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Im Dan Sullivan, and Im proud to represent the great state of Alaska in the U.S. Senate. Today, I want to talk to you about the economy – one of the most critical issues facing our country – and about the lost decade of economic growth under the Obama Administration. A few weeks ago, it was announced that Americas Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew at only one half of one percent during the first quarter of 2016. Gross Domestic Product is an important indicator of the health of our economy, it measures progress – the essence of the American dream. 0.5 percent GDP growth is a reminder of what we aly know. Our economy is stagnant. The American dream has become a mirage for millions of American families. The average annual GDP growth rate for America is nearly 4 percent. The Obama Administrations annual rate has been about 1.5 percent; in fact, theyve never even hit 3 percent GDP growth in one quarter. We can do so much better for America. But President Obama tells us differently. He lowers expectations by calling his very weak economic record the new normal. He has even taken to bragging about his administrations economic record. In a recent speech, he actually said that we are better off today than we were just seven years ago. He said that anybody who tells you differently is not telling the truth. Well, I hate to tell the President this, but even former President Bill Clinton said this about the Obama economy: millions and millions and millions of people look at that pretty picture of America President Obama has painted and they cant find themselves in it. Its not hard to see why they cant find themselves in President Obamas pretty picture: During nearly 8 years of the Obama Administration, the number of Americans participating in the labor force is now at its lowest rate since 1978. People are just giving up looking for a job. More Americans have fallen into poverty. Family paychecks have declined and the number of people on food stamps has skyrocketed by 40 percent, all during the Obama years. And the percentage of Americans who own homes – a marker of the promise of the American Dream – is down 5.2 percent. And more and more Americans believe that we are on the wrong track and that their kids will not be as well off as they are today. The DNA of America is based on the promise of progress, but that is losing out to President Obamas surrender and his new normal economy. Something is terribly wrong in our country when a leading Democrat recently bragged that were going to put a lot of coal miners and a lot of coal companies out of business. But it doesnt have to be this way. Strong economic growth made the ed States the greatest country on earth. We have a moral imperative to recognize that we have experienced a lost decade of economic growth and opportunity, and we have to change this. We have a moral imperative to recognize what pervasive poverty does to our citizens – it creates holes in the social fabric that holds us together – and how and when our citizens fall through the holes, a piece of all of us goes with them. Because although we are individuals, we are all in this together as Americans. We have a moral imperative to grow our economy again and create economic opportunity for middle-class families. We are the ed States of America. Our economy and workers have been the envy of the world for decades. The economic future for our children can be limitless if we have a federal government that is a partner in opportunity, not the obstacle that it is today. But in order to do all of this, were going to need a change in Washington – a change that doesnt settle for the new normal economy. We can, we will, and we must reach our full economic potential as Americans. Thank you.201605/446359。

When youre doing all this, real life doesnt stop. 1997 was the year Chelsea finished high school and went to college. We were happy for her, but sad for us to see her go. Ill never forget moving her into her dorm room at Stanford. It would have been a great little reality flick.现在当你们在做这些,真实的人生并未停止。1997年,切尔西高中毕业去读大学。我们为她感到开心,但看着她离开还是感到难过。我永远不会忘记帮她搬进斯坦福大学的宿舍。那会成为一个伟大的现实小片段。There I was in a trance just staring out the window trying not to cry, and there was Hillary on her hands and knees desperately looking for one more drawer to put that liner paper in. Finally, Chelsea took charge and told us ever so gently that it was time for us to go.在那里,我站在窗前盯着外面出神,努力不让自己哭出来,希拉里趴在地上拼命的寻找抽屉多放一些衬纸。最后,切尔西掌管了局面,她轻轻地告诉我们该走了。So we closed a big chapter in the most important work of our lives.就这样,我们合上了人生中最重要作品的最后一页。As youll see Thursday night when Chelsea speaks, Hillarys done a pretty fine job of being a mother.在周四晚上你们会听到切尔西的演讲,会知道希拉里是个多么了不起的母亲。And as you saw last night, beyond a shadow of a doubt so has Michelle Obama.正如你们昨晚所见,米歇尔·奥巴马也曾生活在这样的怀疑阴影之下。Now, fast forward. In 1999, Congressman Charlie Rangel and other New York Democrats urged Hillary urged Hillary to run for the seat of retiring Senator Pat Moynihan.现在,快进一下。在1999年,议员查理·兰戈尔和其他纽约的民主党人催促希拉里角逐退休参议员Pat Moynihan空出的职位。We had always intended to go to New York after I left office and commute to Arkansas, but this had never occurred to either one of us. Hillary had never run for office before, but she decided to give it a try.在我离任后我一直在阿肯色州通勤,我们一直想去纽约,但这在我们两人身上都没有发生。希拉里此前没有竞选过公职,但她决定试一试。She began her campaign the way she always does new things, by listening and and learning. And after a tough battle, New York elected her to the seat once held by another outsider, Robert Kennedy. And she didnt let him down.她启动竞选活动的方式和她处理新事物的方法一样——通过倾听和学习。经过艰难一战她在纽约成功当选,这个位置上此前也曾由一个局外人罗伯特·肯尼迪任职过。她没有让他失望。201612/480394。

28. I can't figure out... 我搞不懂······ 用法透视 "figure out"是理解的意思,这句话的含义相当于"I don't understand"。 持范例 1. I can't figure out the rules of football. 我不懂足球的规则。 2. I can't figure out how to break the news to them. 我想不出怎么把这事跟他们说。 3. I can't figure out what color to paint the house. 我想不出用什么颜色刷这房子。 会话记忆 A: Hurry up. We're going to be late. 快点!我们要迟到了。 B: I am hurrying. 我已经很快了。 A: What are you doing? 你在做什么啊? B: I can't figure out which dress to wear. 我不知道该穿哪件衣 /200705/13113。

Imagine if I let go of my habit of saving the world behind your back,想像我放弃在你们背后拯救世界的习惯,of deliberating on the future of your work, your food, your schools, in places where you couldnt get past security.想像去放弃对在连安保都无法通过地方,你未来的工作,食物,学校的幻想。We can do this only if we first accept that we have neglected each other.我们只有先承认我们忽视了彼此,才可能做到这一点。If there is hope to summon in this ominous hour, it is this.如果在这不详的时刻有重新振作精神的希望,那就是这个。We have, for too long, chased various shimmering dreams我们已经追寻各种闪亮的梦想太久了,at the cost of attention to the foundational dream of each other,以最基本的对你我之间梦想的注意力为代价,the dream of tending to each other, of unleashing each others wonders, of moving through history together.照顾彼此的梦想,释放彼此疑虑的梦想,共同跨越历史的梦想。We could dare to commit to the dream of each other as the thing that matters before every neon thing.我们应该敢于承认对于彼此的梦想,承认它比其他各色事情更重要。Let us dare. Sincerely yours, a fellow citizen.让我们敢于这么做。敬上,一个公民伙伴。201703/497521。

Thank you. Thank you so much for the kind introduction. Its a tremendous honor to be here. Like, like most graduation speakers, my main qualification would seem to be that I am one of the few people who are even more clueless about what is going on in your lives than your parents and your professors.Most of you are about 21 or 22 years old. You are about to begin working. I havent worked for anybody for 21 years. But if I try to make, give a reason for why it makes sense for me to speak here today, I would say its because thinking about the future is what I do for a living. And this is a commencement. Its a new beginning. As a technology investor, I invest in new beginnings. I believe in what hasnt yet been seen or been done.This is not what I set out to do when I began my career. When I was sitting where you are, back in 1989, I would have told you that I wanted to be a lawyer. I didnt really know what lawyers do all day, but I knew they had to first go to law school, and school was familiar to me. I had been competitively tracked from middle school to high school to college. And by going straight to law school, I knew I would be competing at the same kinds of tests Id been taking ever since I was a kid, but I could tell everyone that I was now doing it for the sake of becoming a professional adult.I did well enough in law school to be hired by a big New York law firm, but it turned out to be a very strange place: from the outside, everybody wanted to get in; and from the inside, everybody wanted to get out. When I left the firm – after 7 months and 3 days – my co-workers were surprised. One of them told me that he hadnt known it was possible to escape from Alcatraz. Now, that might sound odd, because all you had to do to escape was walk through the front door, and not come back. But people really did find it very hard to leave, because so much of their identity was wrapped up in having won the competitions to get there in the first place.Just as I was leaving the law firm, I got an interview for a Supreme Court clerkship. And this is sort of the top prize you can get as a young lawyer. It was the absolute last stage of competition, but I lost. And at the time, I was totally devastated – It seemed just like the end of the world.About a decade later, I ran into an old friend – someone who had helped me prepare for the Supreme Court interview, but whom I hadnt seen in years. His first words to me were not, you know, ;Hi, Peter; or ;How are you doing?; but rather, ;So, arent you glad you didnt get that clerkship?; Because if I hadnt lost that last competition, we both knew that I never would have left the track laid down since middle school. I wouldnt have moved to California and co-founded a startup. I wouldnt have done anything new.Looking back at my ambition to become a lawyer, it looks less like a plan for the future and more like an alibi for the present. It was a way to explain to anyone who would ask – to my parents, to my peers, and most of all, to myself – that there was no need to worry, I was perfectly on track. But it turned out, in retrospect, that my biggest problem was taking a track without thinking really hard about where it was going.When I co-founded a technology startup, we took the opposite approach. We consciously set out to change the direction of the world with very definite, very big plans. Our goal was nothing less than to replace the U.S. dollar by creating a new digital currency.We had a young team. When we started, I was the only person over 23 years old. When we released our first product, the first users were simply the 24 people who worked at our company. Outside, there were millions of people working in the global financial industry. And when we told some of them about our plans, we noticed a clear pattern: the more experience someone had in banking, the more certain they were that our venture could never succeed.201606/449535。

I am very pleased myself to be able to welcome you here to Number 10 Downing Street. I fear the Secretary of State has upstaged me somewhat, or…or I was going to say Dydd G#373;yl Dewi Hapus. But this…this reception is about celebrating everything that Wales has to offer to the world – and there is indeed much to celebrate, including the hills. And around Easter, I hope to be back in Wales walking up some of those hills once again. But this proud country – and a very special part of our ed Kingdom – is home to some of the greatest talent and industry in the world. And I think we can see that right here today. Whether its leading figures from the worlds of business, from sport and politics – or one of the finest arrays – I have to be very good and not participate in everything that has to walk through, but weve seen some wonderful cheeses, weve got cakes, ham, wine, beer, whisky, spirit, flowers or daffodils everywhere in Number 10 Downing Street today. And…and I have to say I think it is no wonder that…I think quite a few Number 10 staff have suddenly discovered theyve got Welsh heritage. But anyway, I want to take this opportunity to say just two things today. The first is I am immensely proud to be Prime Minister of the whole ed Kingdom – and together with Alun as Secretary of State, I am absolutely committed to promoting and supporting Wales as part of that honour and responsibility. As a UK government, we will always do everything we can to support Welsh business and help create more jobs in Wales. And thats why we are investing #163;500 million in the Cardiff Capital Region City Deal – the biggest City Deal in the UK, why we remain committed to negotiating a City Deal for the Swansea Bay City Region, too. Its why we will continue to promote Wales as one of the great tourist destinations in the world, with no fewer than 5 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, including the first ever, Gower. And well continue to champion Wales as a top destination for iconic World sport – from hosting Rugby World Cup matches to the European Champions League Final in Cardiff this May. And the second point I wanted to address briefly, and Alun has alluded to this, is how we seize the opportunity of this great moment of national change as we leave the European Union, as we forge that bold new future for ourselves in the world. And Ive said I will strike a deal with the EU that works for all parts of the UK – and for the UK as a whole. And we are engaging fully with groups and people from across Wales, including the Welsh government and indeed with all the devolved administrations as we form our negotiating position. And I want to ensure that Wales is in the strongest possible position to benefit as we work to sp wealth and prosperity to every part of the UK. And as we forge bold new trade deals with old friends and new allies around the world – and I want that to mean more jobs in Wales, more exports of Welsh products and more growth for the Welsh economy. Because we are one ed Kingdom – England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. And we will succeed as one ed Kingdom. And I said it as Alun says on the doorstep of Number 10 when I first became Prime Minister, but I will always fight to preserve our proud, historic union. And I am determined that we will emerge from this period of change – stronger, fairer, more united and more outward-looking than ever before. And that will be the best possible outcome for Wales – and for the whole of our ed Kingdom. So thank you everybody for coming today – thank you to those who have brought their wares here to sample, thank you for everything that you contribute to Wales, and everything you contribute to the ed Kingdom. And please do stay and enjoy the rest of the reception.201703/499415。

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When The founder Jack Dorsey talks about the origins of his thinking for the product 推特的共同创始人杰克.多西 谈起他对产品的最初设想时He talks about his fascination with maps He talks about his ultimate fascination with dispatch systems 就提到他对地图的入迷 他提到他对调度系统的狂热As he studied maps and the more efficient way of getting things like taxis and ambulances to where they needed to more quickly 他学习地图 试图找到更有效的方式 让出租车 救护车这些能够更迅速地到达目的地And when he sent out his first tweet, ;Just setting up my Twitter; he didnt plan 他发自己的第一条推文;刚建立了我的推特;时 他没有计划说For President Obama to declare victory on that platform in the 2012 election None of us at Twitter thought 奥巴马总统会在推特上宣布2012年大选胜利 我们这些使用推特的人都不会想到During the earthquake and ensuing tsunami in Fukushima, Japan that our service would be a great alternative communication platform 日本福岛发生地震及随后海啸时 推特的务成为了日本重要的替代通讯平台If the mobile networks in Japan were spotty in the aftermath And certainly none of us even hoped 有效填补了震后日本移动网络发生的问题 当然 我们甚至都不期望Let alone considered that our platform would be one of those used to organize protests across the Middle East 更别谈计划了 这一平台竟然会在中东被用于组织抗议活动In Tunisia, in Iraq, and in Egypt during the Arab Spring Heres the amazing thing about what ive observed 造成突尼斯 伊拉克 埃及等地发生阿拉伯之春革命 这些令人惊异的事件就是我所观察到的When ive witnessed all of those things Not only can you not plan the impact youre going to have 我见了所有这些事情 你不仅无法计划 你将有多大影响You often wont recognize it even while youre having it A few months after I started at Twitter 甚至在你拥有影响的时候 你都无法完全认识到它 我在推特工作了几个月后Russian President Medvedev was coming to the office And that morning going into the office 俄罗斯总统梅德韦杰夫来到我们的办公室 那天早上到办公室时201607/454374。