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成都成华区妇幼保健院是不是有主任四川第九医院治疗宫颈糜烂多少钱STERN: First day we are doing a revelation show. Each one of us. Each of the major cast members have agreed to reveal something about themselves that we've never revealed on the air and that has to be -- has to meet a certain standard.KING: Which is?STERN: Which is we put a guy in charge. We each had to go into a confessional booth and confess our sin or secret or something that humiliated us or embarrassed us. And if it didn't measure up, we had to go back and come up with something else.KING: It had to be humiliating.STERN: No, it doesn't have to be humiliating. It might be something that we didn't want to share. It could be a secret, it could be ...KING: A disease. Might have a disease.STERN: Could be a disease. Could be that ded disease that you have. I might get it too. You don't know.But Larry -- so, this is dangerous radio for me. This is a high wire because I went into the confessional, I admitted what it is and the guy said, whoa. And that whoa is what I'm looking for. So we've got some good stuff.I do have to address whether or not Beth and I got married. There is plenty on the table. We just left this huge radio experience. Probably the most successful radio show in the history of radio and walking away from that, I have to tell you that I had no emotional experience about it until the day after, when I woke up.I woke up and I realized I'll never hit that button again and have that kind of access. Millions and millions and millions of fans.KING: Now this is your first public appearance since then, since leaving.STERN: Right.KING: And you go on the new on Monday.STERN: Right.KING: Do you -- are you scared?STERN: Well, I don't feel scared. Well, maybe a little bit because I don't want to disappoint people and I have to tell you, we've done two run-throughs this week and this is the great thing about having your own channel. All of the sudden, I said, when we're doing the run through, just pop on the run through.So in essence we've been on twice aly and whoever was driving in their car, all of the sudden we just popped on the radio and that's fun. And the run through was liberating.I had the most amazing radio experience New Year's Eve and I'll tell you why satellite is great and why every broadcaster should be involved in this. New Year's Eve they said it's the first time your voice can be heard on your own channel. I was out of my contract with Viacom. Would you call in? I said, I don't know, if I'm up.Went out, had a bunch of drinks, fell asleep, but at midnight I heard fireworks coming out of the park and it woke me up and I said, ah, what the hell? I'll just call in. I started talking stream of consciousness into this telephone receiver, kind of drunk, a little bit hung over, and I've never had that kind of freedom before.I didn't use any foul language. It wasn't about that. I didn't have to worry about the constraints, what topics I could talk about. I didn't worry about the average quarter hour maintenance, crossing the quarter hour, how many listeners I had. Whoever was there, it was fine with me, and it was the most intimate radio I have ever done, just talking into that receiver.KING: How did you become Howard stern? In other words, how did you develop this persona?STERN: Well, you know, I have made no secret of the fact that I have always wanted to be on radio.I can remember being 5 years old, and, you know, it goes back. My father was a recording engineer. I have told you this before. And my father used to look at Don Adams and Larry Storch and some of the great voice guys doing cartoons an commercials. And I would go down to my father's studio. Once in awhile, he would bring me. And I would watch his eyes. And he would stare at these guys. And he would have such reference for the greats. You know, these guys were great. And I would watch these guys working. And I said, oh, my God. If my father looked at me like that, he would be so proud of me. And I think, early on, when I saw that microphone, and I saw -- I remember to this day -- I was a kid. And Don Adams was recording "Tennessee Tuxedo," a commercial -- a cartoon. And he's standing there in a blazer and a turtleneck. And he looked so damn suave to me. You know, this was before Maxwell Smart. KING: Yes. STERN: And I just -- I saw my father looking at him. And I went, wow. I want to do something like this. And I didn't listen to a lot of radio growing up. I can only remember one guy, Brad Crandall, I used to listen to at night. KING: Sure. Great voice. STERN: Yes. He was this guy.KING: But how did you carry it on to become what you have become, to take it to the fullest extent? In other words, you didn't draw any middle ground. STERN: Well, it was a process. I -- when I was in college radio, I did a show called the "King Schmaltz Bagel Hour." It was me and three guys. And it was very irreverent. And it has always been my fantasy to go on radio and not do a straight broadcast but to bring the audience into sort of my thought process. I remember listening to the radio, and you would hear a guy close a door in the background at a news station or you would hear a cart or something drop on the floor. And you would go, what the hell is that? And they wouldn't tell you. They would act like it wasn't going on. And I kind of had this fantasy where I would create a radio show where I would tell you everything, everything about me, everybody about -- whoever walked in, complete honesty. We strip away all barriers. And this was my -- my thing. And I went in college radio. And I started this. And I got fired after the third show. We did a bit called "Godzilla Goes to Harlem." And no one ever heard anything like this. And it was a college station, carrier current. And we did this thing. And I got fired right on the air.And that was sort of an omen of what was to come. And my father wrote me a letter. And he said to me, you know, it is great that you are on the air and all of that. But I listened to the tape. And you go, ah, ah, ah every minute. And you (INAUDIBLE) on the air. And you don't sound professional. And you're not enunciating. And he said even a clown probably was a trained ballet dancer or something. And you need to go out and do a straight radio show and, in my opinion, learn how to, you know, do radio. KING: Good advice. STERN: It was really good advice. And I went and I did a straight show for two years. And I was awful. It was chronicled in my movie. And I said, you know what, though? It was the best two years of my life. I had to do everything at that station. And I kept dreaming in my head of breaking sort of all the walls down, all of those straight walls down.Someone asked me the other day, gee, did you ever think about doing like a "LARRY KING" show? They said, you're a very good interviewer. Interviewing is a strength of yours. And I said, that's a career that wasn't for me. I wanted to expose myself and expose every -- so, I didn't want to have any secrets from the audience. KING: I like the guests. You like you. STERN: Well...(CROSSTALK) KING: I mean, you want the show to be into you. STERN: No, that's -- that's not it. That's not what I'm saying. You know, the guy who replaced me in New York, David Lee Roth, I listened to his first show. And he said, hey, man, this ain't heavy lifting. This radio stuff is easy. And I was thinking about that. And I thought, no, radio isn't easy. It's easy -- yes, sure, anyone can go on the air and talk. But to open yourself up and actually break down all the walls and think about all your insecurities, and put those on the air, I think it isn't easy lifting. There's a lot of emotional lifting you have to do.But, having said that, when a guest comes in, I think the reason people might think I'm a good interviewer is that I'm genuinely curious about a person. I don't make judgments. If somebody's a stripper, that's great. If someone's a prostitute, I -- Robin, who works with me, she decided to work with me. She heard a tape of me in Detroit. I was interviewing a prostitute. And she said to me, when I heard you do it, you asked her everything, what she ate for breakfast, why she went to the store, who were her parents, how did she get into this sort of miserable life.And you didn't make judgments. And that's what the show's always been about. I myself don't really have outrageous behavior, I don't think. But I'm a voyeur. (LAUGHTER) STERN: I like to watch outrageous behavior and I like to learn about outrageous behavior. KING: Boy, do you(End).200808/46466成都市中医院治疗妇科怎么样 A senior American official has urged India to move quickly to wrap up a civilian nuclear deal with the ed States. The request comes as India's prime minister says his government is trying to build a political consensus on the controversial agreement, which is strongly opposed by his communist allies.  美国一位高级官员敦促印度迅速采取行动,和美国敲定一笔民用核交易。印度总理说,印度政府正努力就这项有争议的交易取得政治共识,而这项交易受到他的共产党盟友的强烈反对。U.S. Assistant Secretary of State Richard Boucher says the civilian nuclear deal between India and the ed States faces a lot of "tight deadlines."  美国助理国务卿包润石说,印度与美国的这笔民用核交易面临着很多“紧迫的最后期限”。Boucher spoke to reporters Wednesday in New Delhi, where he has met Indian officials.  包润石星期三在新德里发表以上讲话。他在新德里会晤了印度官员。The deal will allow New Delhi to get access to civilian nuclear technology, even though it has not signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. 如果双方达成协议,尽管印度没有签署核不扩散条约,也仍然可以获得民用核技术。The pact still needs to get the final approval of the U.S. Congress. Before that happens, India has to conclude an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency and obtain a waiver from the 45-nation Nuclear Supplier Group, which regulates global civilian nuclear trade.  这笔交易还需要得到美国国会的最终批准。在此之前,印度必须与国际原子能机构达成协议,并取得核供应国集团45个成员国的同意。核供应国集团负责协调管理全球的民用核交易。Boucher says all these steps need to be completed quickly so that the pact can be presented to the U.S. Congress by July, ahead of the American presidential elections. 包润石说,所有这些步骤都要迅速完成,才能赶在美国总统选举之前,于7月把这笔交易提交美国国会。"You start adding these things up and we are kind of playing on overtime right now. There is an awful lot of work to do and not a lot of time. So, I think everybody understands that reality and, as I said, as soon as the Indian government is y to go ahead, we are too," Boucher said.  他说:“很多工作摆在面前,而我们现在已经有些滞后了。工作很多,但是时间却不多。所以我认为大家都了解这个现实。只要印度政府做好准备,我们也做好了准备。”The deal has been held up by domestic politics in India. The Indian government's Communist allies strongly oppose the agreement because they feel it undermines India's sovereignty and have warned the government not to go ahead with it. 这项协议的进展受到印度国内政治的拖延。印度政府中联合政党的共产党强烈反对这项协议。他们认为这将损害印度主权,并警告政府不要签署这项协议。However, the government is holding talks with the IAEA and says it remains committed to sealing the nuclear agreement with Washington.  印度政府正在和国际原子能机构举行谈判,而且表示印度仍然致力于跟美国签署这一核协议。Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told parliament Wednesday his government is trying to bring around its allies.  印度总理辛格星期三对议会说,印度正在试图说持印度共产党。"We also continue to seek the broadest possible consensus within the country to enable the next step to be taken," Singh said. I believe such cooperation is good for us, for our energy security and for the world. 他说:“我们还在继续寻求在国内形成最大的共识,以便采取下一步的进程。这种合作对我们是有利的,对我们的能源安全有利,对世界有利。”But it remains unclear how Prime Minister Singh will overcome opposition from his Communist allies, who have repeatedly threatened to withdraw support for the government if it goes ahead with the nuclear deal. 可是现在仍然不清楚辛格总理将采取何种办法说共产党联盟转变立场。印度共产党反复威胁说,如果印度政府签署这项核协议,他们就不再持政府。200803/28749成都大学附属医院产前检查好吗

广安彩超哪家医院最好的青羊区妇女医院QQ Katie: Couric: There are a lot further along with Dorry Winning which's just scaled than we thought.Donny Deustch: Let's scrape in our knuckles in other words, right.Katie Couric: Yeah, exactly. Well, I thought those guys were great, by the way, I am in love with Allen, he is in Houston now. What a nice guy.Donny Deustch: He is a good guy. Great, great 3-point shooter also. You know, I'm not surprised that....Katie Couric:Yeah, I, I thought that as well, a great 3-point shooter to me.Donny Deustch: I am not, I am not surprised the guys on camera, saying things ,these things will blow you away. He's basically regreted this world of Allen Orden for Donny O'Neal. Guys, 80% guys don't need more time to themselves. 80% guys we asked them, do, does your loved one tell you she loves sweet love? Absolutely. Do you want your woman to lose weight? Yes, 40% said yes. But would you think /...but would you think two out of...Katie Couric: But I didn't like that guy. 44% said yes, 53% said no, and 4% said not sure.Donny Deustch: But two out of three people in this country're technically overweight. So in reality, that's good news. Men like curves, you know, why don't women think, men ...Katie Couric:They like women with a little junk in her trunk as fiance says.Donny Deustch: A little junk in the trunk and a little stuff in the buff, whatever it is, don't like the skinny, Kate Moss. A curve is OK. And guys didn't want plastic surgery, two, over two thirds of guys, don't touch it, we like it the way it is, so I think the media (played this~)Katie Couric: Do you think they really think that, or do you think, you know, oftentimes in these polls, as you know, Donny, in your career in advertising, people really do say what they think they are supposed to say?Donny Deustch: On camera they do, but I think in an on-line poll and in an anonymous poll, I think that's when people have an opportunity though, you know what, nobody is watching I can say what I want, and I was blown away that you know, we've got this whole group of happily married guys in this country. They were all kidding. They kind of complain with the other guy friends, they say, oh, you know, ah, the old ball in chain. But in reality, when asked, do you want your wife to express herself less? No..Katie Couric:Yeah, it's so happy to hear about, because you know...Donny Deustch: No...I want it, bring it on, bring it on.Katie Couric: You know, well I think oftentimes, he is an odd character, caricatures, in generalization, (Yes, that's it.)about people and manner, you know...Donny Deustch: We wanna hear what's going on.Katie Couric: Are.. are as human as women, and(Just a little bit.) you know, they may communicate differently. But I think their basic needs and their basic desires are (Right.) are really quite similar.Donny Deustch: Here is the only kind of niche in the whole thing. They always skip on the whole thing. When you asked, 50% said they would like their wives or girlfriends to spend more time with their girlfriends. It was interesting. So then, does that... you know, solemnly mean they really do want time by themselves? But yes, we want our girls to be with other girls, that's OK. But do they want separate vacations? 3 out of 4 no. I wanna go away with the woman I love. Once again, are you nurtured enough? 83% Yes, we've got happy guys out there. We are not pinched, we are ok.Katie Couric: And what about the single ones vs. the married ones?Donny Deustch: Single ones , once again, a little more sexual obviously, but the guys...Katie Couric: And what'd they want in terms of sexy? (Aggressive.)Want woman to be more aggressive?Donny Deustch: More aggressive, more aggressive, they are overwhelming guys. They want women to make the move, they don't want to have to make the move, they want women, they want women, they want women, they want women! Here it is. I, I actually represent the picks. No, they want women to be more sexually aggressive.Katie Couric: Oh, gosh, so much to say so little time. (So little time.)Fine, Donny, please. All right, you can catch more Donny's insights on the Big Idea With Donny Deutsch. Week nights at 10:00 Eastern and Pacific on CN. 200808/46527绵阳市第三人民医院妇科预约

大邑县人民医院医生在线咨询Pope Benedict Apologizes for Clergy Abuse in Australia教皇就澳神职人员性侵犯丑闻道歉  Pope Benedict has apologized for sexual abuse in the Catholic Church in Australia and has insisted that those responsible should be brought to justice. The pope told a mass in Sydney Saturday sexual abuse by clergy had brought shame to the Catholic Church. Pope Benedict is in Sydney for World Youth Day. 罗马天主教皇本笃十六世就涉及澳大利亚天主教神职人员的性侵犯丑闻做出道歉,并坚决表示,那些负有责任的人应该被绳之以法。教皇本笃星期六在悉尼对前来参加弥撒的人说,一些教士的性侵犯行为让整个天主教会都感到耻辱。教皇目前正在澳大利亚参加世界青年日的庆祝活动。Pope Benedict told a mass in Sydney the behavior of pedophile priests was "evil" and a grave betrayal of trust that had brought great shame on the Catholic Church. 罗马天主教皇本笃十六世在悉尼对前来参加弥撒的人们说,有恋童癖的神职人员的行为是“邪恶的”,违背了教徒们的信任,给天主教会带来了无上的耻辱。He said the perpetrators should be brought to justice. 他说,那些犯了罪的人,应该被绳之以法。"I am deeply sorry for the pain and suffering the victims have endured and I assure them that as their pastor I too share in their suffering. These misdeeds, which constitute so grave a betrayal of trust, deserve unequivocal condemnation," he said. 他说:“对受害者们所遭受的痛苦,我感到非常抱歉,作为他们的牧师,他们的痛苦也是我的痛苦。那些错误行为严重违背了教徒们的信任,理应受到严厉的谴责和制裁。”The papal apology was widely anticipated and echoes the contrition the pope expressed on a visit to the ed States earlier this year. 教皇的这番道歉可以说是预料之中的。今年早些时候,本笃十六世到美国访问期间,也做出了类似的表述。Support groups for victims in Australia have said that Pope Benedict's apology was not sufficient. 然而,在澳大利亚受害者团体看来,教皇的道歉远远不够。They have called for the church to end what they describe as a continuing cover-up of the scale of the problem.  他们说,教廷一直在竭力掩盖问题的严重性,应该立即终止这么做。They have also demanded "appropriate" levels of financial compensation. 并给受害者及其家属适度的赔偿。Anthony Foster, whose daughter committed suicide after being raped by a Catholic priest who also attacked her sister, says the pope's words do not go far enough. 安东尼.福斯特的一个女儿在被一个天主教士强奸之后自杀了,他的另外一个女儿也遭到了这名教士的侵犯。福斯特说,教皇的道歉并不是那么彻底。"I'll accept an apology if the pope will wholeheartedly embrace the notion of begging forgiveness from victims, and supporting them in every way possible and putting the full resources of the Church behind that support so they can have a reasonable life. They will never recover fully from what has happened to them," said Foster. 他说:“假如教皇真正是全心全意地恳请那些受害者的原谅,而且尽一切可能、动用教廷的全部资源来帮助这些受害者,让他们能够恢复基本正常生活的话,那么,我可以接受道歉。要知道,那些受害者永远也不会完全从过去那些遭遇当中彻底恢复过来。”There have been 107 convictions of pedophile clergy in Australia, but campaigners have insisted that there could be thousands of victims, as only a few cases ever go to court. 在澳大利亚,至少有107名澳大利亚天主教神职人员被判定犯有性侵犯罪。但是,有关的活动人士说,事实上,遭到侵犯的人可能有数千名,因为这类案例,实际上只有极少数诉之于法庭。Sexual abuse by Catholic priests has overshadowed the pope's visit to World Youth Day in Sydney, with senior church officials reopening a 25-year-old case of indecent assault in Australia only days before the pontiff arrived. 教皇这次澳大利亚世界青年日之行,被一些天主教士所犯下的性侵犯行为蒙上了一层阴影。就在他抵达之前几天,教廷的一些高级官员决定对发生在澳大利亚的一件历时25年之久的案子进行重新审理。World Youth Day festivities have continued in Australia's biggest city, with tens of thousands of pilgrims marching across the Sydney harbor bridge on their way to an all-night vigil at a race course before a giant, open-air papal mass on Sunday. 目前,庆祝活动在悉尼继续著,成千上万的朝圣者们徒步走过悉尼海港大桥,前去参加烛光之夜的庆祝活动。星期天,教皇本笃十六世将主持一个规模庞大的露天弥撒。World Youth Day is a global celebration that is meant to inspire a new generation of Catholics. 世界青年日在世界各地都展开了庆祝活动,目的是希望年青的一代能够加入天主教。200807/44421 青羊区第一人民医院人流要多少钱四川省八院网上预约挂号

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