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But, when I chose a career, as an adult, it was film making. And that seemed to be the best way to reconcile this urge I had to tell stories, with my urges to create images. And I was, as a kid, constantly drawing comic books, and so on. So, film making was the way to put pictures and stories together. And that made sense. And of course the stories that I chose to tell were science fiction stories: Terminator, Aliens, and The Abyss. And with The Abyss, I was putting together my love of underwater and diving, with film making. So, you know, merging the two passions.但是长大后,我选择的职业是拍电影。拍电影看起来是我实现讲故事和创造形象的愿望的最好方式。孩提时,我就一直坚持画连环画等等。所以说拍电影可以把这些图画和故事放在一起。这很有道理。当然我讲的故事都是科幻故事:《终结者》,《异形》和《深渊》。拍《深渊》的时候,我把我对电影和潜水的热爱结合起来。这,你知道,也是将两种热情结合起来。Something interesting came out of The Abyss, which was that to solve a specific narrative problem on that film, which was to create this kind of liquid water creature, we actually embraced computer generated animation, CG. And this resulted in the first soft-surface character, CG animatin that was ever in a movie. And even though the film didnt make any money, barely broke even, I should say, I witnessed something amazing, which is that the audience, the global audience, was mesmerized by this apparent magic.拍摄《深渊》时,我有了一些有趣的想法。我们要解决电影中一个具体的叙事问题,我们要塑造一个液态水的生物时,我们使用了计算机生成动画——电脑图形。电脑图形的应用产生了电影历史上第一个电脑制成的形象,一个软表面角色。虽然这部电影没有赚钱,甚至让公司差点破产,但我想说我见了令人惊叹的东西,全世界的观众都会对这逼真的魔法着迷。You know, its Arthur Clarkes law that any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. They were seeing something magical. And so that got me very excited. And I thought, ;Wow, this is something that needs to be embraced into the cinematic art.; So, with Terminator 2, which was my next film, we took that much farther. Working with ILM, we created the liquid metal dude in that film. The success hung in the balance on whether that effect would work. And it did. And we created magic again. And we had the same result with an audience. Although we did make a little more money on that one.根据亚瑟·克拉克定律,任何高难度的技术和魔法没有什么区别,很多人觉得自己看到了一些神奇的东西。这让我感到很兴奋。我想,“哇,电脑图形应该被用到电影艺术中去。”所以,在我接下来的电影《终结者2》中,我把这种技术又推进了一步。我们和工业光学魔术公司创造了一个金属人。这部电影是否成功取决于电脑图形的效果是否有效。电影成功了。我们再次创造了魔法。结果观众的反应和我们一样。我们确实赚得比上一部电影多一些。 /201310/262752。

Its how we reformed our health care system, and reinvented our energy sector.是我们改革医疗体系、改造能源部门的动力。Thats how we delivered more care and benefits to our troops coming home and our veterans.保了我们给予军人和老兵更多关心和福利。Thats how we secured the freedom in every state to marry the person we love.也正因为此,我们能够让每个州的人都获得了与所爱的人结婚的自由。But such progress is not inevitable. It is the result of choices we make together. And we face such choices right now.但是,这些进步并不是注定会发生的,而是我们共同选择的结果。我们当下正面临着这样的选择。Will we respond to the changes of our time with fear, turning inward as a nation, and turning against each other as a people?面对时代的变化,我们是将以恐惧对之,闭门造车,各自为战?Or will we face the future with confidence in who we are, what we stand for, and the incredible things we can do together?还是自我肯定,坚持立场,相信我们能共创奇迹?So lets talk about the future, and four big questions that I believe we as a country have to answer regardless of who the next President is, or who controls the next Congress.让我们先来谈谈未来,以及美国需要回答的四个大问题——无论下一届美国总统是谁,无论哪个党派掌控国会。First, how do we give everyone a fair shot at opportunity and security in this new economy?首先,我们如何在新经济中给每个人公平的机会和保障?201601/424106。

Hello, everybody.Today marks an historic anniversary—70 years since the Allied victory in Europe during World War II.On V-E Day after the Nazi surrender, people swarmed the streets of London and Paris and Moscow, and the cloud of fear that had hung for so many years finally lifted.Here at home, from small towns to Times Square, crowds gathered in celebration, singing and dancing with joy.There would still be three more months of deadly fighting in the Pacific.But for a few hours, the world rejoiced in the hope of peace.大家好!今天是个历史性的日子,70年前的今天,盟军取得了第二次世界大战欧洲战场的胜利。在这一天,纳粹投降之后,人们涌上伦敦、巴黎和莫斯科的街头,压抑在心头多年的恐惧终于烟消云散。在国内,从中小城市到纽约的时代广场,人们蜂拥而至,载歌载舞,欢庆胜利。虽然太平洋战场的战斗还需要三个月后才彻底结束,但几个小时后,全世界都对和平充满了期待。General Eisenhower announced the news with little fanfare.“The Mission of this Allied Force,” he said, “was fulfilled.” But his simple message belied the extraordinary nature of the Allied victory—and the staggering human loss.For over five years, brutal fighting laid waste to an entire continent.Mothers, fathers, children were murdered in concentration camps.By the time the guns fell silent in Europe, some 40 million people on the continent had lost their lives.艾森豪威尔将军毫不夸张地宣布:“盟军的使命圆满完成了。”但这句简短信息的背后是盟军艰苦卓绝的战斗换来的胜利,以及大量的人员伤亡。在过去的那五年里,残酷的战斗遍及整个大陆。无数的人,他们当中有爸爸、妈妈、孩子在集中营被杀害。等到欧洲战场的声沉寂之时,已经有4000多万人在这片土地上失去了自己的生命。Today, we pay tribute to all who served.They were patriots, like my grandfather who served in Patton’s Army—soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, coast guard, merchant marines—and the women of the WACs and the WAVES and every branch.They risked their lives, and gave their lives so that we, the people the world over, could live free.They were women who stepped up in unprecedented numbers, manning the home front, and—like my grandmother—building bombers on assembly lines.今天,我们要向所有为国役的人们致敬。他们是爱国的英雄,我外公曾在巴顿将军麾下役,与他一样还有很多士兵、水手、飞行员、海军陆战队员、海岸警卫队员、商船船员,还有陆军妇女队、海军妇女队和其它部队的众多女性。正是他们冒着生命危险,甚至牺牲了自己的生命,才让我们,全世界的人们才能自由地生活。她们当中还包括无数挺身而出、奋战的大后方的女性,像我外婆一样,在生产线上制造轰炸机。This was the generation that literally saved the world—that ended the war and laid a foundation for peace.正是这一代人,真正挽救了这个世界,结束了战争,为世界和平奠定了基础。This was the generation that traded in their uniforms for a college education so they could marry their sweethearts, buy homes, raise children and build the strongest middle class the world has ever known.正是这一代人,后来脱下军装走进学堂,并找到心爱的另一半,结婚买房,养儿育女,并成为享誉全球的最富足的中产阶级一代。This was the generation that included heroes like the Tuskegee Airmen, the Navajo Code Talkers and the Japanese-Americans of the 442nd Regiment—and who continued the fight for freedom here at home, expanding equality and opportunity and justice for minorities and women.正是这一代人,涌现出了像塔斯克基飞行队(红色机尾)、纳瓦霍密码通信员(风语者)、442团的日裔美籍战士们等等一批英雄,他们回国后还继续为自由而奋斗,为少数族裔和妇女争取平等权益和机会而奋斗。We will be forever grateful for what these remarkable men and women did, for the selfless grace they showed in one of our darkest hours.But as we mark this 70th anniversary, let’s not simply commemorate history.Let’s rededicate ourselves to the freedoms for which they fought.我们将永远牢记这些非凡的人们所做的一切,在最为黑暗的时代所表现出来最无私的精神。在70周年纪念日的这一天,我们不仅要缅怀历史,更要投身于他们为之奋斗的自由事业中去。Let’s make sure that we keep striving to fulfill our founding ideals—that we’re a country where no matter who we are or where we’re from or what we look like or who we love, if we work hard and take responsibility, every American will have the opportunity to make of our lives what we will.让我们继续为实现我们的立国理想而奋斗:在这个国家,无论我们是谁、来自哪里、长成什么样子、喜欢谁,只要我们努力工作,承担义务,每个美国人都有机会实现自己的梦想。Let’s stand united with our allies, in Europe and beyond, on behalf of our common values—freedom, security, democracy, human rights, and the rule of law around the world—and against bigotry and hatred in all their forms so that we give meaning to that pledge: “Never forget.Never again.”让我们与欧洲和世界各地的盟友坚定地站在一起,牢记我们共同的价值观:自由、安全、民主、人权、法治,反对一切形式的偏激与仇恨,正如我们在誓言中所说的:“永远铭记,永不重演。” 201505/375169。

Hi, everybody. 大家好!About a year ago, I promised that 2014 would be a breakthrough year for America. 1年以前我曾向大家许下承诺,2014年是美国的突破之年。And this week, we got more evidence to back that up.而本周我们如约履行了这个承诺,有了更多明。In December, our businesses created 240,000 new jobs. 12月,我们的企业共创造了24万个就业岗位。The unemployment rate fell to 5.6%. 失业率下降到5.6%。That means that 2014 was the strongest year for job growth since the 1990s. 这也意味着2014年成为自上世纪90年代以来就业增长最快的一年。In 2014, unemployment fell faster than it has in three decades.同时2014年也成为30年来失业率下降最快的一年。Over a 58-month streak, our businesses have created 11.2 million new jobs. 连续58个月的就业持续增长,我们的企业共创造了1120万个就业岗位。After a decade of decline, American manufacturing is in its best stretch of job growth since the ‘90s. 经历了10多年的低迷,美国的制造业再次成为自上世纪90年代以来推动就业增长最显著的力量。America is now the worlds number one producer of oil and gas, helping to save drivers about a buck-ten a gallon at the pump over this time last year. 现在,美国的原油、天然气产量位居全球首位,自去年来油价每加仑下降了1.1美元,为广大司机节省了费用。Thanks to the Affordable Care Act, about 10 million Americans have gained health insurance in the past year alone. 由于有了《平价医疗保险法》,仅去年就有1000多万美国民众获得医疗保险。We have cut our deficits by about two-thirds. 我们将财政赤字减少了2/3。And after 13 long years, our war in Afghanistan has come to a responsible end, and more of our brave troops have come home.经过13个漫长的岁月,我们的阿富汗战争终于宣告结束,更多英勇的军人返回家乡。It has been six years since the crisis. 经济危机已经过去6年。Those years have demanded hard work and sacrifice on everybodys part. 这些年每个人都付出了艰辛的努力和牺牲。So as a country, we have every right to be proud of what weve got to show for it. 作为一个国家,我们有权为所取得的成就而感到自豪。Americas resurgence is real. 美国复苏步伐坚实。And now that weve got some calmer waters, if we all do our part, if we all pitch in, we can make sure that tide starts lifting all boats again. 现在我们信心更加坚定,只要我们做好自己,只要我们全情投入,我们确信我们会再次乘风破浪勇往直前。We can make sure that the middle class is the engine that powers Americas prosperity for decades to come.我们确信,中产阶级将成为未来数十年里美国繁荣发展的强劲动力。Thatll be the focus of my State of the Union Address in a couple weeks-building on the progress weve made. 以上将是我两周之后的国情咨文重点论述的内容—再接再厉,再创辉煌。But I figured, why wait-lets get started right now.但我同时也想强调,为什么要等待,何不从现在开始。On Wednesday, I visited a Ford plant outside of Detroit-because the American auto industry and its home state are redefining the word “comeback.” 周三,我视察了底特律市郊的一家福特工厂,美国的汽车产业以及这一产业的故乡正在重新定义“回归”这个词。On Thursday, I traveled to Arizona, a state that was hit among the hardest by the housing crisis, to announce a new plan that will put hundreds of dollars in new homeowners pockets, and help more new families buy their first home. 周四,我访问了亚利桑那州,那里在次贷危机中受到的冲击最为严重,在那里,我宣布了一项新的计划,将为新房购买者节约数百美元,并帮助更多新婚家庭买到第一套房子。And, Im speaking with you today from Pellissippi State Community College in Tennessee, a state making big strides in education, to unveil my new plan to make two years ofcommunity college free for every responsible student. 今天,我在田纳西州的贝里西比州立社区大学发表演讲,该州在教育改革上取得重大突破,在这里我宣布为所有有进取心的学生提供两年的免费教育。Im also here to establish a new hub that will attract more good-paying, high-tech manufacturing jobs to our shores.同时,在这里我还宣布建立一家新的工厂,将更多高薪水、高技术的制造业工作岗位吸引到国内。Making homeownership easier. 让购房者压力小一点。Bringing a higher education within reach. 尽力让所有人得到更好的教育。Creating more good jobs that pay good wages. 创造更多高薪的好工作。These are just some of the ways we can help every American get ahead in the new economy. 这才是在新经济环境下帮助美国人民取得进步的正确途径。And theres more to come. 更多的好消息将接踵而至。Because America is coming back. 因为美国正在回归。And I want to go full speed ahead.我希望能够全速前进。Thanks, everybody, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝你们周末愉快。201501/354539。

Obviously youve seen my kids Jeffery, Marcus and Jasmine. I love you guys. I think you guys represent a lot of me and a lot of different personalities as your mom, you represent them as well. You know, I think you guys have a heavy burdens. I wouldnt want to be you guys if I had to. You know, because all the expectations you have to deal with. I mean, look around you, they charge a thousand-dollar tickets for this things, for this holy thing. It used to be 200 bucks, but I paid it. You know, I have no choice. I have a lot of families and a lot of friends I have to bring in. So thank all of you for raising tickets price, I guess. But you guys, I love you guys, you guys will soon know you get a host of people supporting you, family, friends, people that you dont know, relatives coming out of the woodworks. You know, no matter how you look at it, but I think we taught you right. Your mum and I, hopefully you can make the right decisions when the time comes. My mum, what else can I say about my mum, my mum never stays still. You think I am busy. She is always on the go. Without her, she is a rock, she is unbelievable. She is right now, she takes over two jobs. She is an unbelievable woman. I mean. As I experienced the failure each everyday, it is her. She classically keeps me focus on the good things about life. You know, how people perceive you, how you respect them, you know, whats good for the kids, whats good for you, you know, how you perceive public, take a second thought and pause to think about things you should do. These all came from my parents, you know, came from my mum. She is still like this these days, I am 46 yearls old, she is still parenting me today. Thats a good thing. Ill love her to death. Ill love her to death.当然你们都见过我的两个儿子杰夫瑞和马库斯还有女儿贾斯敏,我爱你们。你们代表了我,也代表了你妈妈和整个家庭的不同个性。我想你们身上有个很沉重的负担,如果我是你,我也不会想有这样的生活,因为你们被寄予太多的厚望。看看你们周围,你坐的位置要1000美元一张票,以前才200美元一张,但是没办法,我必须掏这钱。我有很多家人和朋友,我得让他们来参加今天的活动。谢谢你们把票价提这么高。但是对于你们,我爱你们。很快你们就会知道有很多人在背后持着你们,家人、朋友、甚至你们素不相识的人以及想分一杯羹的亲戚。无论你们怎么认为,我相信我们的教育方式是正确的。我和你们的妈妈,希望你们在关键时候能做出正确的选择。我的妈妈,我要怎么说呢?我妈妈总是闲不住,你们觉得我很忙,但是我妈妈比我更忙。所以我的母亲需要肩负整个家庭。我不能没有她。她是我生命中的基石,她令人难以置信。即便是现在她仍然做着两份工作。她是一个伟大的女性。当我经历那些失败的夜晚,是她一直教导我积极正面地看待人生,关注人们是如何看待你,你如何对待别人,什么东西是对孩子有利的,什么是对你自己有利的,如何积极看待公众影响,如何三思而后行,如何思量自己应该做的事。这一切都来自我的母亲,我现在46岁了,她依然在孜孜不倦地教导我。这实在是太美妙了,我永远爱她。我永远爱她。201404/287964。

And because of that, Ive got to tell you the truth这方面 我要给你们讲真相that one of my favorite place was the QuadQuad是我最喜欢的地方之一You see, in my freshman year, everybody asked me do I stay in Drew Hall我在大一那年 所有人都问我是否待在Drew Hall楼and I had to tell them, no, I stay in the Quad我跟他们说 没有 我待在QuadAnd I actually stayed there until I got kicked out我一直待在那里 直到被人踢出来Aint that right, Robyn?对吗 罗宾I have my Howard girlfriend, she in the house我曾在霍华德有一个女友 她在房里I used to play in the Quad like我会在Quad叫她Youre Robyn罗宾Come on down下来Now Ive gone off topic for a second我稍微有点跑题了Were here today to celebrate我们今天来这里是庆祝的and I was just talking about our beautiful bison women而我一直在讲霍华德大学美丽的;野牛;女生that is never taken for granted这并不从来都是理所当然的When we have so much power in here, I think we need to step up to hashtag当我们有足够力量时 我认为我们应当开始#All I want to say is bring back our girls now我只想说 现在就把我们的女生找回来Bring back out girls now现在就把我们的女生找回来My world was changed here at Howard我的世界在霍华德得到了改变On my second day of school在我上学的第二天I learned something that will change the course of my life for ever我学到了之后会影响我一生的东西I dont talk about the soft thing这可不是一件轻松事I was raised by a single mother in Harlem我在纽约黑人区由单亲妈妈拉扯大My dad Mr. Melvin Combs died when I was 3 years old我三岁那年 父亲梅尔文·库姆斯就不在人世了My mother always told me that he died in a car accident我妈总跟我说 他是死于车祸There was something about that. It just didnt feel right我总感觉有点不对头Something was in my soul that was telling me otherwise我灵魂深处总觉得情况不是这样So as soon as I get here, I went to the library来到这里后 我马上就去了图书馆and did some research然后做了一些研究I used the microfilm I found我用我找到的微缩胶卷to search through all the newspaper到所有的报纸上进行搜索and when I typed in my fathers name and the day he died键入父亲的名字和死亡日期后I in the answer in that news我读到了相关新闻that he had been murdered in a drug deal gone bad他其实是因为毒品交易失败而被人谋杀的201412/351448。