let it snow... 12/11/2009 15:58
这个冬天太暖和, 早晨惊喜地看见雪片, 等爬起来出门已经是滴里哒啦变成了雨. 虽然我是少数非常喜欢雨的人, 也不禁想,


Raining in the spring feels like a virgin at 16;
Raining in summer is like virgin at 20;
Raining in autumn is virgin 30
and raining in winter is like virgin...

Don't get offended if you are a virgin, as I only use the term as a metaphor - something that does not change accordingly by time and season. In its real term, being a virgin whole life is no problem but some other transformations can be happy surprises.


同样是水, 转化为雪片竟然令人惊喜。

Let it snow, let it snow ….
Raining in the mountain feels like a egale;
Raining on the ocean feels like a whale;
Raining on the river feels like a blacktail;
and raining on the lake feels like a.......
I don't know
fresh_orange at 12/11/2009 16:12 快速引用
fresh_orange :
Raining in the mountain feels like a egale;
Raining on the ocean feels like a whale;
Raining on the river feels like a blacktail;
and raining on the lake feels like a.......
I don't know


a whitetail?

very good, i like it.
wildcrane at 12/11/2009 16:33 快速引用
还是原来申请博后时去一个城市面试。我同学带我参加他们当地网友组织的国家公园游。同去的一个女生笑话我同学那么大了还是处男,一路七个人只有我坚定地大声支持我同学:别听她的,你对。
mountainlake at 12/11/2009 23:21 快速引用
mountainlake :
还是原来申请博后时去一个城市面试。我同学带我参加他们当地网友组织的国家公园游。同去的一个女生笑话我同学那么大了还是处男,一路七个人只有我坚定地大声支持我同学:别听她的,你对。


收到 了, 因为一直不知道怎么回答, 就没吭声.

用virgin 显得judgemental, 其实正好相反. 从literary的角度, 也可以换成有没有孩子.
如果一个人一生没有孩子, 如果他或她不在意或者原本就不想要孩子, 那他/她应该没有什么不高兴或感觉不对的. 但如果他/她想要孩子却没有, 他/她就不一定高兴或者自己感觉不怎么对, 这种时候就需要其他种的transformation.



几天前读到 Jorge Luis Borges 的短文 Blindness. Borgess is one of the most original and influential of modern writers and enormously learned. 但是他变成盲人, 在这篇文章里他谈里变盲如何实现了原来不可能实现的transformation.

于是我发现了一段最好的话可以用来回答你的也是我的问题:

(之前他介绍了其他历史上有文学成就的盲人, 包括传说中的荷马) I too, if I may mention myself, have always known that my destiny was, above all, a literary destiny-that bad things and some good things would happen to me, but that, in the long run, all of it would be converted into words. Particularly the bad things, since happiness does not need to be transformed: happiness is its own end.

rose
wildcrane at 12/16/2009 17:44 快速引用
wildcrane :
mountainlake :
还是原来申请博后时去一个城市面试。我同学带我参加他们当地网友组织的国家公园游。同去的一个女生笑话我同学那么大了还是处男,一路七个人只有我坚定地大声支持我同学:别听她的,你对。


收到 了, 因为一直不知道怎么回答, 就没吭声.

用virgin 显得judgemental, 其实正好相反. 从literary的角度, 也可以换成有没有孩子.
如果一个人一生没有孩子, 如果他或她不在意或者原本就不想要孩子, 那他/她应该没有什么不高兴或感觉不对的. 但如果他/她想要孩子却没有, 他/她就不一定高兴或者自己感觉不怎么对, 这种时候就需要其他种的transformation.



几天前读到 Jorge Luis Borges 的短文 Blindness. Borgess is one of the most original and influential of modern writers and enormously learned. 但是他变成盲人, 在这篇文章里他谈里变盲如何实现了原来不可能实现的transformation.

于是我发现了一段最好的话可以用来回答你的也是我的问题:

(之前他介绍了其他历史上有文学成就的盲人, 包括传说中的荷马) I too, if I may mention myself, have always known that my destiny was, above all, a literary destiny-that bad things and some good things would happen to me, but that, in the long run, all of it would be converted into words. Particularly the bad things, since happiness does not need to be transformed: happiness is its own end.

rose


guess这也就解释了为什么主动上网写review的大多是对产品不满意的。 Laughing
开会 at 12/16/2009 22:19 快速引用
开会 :
wildcrane :
mountainlake :
还是原来申请博后时去一个城市面试。我同学带我参加他们当地网友组织的国家公园游。同去的一个女生笑话我同学那么大了还是处男,一路七个人只有我坚定地大声支持我同学:别听她的,你对。


收到 了, 因为一直不知道怎么回答, 就没吭声.

用virgin 显得judgemental, 其实正好相反. 从literary的角度, 也可以换成有没有孩子.
如果一个人一生没有孩子, 如果他或她不在意或者原本就不想要孩子, 那他/她应该没有什么不高兴或感觉不对的. 但如果他/她想要孩子却没有, 他/她就不一定高兴或者自己感觉不怎么对, 这种时候就需要其他种的transformation.



几天前读到 Jorge Luis Borges 的短文 Blindness. Borgess is one of the most original and influential of modern writers and enormously learned. 但是他变成盲人, 在这篇文章里他谈里变盲如何实现了原来不可能实现的transformation.

于是我发现了一段最好的话可以用来回答你的也是我的问题:

(之前他介绍了其他历史上有文学成就的盲人, 包括传说中的荷马) I too, if I may mention myself, have always known that my destiny was, above all, a literary destiny-that bad things and some good things would happen to me, but that, in the long run, all of it would be converted into words. Particularly the bad things, since happiness does not need to be transformed: happiness is its own end.

rose


guess这也就解释了为什么主动上网写review的大多是对产品不满意的。 Laughing


狂笑 狂笑
emory at 12/16/2009 22:51 快速引用
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