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  • A Man with a Gun持男子Jerry watched gangster movies. He loved gangster movies. Gangsters were cool. They were rich. They had pretty girlfriends. They drove fast cars. They had guns. They shot enemies with their guns. They shot police with their guns. They shot each other with their guns. Jerry wasn’t rich. He didn’t have a pretty girlfriend. He didn’t have a fast car. But he had a gun. It was a small gun. It fit into his pocket. He walked around with his gun in his pocket. He liked to walk around with his gun in his pocket. That’s what gangsters did. One day Jerry was shopping at Wal-Mart. He put his hand into his pocket. He accidentally pulled the trigger. His gun fired. The bullet went into Jerry’s foot. The ambulance came. The police came. The ambulance took Jerry to the hospital. Then the police took Jerry to jail.杰里看黑帮电影他喜欢黑帮电影黑帮很酷他们很有钱还有许多漂亮的女朋友他们开快车手里有用打击敌人用射杀警察自相残杀杰里不富有也没有漂亮女朋友没有快车但是他有是把小正好装进口袋里他把随身带在口袋里他喜欢拿着四处游走这是黑帮做派一天,杰里在沃尔玛购物手伸进了口袋无意中扣动了扳机响了子弹打进了杰里的脚中急救车赶到警察来了救护车送杰里去了医院警察送杰里去了牢房译文属原创,,不得转载 579。
  • 听笑话学英语:Ground Rules 基本规则 位于开普吉拉多的东南密苏里州立大学有一位我很喜欢的老师,他滑稽的幽默是人所共知的在对一个新生班级解释他的基本规则时,他说:“我知道我的课程可能会枯燥乏味,所以我不介意你们在上课时看表然而我坚决反对你们将表在课桌上猛敲以确定它们是不是还在走”。
  • 有的人说:生活就是开名车住豪宅过人上人的生活有的人说:生活就是一家人平安幸福快乐有太多的说法, 生活一个很凡的词但是所有伟大里有太多的不伟大生活对于我们每个人都会有不同的解说Many Americans insist that everyone have a positive attitude, even when the going gets rough. From the self-help bookshelves to the Complaint-Free World Movement, the power of positive thinking is touted now more than ever as the way to be happy, healthy, wealthy, and wise. The problem is this demand good cheer brings with it a one-two punch those of us who cannot cope in that way: First you feel bad about whatever’s getting you down, then you feel guilty or defective if you can’t smile and look on the bright side. And I’m not even sure there always is a bright side to look on.I believe that there is no one right way to cope with all the pain of living. As an academic psychologist, I know that people have different temperaments, and if we are prevented from coping in our own way, be it “positive” or “negative,” we function less well. As a psychotherapist, I know that sometimes a lot of what people need when faced with adversity is permission to feel crummy a while, to realize that feeling bad is not automatically the same as being mentally ill. Some of my one-session “cures” have come from reminding people that life can be difficult, and it’s okay if we’re not happy all the time.This last point first became apparent to me in 1986. I came down with the flu accompanied by searing headaches that lasted weeks after. Eventually a neurologist told me that a strain of flu that winter had left many people with viral meningitis. He reassured me that I would make a full recovery, but I was left traumatized by the weeks of undiagnosed pain. I really thought I had a brain tumor or schizophrenia. Being a psychologist didn’t help; I was an emotional wreck.tunately it happened that my next-door neighbor was a brilliant psychiatrist, Aldo Llorente from Cuba. I asked him, “Aldo, am I a schizophrenic?” “Professor,” he pronounced, “you are a mess, but you are not a mentally ill mess. You are just terrified.”I told Aldo that two of my friends insisted that I cheer up. I tried to be cheerful a week, but that only increased my distress. Aldo told me, “You say to them, ‘friends, I would like to be more cheerful, but right now I am too terrified to be cheerful. So I will let you know when I am not terrified anymore.’ ”The moment I delivered Aldo’s message I felt better. Aldo had made it okay me to cope in my own way, to recover at my own pace, to be my own mess of a self. That was when I began to realize that I had been tyrannized by the idea that everyone must always have a positive attitude.Having flourished in my own authentically kvetchy way, I believe that we would be better off if we let everyone be themselves — positive, negative, or even somewhere in-between.。
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