[00:03]To prevent the debasement of paper and adequately
[00:06]infer its value, the Obama administration must turn to
[00:10]well-tested rules ensuring paper's credibility.
[00:17]IQ tests ask you to complete verbal and visual
[00:21]analogies, to envision paper after it has been folded and
[00:25]cut, and to deduce numerical sequences, among other
[00:34]It's a bad bill, worse than no bill at all. If the Democrats
[00:38]don't have the courage to use reconciliation to pass a good
[00:42]bill, let this one die & start again if we ever have a truly
[00:47]progressive or intelligent president.
[00:54]Even today, in our industrial life, apart from certain
[00:58]values of industriousness and thrift, the intellectual and
[01:02]emotional reaction of the forms of human association
[01:07]under which the world's work is carried on receives little
[01:11]attention as compared with physical output.
[01:17]Lisa Wandel, Penn State's residential-dining director,
[01:21]says it's the college's responsibility to notify students
[01:26]about what's in their food.内容来自 听力课堂网：http://www.tingclass.net/show-8124-242125-1.html