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》。

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Politics is the one field you don't age out of.

政治是您永不过时的领域.

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When I'm in the car, I want the only one shouting to be me.

当我上车时,我只想大声喊叫我.

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Northwest Ohio is flat. There isn't much up. The land is so flat that a child from Toledo is under the impression that the direction hills go is down. Sledding is done down from street level into creek beds and road cuts.

俄亥俄州西北部平坦. 没有太多. 土地如此平坦,以至托莱多(Toledo)的孩子给人的印象是山坡的方向向下. 拉雪橇从街道一直延伸到小溪床和路段.

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In Toledo, people grow out. Out to the suburbs. Out to the parts of America where the economy is more vigorous. And all too often, out to 48-inch waistbands.

在托莱多,人们长大. 到郊区. 遍及美国经济蓬勃发展的部分地区. 而且经常出现在48英寸的腰带上.

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There is no horizon in Toledo. There are too many trees.

托莱多没有视野. 树木太多了.

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The one thing that's terrible about traveling for fun is writing about it.

有趣的旅行一件事就是写关于它的事情.

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When you're a war correspondent, the reader is for you because the reader is saying, 'Gee, I wouldn't want to be doing that.' They're on your side.

当您是战争通讯员时,读者会为您服务,因为读者在说:'天哪,我不想这么做. '他们在你身边.

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Catchphrases flourish in contemporary American English.

流行语在当代美国英语中盛行.

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