奥洛克

    帕特里克·杰克·奥洛克是美国政治讽刺作家和记者。O Rourke是自由主义者卡托研究所的H.L.Menken研究员,是《大西洋月刊》、《美国观察家》和《每周标准报》的定期记者,也是国家公共广播电台游戏节目《等待等待》。

奥洛克(P. J. O'Rourke)名言

A person has got to balance work and life and family in order to be a balanced person.

一个人必须平衡工作,生活和家庭,才能成为一个平衡的人.

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Politics won't allow for the truth.

政治不允许真相.

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Predicting innovation is something of a self-canceling exercise: the most probable innovations are probably the least innovative.

预测创新是一项自我取消的工作:最可能的创新可能是最不创新的.

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College professors used to be badly paid and worth it. Colleges used to be modest institutions; they should go back to being modest institutions.

大学教授过去的薪水很低而且值得. 大学曾经是谦虚的机构; 他们应该回到谦虚的机构.

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No humorist is under any obligation to provide answers and probably if you were to delve into the literary history of humour it's probably all about not providing answers because the humorist essentially says: this is the way things are.

没有幽默家有义务提供答案,而且如果您要研究幽默的文学史,那么可能根本就不提供答案,因为幽默家本质上说:这就是事实.

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Something is worth what somebody will pay for it. Nothing else, nothing more, nothing less.

某物值得某人支付. 没有别的,仅此而已.

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A fundamental American question is, 'What's the big idea?'

美国的一个基本问题是,“什么大主意? '

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What Enron was doing, what caused investors to embrace it in a rapture of baffled awe, was hiding debt.

安然公司所做的事情,是使投资者怀着莫名其妙的敬畏之情来拥抱它,隐藏了债务.

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