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Corey Feldman Reveals All in #39;Coreyography#39; The 1980#39;s teen icon reveals dark side of growing up in Hollywood in his new memoir.Corey Feldman, a big star we were just talking about, a teen icon actually back tothe 80’s, now there’re revealing the dark side of growing up in Hollywood. Hehas had very public struggles and he discusses it all, words it all in a newmemoir called ‘Coreyography’. A’s Bianna Golodryga brings us the details.From‘Gremlines’ to ‘Stand By Me’ to ‘The Goonies’, he was quite literally the teenageloudmouth who’s still in center stage in some of those memorable movies of the80’s. But now, in his new tell-all autobiography ‘Coreyography’, Corey Feldmanreveals that he’s secretly battled many personal demons, which led to years ofdrug and alcohol abuse starting at the age of 14.‘Thatwas the guy who I had hanging up posters in my wall.’‘Thanks.’You don’tnecessarily see the coolest guy..’‘I’m very self-critical; I can’t help it.’Parts ofthat self-critisism comes from his tumultuous relationship with his parents.‘How much pressure was it to be the b winner?’‘There was nobody else tobringing the family income. The bottom line is this-children should not be partof the work force.’Despitehis negative views about child stars, when pressed, Feldman admits that not allof his Hollywood memories were bad ones.‘Gremlineswas the most fun. I mean I really had a great time.’In fact,he was on the set of ‘The Goonies’ where he met his idol and future friend, theking of pop, and he believes there’s more to the stories behind Michael Jackson’sdeath.‘I thinkMichael was much more involved with himself, and I don’t mean an accidentaldrug overdose.’ ‘Do you think he wanted to die?’ ‘This is it, it’s all I’mgonna say, this is it, this is it!’Feldmansaid it was the lost of his best friend, and fellow child star Corey Haim in2010 that finally drove him to write the book. He attributes his untimely deathto what he calls ‘Hollywood’s biggest secret’. ‘Yousaid the one problem in Hollywood was, is, and always will be the pedophilia.’ ‘Here’sthe part that really gets me. I gave the police the names of my predators. Didany of those men get investigated? No. All they wanted to hear was onename-Michael Jackson. And guess what, when I told them over and over and overMichael Jackson did nothing to me, but this guy did, but this guy did.’ ‘Theydidn’t even investigate?’ ‘Never investigated, never investigated that thosemen are walking free today.’A cleanand sober Feldman has turned his life around. But his ultimate pride and joy ishis 9-year-old son Zen. For good morning, America, Bianna Golodryga, ABS News,New York.Um,thank Bianna again, a very public from Corey Feldman, we wish him and his sonthe very best. So many people will go through. /201311/263833。

  • If you or anyone in your family suffers from allergies, there are some simple ways to make your home more hospitable.如果你或者家人容易过敏,有一些简单的方法可以让居住环境更加舒适。You Will Need你需要Two HEPA air filters两个高效空气过滤器An allergy mattress cover一个防过敏床套An allergy boxspring cover防过敏弹簧床垫床罩Two allergy pillow cases两个防过敏枕套A high-filtration vacuum bag高过滤性真空袋A vacuum exhaust filter一个真空排气滤器Food containers with vacuum seal lids有真空密封盖的食品罐Mildew-killing cleanser消灭霉菌的清洁剂Baking soda小苏打Water水A hypo-allergenic vacuum (optional)低过敏性吸尘器(可选)A house humidifier (optional)家用(可选)增湿器Steps步骤Step 1 Lower the pollen count1.降低花粉数量Use high-efficiency particulate air, or HEPA, filters to capture airborne particles such as pollen. Use one filter in your bedroom and the other in the family room or other common space.使用高效空气过滤器过滤空气,吸附空气传播的颗粒,例如花粉。卧室使用一台,客厅或其他公共空间使用一台。HEPA filters are rated for different-sized rooms; buy one that#39;s big enough for the room you#39;re using it in.高效空气过滤器根据房间大小有不同的型号;购买一台对你的房间来说足够大的过滤器。Step 2 Don#39;t sleep with the enemy2.消灭尘螨Dust mites can cause allergies – keep them out of your bed by washing pillows, sheets, blankets, and comforters at least every two weeks. Cover your pillows, mattress, and box spring in washable allergy covers for additional protection.尘螨会导致过敏——至少每两周清洗一次枕头,床单,毯子和被子。用可清洗的防过敏套子覆盖枕头,床垫和弹簧床垫,以增加保护作用。Step 3 Vacuum up the allergens3.吸走过敏原Load your vacuum cleaner with a high-filtration bag and an exhaust filter and vacuum all carpeted areas regularly.为吸尘器安装高过滤性真空袋和真空排气滤器,经常为地毯吸尘。Invest in a hypo-allergenic vacuum sweeper that sucks up almost all the allergens in a carpeted area.投资购买一台低过敏的真空吸尘器,可以吸附地毯覆盖部位几乎所有的过敏原。Step 4 Keep the mold under control4.控制霉菌To prevent mold, put all food items in vacuum-sealed storage containers and wipe down the refrigerator interior with baking soda and water. Wash shower curtains at least once a week to curb mildew and wipe down shower walls after a bath or shower. In the kitchen and bathroom, use a mildew-killing cleanser on the sink and countertops.为了防止霉菌滋生,把所有食品材料放在真空密封的存储罐里,用小苏打和水擦拭冰箱内部。每周至少一次清洗浴室窗帘,抑制霉菌生长,淋浴或沐浴后擦拭浴室墙壁。在厨房和浴室,使用杀灭霉菌的清洁剂清洁水槽和工作台面。。If you use a central air-conditioning system, install a humidifier to control the moisture level in the house.如果你使用的是中央空调系统,安装加湿器来控制房间内的湿度。Step 5 Close your windows5.关闭窗户Keep your windows closed during the spring and summer months to lock out pollen and other allergens. Keep curtains, window sills, and frames clean to prevent mold from growing. Doesn#39;t it feel good to breathe easy?春季和夏季关闭窗户,防止花粉和其他过敏原进入室内。窗帘,窗台和框架保持清洁,防止霉菌生长。自由呼吸的感觉是不是很好?Dust mites eat the skin cells shed by humans.尘螨食用人体剥落的皮肤细胞。视频听力由。 /201311/266435。
  • We#39;re going to Homebrew.No... Abs...I am not presenting anything at Homebrew.I#39;m... No.我们要去Home Brew电脑俱乐部。靠 绝对不去,我不会在Home Brew做展示的,坚决不要。Why do people drive so slow? Get out! Move!这些人为毛开的这么慢? 闪开 让路!I#39;m telling you right now, I#39;ve been to Homebrew.我现在告诉你 我曾去过Home Brew俱乐部I understand the caliber of people who speak there.I#39;m not one of those people.那些人口才不错,我可不是那样的人。I#39;m telling you this thing is amazing. I#39;m not...You#39;re gonna be great, Woz.我跟你说这东西很好 我不是说...你会很了不起的 沃兹Steve, could you do me a favor, could you just please slow down a little bit so that I feel like史蒂夫 请你帮个忙 你能...开慢一点吗? 这样的话there#39;s a chance we might actually get there alive.我还有机会活着到那里I want to get there first so we can present first.我希望我们第一个到达 第一个展示产品You know if we#39;re gonna do this thing,we need to come up with a name.你知道的 如果我们要开公司,我们得想个好名字Yeah, I know. Something catchy. Something...是的 我知道 这名字得好记 吸引人 像...I#39;ve been thinking about it....electric.It needs to feel like... I don#39;t know.我觉得名字里...应该要有;电子;,它得有点像... 我不知道。What about Enterprise Computers?;No.No Star Trek names.企业号;计算机公司怎么样?不,别给我来;星舰迷航;那套What about Kirk Enterprises? I swear.;柯克企业;怎么样 我发誓...I will drive this car right off this road. Fine, fine, fine, fine, fine!I will run the car right off the road.Jesus! Calm down! Seriously.我要开车撞树了 好吧 好吧。我真的会撞上去哦,喔 天啊! 冷静 严肃一点。Okay. Nothing Trekkie. Jesus.好 不要;星舰迷航;那种 上帝啊It just needs to be, like, something that people will relate to, you know?它需要像...与人相关的东西 你知道的?Like, it needs to be something that you see,and you#39;re just, like, ;Man, I just gotta have it.;一些常见又好记的,而且是人们喜欢的 ;哥们 我想拥有它 ;。Apple苹果 /201404/285718。
  • Today in History: Thursday, May 8, 2013历史上的今天:2013年5月9日,星期四May 9th, 1960Make way for “The Pill”. The Food and Drug Administration approves the oral contraceptive Enovid as safe for birth control use. The pill is the first of its kind to be available by prescription in the ed States, unleashing a social revolution.1961,A blistering attack on American television by the head of the Federal Communications Commission. FCC chairman Newton Minow condemns TV programming in a speech to the National Association of Broadcasters.“Keep your eyes glued to that set until the station signs off. I can assure you that you will observe a vast wasteland.”1926,Americans Richard Byrd and Floyd Bennett become the first men to fly over the North Pole during a 15 and a half hour flight.1918,“People know what to expect and I’m gonna do it with you. They know that there#39;ll be some questions that they#39;re not gonna be particularly happy with.”Mike Wallace, one of the original correspondents on the CBS News magazine “60 Minutes”, is born in Brookline, Massachusetts.And 1949,“Sing us a song you’re the piano man. Sing us a song tonight.”Singer songwriter Billy Joel, the “Piano Man” himself, is born in New York City.Today in History, May 9th, Sandy Kozel, the Associated Press. /201305/238956。
  • 广告意义:越是创新类的公司,越注重工作形式的灵活性与自由化,我觉得很适合用形容散文的精髓的句子来体现这样的现象:“形散而神不散”,对于实习生来说,也许他们本身都没有把自己看得很重,但是只有真正的被重视,人的积极性以及创新性才能更好地被激发,信心很重要!广告双语文本内容:The first time I saw the campus was...it was incredible. There#39;s volleyball nets and colorful umbrellas, and you see people walking their dogs. It feels kind of like a playground, a big playground. The atmosphere around Google is definitely very eccentric but also very academic.我初次见到园区是...它很不可思议。有排球网和五缤纷的阳伞,然后你看到人们在遛。它感觉有点像个游乐场,一个大游乐场。环绕著Google的气氛绝对是非常古怪的,但也非常地有学术气息。At Google, we actually do have the ability to make more of an impact on people and more of a change in one year than many people do in their lifetimes. It#39;s an environment in which very few limitations are placed on where your mind can be during the day.在Google,比起许多人终其一生所为,我们实际上真有能力在一年之内对人们产生更大的影响、做出更大的改变。它是个很少限制被加诸在你白天工作心思能放在哪里的环境。You#39;re all starting your teams this week, and some great advice is to not be afraid to fail. But we wanna flip that around a little bit and say don#39;t be afraid to succeed.你们这个星期将通通开始创建你们的队伍,有个好建议是别害怕失败。但我们想把那给颠覆一下,我们说别害怕成功。My name is Matt Malone. I#39;m a graduate intern here at Google in Consumer Operations this summer. I have a background as an Infantry Officer in the Army. I thought leading people directly on the ground as a combat leader would provide the greatest leadership challenge. And then I switched over to working in Intelligence. That#39;s where I really started to fall in love with technology.我的名字叫Matt Malone。我这个暑假在Google的消费者管理部门这裡是个研究所实习生。我的背景是个陆军步兵军官。我认为作为战斗指挥官直接在地面上带人会对领导能力提供最棒的挑战。然后我转换到在情报单位工作。那就是我真的开始爱上科技的地方。My name is Paola Correa. I go to the University of Miami, and I study advertising and marketing. When I was little, I used to collect ads. I used to get a kick out of going to different places and seeing how the same message would impact differently and would look differently.我的名字叫Paola Correa。我上迈阿密大学,我学广告行销。当我小的时候,曾收集过广告。我以前曾非常热衷于去不同的地方,看看相同的讯息会如何地带来不同影响,会如何地看起来有所不同。My name is Kim Day. I#39;m from Melbourne, Florida. I#39;m studying physics and computer science at the Florida Institute of Technology. I grew up on the ;space coast; of Florida, and I always grew up watching the shuttles take off from the Kennedy Space Center. And I knew that I really wanted to work with technology and be able to be on the cutting edge.我的名字叫Kim Day。我从佛罗里达地Melbourne市来的。我在佛罗里达理工学院读物理和资工。我在佛罗里达的「太空海岸(注一)」长大,我成长时总是看著太空梭从甘迺迪太空中心起飞。而我知道我真的想从事科技业而且能够走在时代的尖端。My name is Florian Koenigsberger, and I#39;m from New York City. Google as a company was attractive to me because they are a tech company that#39;s been so much more than that. There isn#39;t a place that Google is not.我的名字是Florian Koenigsberger,我从纽约市来的。Google这公司吸引着我,因为他们是间科技公司,一直以来远远超过只是间科技公司。Google无所不在。I#39;m Grant Oakley. I#39;m from Spokane, Washington. Just the process of coding is actually surprisingly fun. You kind of get like this epic win at the end of the day. You#39;re gonna, you know, throw up the arms in celebration. It#39;s exciting to work at Google because unlike a lot of software companies, I use Google products every day. That#39;s pretty exciting.我是Grant Oakley。我从华盛顿州的Spokane市来的。光是写程式的过程其实就是出乎意料的有趣。你有点像是最终得到这史诗般的胜利。你会,你知道,高举双臂庆祝。在Google工作很令人兴奋,因为不像是其他很多的软体公司,我每天使用Google的产品。那真的很令人兴奋。So we#39;re headed upstairs.所以我们被领向楼上。I#39;ve always thought of work as just...as work.我总是把工作看成就是...是工作。This is going to be your desk right here.这里这个将会是你的桌子。At Google, it#39;s completely different. At Google, I was extremely excited to start at work. I can barely sleep the first night.在Google,这完全不一样。在Google,我对于要开始工作感到极为兴奋。我第一晚几乎睡不着觉。Yeah, my inbox are like aly exploding.对,我的信箱好像已经爆满了。How many you#39;ve got? Forty-five! You know, forty-five emails for your first day#39;s pretty good.你收到几封信?四十五!你知道,四十五封信对你的第一天来说还不错。I#39;m working in the Online Help Center. And my project is part of an effort that will completely change the way Google is reaching out to consumers and helping them with Google products.我在线上中心工作。而我的项目是艰难尝试的一部分,它会完全改变Google触及消费者的方式并在Google产品方面协助他们。Our help centers are not just the US, but we have them in forty plus languages. So you have to think about how we#39;re gonna manage that complexity.我们的中心不只是美国,我们有四十种以上语言的中心。所以你得想想我们要如何管理那样的复杂性。From your first day as a Google intern, you#39;re treated as a regular employee.从你身为一位Google实习生的第一天,你就被当作一位正式职员般对待。Don#39;t presume that just because you#39;re an intern as such that you#39;re not a member of the team.别假定只因为你是个实习生,因为这样你便不是这团队的成员。One usually expects, as a new person, to be at the bottom of the knowledge totem pole, and the fact that I#39;m not is an illustration of how much responsibility is given to us as interns across the board.身为新人,一个人通常预计在知识方面会是最微不足道的,然而我并非微不足道的事实是个有多少责任被赋予给我们全体实习生的活生生例子。Paola. How are you? Doing good. I#39;m Chris. Nice to meet you.Paola。你好吗?还不错。我是Chris。很高兴认识你。I worked with a couple of interns last year, and every intern that I#39;ve seen in common has...just exuded Googliness.我去年和几位实习生合作,而我所已见过的每位实习生共通都有...就是散发出Google味。I#39;ll get the hang of it eventually. You#39;ll get the hang of it. Don#39;t be afraid to ask. Okay.我最终会抓到诀窍。你会抓到诀窍的。别害怕发问。好的。Is their work gonna be challenging? Yeah, because the most important work is challenging.他们的工作将会充满挑战性吗?是的,因为最重要的工作是充满挑战性的。This summer, I#39;m working on an email notification for Google Accounts. And it#39;s gonna be sent out to thousands of users, and it#39;s gonna make their accounts more secure.这个暑假,我在帮Google帐户处理一项邮件通知。它将被发送给数千名用户,而且这将使他们的帐户更安全。My code helps developers test their code very efficiently. And that way they can write good, stable code for the products.我的程式码帮助程式设计师们非常有效地测试他们的程式码。那样他们可以为产品写出好的、稳定的程式码。You wanna be working on something that not only your team, but the entire Google will see.你要处理的东西不只你的团队,而是整个Google都会看见。Basically, internship is like a good experience towards becoming a full-time hire, right?基本上,实习像是个有助于成为全职员工的好经验,对吧?The one thing that all the interns definitely have in common is passion and motivation to get these things done, because you don#39;t necessarily have to know everything, but you have to be willing to learn.所有的实习生共同拥有的一个东西是把这些事情给完成的热情和动机,因为你不一定需要了解每件事,但你得愿意学习。Is this your first time in Google?这是你们第一次到Google吗?Yeah!!!是!!!The week has been unstoppable, restless: a bunch of activities. There#39;s always something new. And the next activity or the next person that we meet is more exciting than the last.这个星期一直是无法停歇、无法休息的:一堆活动。总是有某些新的东西。而下一个活动或我们所见到的下一个人比上一个更刺激。They do a really, really good job of making you understand the way this place thinks, I think, specifically, of an exercise we did that gave a completely new perspective on how to brainstorm.他们在让你了解这个地方的思考模式上做得非常、非常好,我认为,特别是,在一个我们所做的练习方面,那在如何去大脑风暴上提供了一个崭新的观点。What is brainstorming to you? Tell me what you guys say.大脑风暴对你来说是什么?告诉我你们怎么说。It#39;s focused on learning to put aside your judgments right away and avoid criticizing new ideas that may seem strange to you.它致力于学习立刻将你的评判抛诸一旁并避免批评对你来说也许似乎很奇怪的新点子。Impossible is not a word that#39;s thrown around very often. I think it helps you imagine. I certainly did not associate imagination with productivity before coming here. But I think this place makes that real.「不可能」不是个常常蹦出来的字。我认为它帮助你想像。我毫无疑问地在来到这里之前没有将想像力和生产力联想在一起。但我想這地方讓那成真。For the rest of it, I know that there will be a lot of work involved: maybe some work that I don#39;t know how to do. But a little bit of fear is good.对于剩下的实习,我知道将会有很多工作牵扯在内:也许有些我不知道该如何做的工作。但一点点恐惧是好的。I do feel a lot different after being here for my first week. I guess I#39;ve always identified myself very much with the military. I was in the military for five years. But I#39;m starting to see myself as a Googler. I see myself as someone who fits in here. I don#39;t feel like an outsider. I feel Googley.我在这里待了第一个星期之后,的确感到非常不同。我猜我总是将我自己视为军人。我在部队待了五年。但我正开始将自己看做一位Google人。我将自己视为一个适合这里的人。我不觉得像个局外人。我感觉很Google。I would say meeting Sergey was definitely one of the highlights of my week, month, maybe year. You know, he was fine just like stopped and shook my hand, and then he rode off on his elliptical bike. It#39;s pretty great.我会说认识Sergey(Google共同创办人)绝对是我一周、一个月、也许一年最精的事之一。你知道,他很好、就像是停了下来并握握我的手,然后他骑上他的椭圆机离开。那很棒。Maybe it is a little early to say that after I#39;ve only been here a week or so, but I just feel like there#39;s always gonna be something new, and you#39;re gonna learn every day. And that#39;s really the best part about being an engineer.也许在我只来到这裡一个星期左右说这个有点早,但我就是感觉好像将总会有某些新东西,而你将会每天学习。那真的是关于身为一名工程师最棒的部分。If this is what being an intern feels like, I#39;d love to be an intern for the rest of my life.如果这是身为实习生的感受,我愿意余生都做一位实习生。注一:Space Coast指的是佛罗里达的东岸,由于位居NASA甘迺迪指挥中心旁边,很多人在这边看太空船升空景象。 Article/201409/325035。
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