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  • 1. Exercise MattersA walk with your spouse gives you a chance to talk over the day, and playing tennis together can be a bonding experience. But that's not why you should bother. Here's why: Getting active can mean a longer life for both of you. When you can't walk a quarter mile in five minutes, your chance of dying within three years goes up dramatically. 找机会和你的配偶一起谈天,打网球也不错。这是因为,积极的生活态度可以让你们都健康长寿。如果你在五分钟内不能走0.25英里,那么你在三年内死掉的可能性会大大增加哦。2. Building a community -- avoiding isolation. Because if your heart doesn't have a reason to keep beating, it won't. 建立一个团体——避免被孤立。因为如果没有理由让心脏跳动,那么它就会变得懒惰。3.Dial Back on Meat and PorkA ten-year study of 545,000 Americans found that people who eat about four ounces of beef or pork a day (the amount in an average-sized burger) are at least 30 percent more likely to die early, compared with those who consume an ounce or less daily. Though previous research has linked a diet heavy in red meat to a greater risk of heart disease and colon cancer, this is the first big study to look at how it affects your life expectancy. 少吃肉。一份历时10年,针对545,000名美国人的研究报告称,那些一天吃4盎司牛肉的人的死亡率比那些每天最多吃1盎司肉的人高30%。尽管之前的研究也表明,吃红肉与心脏病和结肠癌的发生有关,但这是针对吃肉对人寿命影响的第一次权威解释。 /201011/117597。
  • 爱尔兰咖啡(Cafe Irish):由爱尔兰首都-都柏林机场的调酒师为了一位空所发明的。调酒师在都柏林机场遇见了这位女孩,调酒师非常喜欢空对她一见锺情。空给调酒师的感觉像爱尔兰威士忌一样,醇美醉人。每次来到吧台,总是点着不同的咖啡,从不点调酒。但是这位调酒师擅长的却是调酒。后来他想到了一个办法,他把像极空的爱尔兰威士忌与咖啡结合。然后取名为爱尔兰咖啡,希望空能够喝喝看。只可惜空一直没有发现爱尔兰咖啡。调酒师也从未跟她提过,只是等待空每次航班后的光临。后来她终于发现了爱尔兰咖啡。调酒师整整等了一年,当他第一次替她煮爱尔兰咖啡时,流下了激动的眼泪。但是他并不想让空知道,他将眼泪擦去,然后将眼泪在爱尔兰咖啡杯口画了一圈。第一口爱尔兰咖啡的味道,是含着压抑许久的思念和激动。那位空也爱上了爱尔兰咖啡,只要一停留在都柏林机场,都会到这里品尝。在这之后,他们俩人也变得很熟。但是有一天,她决定辞去空的工作,而跟调酒师说了一句Farewell--不会再见的再见。他为她煮最后一次的爱尔兰咖啡时,问了她:Want some tear drops?毕竟他还是希望她能体会思念的味道。但是空到最后还是不知道"Want some tear drops"的含意。当空回到旧金山后,突然想喝爱尔兰咖啡,找遍了全旧金山,她才知道爱尔兰咖啡是调酒师专为她而发明的。之后空开了咖啡厅,卖起了爱尔兰咖啡。爱尔兰咖啡开始在旧金山流传出来。内容来自: /201107/145421。
  • Couples who are about to be married may be wondering how to wear wedding rings. It's not hard, so on to find out more.Step 1. In many countries, the wedding rings are worn on the left ring finger. If you're not sure which finger is the ring finger, start with the thumb and count to four. That's it. The left ring finger is said to have a vein that goes straight to the heart. That's why people tend to wear their wedding rings on this finger.大多数国家都将戒指戴在左手的无名指上,因为据说这根手指有一根动脉与心脏直接相连。 /200911/89652。
  • As long as we have had prisons, we have had prison escapes. This is a list of the 10 most daring and amazing escapes from prison in history. This adds to our collection of crime related lists, such as tips for escaping the cops, tips for committing the perfect crime, and prison survival tips.10. Maze Prison EscapeIn the biggest prison escape in British history, on 25 September 1983 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, 38 Irish Republican Army (IRA) prisoners, who had been convicted of offenses including murder and causing explosions, escaped from H-Block 7 (H7) of the prison. One prison officer died of a heart attack as a result of the escape and twenty others were injured, including two who were shot with guns that had been smuggled into the prison. HM Prison Maze was considered one of the most escape-proof prisons in Europe. In addition to 15-foot fences, each H-Block was encompassed by an 18-foot concrete wall topped with barbed wire, and all gates on the complex were made of solid steel and electronically operated. Shortly after 2:30, the prisoners took control of the H-block holding the prison guards hostage at gunpoint. Some of the prisoners took the guards clothing and car keys in order to help with their escape. At 3:25, a truck bringing food supplies arrived and the prisoners told the driver that he was going to help them escape. They tied his foot to the clutch and told him where to drive. At 3:50 the truck left the H-block, and soon after the prison, carrying all 38 men. Over the next few days, 19 escapees were caught. The remaining escapees were assisted by the IRA in finding hiding places. Some of the group ended up in the USA but were later found and extradited. Due to politics in Northern Ireland, none of the remaining escapees are being actively sought and some have been given amnesties. Note the wires strung across the yard in the picture above - this is to prevent helicopters from landing due to another escape attempt at Maze Prison.9. Alfred Hinds“Alfie” Hinds was a British criminal and escape artist who, while serving a 12 year prison sentence for robbery, successfully broke out of three high security prisons. Despite the dismissal of thirteen of his appeals to higher courts, he was eventually able to gain a pardon using his knowledge of the British legal system. After being sentenced to 12 years in prison for a jewelry robbery, Hinds escaped from Nottingham prison by sneaking through the locked doors and over a 20-foot prison wall for which he became known in the press as “Houdini” Hinds. After 6 months he was found and arrested. After his arrest, Hinds brought a lawsuit against authorities charging the prison commissioners with illegal arrest and successfully used the incident as a means to plan his next escape by having a padlock smuggled in to him while at the Law Courts. Two guards escorted him to the toilet, but when they removed his handcuffs Alfie bundled the men into the cubicle and snapped the padlock onto screw eyes that his accomplices had earlier fixed to the door. He escaped into the crowd on Fleet Street but was captured at an airport five hours later. Hinds would make his third escape from Chelmsford Prison less than a year later. While eluding Scotland Yard, Hinds continued to plead his innocence sending memorandums to British MPs and granting interviews and taped recordings to the press. He would continue to appeal his arrest and, following a technicality in which prison escapes are not listed as misdemeanors within British law, his final appeal before the House of Lords in 1960 was denied after a three hour argument by Hinds before his return to serve 6 years in Parkhurst Prison. Pictured above is Nottingham Prison - the first prison that Hinds escaped from.8. The Texas SevenThe Texas 7 was a group of prisoners who escaped from the John Connally near Kenedy, Texas on December 13, 2000. They were apprehended January 21-23, 2001 as a direct result of the television show America’s Most Wanted. On December 13, 2000, the seven carried out an elaborate scheme and escaped from the John B. Connally , a maximum-security state prison near the South Texas town of Kenedy. Using several well-planned ploys, the seven convicts overpowered and restrained nine civilian maintenance supervisors, four correctional officers and three uninvolved inmates at approximately 11:20 a.m. The escape occurred during the slowest period of the day when there would be less surveillance of certain locations like the maintenance area — during lunch and at count time. Most of these plans involved one of the offenders calling someone over, while another hit the unsuspecting person on the head from behind. Once the victim was subdued, the offenders would remove some of his clothing, tie him up, gag him and place him in an electrical room behind a locked door. Eleven prison workers and three uninvolved inmates were bound and gagged. The attackers stole clothing, credit cards, and identification from their victims. The group also impersonated prison officers on the phone and created false stories to ward off suspicion from authorities. They eventually made their way to the prison maintenance pickup-truck which they used to escape from the prison grounds. The remaining 5 living members of the group are all on death row awaiting death by lethal injection. Of the other two, one committed suicide and one has aly been executed.7. Alfréd WetzlerWetzler was a Slovak Jew, and one of a very small number of Jews known to have escaped from the Auschwitz death camp during the Holocaust. Wetzler is known for the report that he and his fellow escapee, Rudolf Vrba, compiled about the inner workings of the Auschwitz camp - a ground plan of the camp, construction details of the gas chambers, crematoriums and, most convincingly, a label from a canister of Zyklon gas. The 32-page Vrba-Wetzler report, as it became known, was the first detailed report about Auschwitz to reach the West that the Allies regarded as credible. The evidence eventually led to the bombing of several government buildings in Hungary, killing Nazi officials who were instrumental in the railway deportations of Jews to Auschwitz. The deportations halted, saving up to 120,000 Hungarian Jews. Wetzler escaped with a fellow Jew named Rudolf Vrba. With the help of the camp underground, at 2 p.m. on Friday, April 7, 1944 — the eve of Passover — the two men climbed inside a hollowed-out hiding place in a wood pile that was being stored to build the “Mexico” section for the new arrivals. It was outside Birkenau’s barbed-wire inner perimeter, but inside an external perimeter the guards kept erected during the day. The other prisoners placed boards around the hollowed-out area to hide the men, then sprinkled the area with pungent Russian tobacco soaked in gasoline to fool the guards’ dogs. The two remained in hiding for 4 nights - to avoid recapture. On April 10, wearing Dutch suits, overcoats, and boots they had taken from the camp, they made their way south, walking parallel to the So#322;a river, heading for the Polish border with Slovakia 80 miles (133 km.) away, guiding themselves using a page from a child’s atlas that Vrba had found in the warehouse. You can their report on Auschwitz here. [Wikipedia] /200810/51292。
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