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2019年09月17日 18:33:25来源:问医乐园

Butcher and Lawyer肉商与律师A dog ran into a butcher and grabbed a roast off the counter.有一只,跑进一家肉店把一块烤肉从台子上抢走。Fortunately,the butcher recognized the dog as belonging to a neighbor of his.很幸运地,肉商辨认出’这只是属于他邻居的。The neighbor happened to be a lawyer.这位邻居碰巧又是一位律师。Incensed at the theft,the butcher called up his neighter and said,这起窃盗激怒了这位肉商。于是他就打电话给他的邻居说:;Hey,if your dog stole a rasat from my butcher shop,would you be liable for the coast of the meat?;“喂,如果你的儿从我的肉店偷走了一块烤肉,你会为这块肉的损失费用负责任吗?”The lawyer replied,;Of course,how much was the roast?;这名律师回答说:“当然会呀,这块烤肉多少钱呢?”;.;Afew days later the butcher received a check in the mail for .“八元。”几天后,这位肉商收到一封邮件,里面有一张八元的票。Attached to it was an invoice that :这张票却附上了一张发票,上面写着:Legal Consultation Service:0.“法律咨询务 :一百五十元。” /201504/368403。

  • A Strip of Noodle with Soup面汤-一根面 It tastes delicious with thick soup and pliable noodles, enjoying high favor among people. It is said that in a scholarly family in the old town Nanzhao, the mother-in-law and daughter-in-law were not getting along well and squabbling with each other almost every day, leaving no peace to the family. The father-in-law, a well- scholar believed it would disharmonize and dishonor the family if things went like this, giving others chance to laugh at them. He was wrapped in thought for a long time before finally finding a way to solve this problem—making the soup with one long string of noodle, for it needed cooperation and concentration to make such a long noodle; then the mother-in-law, daughter-in-law and sister-in-law gathered together to make it with concerted efforts. Finally they made it. While having the meal, the father-in-law said what they ate that day was one-heart noodle, and hence they would be of one heart forever. The families lived in harmony from then on.它以其清爽筋道的面条,浓郁醇厚的汤汁,深受旅游者的青睐。据说,过去在南诏古城里有一户书香世第,家中婆媳不和,三天一大吵,两天一小闹,一家人不得安宁。老公公是一个饱读诗书的秀才,总觉得这样吵下去有伤和谐,有辱门风,让街坊邻居笑话。苦思多时,终于寻出了一个办法,那就是扯面汤,因为扯面汤需要多人合作、齐心协力才能扯得出来,于是老秀才把婆媳二人加上小姑一起叫拢,要他们扯面汤,婆媳二人和小姑真的把扯面汤扯出来了,吃扯面汤的时候,老公公说:“今天我们全家吃的是同心面汤,今后我们全家都要吃同心饭。”从此以后,全家人和睦相处。 /201505/375878。
  • 4. Worcestershire Sauce4.辣酱油While relatively unknown to most of the world, this foodstuff gets a spot on this list because it was made entirely by accident.尽管辣酱油在世界上很多地方都鲜有人知,但我们还是将这种食物纳入这篇文章中,因为它的制作完全是个意外。It began its life as an Indian sauce. The recipe made its way over to Worcester, England (see where this is going?), where two chemists, John Wheeley Lea and William Perrins, got their hands on it. They marketed this new exotic sauce, claiming all sorts of healing properties to cure common problems. When they actually made the stuff, however, it tasted awful. The pair stuffed the rest in a barrel and left it in a cellar, presumably to use again some day. That day didn’t come until two years later.它最初是一种印度酱油。这个食谱传到了英国伍斯特,被两位化学家John Wheeley Lea 和William Perrins所得。他们售卖这种新的异国酱油,宣称它能治愈一般的疾病。然而,当他们实际制成了这种东西的时候,它的味道非常糟糕。这两个人将剩下的酱油倒进一个桶里,存放在地窖中,准备过几天再用。而这一天直到两年后才到来。The pair, rediscovering their old invention, decided to give it a second shot. What should have probably murdered them (the sauce did have fish in it, after all), actually tasted very good. The pair decided to sell the sauce under the name ‘Lea and Perrins,’ a brand name that is strong to this day. Who knows how many other food inventions we’ve missed, due to people not willing to eat vastly out-of–date food?这两个人重新发现了他们过去的发明,决定再试试。差点让他们笑死的是,这东西尝起来非常美味。两人决定售卖这种酱油,给它取名“Leaamp;Perrins”,这个商标直到今天依然赫赫有名。因为人们不愿意吃那些过期的食物,谁知道我们因此错过了多少美食的发明? /201506/383153。
  • How To Make Friends: This Will Subtly Help People Open Up怎样交朋友:无形之中帮你变外向When people tell each other something intimate, it deepens the relationship.当人们告诉彼此很亲密的一些事情的时候,能够加深相互之间的感情。Laughter encourages people to open up and this is the secret to how to make friends, a new study finds.一项新研究发现,笑声能鼓励人们变得外向起来,这就是交朋友的秘诀。People in the study were more likely to disclose something personal about themselves after laughing together, although they didn#39;t realise it.这项研究中的人更能在一起大笑过后更能说一些私人的话题,尽管他们并没有意识到这一点。;Self-disclosure has long been regarded as critical to relationship development and is typically considered as an exchange, where intimacies are traded as a means of deepening and developing relationships.;自我公开好久以来就被认为是人际关系发展的至关重要的因素,通常会被当做交换,亲密是用来被交换的加深和发展人家关系的手段。;Indeed, people tend to like those to whom they disclose as well as those who disclose to them, and disclosure intimacy typically increases as relationships develop.;确实,人们往往喜欢那些开诚布公的或者对自己讲很多的人,通常将亲密讲出来人际关系会更加牢固。So the study may explain one way that laughter can help people connect.因此,这项研究或许解释笑声帮助人们加强联系的一种方式。How to make friends如何交朋友?For the research, published in the journal Human Nature, 112 people watched one of three s in groups of four (Gray et al., 2015).在《人类自然》杂志中刊登的这项研究,112人分四组观看了三部影像之中的一部(Gray et al., 2015)。The researchers were careful to make sure people in the groups were strangers to each other.研究者确保这些人都是彼此不认识的人。Some groups watched a comedian, another a boring golf and a third a nature documentary.一组观看了一个喜剧演员,另一组看了一部令人厌烦的高尔夫视频,第三组看了一部自然纪录片。The results showed that when the groups laughed together more, they also shared more intimate information with each other.结果显示当人们在一起笑的越多,他们彼此分享的亲密的信息也越多。Alan Gray, who led the study, thinks the effect is about more than just feeling good.领导这项研究的Alan Gray,认为结果再好不过了。Laughter releases the #39;happy hormones#39; endorphins, which are what may encourage people to share intimate details of their lives.大笑能够减轻;开心的荷尔蒙;内啡肽,这或许能鼓励人们分享生活中亲密的细节。The authors write:作者写道:;Given laughter#39;s ability to trigger endorphin activation and the role of endorphins in the formation of social bonds, laughter may increase willingness to disclose intimate information because the opioid effect of endorphins makes individuals more relaxed about what they communicate.;;笑声能够触发内啡肽的活性和内啡肽在社交联系形成汇中的作用。大笑能够增加公开个人亲密信息的意愿,因为医内啡肽的类鸦片作用使得个人对他们交流的内容更加放松。;One of the fascinating findings of the study was that people did not seem aware they had shared more with others.这项研究的一个大有吸引力的发现就是人们似乎没有意识到他们跟别人分享了很多。Although objective observers rated the disclosures of people who#39;d been laughing as more intimate, people themselves did not.尽管客观的观察者责骂人们公开大笑时泄露的秘密,但是当事人自己不这么认为。Mr Gray said:Gray 先生说:;This seems to be in line with the notion that laughter is linked specifically to fostering behaviors that encourage relationship development, since observer ratings of disclosure may be more important for relationship development than how much one feels one is disclosing.;似乎这跟笑声与培养鼓励人际关系发展行为的理念是一致的,因为比起人们觉得他们在泄密,观察者对于泄密的控诉或许对于人际关系发展更重要。;These results suggest that laughter should be a serious topic for those interested in the development of social relationships.;这些结论表明那些对社交关系发展感兴趣的人,对他们而言,笑声应该成为一个严肃的话题。 /201506/382151。
  • Six of Europe’s biggest oil and gas companies have banded together to ask the UN to let them help devise a plan to stop global warming.欧洲六大油气企业联合请求联合国(UN)让它们帮助设计一项遏止全球变暖的计划。In a sign of the rising pressure on fossil fuel companies ahead of a UN meeting in Paris to seal an international climate deal, the chief executives of groups including Royal Dutch Shell and Britain’s BP have sought direct talks with governments on creating a global carbon pricing system.包括荷兰皇家壳牌(Royal Dutch Shell)以及英国石油(BP)在内的6家欧洲油气企业的首席执行官已寻求就创建一个全球碳定价体系与各国政府直接对话。这一迹象表明,在联合国在巴黎召开会议签订一项国际气候协议之前,化石燃料企业面临的压力日益上升。“We owe it to future generations to seek realistic, workable solutions to the challenge of providing more energy while tackling climate change,” the executives say in a letter to the Financial Times revealing their plan.这些首席执行官在写给英国《金融时报》的一封透露其计划的信中表示:“为了未来的世代,我们要针对在应对气候变化的同时提供更多能源的挑战,寻求切合实际且可行的解决方案。”The six European companies say shunning use of coal in electricity generation in favour of cleaner burning natural gas, a big source of their revenues, would sharply curb carbon emissions. The chief executives wrote to the top UN climate official, Christiana Figueres, on Friday asking for “direct dialogue with the UN and willing governments” on designing a carbon scheme.这6家欧洲企业表示,淘汰燃煤发电,转向燃烧更清洁的天然气(这些企业的一大营收来源)将大幅缓解碳排放。这些首席执行官上周五致函《联合国气候变化公约》秘书处执行秘书克里斯蒂娜#8226;菲格雷斯(Christiana Figueres),请求就设计一项碳计划“与联合国以及有意愿的政府直接对话”。“We have important areas of interest in and contributions to make to creating and implementing a workable approach to carbon pricing,” said the company chiefs, who include the heads of France’s Total, Norway’s Statoil, Italy’s Eni and Britain’s BG Group.这些首席执行官表示:“在创建以及实施一个可行的碳定价方案方面,我们对重要领域感兴趣而且可以做出贡献。”这些商界领袖包括法国道达尔(Total)、挪威国家石油公司(Statoil)、意大利埃尼集团(Eni)以及英国天然气集团(BG Group)的首席执行官。Energy companies and their trade association representatives have typically preferred to lobby politicians in private meetings rather than via public pronouncements. This highly public proposal marks a shift in the way they typically approach UN climate talks, which they usually attend as observers.能源企业及其行业协会代表一般更愿意在私下会面时游说政治人士,而不是发表公开声明。这一高度公开的提议标志着,这些企业对待联合国气候谈判的方式发生转变,他们通常是作为观察员参加这些谈判的。It comes as nearly 200 countries prepare to sign a global climate pact at a UN conference in December. Some countries want the deal to include a deadline for phasing out fossil fuels that scientists say must be curbed to avoid potentially dangerous levels of global warming.目前近200个国家准备在联合国12月会议上签署一项全球气候协议。一些国家希望该协议将包括逐步淘汰化石燃料的最后期限,某些科学家表示,必须限制使用化石燃料,才能避免全球变暖达到潜在危险的程度。Pressure from politicians and some investors for energy companies to do more has led to splits between European and US energy groups.政治人士以及能源企业的一些投资者要求采取更多措施的压力,导致欧美能源企业出现不同立场。 /201506/378296。
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