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THE PRESIDENT: Hello, St. Paul! (Applause.) It is good to be back in Minnesota. (Applause.) AUDIENCE MEMBER: We love you!THE PRESIDENT: I love you back. That’s why I came here. Good to see you.Although, can I just say that when we got off the plane, Secretary Foxx, who is from North Carolina, turned to me and he said, this is the coldest I’ve ever been in my life. (Laughter.) Now, we were only out there for like a minute -- (laughter) -- which goes to show how soft these folks from North Carolina are when it comes to the weather. (Laughter and applause). I, on the other hand, am from Chicago -- (applause) -- I walked off those stairs and I was like, this is balmy, this is great. (Laughter.) February, in Minnesota -- can’t beat it. Cannot beat it.Now, in addition to Secretary Foxx, who I want to -- give him a big round of applause for that introduction. (Applause.) You’ve two champions for the people of Minnesota who are here today. You’ve got Representative Betty McCollum -- (applause) -- and Representative Keith Ellison. (Applause.) You’ve got your Mayor, Chris Coleman, in the house. (Applause.) The new Mayor of Minneapolis, Betsy Hodges, is here. (Applause.) And my great friend, who actually told me I was running for President before I knew I was running for President -- R.T. Rybak. Love that name. (Applause.) Where’s R.T.? Now, I want to thank everybody who showed me around Union Depot and gave me a preview of this new light rail line. It is fantastic. (Applause.) And I also just want to say -- even though he’s not here today -- I want to say to everybody how Michelle and I have been keeping in our thoughts and prayers one of the great Americans that we know, as well as a great Minnesotan -- Walter Mondale. (Applause.)Now, like millions of Americans, I’ve spent some time with Minnesotans lately -- because I was watching the Olympics. (Laughter.) Minnesota sent 19 athletes to the games. (Applause.) That’s tied for second most of any state, and they did us all proud. It is not shocking that Minnesotans might be pretty good at the Winter Olympics. (Laughter.) What is particularly interesting is that, once again, the tiny town of Warroad proved that it really is Hockeytown, USA, thanks to T.J. Oshie and Gigi Marvin, who we’re just so proud of. And T.J.’s shootout performance against the Russians I might say I enjoyed a lot. (Applause.) I tweeted at him about it. So we’ve spent some time over the last few weeks on hockey, but I’m not here to talk about hockey. By the way, I cannot play hockey. (Laughter.) I grew up in Hawaii -- we do not have hockey in Hawaii. But I’m here to talk about what you’re doing in the Twin Cities, and how you’re helping to create new jobs and new opportunities for every American.We are at a moment when our economy is growing. Our businesses have created about 8.5 million new jobs in the past four years. Unemployment is at the lowest it’s been in over five years; in Minnesota, it’s lower than it’s been in six and a half years. (Applause.) And, by the way, you’ve got a great governor who I served with in the Senate, Mark Dayton, who is helping to make that happen. (Applause.)So in a lot of ways things are looking up. But in some ways, the trends that had been battering middle-class families for a long time have gotten even starker, because those at the top are doing better than ever, while wages and incomes for a lot of families have barely budged. And too many families are working harder than ever just to keep up. So as I said at the State of the Union address a few weeks back, our job is to reverse those trends. (Applause.) We’ve got to build an economy that works for everybody. We’ve got to restore opportunity for all people, so that no matter who you are, where you come from, what you look like, you can get ahead if you work hard and you’re responsible. And so I laid out an opportunity agenda that has four parts. Number one, good jobs that pay good wages in manufacturing, in energy, in innovation and infrastructure. Number two, train folks with the skills they need to get those good jobs, something that your senator, Al Franken, is doing great work on every single day. He cares a lot about that job training issue. (Applause.) Number three, guaranteeing every child has access to a world-class education. (Applause.) And, number four, making sure that hard work is rewarded with wages you can live on, and savings you can retire on, and health care you can count on. That’s what we’re fighting for. (Applause.) Minnesota is helping to lead the way on these issues. Your state legislature is poised to raise your minimum wage this year. (Applause.) In my State of the Union address, I called for a new women’s economic agenda. It’s actually a family economic agenda -- equal pay for equal work, paid sick leave and more. And there are leaders in your state legislature that are working hard at this, because they know when women succeed, America succeeds. (Applause.)So on all these issues, we’re reaching out to members of Congress, looking to see if they’re willing to work with us on some of these priorities. But what I also said at the State of the Union is, in this year of action, whenever I can partner directly with states or cities or business leaders or civic leaders to act on this opportunity agenda, I’m going to go ahead and do it. We can’t wait. We’ve got to move. We’ve got to get things going. Too many families are counting on it. (Applause.) So yesterday, I launched new hubs to attract 21st century manufacturing jobs to America. And today, I’m here to launch a new competition for 21st century infrastructure and the jobs that come with it, because any opportunity agenda begins with creating more good jobs. And one of the fastest and best ways to create good jobs is by rebuilding America’s infrastructure -- our roads, our bridges, our rails, our ports, our airports, our schools, our power grids. We’ve got a lot of work to do out there, and we’ve got to put folks to work. (Applause.)201502/358723。

  • And when Tony said that to me,当Tony告诉我这些的时候I thought to myself, ;Am I sitting like a journalist? Am I crossing my legs like a journalist?;我心想,“我坐得像个记者吗?我翘脚翘得像个记者吗?”He said, ;You know, Ive got the Stockwell Strangler on one side of me他说,“我的邻居一边住着斯托克威尔扼杀者案的凶手and Ive got the Tiptoe Through the Tulips rapist on the other side of me.另一边住着整天哼唱着踮起脚尖穿过郁金香花丛的强奸犯So I tend to stay in my room a lot because I find them quite frightening.因为他们其实挺可怕的,所以我大部分时间是在自己房间的And they take that as a sign of madness.但他们将此当作发疯的征兆They say it proves that Im aloof and grandiose.;他们说这表明我冷漠并浮夸。”So only in Broadmoor would not wanting to hang out with serial killers be a sign of madness.所以只有在这里,不想和连环杀手交往才是发疯的征兆Anyway he seemed completely normal to me -- but what did I know?总之他对我来说完全正常——但我又知道些什么呢And when I got home I emailed his clinician, Anthony Maden.当我回到家时我给他的临床医生Anthony Maden发了电邮I said, ;Whats the story?;我问,“这里面有什么故事吗?”And he said, ;Yep. We accept that Tony faked madness to get out of a prison sentence他说,“对,我们知道Tony装疯以逃牢狱之灾because his hallucinations that had seemed quite clich to begin with just vanished the minute he got to Broadmoor.因为起初他陈述的老掉牙的幻想在他踏入布罗德莫精神病院那刻便了无踪影However, we have assessed him.但是,我们对他进行了测试And we have determined that what he is is a psychopath.;所以我们才决定把他诊断为精神病患者And in fact, faking madness is exactly the kind of cunning and manipulative act of a psychopath.事实上,装疯正是一种精神病患者狡猾和控制欲强的表现行为Its on the checklist: cunning and manipulative.它就写在检核表上:狡猾且控制欲强So faking your brain going wrong is evidence that your brain has gone wrong.所以假装大脑出了问题,就是你大脑真的出问题的据And I spoke to other experts, and they said the pinstriped suit -- classic psychopath.然后我又跟其他专家交流了他们说带条纹的西——典型的精神病患者Speaks to items one and two on the checklist明了检核表上的第一和第二项glibness, superficial charm and grandiose sense of self-worth.口若悬河,迷人外表和自恋的浮夸感And I said, ;Well, what, he didnt want to hang out with the other patients?;我又说,“好吧,那他不想和其他病人来往又怎么说呢?”Classic psychopath -- it speaks to grandiosity and also lack of empathy.典型精神病患者——这明了浮夸和缺乏同理心So all the things that had seemed most normal about Tony was evidence,所以那些对于Tony来说都是十分正常的事都是病,according to his clinician, that he was mad in this new way.根据他的医生的说法,这是一种新型的发疯He was a psychopath.他就是个精神病患者And his clinician said to me,然后他的医生又跟我说;If you want to know more about psychopaths, you can go on a psychopath spotting course“如果你想多一些了解精神病患者,你可以去参加“观察精神病患者课程run by Robert Hare who invented the psychopath checklist.;是由发明“病态人格检核表”的Robert Hare授课的So I did.我还真参加了I went on a psychopath spotting course,我报名参加了“观察精神病患者课程”and I am now a certified -- and I have to say, extremely adept -- psychopath spotter.现在我是一名持的,不得不说,还挺资深的精神病患者观察员So heres the statistics:这有些数据:One in a hundred regular people is a psychopath100个普通正常人当中就有一个精神病患者So theres 1,500 people in his room.而这个大厅里有1500人Fifteen of you are psychopaths.所以当中有15个人是精神病患者Although that figure rises to four percent of CEOs and business leaders.并且这个比例会在CEO和商业领导者中上升到4%So I think theres a very good chance theres about 30 or 40 psychopaths in this room.所以我觉得这是非常难得的机会,在这个大厅里约有30到40名精神病患者It could be carnage by the end of the night.可能在今晚结束的时候会有大屠杀201603/429889。
  • Each crew is seven students 每一组有七名学员three on each side of a small rubber boat and one coxswain to help guide the dingy小皮艇两侧各三人 还有一个舵手在中间指引方向Every day your boat crew forms up on the beach每天 我们都会在海滩上分好组and is instructed to get through the surf zone and paddle several miles down the coast 被要求划过海浪带 并在岸边划行数英里In the winter, the surf off San Diego can get to be 8 to 10 feet high 冬季 圣地亚哥的海浪可以高达8到10英尺and it is exceedingly difficult to paddle through the plunging surf unless everyone digs in要划过大浪非常困难 大家都需要努力划才行Every paddle must be synchronized to the stroke count of the coxswain 每个桨手都需要按照舵手口令进行同步Everyone must exert equal effort 每个人的施力需要均衡or the boat will turn against the wave and be unceremoniously dumped back on the beach否则船就会被浪拍打回岸边For the boat to make it to its destination, everyone must paddle 要让船驶向目的地 所有人都需要努力划桨You cant change the world alone you will need some help 你无法独自改变世界 你需要他人的帮助and to truly get from your starting point to your destination takes friends, colleagues从起点到目的地 你需要有朋友 同事the good will of strangers and a strong coxswain to guide them 陌生人的好心 以及很强的舵手来指引If you want to change the world, find someone to help you paddle 如果你想改变世界 务必找人帮你划桨Over a few weeks of difficult training 经过短短几周的艰苦训练my SEAL class which started with 150 men was down to just 42学员人数从最开始的150人缩减为42人There were now six boat crews of seven men each 剩下的人组成六个组I was in the boat with the tall guys 我同一些高个子在一组but the best boat crew we had was made up of the the little guys 但最好的组则由一些小个子组成the munchkin crew we called them 我们称他们为矮子组no one was over about 5-foot five 他们没人超过5英尺5英寸The munchkin boat crew had one American Indian, one African American 矮子组中有一个美国印第安人 一个非裔美国人one Polish America, one Greek American, one Italian American 一个波兰裔 一个希腊裔 一个意大利裔and two tough kids from the mid-west 还有两个来自中西部的硬朗伙计They out paddled, out-ran, and out swam all the other boat crews 其他人的船都跑不过他们的船201601/423994。
  • Hi, and Merry Christmas. I’m honored to have the chance to speak with you and your family this year.Recently, we learned that our governments, working in concert, have created a system of worldwide mass surveillance, watching everything we do.Great Britain’s George Orwell warned us of the danger of this kind of information. The types of collection in the book—microphones and cameras, TVs that watch us—are nothing compared to what we have available today. We have sensors in our pockets that track us everywhere we go.Think about what this means for the privacy of the average person. A child born today will grow up with no conception of privacy at all. They’ll never know what it means to have a private moment to themselves—an unrecorded, unanalyzed thought. And that’s a problem, because privacy matters. Privacy is what allows us to determine who we are and who we want to be.The conversation occurring today will determine the amount of trust we can place both in the technology that surrounds us and the government that regulates it. Together, we can find a better balance, end mass surveillance and remind the government that if it really wants to know how we feel, asking is always cheaper than spying.For everyone out there listening, thank you, and Merry Christmas.201501/353957。
  • I did that with the class of 2014 exactly我和2014届毕业生这样做了The class of 20142014届毕业生I am so proud of you我为你们感到自豪so proud of you非常自豪But I want to ask you a real question不过我想问一个很实际的问题Do you know how powerful you are?你们知道自己有多强大吗Today is not my day今天不是我的日子Today is not belong to anyone on this stage今天不属于台上的任何人Today is your day. Today is about the power of you今天属于你们 今天是关于你们的强大Do you know how powerful you are?你们知道自己有多强大吗Our stories may be different我们的故事可能会有不同but I bet some of you grew up with single mothers or fathers但很多人肯定也成长于单亲家庭Maybe you came here from Africa or Caribbean也许你来自非洲或加勒比地区Maybe you are the first in your family to go to college like I was也许你也是家里第一个考上大学的 就像我一样Maybe there were times that you也许有一段时间didnt have a place to live or no food to eat你也没有地方住 没有东西吃You see, the odds were against you各种条件都对你非常不利the odds were against you making it here today各种条件都想阻碍你达到今天的成就But guess what? You did it但是 你们做到了You put this day on your calendar你们成功走到了今天You overcame the odds你们克可重重阻碍You made a decision and you saw that decision due你们做了决定 而且实现了自己的目标So I ask you one more time我再问你们一次Do you know how powerful you are?你们知道自己有多强大吗201501/352293。
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