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  • During the trial,Diane Dimond was the worst person in the world.开庭期间 戴安·戴蒙应该是最糟的吧Nice to meet you. Your hands are vety cold.幸会 你的手好冰l didn#39;t say what you thought l#39;d say. Did you get my message?l got your message.我没说出你所预期的话 你有收到我的留言吗?我收到了l don#39;t understand how these people can run out and lie.我不懂他们为什么可以这样撒谎They don#39;t even get a chance to find out the truth.连发掘真相的机会都没有Tom Mesereau would get there and show... And clean it up,汤姆·马瑟劳则在那里收拾烂摊子and show that this is not true, this is really how it went,明这些都不是真的 整个过程就是这样but they wouldn#39;t report that.但这些都没有播报And that went on for months.就这样搞了好几个月When we finally got to see what was being alleged,等到我们终于看到起诉的罪名时it just seemed so ridiculous and so far-fetched真的扯到不行that l remember one reporter from CNN came over to me我还记得有名CNN的记者走过来after the day that the mother testified, Janet Arvizo,and he said, #39;l feel so used. #39;就在母亲珍娜·阿维佐出庭隔天 他说 我觉得我被消费了Mrs Arvizo claimed that she feared Michael Jackson so much阿维佐太太声称 她非常怕迈克尔·杰克逊that she thought he and his henchmen were gonna怕到她认为他会派人put she and her family on a hot air balloon and let them sail away to their demise.把她全家送上热汽球去等死That was one of, probably, 500 crazy things that came out of this trial这大概只是整个诉讼中 阿维佐家族众多疯狂指控中that the Arvizo family were alleging.其中的一小件事吧sitting in court, listening to all these people lie,坐在法庭上听这些人撒谎people he#39;d been good to and all of that,那些他曾经善待过的人们he said he couldn#39;t believe that they were telling all these lies on him.他说他不敢相信 他们所说的谎言These people must have been paid off to do a lot of this stuff.这些人一定都收了钱才来讲这些话 Article/201511/407333。
  • When you#39;re fishing in water teeming with predators,you#39;re never gonna be the fastest hunter.在与掠食者竞速的垂钓过程中 你永远占不了上风There#39;s a fish on the line, but not for long.有条鱼上钩了 可好景不长Wow. Look at that head.Trying to take the fish off.瞧那脑袋 想把鱼夺走That#39;s one battle I don#39;t mind letting him win.我不介意让它赢得这场战役Man, did you see the size of that?Okay.伙计 看见它那庞大的身躯了吗 好吧Tell you what,my nerves are gonna be a wreck at the end of this trip.告诉你吧 等这趟冒险结束 我估计就要神经衰弱了He#39;s pretty delighted now.它正偷着乐呢I#39;ve been rafting in the crocodile-infested floodplains of Australia#39;s northern territory,我正乘筏穿越澳大利亚北部地区 一片鳄鱼出没的漫滩but the waterway has just reached a dead end.但水路走到了尽头It#39;s looking like the end of the road for this raft.这个筏子的使命貌似要结束了Getting loads shallower, again, here.It#39;s looking properly dry ahead there.又到了浅滩 看起来前面的路都很干了We want to keep heading that way.Let#39;s ditch the raft, go on foot again.我们要继续朝那个方向走 丢掉筏子 继续跑路There#39;s a croc skull.Try and get this out.这有个鳄鱼头骨 把这家伙弄出来Man, look at the size of that.Man, look at those teeth.瞧啊 多大一个脑袋啊 瞧这牙齿If that came down on you,they say it#39;s the same force as a truck landing on top of you.要是它扑上来 那咬力就如同被一辆卡车碾过Take you, death-roll you,and then literally just rip you limb from limb.Bad way to go.咬住人后 它会拼命地拉扯 然后将你撕成碎片 一命呜呼了 Article/201701/488566。
  • 栏目简介:Dozens of expats have been helping traffic police officers in downtown Jing#39;an today. It#39;s all part of efforts to educate foreigners about the city#39;s traffic rules. Cui Hui#39;ao tells us more. Article/201703/492625。
  • If this star is what we think it is,如果这恒星如我们所想as it dies it will produce two tightly focused beams of radiation,就会在消亡过程中产生两束聚焦辐射束one from each pole.两极各射出一束The star destroys itself as it produces these beams恒星在产生这两束辐射同时也在毁灭自己which contain more energy其中蕴含的能量than our sun will produce in its entire life.比太阳一生所产生的能量还要多The brightest known phenomena in the entire universe.这是已知的宇宙中最亮的现象No one is sure if WR 104 will do this没人知道WR 104是否会产生这现象or if the beam would strike the Earth,也不知道这辐射束是否会射往地球but if so, we could be bathed in high intensity radiation但要是这样,我们将沐浴于高强度的辐射中with some devastating consequences.导致毁灭性的后果The beam would cause spectacular auroras,辐射束将产生壮观的极光现象striking the ozone from the atmosphere,破坏大气层中的臭氧层allowing deadly radiation from the sun to strike the Earth.让致命辐射从太阳直射地球It may sound like science fiction,这听起来也许有些像科幻小说but this could be the second time skies like these但这将是我们所能看到的第二次have been seen from our world.像这样的天空450 million years ago,四亿五千年前over half of all living creatures were wiped out in a great extinction.过半生物在一次大灭绝中消失殆尽One explanation is that a gamma ray burster irradiated the planet so badly其中一个解释就是伽马射线暴辐射到地球that Earth#39;s ecosystem virtually collapsed.导致地球的生态系统几乎崩溃I don#39;t want to worry anyone,我并不是想耸人听闻but I think it#39;s definitely a good idea但我认为,人类到外太空探险for the human race to venture far beyond the Earth.是个不错的主意We would be wise to keep our eggs in as many baskets as possible.我们应该把鸡蛋放到尽可能多的篮子里Thankfully that process has aly begun.庆幸的是那个计划已经开始了In my opinion, the launch of Apollo 11在我看来,阿波罗11号的发射is probably the most important moment in human history.是人类历史上的一个重要时刻It was a turning part for the universe too.这也是宇宙的转折点Life in the form of us escaped its home planet.我们这样的生命飞离母星And stepped on another surface.并站在了另一个星球上 Article/201510/403583。
  • I think all of us, who have dogs, know that our dogs innately understand our feelings. So if we come home, and we#39;re feeling great, the dog instinctively picks up—You feel great. That means you#39;re gonna play with me. And if we#39;re feeling less than great, and especially if we#39;re feeling down and depressed, the dog will feel, You#39;re looking a bit low. I think I#39;ll just come over quietly and sit down beside you.我认为我们所有人,有养的人,都知道我们的天生能了解我们的感受。所以如果我们回到家,而且我们心情很好,儿直觉地注意到--你心情很好。那代表你会陪我玩。但如果我们心情不太好,而且特别是我们感到低落又沮丧时,儿会感受到:你看起来有点低落。我想我还是安静地过来在你旁边坐下吧。So they can pick up our feelings and emotions. What that means is that there#39;s mute communication between the two species. You don#39;t have to articulate in words the way you and I have to talk about things. Dog will understand how we feel, because it just picks up something about our body language.所以他们可以了解我们的感受和情绪。那所代表的东西是有种无需言语的沟通存在两种物种之间。你不必用像你和我讲事情那样的方式来用言语表达。儿就会明白我们感觉如何,因为它就是了解关于我们肢体语言的一些东西。Nowhere is this more important than with service or assistance dogs.没有任何地方比这里对务犬或协助犬来说更重要了。Unlike other service dog and guide dog providers, when you#39;re dealing with autism, you need dogs that are very, very calm, very quiet, very laid-back. So we, over the last sixteen years, have been working towards breeding really calm, very relaxed, easygoing dogs.不像其他务犬和导盲犬的提供者,当你处理的是自闭症时,你需要非常、非常沉着冷静、非常安静、非常自在的。所以我们在过去的十六年中一直致力于培育十分沉着、非常放松、好相处的儿。Chester joined our family six weeks ago. And he#39;s from National Service Dogs, so he is officially NSD Chester. He is two and a half years old, and he#39;s a lab retriever mix. Max was diagnosed with autism at the age of thirty-two months. When we got Chester, one of the first things I really look forward to doing with Max was going for a walk. Because at the age of six, I#39;ve never really been able to go for walk with Max; because what he does, like many children with autism, is he bores. So, for him, it#39;s a very fun game to run away from you. With Chester#39;s vest that he wears, he has a hookup, and there#39;s a handle that Max holds on to.Chester 在六星期前加入我们的家庭。而他是来自全国务犬协会,所以它是正式的 NSD Chester。它两岁半,而它是只混种拉不拉多犬(注一)。Max 在三十二个月大时被诊断出自闭症。当我们得到 Chester 时,我非常期待和 Max 一起做的首要事之一是去散个步。因为从他六岁起,我就从没真正能和 Max 一起散步过;因为他做的事,就像许多有自闭症的孩子一样,是他觉得无趣。所以,对他来说,从你身边跑走就是个非常好玩的游戏。有了 Chester 穿着的背心, 它有一条鍊,而那有一个 Max 可以握住的把手。So the first time we went out for a walk by ourselves, Chester was an all-star, and Max was just so thrilled to be out with his dog. He never dropped the handle once. One other thing that Max does to cope—when he#39;s frustrated, or express his frustration—is to strike out. And, you know, it#39;s hard, you know, to have your child striking you. We brought Chester home, and that aggression and frustration just disappeared. Now that we have Chester here for six weeks, and Max has stopped.我们第一次自己出去散步时,Chester 像是个大明星,而 Max 就是超级兴奋能和他的一起出去。他从未扔下把手一次过。另一个 Max 处理事情会做的事是--当他感到挫折,或表达他的沮丧时--是他会用力打。而且,你知道,这很难受,你要知道,让你自己的孩子打着你。我们把 Chester 带回家,而那种攻击性和挫折感就消失了。而今我们有 Chester 在这六星期了,Max 就停下来了。Do they still have outbursts? Yes, but there are fewer. They#39;re less intense, and they die down faster. Many of the dogs, once they#39;re bonded with their kids, will anticipate those anxiety levels building.他们还是有情绪爆发吗?有,但比较少了。那些爆发比较不激烈,而且它们平息得较快。许多儿会预测到那些焦虑程度增加,一旦它们和它们的小朋友建立起情感来。Chester sleeps with him. And since Chester came home, you know, we don#39;t get outburst in the middle of the night anymore. So Max stays in his bed, and he#39;s got Chester there. Now that he has Chester, he doesn#39;t call out. He might be awake. I don#39;t know, because I am asleep, which is fantastic. And I don#39;t really...I don#39;t worry about Max, because I know that Chester is in there. I didn#39;t really understand what a blessing Chester would be to a family, and not just to Max, but, you know, he very much is a healing balm for a family.Chester 和他一起睡。而且自从 Chester 来家里后,你知道,我们不再在大半夜碰到情绪失控的状况。Max 待在他的床上,而他有 Chester 陪着。现在因为他有 Chester,他就不大叫了。他可能醒来。我不知道,因为我睡着了,那真是太好了。而我不完全...我不担心 Max,因为我知道 Chester 在那里面。我那时并未真正了解 Chester 对一个家庭来说会是一份多大的福气,而且不只是对 Max,而是,你知道,他算是一个家庭的疗愈慰藉物。Over the last sixteen, seventeen years, we focused on our autism program, and have recently expanded out to train dogs for individuals with posttraumatic stress disorder, specifically veterans. And we#39;re developing a new program that will put Canine Assisted Intervention dogs into facilities, partnered with doctors, physicians, therapists, so that they can use fully trained service dogs in helping all of their patients, or a collection of their patients in various forms of...whether it#39;s addiction therapy, mental health issues, behavioral issues, and...so that will expand out the role of our dogs in the coming year.在过去十六、十七年中,我们专注在我们的自闭症计画上,而最近已经扩展到为有创伤后压力症候群的个人来训练,特别是为退役军人。我们正在发展一项把犬只辅助介入计画的儿们放置到各个机构中的新计画,将儿和医生、治疗师、理疗师搭挡,他们就可以用受过完备训练的务犬来帮助他们所有的病人,或他们各个不同类型的病人们...无论是成瘾治疗、心理健康问题、行为问题,还有...那会在来年扩展我们儿的角色。Note1:labrador retriever mix。注一:混种拉不拉多的全称 Article/201411/339705。
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