能推荐这本书I was handing it to Portia when I would go take a shower and shed it and我去洗澡之前 把这本书给Portia看 然后她读了这本书Id- we were back and forth with it and- But, its fantastic.我们俩 为这本书争论了很久 但是 这本书还是很棒的Well, thank you. Congratulations. Thank you. And now life is good.谢谢你 恭喜 谢谢 现在的生活很好Youre married. You have twins on the way. So thats exciting. Yeah, its so exciting.你结婚了 将要有一对双胞胎宝宝 这很令人激动 是的 非常令人兴奋Yeah. Yeah, we got married in Pass Christian, Mississippi.恩 是啊 我们在帕斯克里斯琴结了婚 在密西西比州Which is, you have family and friends there.那里有你的家人和朋友Yes, my aunt lived in Pass Christian. So we have all these connections together.是的 我的阿姨就住在帕斯克里斯琴 所以我们之间还是有点关系的So you got married in Mississippi. Yeah. And you have twins on the way.所以你在密西西比结的婚?是的 你有一对即将出生的双胞胎宝宝Yes, due any day now. Is it really any day? Yeah. That soon?任何时候都可能出生 是真的任何一天吗?是的?这么快?Do you have names for them yet? No, were not naming them. No? Good idea.你给他们取好名字了吗?没有 我们还没有取名字 还没有?好主意Yeah. Let them name themselves. Its rude. Why are we named by our parents?是的 让他们自己给自己取名字 这太随性了 为什么我们的名字是由父母决定的?It is. Let them name themselves. Yeah, were not gonna be rude parents.事实上是这样的 让他们自己给自己取名字吧 是的 我们要做一对随性的父母Stephanie and I have named each other cuz we couldnt figure out what we should be called.斯蒂芬妮和我互相给对方取了名字 因为我们一直搞不明白应该如何称呼对方And I suggested the funny one and the pretty one. I see.所以我提议取了一个好玩的名字和一个好听的名字 了解And Im gonna be the pretty one. Cuz I love the idea of我将会是那个好听的 因为我爱死这个主意了the kids going up and being like, the funny one said we could go out and play.比如说爱搞笑的那个孩子长大了 他说我们出去玩吧Well, you tell the funny one that the pretty one said.然后你告诉他 这是漂亮的那个说的And actually, their names are, we do have names. What are they? It was Max and Finn.其实 事实上 他们有名字的 我们取好了的 是什么?马克思和费因You did name them? Yeah. Max and Finn. Yeah. Adorable. Thank you. Thats adorable.你取得吗?是的 马克思和费因 是的 真可爱 谢谢你 这名字很可爱Cuz I had some suggestions. But now, nevermind. We dont have middle names.本来我能给你们一些建议的 现在还是算了吧 我们还没有取中间名No. Tigs book is called Im Just a Person. Its in stores now.还是算了 Tig的这本书名是 我只是个普通人 已经可以在书店买到啦You should it. Its fantastic. Well be right back.你们应该拿来读一读 这本书超赞 我们很快回来201707/516008

And what they called is calotropis,and you tell that from these big leaves,and these like fruit, a little like avocados.当地人把这个称为牛角属 很好辨认的 大叶子 还有这个果子 有点像鳄梨But look, if I break this,you got this milky sap,and you do not want to get that on yourself.但是瞧仔细了 如果我掰折这个 会有白色汁液留下来 你绝对不会想尝试这玩意儿的Get that on your eye,it will blind you.Trying eat on this, you probably sick for days.这个汁液如果进到眼睛里 会瞎掉的 不小心吃到了 人会不舒好几天As a general rule a white milky sap should be avoided all course.一条通用法则 白色汁液 千万别碰And this euphorbia mimicking cactus is no exception.这种大戟属科植物 像极了仙人掌 也不例外This stuff literally has been known to kill people.这些刺 大家都知道会杀死人的One of our crew got a tiny little bit on his finger,and a bit later on,我们中有一个人 他的只是沾到了一点点 过了一会儿his was sweating and wiped his forehead,got a little bit in his eye,and, really, almost blinded him.他用手擦去额前的汗 只有一点点汁液进到了他眼睛里 真的 差点就成瞎子了Survival can be a risky business,and things dont always go to plan.Sorry.求生就是冒险 总有意料之外的事情 真抱歉The British army has a saying about dealing with problems.It provides a depth and overcome.英国部队里有一句话来形容如何处理问题 深思熟虑 解决问题This attitude will carry you through the most difficult situations,这种态度会帮你走出困境and then the heart beat lies resource through all from this.通过这些 存活下来In dense forest,with no way points,its easy to lose direction.在广袤森林中 没有路标 很容易迷失方向To see the layer of the land,get up high.But sometimes thats easier said than done.要了解这里的地势结构 去高处 但是 说着轻松做着难Im gonna see if I can get up,get up on this tree.我要试试我能不能上去 能不能爬上这棵树Alright, if I can get like,most the way up, guess there should be a nice view out over the forest,and get my bearings.如果我能爬上去 爬到上面去的话 就能将这个森林一览无遗 找到我的方向201605/441882

栏目简介:;Shanghai Live; focuses on big events in the city and major issues around the world, and presents them in a practical and audience-friendly manner to meet the ever-evolving needs of Shanghais English-speaking viewers,both local and expatriate.《直播上海英语电台》集中报道城市大事件以及全球热点话题,并以观众喜闻乐见的方式呈现给大家,从而满足上海本地以及上海海外人士的英语需求。201609/464446Air transport for Samsung Galaxy Note 7s is now more strictly regulated than firearms.现在三星Galaxy Note 7的航空运输管制比械更严格。A U.S. Department of Transportation ban went into effect Saturday. The phones arent allowed in carry-on luggage, checked bags or even your pocket for all flights heading out of or coming into the U.S.周六,一项美国运输部的禁令生效。随身行李、托运行李、甚至口袋里不允许携带Note7进出美国。Firearms, however, are allowed on aircraft under certain conditions. The TSA has some regulations, like requiring they be locked in a hard container and only be transported in checked luggage.然而,在一定条件下是被允许携带的。美国运输安全有一些规定,比如要求它们被锁在一个坚硬的容器中,只能放在行李中托运。Still, the fact that a smartphone has a more restrictive ban than a deadly weapon says a lot.然而,一部智能手机比致命武器有更严格禁令的事实说明了很多。If youre unfamiliar, Galaxy Note 7s have become notorious for bursting into flames. The phones went on sale in early August, and shortly after that, there were reports of the batteries overheating and catching fire.如果你还不熟悉,Galaxy Note 7因爆炸起火变得臭名昭著。该手机在8月初出售,不久之后有报道称出现电池过热引起火灾。The company recalled the phones and promised to replace them, but when the replacements came in, they also started overheating.三星召回了手机,并承诺取代它们,但更换过后也开始出现过热现象。So, until Samsung comes out with a Note 7 that isnt a fire hazard, travelers will have to leave those ;phablets; at home.所以,直到三星推出没有火灾隐患的Note7前,旅客的三星手机只能放在家里了。译文属。201610/472784

Bruce, on the other hand, was still a winner.Over seven years, he regained his kingdom.而另一方面 布鲁斯仍然是赢家 他用七年时间 重新赢取了统治地位So, by 1314, the English only controlled Bothwell, Berwick, Jedborough and the key, Stirling castle now besieged by the Scots.到1314年为止 英格兰只控制着 斯韦尔 贝里克 捷德布勒夫 而兵家必争之地 斯特林城堡 现在已被苏格兰人所包围Faced with complete humiliation in Scotland,Edward II finally acted and marched north.因苏格兰令其蒙受奇耻大辱 爱德华二世终于按捺不住 向北发兵He met his nemesis in a muddy field along the banks of the BannockBurn.在班诺克布恩河沿岸的泥沼中 两军发生遭遇战It was not to be the usual story of charge, arrows away, slash, victory.But a relentless two-day affair.这场战争不像通常那样 先是冲锋 放箭 陷阵 最后某一方取得胜利 而是一场长达两天的持续战Outnumbered three to one,Bruce did get to choose the battlefield.面对三倍于己的敌人 布鲁斯选择了这个战场Knowing that even Plantagenet war machines.Dont work well on wet ground.他深知即使是金雀花王朝的战争机器 在泥泞战地亦不能很好地发挥作用However, it was almost all over before it had begun.然而 这场战役差点没有打成The young Henry De Bohun, English knight,Caught Bruce unawares and unarmoured on his little mount,Some way off from his soldiers.年轻的英格兰骑士 亨利·德·亨 发现布鲁斯疏于戒备 毫无武装地骑着马 脱离了自己的大部队So Henry missed the noble king,and he standing in his stirrups当亨利一击未中 布鲁斯站上自己的马蹬With an axe that was both hard and good.Struck him a blow with such great force手握一柄锋利的战斧 全力朝亨利砍去That it cleaved the head to his brains.斧起头落 脑浆四溢The shaft of the axe left broken in Roberts fist.罗伯特的手里还握着斧头的断柄Skirmishing followed as the short june night fell,Bruce reminding the Scots.战争在仲夏夜的黄昏拉开帷幕 布鲁斯向苏格兰士兵做战前动员The English are bent on obliterating my kingdom.Nay, our whole nation.英国人决心消灭我们的王国 不只这样 是消灭我们整个民族The English knights charge.The sodden ground and ;Schiltron; Hedgehogs of 1,500 men, each holding a twelve-foot spear defeat them英格兰骑士冲锋 泥泞的战场和长矛阵 多达1500人的长矛阵 每人手持 一把12英尺的长矛击退了英军的进攻 /201611/475310原味人文风情:I have something for you.我有个东西要给妳喔。What is it?是什么?Open and see.打开来看看。Thank you, Mama.谢谢妳,妈妈。What are you gonna do with it?妳要用这做什么呢?I am going to play with it.我要和它玩。Aww.噢。I found it! Its right here.我找到了!就在这里。This is my favorite.这是我的最爱。201704/502026

90% of eligible voters go to the polls, roughly double recent turnouts.90%的合格选民都去投票了 大约是近期的一倍多In the 1890s voting was a public act and on one side there was the Republican ballot box and on the other side was the Democratic ballot box.在19世纪90年代投票是公开的 一边是投给共和党的投票箱 另一边是投给民主党的投票箱And so your foreman or an agent of your foreman could see who you voted for.所以工头或者工头代理能够看出你是投给谁的So there was a certain coercion that was employed by the Republicans upon those urban workers.因此共和党对这些城镇职工施加了一定的压力They might well have decided what they decided on their own but this simply made it easier for them to decide that.他们可能有自己的决定 但是这样一来 他们决定起来就简单了When the polls close, the nations future hangs in the balance.投票结束 国家的前途未卜For 20 long hours Carnegie, Morgan and Rockefeller agonize over the results.在漫长的二十小时里 卡内基 根与洛克菲勒都在苦等结果Not knowing whether the modern country they helped to build will still be the same when all the ballots are counted.不知道选票统计完毕后 他们帮助建立的现代化国家 还能不能维持原样America is at a crossroads.美国正处在一个十字路口A small group of men have created the modern country, building unimagined empires in oil, steel and electricity.一小群人建立起了现代化国家 打造了难以想象的石油 钢铁以及电力帝国But now, those empires are being threatened.但现在这些帝国正在受到威胁201606/451692【新闻精讲】Gender budgeting is not new. Feminist economists have argued for it since the 1980s. A few countries, such as Australia and South Africa, took it up, though efforts waxed and waned with shifts in political leadership—it is seen as left-wing and anti-austerity. The Nordic countries were pioneers in the West; Sweden, with its self-declared “feminist government”, may be the gold standard. Now, egged on by the World Bank, the UN and the IMF, more governments are taking an interest. They should sign on as the results are worth having.Partly because South Korea invested little in social care, women had to choose between having children, which lowers labour-force participation, or remaining childless, which reduces the country’s fertility rate. Gender budgeting showed how, with an ageing population, the country gained from spending on care. Rwanda found that investment in clean water not only curbed disease but also freed up girls, who used to fetch the stuff, to go to school. Ample research confirms that leaving half a country’s people behind is bad for growth. Violence against women; failing to educate girls properly; unequal pay and access to jobs: all take an economic toll. Inevitably there are difficulties. Dividing a policy’s costs and benefits between men and women can be hard. Sometimes, as with lost hours of school, the costs have to be estimated. Redesigning the budgeting process upends decades of practice. If every group pressing for change took the same approach, it would become unmanageable. In a way, though, that is the point. Governments find it easy to pay lip-service to women’s rights. Doing something demands tough choices.【精讲文本】Gender budgeting is not new. Feminist economists have argued for it since the 1980s. A few countries, such as Australia and South Africa, took it up, though efforts waxed and waned with shifts in political leadership—it is seen as left-wing and anti-austerity. The Nordic countries were pioneers in the West; Sweden, with its self-declared “feminist government”, may be the gold standard. Now, egged on by the World Bank, the UN and the IMF, more governments are taking an interest. They should sign on as the results are worth having.性别预算并不是新鲜事物。女权主义经济学家自上世纪80年代以来就在为之呼号。一些国家例如澳大利亚和南非等已采纳这种方法,不过为之付出的努力因权力更迭而遭遇起伏——性别预算被视为一种左派和反紧缩的行为。在西方,北欧国家是这方面的先行者,其中自诩“女权主义政府”的瑞典也许堪称典范。在世界、联合国以及国际货币基金组织的鼓动下,如今已有更多的政府对性别预算产生了兴趣。它们确实应该参与到这一实践中,因为它带来的成果会非常值得。argue v.主张take up 继续- I took up where I had left off.wax and wane v.兴衰shift n.改变anti-austerity 反紧缩- austerity n.节约- austere adj.节制的,简单的Nordic adj.北欧的pioneer n.先锋egg v.煽动,怂恿 (incite to action)Partly because South Korea invested little in social care, women had to choose between having children, which lowers labour-force participation, or remaining childless, which reduces the country’s fertility rate. Gender budgeting showed how, with an ageing population, the country gained from spending on care. Rwanda found that investment in clean water not only curbed disease but also freed up girls, who used to fetch the stuff, to go to school. Ample research confirms that leaving half a country’s people behind is bad for growth. Violence against women; failing to educate girls properly; unequal pay and access to jobs: all take an economic toll.从前,某种程度上因韩国在社会照护方面投入甚少,该国女性不得不在生与不生孩子之间做选择;前者会降低劳动力参与度,后者则会降低国家的生育率。性别预算表明,这个人口日趋老龄化的国家因对社会关怀的投入而获益。卢旺达政府发现,投资于洁净水不仅可以遏制疾病,还可将女孩们从取水的劳动中解放出来,让她们去上学。有充足的研究实,不顾任何一国的一半人口、将她们抛诸脑后,都会对经济增长产生负面影响。女性遭受暴力对待、女孩未能获得像样的教育、薪酬与工作机会不均等——这些问题都会造成经济损失。childless adj.无子女的fertility n.生育,繁殖ageing adj.老化的curb v.限制free up 释放fetch v.取ample adj.充足的properly adv.合适地,像样地toll n.损失,代价 (a grievous price)- Inflation has taken its toll.Inevitably there are difficulties. Dividing a policy’s costs and benefits between men and women can be hard. Sometimes, as with lost hours of school, the costs have to be estimated. Redesigning the budgeting process upends decades of practice. If every group pressing for change took the same approach, it would become unmanageable. In a way, though, that is the point. Governments find it easy to pay lip-service to women’s rights. Doing something demands tough choices.困难在所难免。将一项政策的成本与收益依据性别分别计算会是一道难题。有时,类似耽误上学这样的情况要付出多大的代价,只能估算出个大概。重新设计预算流程也会颠覆已执行数十年的实践。如果每一个积极寻求改变的团体都采用了这样的手段,情形就会变得难以驾驭。不过,在某种程度上,这也是意义所在。因为对政府来说,面对女性权益问题时开开空头票太容易了。要成就某些事,就必须要做出艰难的抉择。Inevitably adv.无可避免地- inevitable adj.无可避免的- evitable adj.可避免的estimate v.估算upend v.颠倒,颠覆 (overturn)press for 督促approach n.方法unmanageable adj.难以驾驭的pay lip-service to 口惠而实不至- He paid lip service to blue-collar workers, but he did nothing to help them.demand v.需求201704/504135

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