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Day-Lewis, Waltz Discuss Oscar Win Backstage Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor winners react to their big wins at the Academy Awards.著名演员丹尼尔·戴·刘易斯凭借《林肯》获第85届奥斯卡最佳男主角奖,克里斯托弗·沃尔兹凭《被解放的姜戈》获最佳男配角奖。来看看他们获奖后的访谈吧!And the Oscar goes to Daniel Day Lewis. Congratulations!Thank you. I was half thinking to say “Congratulations, Mr. President.” Stephan Furrin had some fun with your metaphor early in the evening. You stayed in character all day, every day, so like if you saw a cellphone, would you have to be like “Oh, my god, what’s that?”It’s really has more to do with the reluctance to put aside something that’s been so central to your life and a big part of time for a period, a considerate period of your life.Since we got married 16 years ago, my wife Rebecca has lived with some very strange men. Blood spin spilt falters this moment, now, now, now!How much did it change your impression of who Lincoln was?Well, I, it’s not that it changed, I didn’t know anything about him, so it really, everything that I learned was something new.I had been actually committed to play Margret Thatcher. The more you discover the flaw lines in a character, the more impressive they become in a strange way.I’d better take this with me. And the Oscar goes to Christoph Waltz. Congratulations.You can put it right there, congratulations.Thank you.You’ve won two Oscars with Quentin Tarantino who call that a hero’s journey.We participated in a hero’s journey that the hero here being Quentin, Why is he a hero?A hero’s journey, I think is usually connected to fight the leads to inner progress, and Quentin was working himself through this story. Who slaved the dragon because he’s not afraid of it and you crossed through fire because it’s worth it. I borrowed my character’s words, sorry, couldn’t resist. Why did you dig him up?Well, four torturous turn of events brought Django and myself together. It was exhilarating to be asked to participate in that journey, especially as a supporting actor. It’s the more you’re supporting, that more you’re supposed to help that story along. And what can go wrong now?Ah, wanna, wanna, wanna, wanna, wanna, wanna a chicken dinner.Awesome. /201303/229042。

  • White House Says Syria Used Sarin Gas on Its Own PeopleMartha Raddatz discusses the U.S. assessment that Syria has used chemical weapons.and that of a stunning statement from the White House, the US saying that it now has evidence that Syria has used chemical weapons on its own people. President Obama has said many times that would be a red line for the US to take action. But is the evidence strong enough? A question for A#39;s Martha Radith join us now in Washington with Morgen. Good Morning to you Martha. Good Morning Josh. The language in this assessment is the strongest we have seen and very specific. The White House saying that the intelligence community believes that the Syrian regime has used the nerve agent Sarin on a small scale. That is a nerve agent that essentially paralyzes and suffocates its victims. But there are many caveats(告诫) in the statement they make clear that there is a varying degree of confidence that Sarin was used, and basically want more tests to prove it. So this seems a red line, Josh, that still has shades of gray. But a red line, nevertheless, Martha. This is something again the President had been very clear about in the past.President Obama did say at one point there would be enormous consequences if President Assad used chemical weapons, but we are talking about the possibility of military action in Syria or a no-fly zone so the administration is not rushing into this. /201305/238093。
  • 包拉托的色游戏迷惑了你的视觉,却也突显出你平常所无法看到的,你的大脑如何工作。我们善变的视觉感官所得到的有趣并且直接的印象,展现了进化是如何渲染我们对真实事物之外的感知。 Article/201303/229142。
  • We#39;re talking about the future.We#39;re working in a market that doesn#39;t even exist yet.我们是在说朝阳产业,这市场还没人开始做。What Intel has done for the microprocessor,Intel we are gonna do for the home computer.在处理器行业做的很大。我们将在个人电脑领域做同样的事情How can you not know what I#39;m talking about?你怎么听不懂呢?No, ma#39;am. But it runs on a TV monitor.Yes, like a television set. Exactly.I don#39;t think you understand. It#39;s not a TV.不 夫人 它能在荧幕上显示东西。是 没错 就像电视机。我认为你可能没明白我的意思 它不是电视It#39;s a personal computer.Okay, do you own a typewriter?它是个人电脑。好吧 你有打字机吗Great. Okay, now do you use it? Perfect.好 你平时会用吗? 很好So imagine combining your typewriter with your television set.No. Don#39;t... Wait. Wait!Wait. Please, sir, don#39;t, don#39;t hang up.想像你有一台接上电视的打字机。等等 等等。等等 先生 别挂 请别挂断电话Yes. We are small right now, but we...是 没错 我们现在规模很小 但是我们...How do you know we#39;re working out of our garage?Who told you that?你怎么知道我们在车库里工作?谁告诉你的?Ahhh!Yes. Yes.Well, thank you for taking the time.Yes, sir. Apple Computer.啊!是 是。谢谢你肯花时间听我说。是的 先生 Apple电脑公司Apple? Yes, like the fruit.Apple...Who#39;s that?No. No. All I#39;m asking is that you come visit us.One meeting and I promise you#39;ll be on board.水果那个Apple。那是谁?不 不 我只是想让你过来看一眼。就看一眼 你绝对会感兴趣Around ,000 would be my guess.Hello?What did they say?我觉得大概5万美元。喂?他们说什么? /201404/289723。
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