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贵 阳 那 家 治 疗 尿 道 炎 医 院 好观山湖区保胎多少钱It was much better than I thought it would be. It would be a bit worried about the way they portray Japan and the geishas in general. But it was pretty well done, pretty authentic, there you couldn't hear a pin drop in the theatre. (What?)They've really kept the audience's time. David, there is a little bit of controversy surrounding this film, and why don't you lay it around forth who is upset about this film and why?Well, some of the Japanese are upset, only because their own actresses were not used. But the reason for that is A, there weren't enough powerful actresses who would fit the role, who could also speak English enough that would be easy to understand. And that, you know,I mean that's just a fact, so there is nothing you can do about that. The other issue is that some of the Chinese people who are somewhat nationalistic in nature, are upset that...that Chinese actresses would cross over to the Japanese side(Yeah.) and participate in such a Japanese film. And in a way, you know, right now there's a lot of political fiction, but in a way, the movie did, uh, beautify the Geishas to the extent that all the men were decent people, everybody was kind to each other basically. But in reality, I mean, you had er... during the war, the comfort women issue, which of course is not mentioned, even though there are many war scenes. There is a war's period during the movie, of course that's not even mentioned. And none of the men were particularly ,ur,what you would call crude or mean.(Yeah. Really.) So when you go back into history, especially if you're a Chinese or Korean rather from other parts of Asia, people have such vivid memories of Japanese activities during the war(Yeah.) that they might find the movie yield a little bit too soft, in those areas.Well, David let me ask you one last question, if you're an American audience, this is... this is coming from an American book by an American author. I would think it is being made by an American director primarily, principally for the American film going audience. How much should we care about the... this controversy? I would say that there is nothing to be concerned about(yeah.) when you think about the American audience, they will love it, they will like it. It's epic Oscar type of movie, and the historical era during the war, I don't think will be issues, not really that well known. (right)The Geisha world itself is such a non-known entity to Americans, they'll find it very enticing and mysterious, you know. For Japanese, of course, it's no bother really,so, it is a different approach to the movie, but I think I should say it's really made for the American audience. And I don't think they'll have any problem with the fact that Chinese acters are playing it. As a matter of fact, no one in the theatre really seemed that was unnatural after about five minutes and everybody speaks English.(Yeah.) And half of them being Chinese, after a while, it really made absolutely no difference at all, (ok)overall enjoyment of the movie. 200807/45201贵阳较好的产科 (Baby, you're lonely...)I don't see how these clips have made the point, really, er, Cathryn Michon is a relationship expert for our sister Website iVillage.com. Cathryn, good morning. Good to have you here. Good morning.Again, I feel like I have to point out that I am the emissary er.. the good guys.Yes, in the dictionary under good guys, (You know what I'm saying? Yeah, I'm aware, I'm not good.) you are a man, yes. All right, so why is it that, that so many women are actually attracted to, to the bad guys, the bad boys out there?Well, that's, that's a very good question, because the first kind of Mr. Wrong is Mr. Wrong for everyone. Alright, Er, he...The blankety Mr. Wrong, (the blankety, Scot Peterson wrong, right, you know...) easily identifiable. It's got Peterson.Wrong. You are right.Hey, that guy gets hundreds of love letters (Right) sent to him in prison, OK.So what is that about?That is about being addicted to thrills. You know. I mean, er, there are Websites on the Internet that will hook you up with a convicted prisoner, sort of like Match.com or something, you know.But beyond this Scot Peterson, there is just, there is the idea about certain guys who you know are wrong for you,(Yes) it seem.....yeah, I want that guy. Yeah, and I, and, and I'm sorry to say to the woman who's attracted to that guy you are Ms. Wrong. Ok?Right. Maybe these are women who have a problem with commitment, you ever think about that?That is right. So, they, so instead they go for a guy who's aly committed. You know, I mean that's crazy.All right. You could actually tell, I mean, how, how do women know these from the get-go. How can they, you know, going into any dating? Let's say... this is how I avoid Mr. Wrong altogether.Yeah, well, the, the general kind of Mr. Wrong is,is really the second type, which is, you know, Mr. I-can-fix-him. (right) I can fix him. You can't fix him. OK, I mean if his mummy told him he was the most important person in the world you are not gonna talk him out of that .OK. One, one of the women on iVillage wrote in and said he picked me up for an 8 P.M. date at 1 A.M. (ha-ha.) That's wrong; you just have to follow your instincts. You know.....All right, well, let's go to some of these. 'Cause you've actually broken the standard in pretty methodical way to help women go through it.(yeah)So, first, Mr. Wrong for everybody.Mr.bad, bad wrong. You know it. Let it go. (Yeah,just clearly, clearly wrong.)The next one I-can-fix-him, but this is interesting because this is kind of a challenge but it's also you know,coming into a preconceived idea what you actually want. Yes, see, women will get this resume in their mind. They are like: I want a guy who is six-foot- tall and crazy about bowling. (Right) But the problem with that is then you end up missing the guy who is five-eleven and crazy about you. (Right, right.) So you can't... Mr. Right doesn't necessarily look like how you imagine him.What about... What...you, the next one you talk about is the guy who comes on a little bit too strong. Yes, (And what do you mean here?) and this one is very compelling. Mr. Comes on Strong. Because he never lasts long. You know... I mean he is the greatest boyfriend in the world to all of the 50 women that he dated this year. You know. I mean this is the guy who looks at women the way a cheetah looks at a herd of water buffalo. Do you know? It's just caught them from the herd and takes them one by one.But is it also possible that he's coming on too strong that he, that he wants to commit more quickly than you do?You know not my experience (not exactly example, you're talking about...) not exactly, I mean generally Mr. Comes on Strong is too good to be true. (It’s conquest, It's...) probably too good to be true.All right, So you talk about learning, learning lessons from past mistakes, (yeah) and actually learning them what you should do. (That's right.) too many that we are not doing.Right, because you're going to date Mr. Wrongs. It can not be avoided. So you gotta learn the right lesson, like if you date a chronic gambler who loves kittens, don't be all...I hate guys who love kittens. I mean that is not the lesson. You know get the right lesson, for now you're set.OK, now we,we talk about the idea of not being flexible, not having especially that you're getting olderYeah, yeah, (you don't wanna have the guy on paper that you want) you've got issues we've all come to our bars from the previous segments, so you know, give up the paper...Right, right, well, I'm sorry,do you think I have issues?No, not you. (I have issues.) No, no, everyone but you. No.I don't have issues. No, you know what I mean, I mean personally, I mean everyone we've all got this. OK. I just thought I'm a little offensive this way. Also what you say, you say very lovable a little bit in terms of what you're looking for. Cause you might be surprised. Yeah, here is the thing. If you wanna find Mr. Right, you've gotta look in the right place like bars for example are great places to meet alcoholics. (Right). Right? So if you're meeting guy who over drinks. So Mr. Wrong gets a straight. You know, if you,if you want a church going-guy. Here is the tip, go to a church. (Right)You know, if you want a hunky firefighter, follow the smoke. (You are right.) Where there's smoke, there's firefighter. All right, well, actually is so our sister website, we talk about iVillage.com has a quiz that you can take to see if you are dating Mr. Wrong .Ah, which I think is very funny, including...(very simple)If you plan a birthday celebration for you that doesn't include you. Follow the Mr. RightThat's the tips.That is another red flag.Alright, Cathryn Michon thanks so much, helpful advice. And if you wanna check more on dating Mr. Wrong, you can take an online quiz that we just talked about at iVillage.com200810/52023Anchor: Are You looking for the perfect recipe for business success? look no further than between the pages of Martha Stewart's latest book the Martha Rules: Ten Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start to Build or Manage a Bussiness. And Martha should know she has got magzines, books, product lines and television shows both daytime and prime time with her name on all of them. Martha ,good morning(HI.) ,welcome back!(Thank you!)You know everybody obviously admires your business, acumen and prowess and what a smart, savvy business woman you are. And obviously you wanted to share the secrets of your success. Right?Martha: Oh,yes.Finally, I've got to write a book that's not a cook book, not a how-to book about decorating or weddings, not that those are bad. Those are fantastic . But I finally wrote down what I think are very simple practical ways to be successful in an entrepreneurial venture.Anchor: And I know in the first a few pages of the book, you talk ,Martha about your experience, said that, at the Alderson Federal Prison and I thoght it was so funny instead of picking locks ,they were picking your brain. All those women, they were trying to figure out, you know, ideas so they could be more entrepreneurial(It was so...) which I think it's amazing .(It was so interesting, because...)You were like a de facto business consultant.Martha: Well,I was. And because in many of these institutions there are no consultants,there are no real teachers there to help these women, whom...some of whom were incarcerated for 20 years.(Right)I mean this is not good. But I was so happy to be able to be of use and be helpful and give advice,(I think it's so great)because their minds are working 24 hours a day just like our minds are working.( And they have a lot of time to think) And they have a lot of time to think and plan for the future. And they should be encouraged to. But this is not just for women in prison.(No,no, obviously it's for all women but some are universal). This book is for, as well as for men and women who have a good idea , who think that they are entrepreneurial,who really want to build a business, manage a business and grow a business.Anchor: Let's talk about some of your rules. We don't have time to go through all of them Martha. But one is passion. And that is the number one rule in your book.(right).You have to be passionate about what you're doing . You say, don't confuse enthusiasm with passion.What do you mean?Martha: Well, I mean that you should really build your business aroud, something that you are inherently passionate about. It's very important that you have a deep-seated interest in what you want to work in. Because otherwise it's just gonna be another job.(It's gonna be drudgery.)Yeah. Well ,it could be. I don't ever say I'm going to work to work.You know .(right)I'm going to work to create. I'm going to work to make a wonderful television program.(and have fun)I'm going out to the garden to garden not to work in the garden.That's passion.Anchor: And in fact, you've also talked about how frustration can lead to a good idea.For example you were frustrated that you couldn't find a pink collar you were looking for(exactly) ,and so you decided to create your own from chicken eggs I remember ing about that in your magzine Park. Believes and stones vary Martha.Martha: Yep. But it's true. I mean because I look for what's not there that I need. And if it's not there, it may be the basis for a really good business.I'm sure Bill Gates did that when he started Microsoft. I'm sure the Google guys did that when they started Google. It's looking for the void, filling that void with something useful and needed by many many people. Anchor: You talk about keeping quality on the pedestal and sometimes quality and mass consumption are (at) odds. Not even mass consumption but profitability, (right)let's say.Martha: Right. But it's more about the bottom line. And one of the first things to go when you're cutting cost then you're trying to keep your business afloat may be the quality of your big idea. That product that you are so proud of. Don't let the quality go.Anchor: And You also say take risks not chances. And that brings me to the question. Are you obviously, you are taking a lot of risks right now,are you happy doing everything you have done I mean(Oh, very much so.) in another words do you have any regrets?Martha: None, I mean none, I mean I went through a period of 2 years of that great difficulty, came back with a passion, with a really guiding light behind me(Right.), trying to focus on making sure that every aspect of our businesses of Martha Stewart Living was great. And I try to get that across in the book.That you really have to focus, you have to be determined ,you have to keep the quality, keep the big idea.Work really hard and have an A(ce) team all around you. All of that is disccussed in this book, which I think will be very useful. You should it if you, you know.. .Anchor: Yeah,yeah I could always use a little help in every area of my life .Well, the book is Martha ,the Martha Rules: Ten Essentials for Achieving Success as You Start ,Build or Manage a Business. Martha,as always great to see you! You can an except on our website by the way.(Excellent!)200807/44664贵 阳 市 妇 科 病 医 院

清镇市妇幼保健医院做彩超多少钱贵 阳 做 人 流 好 的 医 院 是 哪 家 探索世界奥秘之The Ghost In Your Genes(基因外遗传现象) 06If inheritance was not just about DNA, if these gene switches were so important, just what could turn them on or off? Stephanie and Emend Mullins have two children, Karen and Charlotte. When we were trying to conceive, and you see all your friends around you, getting pregnant, having children. As each month went on, you become more and more desperate.Doctors recommended IVF treatment. In the UK alone, around 8,000 babies are conceived every year using assisted reproduction techniques, like IVF. After the third attempt, Stephanie became pregnant with Karen. At the time, they, they didn't really highlight any risks to us. And then we went for a routine scan. And I did feel that the scan was taking an awful long time. Basically what they'd found was something called exomphalos, em, on Karen's abdomen which basically means that part of the bowel is still on the outside of the abdomen. Doctor suspected that Karen might be suffering from Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, a rare condition where babies are born very large, often have oversized tongues and have a high risk of developing childhood cancers. They couldn't say 100 percent that the baby did have Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome. But, it was showing signs. They could see his tongue protruding on the scan. And he said the beast had very big thighs. But until Karen was actually born, we didn't know how severely affected it was going to be.When Karen was born, it was clear he did indeed have Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome. Within a few hours of the birth, Karen had to have surgery to have the bowel that was on the outside of the abdomen basically put back inside repaired. Karen also had surgery to reduce the size of his tongue. And every few months, he has scans to check for tumors. Good boy, Karen, you're a very, very good boy indeed.Cases of Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome caught the attention of Wolf Reik. Wolf Reik worked in developmental genetics. He was fascinated by this emerging epigenetic ghost world. He wanted to know what could throw the switches on or off. To his surprise, he found that simply placing a mouse embryo in a culture dish could trigger genes to switch off.New Words amp; Phrases:IVF: IVF is a method of helping a woman to have a baby in which an egg is removed from one of her ovaries, fertilized outside her body, and then replaced in her womb. IVF is an abbreviation for `in vitro fertilization'. 试管受精protrude : If something protrudes from somewhere, it sticks out. 伸出,突出thigh: Your thighs are the top parts of your legs, between your knees and your hips. 大腿embryo: An embryo is an unborn animal or human being in the very early stages of development. 胚芽;胚胎200807/44960贵阳人工流产要花多少钱

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