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This premiere, Basic Instinct 2 in New York is for Concerned Parents for AIDS Research.And how did you decide? I mean, were you a part of that decision?Yes, I went to the studio when we were planning our premieres and around the world and we discussed, we know where the American premiere'd be and they talked to me about the fact that, you know, I've been an Aids activist for so long and that they would love to have a New York premiere. That was very elegant and we just talked about the possibilities of what we would do it for, and if we would do a philanthropic premiere, and, and I talked to them about this which I love very much, Concerned Parents for AIDS Research, and we all agreed that it would be a great cause. So the studio Sony is supporting it, er, Dior is supporting it, er, Choparte has been very supportive, my agent, Scott Lambert has donated money, so it's just been marvelous. Yeah.Filming Basic Instinct, did you ever think there would be a sequel and is this the way that you would have pictured it?Um, I think it's really great. I'm happy with the way that it turned out. I didn't think when I was filming it that there would be a sequel, or that if there was, that it would include me. I, so I'm actually kind of shocked and surprised about everything. Life is very um, propitious. She just, (you) never know and so, it was just great, lucky and fun. And How about playing Catherine this time around? Do you, you know, you're matured, she's matured. How m(uch), how different was it?It was different, and exciting, and scary and funny and hard and sometimes easy. Finally, anything you want to share with us about your recent trip to Israel? I mean we saw a lot about it, but I'd like to hear a bit more.You know, it's really marvelous, you know, when I got the call that Shimon Perez had invited me to come on behalf of the Perez Peace Foundation and talk about the subject of peace in Israel, to both Israelis and Palestinians to travel and see their good work. They have hospitals where they're giving open-heart surgery to infants one to four months. And these are Palestinians and Muslims and Israelis and Bedouins and it was just extraordinary. And to, speak to the mothers and to go to the oncology ward and talk to the kids and to go to the schools where the kids are li(ving), working together and living together in this school called coexistence and to go and to be as the biggest tennis camp there ever that has also all these mixed cultural kids working together and learning and understanding of peace and they are doing these games where they run up and they say their name and they say a word in their language and the other kid says that word in their language and their name and runs back with the ball. And it was just so moving and exciting and I learned so much being there and I flew with a helicopter all over and we went white water helicoptering over the Jordan river and it was so exciting and, and helicoptering over the sand dunes to see Bedouin outposts and saw this great mission carved into the side of the sand dunes. It was, you know, hundreds of years old, and we went to the Dead Sea and, you know, you see in Israel that you just don't see on television 'cause what we see is bad news on the news. And then you get there, and this is a gorgeous place with these beautiful people who are really trying to work towards peace and it was just, it was marvelous. It was, it was, so encouraging and, and really every time I get to go and travel to these other countries and meet other people, I just come to understand more and more that we all want the same thing. We wanna be loved, we wanna be liked, we wanna be seen and we wanna share our culture with you. Sounds like we in the media have a, have to do a better job of covering those things as well, isn't it?It is true and I thank you for understanding that because really... it is the journalists' job, not just to, to take what you are being fed, but to go and explore and see and show the world what really exists. And you know what, people everywhere are just the same. They get out of the bed the same way, they put on their pants the same way, and they say I need to be cared about and loved, and you know, every kid in the war is some mother and father's son. And nobody wants peace more than a kid out there on the field. And we have to, for them, for those children, we have to be better, we have to try harder and we have to do more.200809/47882宜春市第七人民医院鹰钩鼻驼峰鼻翘鼻鞍鼻多少钱The deal is done."What a bloody hell! I'm Rupert Murdoch, the billionaire tyrant, and this is my newspaper!""If you are Rupert Murdoch, prove it!" "Hi, Rupert!" "e,oh."It's official, media-baron Rupert Murdoch has bought the Wall Street Journal. Adding it to the news Corp. media monopoly that now spans over 175 news papers worldwide as film studios, internet-holdings like My Space, Satellite TV and Cable, Magazines, and publishing. Begging a question “what's next?” As companies like news cooperation are now pushing the FCC to allow them to get even bigger.He is the propriety, what the marketer thought was the chastity. What it comes to money and power, he’s carnivorous, all-appetite and no taste, killing anything in his path.And while he’s promised not to interfere in the journal’s editorial policy he’s made that promise before like when he took over the New York Post, and radically transformed it into a conservative junk news tabloid. He also promised not to make changes to the Times of London. "There will be no fundamental change in the characteristics." But former editors there are saying Murdoch complained that too many of their stories had a e left-wing bent, and even called one of their correspondents a e une “Commie”. He broke his promises then. Why should we believe him now, especially given his fox news networks idea of fair and balanced? “Vicious far-lest website called DailyKos, one of the worst examples of hatred America has to offer.”Free press founder Robert McChesney says the growth of big media monopolies like news Corp. have directly paralleled the decline of journalism in America with less local and international coverage, fewer points of view and slashed budgets for real investigative reporting.Our whole constitution rests on having a free press, it’s the premise, it’s the unstated premise of the whole project. If we don’t have any foreign citizens, we all, every word in our constitution is meaningless. If you don’t know your privileges, your rights, if you aren’t aware of what’s going on, we have to have a press system. It's our duty, not our right to build a free press, and the foundation of a free press of doing that is healthy journalism. Instead, media barons like Murdoch have shifted \ over to a recipe for cheep but highly-profitable Junk news. And it’s not just news crop.The problem isn’t just Rupert Murdoch. His pursuit of the Wall Street Journal is the latest in the cascading series of merges, buyouts and other financial legitimate that are making a shipwreck of Journalism.Public-minded newspapers are being dumped by their owner for walls of cash or crippled by cost cutting while their broadcasting cousins race to the bottom. Murdoch is just the predator of the reality. And now Rupert Murdoch and other media predators are pushing the FCC to change the rules, allowing them to own even more newspapers, radio and television stations in the same market.But you can fight back and help to stop Murdoch's next media take over at freepress.net/murdoch200807/43258宜春哪里割双眼皮比较好They are the most important things, if you are like me, you mute the game and watch the spots. And P. Diddy is in the, back in for Diet Pepsi now. Here is a little behind-the-scenes footage, and here is a little behind-the-scenes knowledge, he / said that he would only do it again this year, if they would let him be himself, a producer, a mogul, so they've got Jay Moore there who's been so great as the agent and they actually hire Diet Pepsi for the commercials. It's 60-seconds long. It's gonna run a couple of times and Diddy got a pocket full of money for it. Up next, they've gone an old school. The little, er, Richard Dean Anderson. Remember the show MacGyver.(oh,yes) With a stick of Beeman's gum and (hehe) a paper clip,he can get out of anything. Alright. Take a look at this send-up of 24. Watch.Air fresh(e)ner, 1.29 on debit Master card. Tube sock, 4 dollars, paper clip, ballpoint pen, rubber band, tweezers, nasal spray, and turkey baster, 14 dollars. The little things that get you through the day: priceless.What a move!Good sense of ...So, that was a great one .That was funny. Hey, er, you know, Jessica Simpson is a master thespian, there's little she can't do. For some she'sone of two things. Apparently Pizza Hut saw her in Dukes Of Hazard and they said 'hey she can come and do that for our commercial, take a look..We now have a new cheeseb pizza, please. Are you y bites? Start poppin' . These bites are made for poppin', and that's just what they'll do. One of these days these bites are gonna pop right into you.Nice!That's just embarrasing. It's just...To paraphrase the great late Dorothy Parker, she has an acting range from A to B. And now, one of my favourites, he is gonna be here tomorrow, he is gonna tell us how he did it, take a look at the one, the only Fabio.From the man who brought fantasy to life, comes a hair product born into reality.(Fabio.) Beauty has a face, a faction, a name. (Fabio)And now you can experience a shampoo worthy of only one man stand. Life comes at you fast, be y with Nationwide , investments, retirement, insurance. Nationwide is on your side. Nicely done!That's the best!That's to be on Saturday Night Live.That was great. He was funny. Sure this is a good spot.2.5million bucks for a 30-second commercial,(WOW!) but if you're buying the forth quarter, here is a little tip, 1.7 million. A bargain?Yeah. There you go.Well, McCuddy, thank you so much. 200809/47061樟树去痣多少钱一颗

丰城妇幼保健院瘦腿针多少钱宜春去除眉间纹哪家医院好to jerk someone around ———— 愚弄(成语)英文释义 (IDIOM) To deceive, thwart, or take unfair advantage of someone.例句 When I arrived at my hotel, the dishonest hotel manager tried to jerk me around by saying that my reservation had been lost and I would have to purchase a more expensive room.当我到达酒店后,阴险的酒店经理想愚弄我,说丢失了我的预订信息,我必须买一间更贵的客房。 /201606/448955宜春人民医院丰胸多少钱US Defends Policy Of Detention For Juveniles in Iraq, Afghanistan美为关押伊阿未成年武装分子辩护 The ed States has defended its policy of detaining juveniles in prisons in Iraq, and Afghanistan. The issue is expected to be high on the agenda Thursday when the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child examines U.S. compliance with U.N. rules on dealing with children in armed conflict. 美国为在伊拉克和阿富汗境内关押青少年的政策辩护。预料这个问题在星期四会更加受人瞩目,因为联合国儿童权利委员会星期四将审议美国是否遵守联合国有关武装冲突中如何对待儿童的规定。In a report submitted to the U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child, the ed States acknowledges it has detained almost 2,500 youths under the age of 18 since 2002. Almost all have been detained in Iraq under President Bush's anti-terrorism campaign. 在提交给联合国儿童权利委员会的一份包括中,美国承认,自2002年以来,拘押了将近2500名18岁以下的青少年,几乎全部被关押在伊拉克。这些青少年是按照布什总统的反恐政策遭到拘捕的。Washington says it is holding more than 500 juveniles suspected of being "unlawful enemy combatants" in detention centers in Iraq. Another 10 are being held at the U.S. base at Bagram, Afghanistan. 华盛顿说,500多名青少年因为被怀疑是“非法敌方战斗人员”而被关押在伊拉克拘留中心。另外有10人被拘押在阿富汗巴格兰姆美军基地。Human Rights groups have criticized the policy, which they say violates an international treaty that deals with the Rights of the Child.  人权团体一直批评美国的这项政策,说这种作法违反了有关儿童权利的国际公约。Human Rights Researcher for the American Civil Liberties Union, Jennifer Turner, tells VOA, It is difficult to know whether these children are being treated properly or are being mistreated. 美国公民自由联盟的人权研究员特纳说,很难得知这些儿童到底是否受到适当对待,还是遭到虐待。"In the case of, for instance, one of the prisoners at Guantanamo, Omar Khader, his lawyers and he have alleged that he was subjected to torture and that evidence obtained through torture is being used against him in a trial. We know that according to the ed States, 10 children are in prison at Bagram base in Afghanistan, one of the bases which is known for past cases of torture being used against prisoners there. And, we are very concerned that the U.S. is not complying with its obligations to provide rehabilitation and reintegration into society for children in prison," he said.  特纳说:“比如,在关塔那湾美国拘留中心的一名青少年卡德尔,他的律师和他本人声称,他曾经遭到酷刑拷打,而在酷刑拷打下所做的口供被用来作为审判他的据。我们知道,根据美国的记录,有10名儿童被关押在阿富汗巴格兰姆美军基地的监狱,而这个监狱就是因为对囚犯酷刑拷打而遭到批评的监狱之一。此外,我们非常关切美国可能没有遵守国际公约的义务,为在监儿童将来重返社会提供帮助。”Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Detainee Issues, Sandra Hodgkinson, says the ed States does detain juveniles that are encountered on the battlefield. She says that both removes them from the dangerous effect of combat and at the same time protects American forces and other innocent civilians. 主管囚犯问题的美国国防部副助理部长哈吉金森表示,美国的确关押了在战场上遇到的青少年。她说,这样做,不仅使这些青少年脱离了危险的战斗环境,而且还保护了美国军队和其他无辜平民。"We go to great lengths when we do detain juveniles to recognize the special needs of the juvenile population and to provide them with a safe environment away from hostilities. In Iraq, for example, we have developed an extensively robust program of a juvenile education center working with the Iraqi government. It is a separate school exclusively for those juveniles who have taken part in hostilities and have been recruited into armed conflict, which is something we very much oppose...We take all measures to encourage as robust a communication with their families as is possible," she said.  哈吉金森说:“我们拘押这些青少年时,注意到了他们的特殊需要,因此给他们提供了避开敌意的安全环境。例如,在伊拉克,我们和伊拉克政府一道,为青少年教育中心开设了一个广泛积极的项目。这是一所单独的学校,专门为那些被招募来从事武装战斗的青少年而设。我们非常反对招募青少年参与武装战斗。我们也采取一切办法来鼓励这些儿童尽可能和他们的家庭沟通。”Hodgkinson says U.S. policy is not to detain a juvenile for more than a year whenever practicable. She says it is unfortunate that children are sometimes imprisoned. But, she notes these children pose a danger. Some have been involved in planting road bombs and some have been recruited as suicide bombers. 哈吉金森表示,美国的政策是,只要可能,不会将一名青少年拘押超过一年以上。她表示,遗憾的是,青少年有时的确遭到长期关押。但是她也指出,那些青少年具有危险性,其中有些参与埋置路边炸弹,有些被招募来当自杀炸弹杀手。 200805/39847宜春韩美整形晒斑雀斑老年斑咖啡斑多少钱

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