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Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs   《美食从天而降》 like meatballs, for instance. Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs 3D isn't even released until September 18 and we are terrified aly. Watch them fall - in three horrifying dimensions   好莱坞动画片《美食从天而降》该片据称将在9月18日公映,瞧那可怕的“三维肉丸”正从天而降呢! /200909/84246。

摘要:不管是新年晚会还是生日派对,不论是慈善宴请还是公司聚会,想在外貌上“出奇制胜”的女人常常会为她们的衣着而伤透脑筋。高贵典雅的晚礼、璀璨夺目的钻石项链……勉强购买一两件显然解决不了问题,因为人们常说“女人要变才会美”。不过,在现在的欧洲,同样是些“善变”的女人,尤其是一些高级女白领,已经发现了一种既能维持预算又可顾及体面的好办法——奢侈品租赁。New Year's Eve requires the ultimate party outfit. But what if you have aly run your dressy wardrobe ragged during the holiday season? Or you feel as if it's time to ring in 2006 with something fresh? Or your holiday spending has burned holes in your designer denim pockets? The answer might be to rent a little luxury. The renting business has begun to lose the stigma of an industry filled with knockoff designer tuxedos, Halloween costumes or out-of-date evening wear. Still largely an industry dedicated to special-event clothing (gala dinners, corporate parties, weddings), it has started to branch out into more casual clothing. And for those not afraid to shop around, it has become an option for dressing well on a budget. At the London-based eveningwear rental company One Night Stand (onenightstand.co.uk), there are more than 500 dresses for rent with 25 percent of the stock bought new every year. The owner, Joanna Doniger, started the company when she got fed up with people borrowing her dresses. "I thought why couldn't they go out and buy their own," she says with a laugh. But they can't; for the price of one of her rentals (£150, or 0, for a four-day period), the only things available in most department stores are dresses that look as if they are late for the prom. "Working women have sophisticated tastes, but buying an evening dress is a very expensive proposition, and most people don't want to wear the same dress more than once," says Doniger. This need for something new and different for every social outing has even created subcategories in the luxury rental business. In Paris the clothing rental store Quidam de Revel has carved out a niche in the industry by renting only designer vintage clothing. Located in the 3rd Arrondissement (it faces the Christian Lacroix-designed hotel Le Petit Moulin), the store caters to a discerning clientele looking to make an impact. Opened six years ago by Philippe and Emmanuel Harros as a way to make money out of their love of vintage fashion, the store rents clothing, bags and jewelry for one night or for an entire fashion season. "Our clothing is really the crème de la crème of vintage," says Philippe Harros, who also counts most of the top fashion houses as clients who come in and rent pieces for inspiration. With an adjacent storefront chockablock full of the husband and wife's vintage finds, renting is by appointment only. "We see ourselves as consultants for our clients. We make a selection of items from what they give us as guidelines, and we use our own knowledge of the collection to make the best choices," he says. The couple plan to open a second rental store in the new year. But what has brought on this recent change in perception on renting luxury? Unexpectedly, the transformation has been helped along by a change in corporate policy by many top businesses. For years businessmen all over the world have gotten a clothing allowance from their companies to rent a tuxedo or other luxury items they need for an event. But while any company looking at the bottom line is not going to pay for a female employee to buy a new evening dress, they are now more willing to help pay for renting one. "In the last five years a lot of businesses have started to pay for some if not all of a rental. They will pay, say, £80 or £90 of the cost and let the women top off the rest themselves," says Doniger. But renting luxury fashion is not limited to clothing. As anyone who has picked up a fashion magazine over the past few years knows, having the latest must-have designer handbag is the fastest way for a woman to communicate her fashion savvy and display her luxury status. In April 2004 the Bag Borrow or Steal (www.bagborroworsteal.com) Web site was launched to cater to women who covet the luxury handbags but not their designer prices. "Our company gives the everyday woman a chance to wear the latest designer bag and feel like a million bucks without having to spend it," says Brenda Kauffman, fashion director for the company. For a monthly fee the company will let members borrow a bag for as long as they want, and if they fall in love with it, they even give their clientele the option to "steal" the bag for a certain sum. There are three different membership levels, called Trendsetter, Princess and Diva, and the bags available to rent are not overstock or from last season. Become a Diva member for 0 a month, and carrying the latest incarnation of the Chloé Paddington bag or a Fendi Spy bag is no longer a dream but a reality. /200905/68686。

记忆中的春节变了,真的变了。可是不管形式怎么变化,春节的意义对于中国人来说都始终没有改变。对于幸福生活和美好生活的憧憬也是不会变。人们在各自忙碌的生活中,期盼着下一个春节的到来,再次挤入返乡的人流,回家过年。  许多禁忌,年轻人都已淡漠了,实际上,春节的许多习俗也都在变化。  Many young people pay less and less attention to taboos during the Spring Festival. In fact, many customs during the Spring Festival have also changed。  原来到过年啊,蒸馒头,包包子,现在不是,什么也不做,如果来了人,都想好了,上大街上,楼下就有饭馆,到那儿点几个菜。  In the past, people would steam Mangtou and make baozi for the Spring Festival. But now people do not make them anymore. If a guest comes, they will go out and have a nicemeal in a restaurant。  小时候就是吃好吃的,放鞭炮,穿新衣。现在呢,也无所谓了吧,这个好吃的也老能吃,新衣想什么时候穿什么时候穿。  In my childhood, we can enjoy delicious food, fire crackers and wear new dresses during Spring Festival. Nowadays, these things are not sospecial. We can always eat delicious food and wear new clothes anytimewe want。  现在过年其实也就是图个团圆,图个热闹。  Now to celebrate the Spring Festival is to get together and have a great time。  以前八十代初,到年末,一定要看春节晚会,这个是我们过春节的一个很重要的一项,可现在呢,这个春节晚会,电视台的,有时也看,看挑挑,有时候就不看了。  In 1980s, at the eve of the Spring Festival, one must watch SpringFestival Party by CCTV. It was a very important part of ourcelebration. But now, sometimes we watch it on television. Sometimes,we don’t。  1983年中央电视台第一次播出了"春节联欢晚会",汇聚了国内最知名的艺术家,代表着最高的节目水平。从那以后,除夕夜全家人吃着年夜饭,看春节联欢晚会,成了一个新的习俗。春节联欢晚会也成了每年电视台最重视的节目之一。  In 1983, Spring Festival Party was broadcaston CCTV for the first time. It gathered the most renowned artists allover China and represented the highest level of a TV program. Sincethen, a new tradition came into Beijing. At Spring Festival Eve, thewhole family will have dinner together and watch Spring Festival Party.Spring Festival Evening also becomes one of the most important TV program for CCTV。  为什么会形成这个习俗,很多专家也在研究。也许是因为它可以通过电波把全国甚至全世界的华人联系在一起,营造一个"举国同庆"的时刻,让每个电视机前的人分享共同的快乐吧。  Why this new custom came into being? Many experts carry research on it.Maybe it can connect Chinese people all over the world together and create a moment of nationwide celebration, and let everyone in front ofTV share this moment of joy。  现在孩子们,不怎么愿意在家过年。三十弄完了,初一就踮了,就跑了,就跟朋友旅游去了,去玩去了。  Nowadays,children do not like to celebrate the Spring Festival at home. When the Spring Festival eve is over, they will get out and go travelling with friends。  过年的那个内容吧,它好多是亲情吧,(大家)凑在一起。现在啊,好多人,我周围好多人,都觉得现在过年的味儿怎么越来越淡呢?  The celebration of the Spring Festival in the past contains a lot of family affection.People would get together. Now many people, many people around me allfeel that, why the flavor of Spring Festival is not as strong as before?  城市的人呢,这种无论是这种工作的节奏、生活的水平有很大的提高,所以这种感觉只是说城市的人感觉到。这个年的味道越来越少了,那么另一方面就要看农村,中国的城乡差别还是比较大的,所以我们看到农村里边去过年呢,你就不感到那个年味好像是有多淡了。  This feeling is only sensed by urban citizens, no matter how fast working pace goes and how good the life condition improves. On the other hand,we should look at the countryside. There are a lot of differences between rural area and urban area in China. If we look at the celebration of the Spring Festival in the countryside, you will not feel the flavor of the Spring Festival is weakened。  不管形式怎么变化,春节的意义对于中国人来说都始终没有改变。对于幸福生活和美好生活的憧憬也是不会变的。春节假期过后,人们在各自忙碌的生活中,期盼着下一个春节的到来,再次挤入返乡的人流,回家过年。  Nowmatter how the forms change, the meaning of the Spring Festival for Chinese people still remains unchanged. Their wishes for happy life arealso unchanged. After the Spring Festival holiday, people will go backto their busy life. They are looking forward to the next Spring Festival. They will join the returnees to go back to their hometown andcelebrate it with their family。  为什么会形成这个习俗,很多专家也在研究。也许是因为它可以通过电波把全国甚至全世界的华人联系在一起,营造一个"举国同庆"的时刻,让每个电视机前的人分享共同的快乐吧。  Why this new custom came into being? Many experts carry research on it.Maybe it can connect Chinese people all over the world together and create a moment of nationwide celebration, and let everyone in front ofTV share this moment of joy。  现在孩子们,不怎么愿意在家过年。三十弄完了,初一就踮了,就跑了,就跟朋友旅游去了,去玩去了。  Nowadays,children do not like to celebrate the Spring Festival at home. When the Spring Festival eve is over, they will get out and go travelling with friends。  过年的那个内容吧,它好多是亲情吧,(大家)凑在一起。现在啊,好多人,我周围好多人,都觉得现在过年的味儿怎么越来越淡呢?  The celebration of the Spring Festival in the past contains a lot of family affection. People would get together. Now many people, many peoplearound me all feel that, why the flavor of Spring Festival is not asstrong as before?  城市的人呢,这种无论是这种工作的节奏、生活的水平有很大的提高,所以这种感觉只是说城市的人感觉到。这个年的味道越来越少了,那么另一方面就要看农村,中国的城乡差别还是比较大的,所以我们看到农村里边去过年呢,你就不感到那个年味好像是有多淡了。  This feeling is only sensed by urban citizens, no matter how fast workingpace goes and how good the life condition improves. On the other hand,we should look at the countryside. There are a lot of differences between rural area and urban area in China. If we look at thecelebration of the Spring Festival in the countryside, you will notfeel the flavor of the Spring Festival is weakened。  不管形式怎么变化,春节的意义对于中国人来说都始终没有改变。对于幸福生活和美好生活的憧憬也是不会变的。春节假期过后,人们在各自忙碌的生活中,期盼着下一个春节的到来,再次挤入返乡的人流,回家过年。  Nomatter how the forms change, the meaning of the Spring Festival forChinese people still remains unchanged. Their wishes for happy life arealso unchanged. After the Spring Festival holiday, people will go backto their busy life. They are looking forward to the next SpringFestival. They will join the returnees to go back to their hometown andcelebrate it with their family。 /201002/96684。

据英国工会联盟统计的数字显示,2008年有500万英国人自愿免费加班以期在经济低迷期保住自己的“饭碗”,此举所创造的价值达269亿英镑,而如果给付加班费的话,他们这一年平均每人能拿到5139英镑。英国公会联盟秘书长表示,自愿免费加班人数连续第二年增长并不是好现象;工作时间过长对健康不利,同时也会降低工作效率。Five million Britons worked unpaid overtime last year because of a "long-hours" culture and concern that the economic downturn was putting their jobs at risk.The Trades Union Congress (TUC) said the number of people working hours they were not paid for was at the highest level since 1992 and that the value of the work was 26.9 billion pounds.It said if workers were paid for the extra hours, they would receive on average an additional 5,139 pounds a year.TUC General Secretary Brendan Barber said the figures, up for the second year, were disappointing."While some of this is due to the long-hours culture that still dogs too many British workplaces, the recession will now be making many people scared of losing their job in the year ahead and joining the ever-growing dole-queue," he said."Inevitably people will be putting in extra hours if they think it can help protect against redundancy or keep their employer in business."The TUC argued that if everyone who worked overtime did all the overtime work at the start of the year, the first day they would get paid would be February 27.The largest increase in workers carrying out unpaid overtime occurred in London, followed by the east Midlands and eastern England. There was better news for those in southeast England and Scotland where fewer people were working unpaid extra hours."Long hours are bad for people's health, and employers should never forget that each extra hour worked makes people less productive once they are over a sensible working week," Barber said. /200901/60932。

One day in class, the teacher assigned his students to write a composition ; If I Am a Manager.All the students began to write except a boy.The teacher went to him and asked the reason.;I am waiting for my secretary, ; the boy answered.一天课上,老师要同学们以如果我是一个经理为题写一篇作文。所有的学生都在动笔写了,只有一个男生例外。老师走过去问他为什么不写。;我在等我的秘书。;那孩子答道。 /201201/168664。

The horrific face-eating arrest in Miami and several other seemingly subhuman acts has many people wondering what#39;s behind this flesh-munching wave of terror.美国迈阿密骇人听闻的“裸男吃脸案”,和其它多起吃人案使许多民众怀疑事件背后是否有“僵尸”作祟。Over the years the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released a couple of tongue-in-cheek ;zombie warnings,; which really are just disaster-preparedness stunts. But on Thursday, the agency made it official: Zombies don#39;t exist.过去数年来,美国疾控中心(CDC)多次发布半开玩笑的“僵尸预警”,实际上仅是防灾噱头。但上周四,CDC正式宣布:僵尸并不存在。;CDC does not know of a virus or condition that would reanimate the dead (or one that would present zombie-like symptoms),; wrote agency spokesman David Daigle in an email to The Huffington Post.CDC发言人大卫-戴格在给《赫芬顿邮报》的电邮中写道:“CDC并不知道有病毒或条件能让人死而复生(或是造成类似僵尸的症状)。”Nevertheless, recent incidents in which humans reportedly ate human flesh have the Internet in a firestorm, with ;zombie apocalypse; being Google#39;s third most popular search term by Friday morning.然而,近期多起人吃人的案件已在网络上引发热议,“僵尸启示录”上周五上午成为谷歌第三大热搜词。The zombie craze seemed to start with an attack in Miami on Saturday, when Rudy Eugene, 31, was killed by cops while in the process of eating almost the entirety of a homeless man#39;s face off. The victim, Ronald Poppo, miraculously survived, but doctors are having a hard time figuring out how to put his face back together.“僵尸狂热”始于周六迈阿密的食人案。31岁的鲁迪#8226;尤金在啃食一名无家可归的男子的脸部时被警察击毙,受害者罗纳德#8226;普普整张脸几乎全被啃掉,但奇迹般地活了下来。医生们正想法恢复他的面部。Then, on Tuesday, 21-year-old Alexander Kinyua of Maryland allegedly admitted to dismembering his roommate and then eating his heart and brain.紧接着的周二,马里兰州21岁的亚历山大#8226;金约承认肢解了室友,吃掉了受害者的心脏和大脑。Cops in Canada are also searching for a low-budget porn actor who allegedly killed a young man with an ice pick, dismembered the body and then raped and ate flesh from the corpse. Luka Rocco Magnotta is being hunted after he allegedly mailed some of the body parts to Ottawa. He#39;s also accused of killing cats on and posting the footage online.加拿大警察还在搜捕一位低成本色情片的演员,据称他用冰锥杀死了一名年轻男子,对受害者实施了肢解、辱尸、并吃掉部分尸体的惨无人道的行为。嫌疑人卢卡#8226;罗科#8226;马尼奥塔把部分尸体邮寄到了渥太华,之后遭到搜捕。他还拍摄了虐杀小猫的视频,并上传到网站。Gawker fingered a ;mysterious rash; breakout at a high school in Hollywood and other parts of Florida — which hazmat and disease control teams still can#39;t explain — as further proof that zombies are taking over.八卦网站Gawker指出,佛罗里达州好莱坞某高中和该州其它部分地区爆发“神秘的皮疹”疫情,就连危险物质和疾病控制单位也无法解释,网站以此进一步佐僵尸正接管世界。Zombie-like characteristics have been confirmed in the animal kingdom, just not in humans. A newfound fungus in a Brazilian rain forest — called Ophiocordyceps camponoti-balzani — is known to infect an ant, take over its brain so as to move the body to a good location for growth, and then kill the insect.类僵尸特征已在动物界得到实,但人类世界则不存在。巴西热带雨林新发现的一种名为Ophiocordyceps camponoti-balzani的真菌能够感染蚂蚁,控制蚂蚁的脑部,让它们往适合这类真菌生长的地点移动,之后便杀死蚂蚁。Yet Daigle dismissed ;fictional viruses; like Ataxic Neurodegenrative Satiety Deficiency Syndrome, noting that other triggers have been alleged to cause zombie-like symptoms.但戴格驳斥世界上存在类似共济失调神经退化饱腹感缺乏综合症的“虚构病毒”,并指出其它因素据称也会引发类似僵尸的症状。;Films have included radiation as well as mutations of existing conditions such as prions, mad-cow disease, measles, and rabies,; he said.他说:“根据多部电影,辐射以及朊病毒、疯牛病、麻疹和狂犬病等现有病情突变也会造成类似僵尸的症状。” /201206/185391。