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Could the most lucrative investment portfolio you own be hiding in your closet? Important fashion items from the 20th century are fetching record prices at auction, and estimates at a number of high-profile sales this autumn look set to push prices even higher.最佳投资组合可能是自己的压箱底装吗?20世纪有重要纪念意义的时装在拍卖会上不断拍出令人咋舌的高价,可以预见今秋很多场引人瞩目的拍卖定会使竞价更上一层楼。In 2011, a gold commodities trader paid .8m for Michael Jackson’s jacket from the “Thriller” at a sale by Los Angeles-based entertainment auction house Julien’s. Darren Julien, the house’s chief executive, says investors and hedge funds are looking at fashion as a way to diversify from other hard goods, such as art, as fashion “will turn a profit over five years and shows wealth and status in the office while it appreciates”.2011年,在洛杉矶“明星拍卖行”朱利安拍卖行(Julien’s)举行的一场拍卖会上,迈克尔?杰克逊(Michael Jackson)演唱《颤栗》(Thriller)时所穿的夹克衫被某位黄金大宗交易商以180万美元拍走。拍卖行CEO达伦?朱利安(Darren Julien)说投资商和对冲基金把时装视为艺术品等耐用商品拓展出去的领域,因为古董时装“五年后就会赢利。一旦升值,挂在办公室里能显现自己的财富及身份”。Celia Joicey, head of London’s Fashion and Textile Museum, which experienced an 87 per cent year-on-year increase in visitors to August 2013, says: “Fashion was given a value the minute it went into the museum space, with prices rising alongside the soaring visitor figures.”伦敦时装与纺织品物馆(Fashion and Textile Museum)馆长西莉亚?乔西(celiajoicey)说:“时装一旦被物馆收藏,价值立马突现,参观人数飚升的同时,价位也随之水涨船高。”截止2013年8月,伦敦时装与纺织品物馆的参观人数逐年增长了87%。Dilys Blum, senior curator at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which has a 30,000-strong fashion collection that includes Grace Kelly’s wedding dress, says: “There’s not that much 18th- and 19th-century material around now because the pieces are more difficult to find. It’s all about 20th-century couture and wearable fashion because this is where the money is.”费城艺术物馆(Philadelphia Museum of Art)资深策展人迪利斯?布洛姆(Dilys Blum)说:“如今存世的18、19世纪的时装物件很少,原因是它们越来越难以淘到。物馆收藏的几乎多为20世纪的时装,因为它们才是投资价值所在。”Japanese designers from the 1980s such as Comme des Gar?ons and Yohji Yamamoto are must-buy names now, say industry insiders. They will be “unaffordable for individuals in 10 years’ time”, says fashion auctioneer Kerry Taylor, whose fashion and textiles sale kicked off the international fashion auction season this month.业内人士说,Comme des Gar?ons与山本耀司(Yohji Yamamoto)这些日本上世纪80年代设计师设计的时装如今成了收藏界炙手可热的抢手货。“10年之后,他们当初设计的时装价位让私人藏家望而却步”,时装拍卖商凯丽?泰勒(Kerry Taylor)说。本月,她的时装与纺织品拍卖会拉开了今冬国际时装拍卖会的序幕。As Yves Saint Laurent muse Danielle Luquet de Saint Germain says: “In the old days a couture dress was a work of art.” Last week, she held the first of many sales of her 12,000-piece collection at Paris’s H?tel Drouot. Reported to be one of “the most beautiful private collections of haute couture in the world”, it includes everything from 1980s Azzedine Ala?a to Yves Saint Laurent from the 1960s and 1970s. “There was a huge pride in the way things were made and finished, a whole industry of skilled artisans,” she says, “but that has all gone now.”曾是伊夫?圣?罗兰(Yves Saint Laurent)御用模特的达妮埃尔(Danielle Luquet de Saint Germain)说:“礼在过去属于艺术作品。”不久前,在巴黎杜欧宫(H?telDrouot),她对自己收藏的12000件时装藏品举行了首场拍卖会。据报道,这是“全球私人所收藏的最漂亮高档时装”,拍品从上世纪60、70年代的伊夫?圣?罗兰时装到上世纪80年代的阿瑟丁?阿拉亚 (AzzedineAla?a),品类齐全,应有尽有。“制作及润饰突显出无比尊贵的气息,展现了设计高手的整体行业水准,”她说,“但这一切如今已一去不复返了。”Lots at New York’s Augusta Auctions on November 14 include a shimmering pale green sequinned and beaded 1920s party dress (0-0 estimate); a bejewelled silk satin Christian Dior 1952 Palmyre dress (£26,000-£28,000); a 1968-69 Yves Saint Laurent floor-length gown adorned with this autumn’s must-have ostrich feathers ( /201311/266649

A man was sitting in a bar with tears streaming down his face.一个男人坐在酒吧里痛哭流泪。A friend walked in and asked why he was so unhappy. The weeping one said, The doctor has just told me I#39;ll have to take these tablets for the rest of my life.一个朋友走进来问他为何如此伤心。那人哭着说:刚才医生告诉我,在我的余生里都要吃这些药片。Cheerfully, his friend pointed out that many people have to take tablets every day of their life. Sure, came the reply, but he only gave me ten.他的朋友很轻松地指出,许多人一辈子每天都要吃药。当然,男人回答说:但是他只给了我十片。 /201304/236968

这是关于一个女孩、女人、女性的成长漫画On A Claire Day:亲情、友情、爱情;家庭,朋友、婚姻,工作,生活……一切的一切~今日嘱咐:孩子个子再高,岁数再大,在父母眼里也永远是孩子……是孩子,就还要父母罩;不管孩子想不想要……!译者:koogle内容来自: /201305/241126


  Friendship 美式友谊Steve and Yaser first met in their chemistry class at an American university. Yaser was an inter-national student from Jordan. He was excited to get to know an American. He wanted to learn more about American culture. Yaser hoped that he and Steve would become good friends. 史帝夫和亚瑟最初是在一所美国大学的化学课里认识的。亚瑟是从约旦来的国际学生。他很兴奋能够认识美国人,他要更多学习美国文化;亚瑟希望他和史帝夫会成为好朋友。At first, Steve seemed very friendly. He always greeted Yaser warmly before class. Sometimes he offered to study with Yaser. He even invited Yaser to eat lunch with him. But after the semester was over, Steve seemed more distant. The two former classmates didn't see each other very much at school. One day Yaser decided to call Steve. Steve didn't seem very interested in talking to him. Yaser was hurt by Steve's change of attitude. "Steve said we were friends," Yaser complained. "And I thought friends were friends forever."刚开始史帝夫似乎非常友善,上课前他总是热情地和亚瑟打招呼,有时他和亚瑟一起读书;他甚至邀请亚瑟一起共进午餐。但是学期结束后,史帝夫似乎较冷淡了,这两个以前的同学在学校不常碰面了。有一天,亚瑟决定打电话给史帝夫,史帝夫似乎没有兴趣和他讲话,对于史帝夫态度的改变,亚瑟感到受伤害。「史帝夫曾说我们是朋友,」亚瑟抱怨,「而且我认为一朝是朋友就永远是朋友。」Yaser is a little confused. He is an outsider to American culture. He doesn't understand the way Americans view friendship. Americans use the word friend in a very general way. They may call both casual acquaintances and close companions "friends." Americans have school friends, work friends, sports friends and neighborhood friends. These friendships are based on common interests. When the shared activity ends, the friendship may fade. Now Steve and Yaser are no longer classmates. Their friendship has changed.亚瑟有点困惑了,对于美国文化,他是个局外人(外行)。他不了解美国人对友谊的看法。美国人把「朋友」这个字用得非常广泛,一般的泛泛之交和亲密伙伴都算是朋友。美国人的朋友包含有学校的朋友、工作的朋友、运动的朋友或是街坊邻居。这些友谊都是建立在共同的兴趣上,当共同从事的活动结束时,友谊也可能跟着消失了。现在,史帝夫和亚瑟不再是同学,他们的「友谊」也就改变了In some cultures friendship means a strong life-long bond between two people. In these cultures friendships develop slowly, since they are built to last. American society is one of rapid change. Studies show that one out of five American families moves every year. American friendships develop quickly, and they may change just as quickly.在一些文化里,友谊意即两人之间一种强烈的,一世之久的情感。在这些文化里,友谊发展得慢,因为要持久。但美国是个急速变迁的社会,有些研究发现每年每五个美国家庭之中,就有一个家庭搬家。美国人的友谊建立得快,但也可能改变得快。People from the ed States may at first seem friendly. Americans often chat easily with strangers. They exchange information about their families, hobbies and work. They may smile warmly and say, "Have a nice day" or "See you later." Schoolmates may say, "Let's get together sometime." But American friendliness is not always an offer of true friendship. 从美国来的人可能刚开始看起来很亲切。美国人常能很容易地和陌生人聊天,他们交换关于自己的家庭、兴趣和工作的个人资料,他们可能热情地微笑说「祝你有愉快的一天」或是「待会儿见」,而同学也许会说「我们找一天聚聚」,但是美国人的友善并不意谓真正的友谊。After an experience like Yaser's, outsiders may consider Americans to be fickle. Learning how Americans view friendship can help non-Americans avoid misunderstandings. It can also help them make friends the American way.经过像亚瑟的经验之后,局外人也许会视美国人为善变的。了解美国人如何看待友谊,能够帮助非美国人士避免误会,也能帮助他们以美国人的方式交朋友。Here are a few tips on making friends with Americans:以下是一些和美国人交朋友的秘诀:1. Visit places Americans enjoy: parties, churches, Western restaurants, parks, sports clubs.到一些美国人喜欢去的地方:宴会、教会、西餐厅、公园和健身房。2. Be willing to take the first step. Don't wait for them to approach you. Americans in Beijin may not know you speak English. They may be embarrassed if they can't speak your language.乐意跨出第一步,不要等他们来接近你。在北京的美国人不知道你会不会讲英语。如果他们不会讲你的语言,他们可能觉得不好意思。 3. Use small talk to open the conversation. Ask them where they're from, why they came to Beijing, etc. Remember: Be careful to avoid personal questions about age, salary, marital status and appearance. 以闲聊来展开话题,问他们来自哪里,为什么到北京等等。切记:小心避免非常私人的问题,例如年龄、薪水、婚姻状况和长相。4. Show an interest in their culture, their country or their job. (Americans like to talk about themselves!)对他们的文化、国家或者工作表示兴趣。(美国人喜欢谈论自己)。5. Invite them to join you for dinner or just for coffee or tea. Try to set a specific time. Americans sometimes make general invitations like "Let's get together sometime. " Often this is just a way to be friendly. It is not always a real invitation.邀请他们和你一起吃饭或喝茶。要讲定时间,否则,美国人有时会用一些一般性的邀请,像「找个时间聚聚吧!」,但这只是表示友善的方法而非真正的邀请。6. Don't expect too much at first. Maybe they're just being friendly. But maybe they do want to be your good friends. It will take time to tell.不要一开始就对你们的友谊期待太多,也许他们只是表示友善,但也可能他们真的要做你的好朋友,这需要时间明。7.People like Yaser shouldn't give up trying to make American friends. Americans do value strong, life-long friendships, even with non-Americans. When making friends, it helps to have a good dose of cultural understanding.像亚瑟一样的人不应放弃交朋友,美国人还是看重强烈,一生之久的友谊,即使是和非美国人士。交朋友时,对于文化有某种程度的了解将会有所帮助。 /200804/34324。


  Men found it twice as hard to guess a woman’s mood than a man’s after being shown pictures of people’s eyes and estimating how they were feeling, researchers found.研究人员让男性通过看照片中人的眼神来猜测他们的心思,结果发现,男性觉得猜女性的心思要比男性的难猜得多。However, the study showed that it is not because of men’s lack of trying - the male volunteers were given brain scans while they looked at the pictures, and the data suggested an unusual reason for the difficulty in ing women’s feelings.而且研究表明,之所以会这样并不是因为男人懒得去猜——通过对男性志愿者看照片时的大脑扫描发现,男性确实很难猜透女性的心思。When looking at male eyes, men related what they saw to themselves, with the parts of their brains linked to past thoughts and feelings lighting up, the Daily Mail reported.据《每日邮报》报道,志愿者在看男性的眼睛时,往往会联想到自己,大脑中相关过去的想法与情绪会随之调动起来。The study suggested that they understood what other men felt by remembering similar moments in their own lives, and then used them to evaluate the image, the researchers said.研究人员说,研究显示,通过联想自己类似的生活经历,男性能够理解同性的感受,并对照片中的人作出猜测。But when they looked at female eyes, the men were baffled, as their brains searched for memories of when they had seen another woman who looked similar to the image, and meant men found it harder to empathise with women’s feelings.但当他们看女性的眼神时,却变得摸不着头脑,大脑不断搜寻自己看过的其他类似女性神情,自然,这样男性就很难在情绪上跟女性产生共鸣。The scientists found that the amygdala, a part of the brain believed to be important for empathy with others, showed more activity when men looked at a man, rather than a woman.科学家还发现,人脑中的杏仁体对情感共鸣起着重要作用。因此,当男性观察男性时,这部分会很活跃;如果是观察女性则不会。The researchers, from the LWL University Hospital in Bochum, western Germany, said the male ability to decipher a woman#39;s thoughts from her expression relates to earlier periods of history when being able to tell what another man was thinking – and whether he posed a threat – was much more important.在德国波鸿市的LWL大学医院,研究人员发现,男性从表情揣女性心思的能力较差也和早期历史有关,对于那时候的男性们来说,能够猜到同性的想法进而判断他是否构成威胁,是更为重要的生存能力。Commenting on the results of the study, published in journal PLoS ONE, the researchers said: “As men were more involved in hunting and territory fights, it would have been important for them to be able to predict and foresee the intentions and actions of their male rivals.”研究人员说道:“因为男性更多从事狩猎和领土争夺 ,因此对他们而言,猜测并预计男性对手的动机和行动就显得非常重要。” 此项调查的结果已经发表在了《PLoS ONE》期刊上。 /201304/236558

  Apple on Tuesday sent colorful invites for a Sept. 10 event at the company#39;s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., a big hint that the iPhone maker plans to unveil a new line of smartphones that breaks away from its traditional black-and-white color scheme.苹果公司已在周二发出色邀请函,确认将于9月10日在苹果公司总部加利福尼亚州库比蒂诺举行发布会。市场广泛预计该公司将在此次发布会上推出下一代iPhone智能手机,突破传统黑白两色设计。;This should brighten everyone#39;s day,; the invitation s. The event starts at 1 p.m. Rumors about a Sept. 10 event emerged last month when All Things D, citing sources familiar with Apple#39;s plans, reported that Apple would be unveiling the next edition of the iPhone on that date.邀请函上写道:“这一天,注定是光夺目的一天”。发布会将在下午1点开始。美国科技客AllThingsD曾在上月报道称,苹果公司将在9月10日召开发布会。据此前的传闻和曝光消息称,苹果公司将在此次发布会上推出下一代iPhone系列。The invitation features a white Apple logo against a background of colorful circles, lending credibility to the rumors that the next iPhone, widely referred to as the iPhone 5S, will come in several new colors. In recent weeks, rumors have been swirling that the iPhone 5S will come in gold and graphite color options, alongside the existing white and black models.邀请函的设计是白色苹果公司图标和色圆圈背景,明此前传言下一代iPhone手机,即广为人知的iPhone5S将推出多种色的消息正确无误。最近几周,有人传言说iPhone5S还将推出金色和石墨色的外观供人选择。Apple insider Sonny Dickson last week published a gallery of photos on his website, showing what he claims is the new ;gray or graphite color with black trim.; Meanwhile, rumors about the gold iPhone ramped up last month when several credible news outlets confirmed that Cupertino will indeed add a champagne-hued color option to its iPhone lineup. Other iPhone 5S rumors tip a new A7 chip and a convex home button with a space for a fingerprint sensor.苹果公司知情人士索尼·迪克森上周在其网站上发不一系列照片,展示出他所说的新型“灰色和石墨色中带着黑色装点”。同时,上月还有传言说iPhone会推出金色手机,后有几家高信誉度新闻媒体报道苹果公司的确会出品一款香槟色调手机,实了这一传言。还有其他消息称,新版A7芯片和凸出的主页按钮以及指纹识别技术都会亮相发布会。The colorful circles may also be a nod to the iPhone#39;s lower-cost cousin, dubbed the iPhone 5C, which Apple is also rumored to be prepping for release. According to recent reports, the iPhone 5C may be priced at around 9 off-contract and come with at least five multi-colored back enclosures, including blue, red, yellow, green, and white.邀请函上的多圆圈也实,iPhone低价版手机即iPhone5C也会出现在发布会上。此前也有传言说苹果公司将举行iPhone 5C发布会。根据最近报道,无合约版iPhone 5C售价大概在399美元左右,机身后盖至少有5种颜色,包括蓝色、红色、黄色、绿色和白色。 /201309/255352




  Confession: There was once a time in my life when I was Office Bike Guy. I was the chatty guy in the office who could not stop talking about bikes. I#39;d be at someone#39;s desk or in the hallway or in a meeting and I had a mortifying habit of turning any conversation to my new and thrilling passion. I#39;d talk about the long bike rides I#39;d gone on, the fancy-pants new equipment I#39;d bought, the amazing fitness I#39;d achieved. How my poor co-workers humored this! They would politely compliment my riding endeavors, ask questions and sometimes even solicit advice about what bike they should buy. Wow, would I give them the most long-winded answers. I was utterly the worst. When I walked away, I am sure they rolled their eyes.告白:有段时间我是办公室里的自行车男。我在办公室里总是滔滔不绝地聊自行车。无论是在某个同事的办公桌旁,或是走廊里,还是开会中,我都有个令人痛心疾首的习惯,那就是能把任何谈话都转到这个令我兴奋的新爱好上。我会聊我的长途骑行经历,新买的炫酷新装备,还有超棒的健身效果。我那些可怜的同事们配合得也真是太好了!他们会礼貌地称赞我的骑行经历,问些问题,有时甚至会咨询我他们应该买什么样的自行车。我肯定会给他们最?嗦的。我绝对是表现最差劲的。我走开的时候,他们肯定在翻白眼。Over time, I began to ride my bike less, I got jaded about the Tour de France, and Office Bike Guy began to slowly vanish from the office. I#39;m sure my co-workers appreciated the break. It was probably best for everyone. I still cringe when I think about talking everyone#39;s ear off about the Giro d#39;Italia. They just wanted to get back to their email.后来,我骑车开始不那么频繁了,对环法自行车赛(Tour de France)开始感到厌倦,办公室自行车男开始慢慢从办公室里消失。我的同事们肯定对此很是欣慰。这对所有人可能都是最好的。想起自己聊环意自行车赛(Giro d#39;Italia)聊到所有人都耳朵起茧子的时候,我还是会觉得后怕。他们那时候肯定只想回去查邮件。But you know what? Sometimes I miss Office Bike Guy.不过你可能想不到,有时我会想念办公室自行车男。Lately in the Journal there#39;s been some provocative and very entertaining discussion about personal fitness and the idea that it should be experienced and not shared, that marathoners and triathletes and cyclists should feel free to do their races and workouts, but all of the broadcasting of accomplishments has gotten to be a bit much. Last week the writer Chad Stafko wrote an amusing essay in the Journal called #39;OK, You#39;re a Runner. Get Over It,#39; and the title really said it all, that fitness narcissism was reaching record heights, with the endless parade of bumper stickers and T-shirts and self-promotion. Didn#39;t anyone just run for the sake of running anymore?最近在《华尔街日报》掀起了对个人健身的讨论,讨论很激烈,也非常有趣。大家认为健身应该是自己体验就好,不应该分享给别人,马拉松选手、铁人三项运动员和自行车手随便怎么比赛和训练都行,但是对他们成就的大肆宣扬有点过头了。前不久,作家查德?斯塔福柯(Chad Stafko)在《华尔街日报》发表了一篇题为《好,你喜欢跑步。没什么大不了的。》(OK, You#39;re a Runner. Get Over It)的趣味文章,标题确实说明了一切,即健身的自我陶醉正达到前所未有的高潮,保险杠贴纸、T恤衫和自我推销的炫耀似乎永无止境。难道现在没人只是为了跑步而跑步了吗?And as a former Office Bike Guy, I hear this complaint, I really do. As Stafko noted, this oversharing is not limited to athletics; it also extends to every banality of modern life, from taking selfies at a piano recital to the Instagrammer who really, really wants you to look at the organic artichoke he or she just bought. Artichokes! That is what life is coming to. Praise my artichoke. Please.作为曾经的办公室自行车男,这种抱怨的意思我懂,我确实懂。就像斯塔福柯指出的,这种过度分享并不仅限于竞技运动,它还延伸到了现代平凡生活中的点点滴滴,从在钢琴独奏会上自拍,到那个很想让你看他/她刚买的有机洋蓟的玩Instagram的人。洋蓟!这就是生活!赞美我的洋蓟吧!拜托了!But I am OK with this. Let#39;s be clear about what we#39;re saying when we ask people to curb their enthusiasm for their athletic achievements. We are saying that it bothers us. But what about it is irritating? Public displays of enthusiasm are everywhere. There is a guy in my neighborhood who wears a Star Wars hat all the time. This does not trouble me. I do not ask him to stop wearing the Star Wars hat (though I wonder if he has other hats.) Same goes for pets: I don#39;t see the #39;I Love My Corgi#39; sticker on the back of a car and think, Wow, the Corgi people are really getting to be annoying. Whatever happened to someone just owning a Corgi and shutting up about it? I just think that someone in that car loves Corgis. And that the interior of that car probably smells like Corgis.不过这些我能接受。我们要弄清楚,我们在让别人克制对自己运动成就的热情时是什么意思。我们的意思是这样会让我们觉得烦。但到底是什么让我们觉得烦呢?公开表达热情随处可见。我所在的社区有一个人总是戴着《星球大战》(Star Wars)的帽子。我不会觉得不爽。我不会要求他不要戴这顶帽子(不过我好奇他是不是还有其他帽子)。宠物也一样:我不会看到某辆车后面贴着“我爱我的柯基犬”就想,啊,养柯基犬的人真的很讨人厌。有人刚养了一只柯基犬并且绝口不提又怎么样呢?我只会想那辆车里的人很爱柯基犬,或许车里也有柯基犬的味道。If you are bothered by a 26.2 sticker on the back of a car, it probably says more about you than it does the occupant of the car. Drivers have been crowing about their honor students, their vacation destinations, their favorite members of the Grateful Dead (LET PHIL SING) as long as bumpers have existed. My colleague (and athlete) Kevin Helliker had a fascinating column the other day in which he theorized that fitness is the new rich, that runners and other athletes are regarded (and even targeted) as smug elitists. I fear he is right, and this is scary: The idea that fitness is elitist is not so far from the idea that higher education is elitist, a bizarro worldview that has actually arrived in modern politics without voters bursting out laughing.如果一辆车后面贴着26.2的贴纸让你觉得不爽,或许说明有问题的是你而不是车主。从保险杠贴纸问世以来,车主们就总是在炫耀家里的优秀学生、度假目的地,还有感恩而死乐队(Grateful Dead)里他们最喜欢的成员。我的同事(同时也是运动员)凯文?赫里克(Kevin Helliker)写过一篇很棒的专栏文章,他指出健身是新富,而跑步者及其他运动员被认为是(甚至被攻击为)自命不凡的精英。我担心他是对的,这很可怕:认为健身是精英化的无异于认为高等教育是精英化的,这种怪异的世界观出现在现代政治中的时候,选民们没有不哈哈大笑的。It#39;s true that fitness has a way of transforming a life in such a way that the newly fit have a habit of becoming shameless and talkative, but this shamelessness is essentially benign, and I haven#39;t even gotten to the part where we talk about the obesity rate in this country and how we should be encouraging anybody who breaks a sweat more than twice a month. Want to toot your own horn about it? I say knock yourself out. To share is human, and reasonable sharing has its place. We#39;re talking about exercising! We#39;re not asking you to watch a three-hour slide show of a trip to the Galapagos Islands.健身确实能够以某种方式改变一个人的生活,刚健身的人会有“恬不知耻”和话多的习惯,但这种“恬不知耻”在本质上是好的,我还没提到这个国家的肥胖率以及我们该如何鼓励每个月运动出汗超过两次的人。你也想炫耀?那就行动吧。分享是人的天性,适度的分享无可厚非。我们说的可是锻炼!我们不是让你看三个小时的去加拉帕戈斯群岛(Galapagos Islands)旅游的幻灯片。To be passionate is to be alive. I am no longer Office Bike Guy. Office Bike Guy has given way to Crazy New Father. If you#39;re interested -- and even if you#39;re not interested -- I can show you dozens of photos of an 8-month-old crawling, sitting up in his crib, eating breakfast, ing Chekhov (what can I say, my baby is brilliant). It is the most lovely thing in the world. . .to me. And in the end, that#39;s the thing to remember about Office Runner and Office Triathlete and Office CrossFitter and everyone else who can#39;t stop talking about their workouts: These are people who have fallen in love. And this love is making them healthier and happier people. So what if we have to listen to a few boring stories. OK, you#39;re a runner? I love you. Tell me more.拥有就是拥有活力。我不再是办公室自行车男了。办公室自行车男已经让位给了疯狂新爸爸(Crazy New Father)。如果你有兴趣――就算没有兴趣――我会给你看几十张八个月大的婴儿爬行、坐在婴儿床里、吃早饭、看契科夫文章(没办法,我的孩子就是聪明)的照片。这是世界上最美好的事情……对我来说。归根结底,这是办公室里喜欢跑步、喜欢铁人三项和喜欢综合交叉训练、以及其他滔滔不绝谈论健身的人让人记住的一点:这是一群陷入爱河的人。这种爱让他们成为更健康和更快乐的人。所以如果我们不得不听些无聊的故事该怎么应答呢?噢,你喜欢跑步?我喜欢你。再多说一些吧。 /201312/269899


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