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  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: HEY, EVERYBODY,

    嘿,大家好。

  • WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW."

    歡迎回到 "深夜秀"。

  • MY FIRST GUEST TONIGHT IS AN ACADEMY AWARD-WINNING ACTOR YOU

    今晚我的第一位嘉賓是一位獲得過學院獎的演員,你知道嗎?

  • KNOW FROM "DAZED AND CONFUSED," "MAGIC MIKE," AND "DALLAS BUYERS

    從《暈頭轉向》、《魔術師邁克》和《達拉斯買家》中認識的。

  • CLUB."

    俱樂部。"

  • PLEASE WELCOME BACK TO A LATE SHOW, MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY!

    請歡迎回到晚間節目,馬修-麥卡努奇!

  • >> HOW WE DOING, MR. COLBERT!

    >> 你好嗎,科爾伯特先生!

  • >> Stephen: WE'RE DOING ALL RIGHT.

    >> Stephen:我們正在做的一切權利。

  • IT'S ALWAYS GOOD TO SEE YOU, MATTHEW.

    見到你總是好的,MATTHEW。

  • YOU'RE ALWAYS A GREAT GUEST.

    你總是一個很好的客人。

  • YOU KNOW I LIKE YOU.

    你知道我喜歡你。

  • >> I LIKE YOU, TOO.

    >> 和喜歡你,太。

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S GOOD TO HEAR IT.

    >> Stephen:這是很好的聽到它。

  • I'LL TELL YOU ONE THING, THOUGH, IT'S KIND OF BAD TO SEE YOU AT

    我告訴你一件事,不過,在這裡看到你,有點不妙。

  • THE SAME TIME, BECAUSE THIS IS THE SECOND TIME I'VE SPOKEN TO

    同樣的時間,因為這是我第二次對你說話了。

  • YOU IN QUARANTINE, AND THAT JUST DRIVES HOME, THAT DRIVES HOME

    你在定量,而這只是帶動了家,這帶動了家。

  • HOW LONG WE'VE BEEN IN QUARANTINE AT THIS POINT.

    我們在這一點上已經有多長時間的配額了。

  • >> OR MAYBE HOW MUCH YOU LIKE ME.

    >> 或者是你有多喜歡我。

  • MAYBE IT'S HOW MUCH WE LIKE EACH OTHER, YOU KNOW,.

    也許是我們有多喜歡對方,你知道,。

  • >> Stephen: I'M NOT SAYING-- I'M NOT TAKING ANYTHING AWAY

    >> Stephen:我不是說... ... 我不會帶走任何東西。

  • FROM THE OBVIOUS AFEKS WE HAVE FOR EACH OTHER, I'M JUST SAYING,

    從我們對彼此的明顯敵意來看,我只是說說而已。

  • COME ON, MAN.

    來吧,男人。

  • THIS IS A LONG TIME.

    這是一個很長的時間。

  • >> IT'S TIME.

    >> 時間到了。

  • >> Stephen: YOU KNOW WHAT TAKES THE STING OUT OF IT,

    >> 你知道是什麼讓它不再刺痛嗎?

  • MATTHEW?

    馬太福音?

  • >> WHAT'S THAT?

    >> 那是什麼?

  • >> Stephen: THIS WILD TURKEY YOU SENT ME.

    >> Stephen:你送我的這隻野火雞。

  • AND I'M NOT BRINGING IT UP JUST BECAUSE YOU'RE MY GUEST.

    我不會因為你是我的客人就提出來的。

  • I WANT TO TELL THE OTHER GUESTS BE MORE LIKE MATTHEW

    我想告訴其他客人,要像馬修一樣。

  • McCONAUGHEY.

    McCONAUGHEY.

  • NOT ONLY DID YOU SEND ME THIS, YOU SENT ME A WHOLE DAMN GIFT

    你不僅送了我這個,還送了我一個大禮... ...

  • BASKET TO GO WITH IT.

    籃子去與它。

  • THIS IS HOW YOU DO IT, TOM HANKS, OKAY.

    這就是你要做的,湯姆-漢克斯,好的。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) STEP UP!

    站起來!

  • ALL RIGHT?

    沒事吧?

  • >> REMEMBER, HE LIKES HIS WILD TURKEY.

    >> 記住,他喜歡他的野火雞。

  • IT WILL NOT GOOD BAD.

    它不會好壞。

  • HE WILL USE IT.

    他將會使用它。

  • >> Stephen: I WILL, ALL RIGHT.

    >> Stephen:我會的,所有的權利。

  • LISTEN, WHAT IS-- YOU HAVE SOMETHING I DO WANT TO TALK

    聽著,什麼是... ... 你有什麼事情我想談談。

  • ABOUT.

    關於.

  • WILD TURKEYS WITH-- WITH-- >> WITH THANKS.

    野生火雞與... 與... 與.... >> 與感謝。

  • >> Stephen: "WITH THANKS" INITIATIVE.

    >> Stephen: "感謝 "倡議。

  • TEAL MAY WHAT THAT IS WHILE I POUR MYSELF A GLASS OF THIS.

    我給自己倒了一杯茶,那是什麼?

  • >> ABOUT FOUR YEARS AGO I HAVE BEEN CREATIVE DIRECTOR OF WILD

    >> 大約四年前,我就已經是WILD的創意總監了。

  • TURKEY AND ABOUT FOUR YEARS AGO WE SAID LET'S QUIT MAKING BIG

    土耳其和大約四年前,我們說讓我們停止大的。

  • ADVERTISEMENTS, LET'S DO SOMETHING GOOD, SHINE SOME LIGHT

    廣告,讓我們做一些好事,照亮一些光。

  • ON PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING GOOD OR HELP PEOPLE OUT.

    在做善事或幫助別人的人身上。

  • WE HAD A TURKEY GIVE-AWAY IN LAUENCEBURG, AND WE WENT TO THE

    我們在Lauenceburg有一個火雞贈送活動,我們去了THE

  • FIRST RESPONDERS AFTER THE HURRICANE IN HOUSTON.

    颶風后的第一反應者在休斯敦。

  • WE WENT TO THE FIRST RESPONDERS AND FIREMEN AND WOMEN IN L.A.

    我們去找了洛杉磯的急救人員和消防隊員。

  • AFTER THE FIRES.

    火災過後。

  • AND THIS YEAR, WITH COVID, WE SAID LET'S FIND FOUR AMERICANS

    今年,我們和科維德一起,說要找四個美國人。

  • THAT ARE DOING SOMETHING REALLY GOOD FOR THEIR OWN COMMUNITIES,

    他們正在為自己的社區做一些真正有益的事情。

  • ALL RIGHT.

    好吧。

  • SO WE FOUND SOMEBODY IN AUSTIN, NEW ORLEANS, CHICAGO, AND

    所以我們在奧斯汀、新奧爾良、芝加哥都找到了一些人。

  • DALLAS, THAT ARE GIVING COVID TESTS TO THEIR COMMUNITY THAT

    達拉斯,正在給他們的社區提供COVID測試,這。

  • CAN'T GIVE THEM-- GET THEM.

    不能給他們 -- 得到他們。

  • ANOTHER LADY IS GIVING NECESSITIES LIKE DIAPERS AND

    另一位女士正在提供諸如尿布等必需品和

  • BACKPACKS AND PANTS TO KIDS THAT CAN'T GET THEM AT THIS TIME.

    揹包和褲子的孩子,不能得到他們在這個時候。

  • ANOTHER GUY IN NEW ORLEANS CREATED 250,000 JOBS FOR

    另一個在新奧爾良的傢伙為我們創造了25萬個工作機會。

  • MUSICIANS AND HOSPITALITY WORKERS OUT OF WORK SINCE COVID.

    音樂家和醫院工作人員自COVID以來失業。

  • WE'RE SHINING A LIGHT ON THEM, TELL THEIR STORY.

    我們正在照亮他們,講述他們的故事。

  • HOPEFULLY THAT MAKES OTHER PEOPLE IN AMERICA GO, "HEY, I

    希望這能讓其他美國人去,"嘿,我......"。

  • KNOW SOMEBODY IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD DOING WELL.

    我知道我的鄰居中有人做得很好。

  • I'M GOING TO SHINE A LIGHT ON THEM.

    我要去照亮他們。

  • OR HEY, MAYBE I'LL BECOME ONE MYSELF."

    或者說,也許我自己也會成為一個人。"

  • THAT'S THE "THANKS INITIATIVE."

    這就是 "感恩行動"。

  • THIS IS A LONG-RUNNING PRODUCT AS WELL-- I MEAN, A WILD TURKEY

    這是一個長期的產品,以及 - 我的意思是,一個野生火雞。

  • PRODUCT AS WELL.

    產品以及。

  • I'M GOING TO JOIN YOU HERE, SIR.

    我要在這裡和你一起,先生。

  • >> Stephen: NOW, YOU CELEBRATED A BIRTHDAY.

    >> Stephen:現在,你慶祝了一個生日。

  • DO YOU HAVE ANY BIRTHDAY TRADITIONS, ANYTHING-- ANYTHING

    你有什麼生日傳統嗎,什麼都有,什麼都有

  • THAT'S SPECIAL YOU LIKE TO DO EVERY YEAR?

    這就是你每年都要做的特別事情?

  • >> AH, NO, IT'S USUALLY WITH THE FAMILY.

    >> 啊,不,它通常與家人。

  • YOU KNOW, LIKE I SAID, FOUR YEARS AGO, WE DECIDED THE

    你知道嗎,就像我說的,四年前,我們決定了。

  • BIRTHDAY WOULD BE I HEAD OUT AND GO ON THAT TURKEY DROP IN

    生日會是我的頭出去,去那火雞滴英寸

  • LAWRENCEBERG.

    LAWRENCEBERG.

  • THIS YEAR -- >> Stephen: I'M SORRY, WHAT'S

    今年 -- >> Stephen:對不起,什麼事?

  • A TURKEY DROP?

    滴滴火雞?

  • WHAT'S A TURKEY DROP?

    什麼是火雞水滴?

  • >> DELIVER 1,000 TURKEYS TO PEOPLE'S DOORS, MOST OF THOSE

    >> 將1,000只火雞送到人們的家門口,其中大部分是火雞。

  • PEOPLE WHO MAY NOT BE ABE TO GET A TURKEY ON THANKSGIVING.

    可能無法在感恩節得到火雞的人。

  • >> Stephen: I WANTED TO MAKE SURE YOU AREN'T ACTUALLY

    >> 我想確定你是不是真的在做什麼

  • LITERALLY DROPPING TURKEYS OUT OF SOMETHING.

    真的是把火雞從某個地方扔出去了。

  • >> DROPPING TURKEYS OFF.

    >>滴滴火雞關。

  • >> Stephen: BECAUSE DOMESTIC TURKEYS ARE FLIGHTLESS AND THEY

    >> Stephen:因為國內的火雞是不會飛的,而且他們

  • WOULD JUST HIT THE GROUND LIKE A-- LIKE A FLIGHTLESS TURKEY.

    就會像... ...像一隻飛不起來的火雞一樣落在地上。

  • >> LIKE A FLIGHTLESS TURKEY.

    >> 像一隻無翼的火雞。

  • LIKE A PENGUIN.

    像一隻企鵝。

  • >> Stephen: WHAT ABOUT YOU?

    >> Stephen:你呢?

  • WHAT DO YOU DO FOR YOURSELF?

    你為自己做什麼?

  • BIRTHDAY MORNING IS IT ALL ABOUT MATTHEW, ALL DAY LONG?

    生日的早晨... ...一整天都是關於馬太福音的嗎?

  • >> WELL, TO SOME EXTENT.

    >> 好吧,在一定程度上。

  • LIKE THE LAST BIRTHDAY-- I JUST TURNED 51.

    就像上次的生日一樣... 我剛過了51歲生日。

  • I HAD AN HOUR WITH MYSELF, HAD A LITTLE INVENTORY --

    我有一個小時與自己,有一個小發明 -

  • >> Stephen: DON'T GLOSS OVER THAT.

    >> Stephen:不要忽視這一點。

  • WHAT DOES THAT MEAN "AN HOUR WITH YOURSELF."

    "與自己相處一小時 "是什麼意思?

  • >> A LITTLE REFLECTION TIME.

    >> 一點點的反思時間。

  • HOW WAS 50?

    如何什麼50?

  • >> Stephen: IN FRONT OF THE MIRROR?

    >> 史蒂芬:在鏡子前面?

  • >> OH, 100%, RIGHT IN FRONT OF THE MIRROR, YOU KNOW.

    >> 哦,100%,就在鏡前,你知道的。

  • NO, I WAS ACTUALLY OUTSIDE, CAUGHT A SUNRISE.

    不,我其實是在外面,看到了一個日出。

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S NICE.

    >> Stephen:這是很好的。

  • >> I DON'T CATCH MANY OF THOSE.

    >> 我沒抓到多少。

  • >> Stephen: ARE YOU A MORNING MAN?

    >> Stephen:你是個早起的人嗎?

  • >> NO, I'M A SUNSET DUDE.

    >> 不,我是一個日落的傢伙。

  • >> Stephen: YOU'RE A SUNSET DUDE.

    >> 你是一個日落的傢伙。

  • OKAY.

    好的。

  • >> ARE YOU A MORNING MAN?

    >> 你是個早起的人嗎?

  • >> Stephen: UH, NO.

    >> Stephen:呃,沒有。

  • NO.

    號碼:

  • I'M A-- >> ME EITHER.

    我是... ... 我也是。

  • >> I'M A MOON-RISE MAN.

    >> 我是一個月升人。

  • >> MOON RISE?

    >> MOON RISE?

  • IF YOU CAN PARLAY THAT SITUATION GET A SUNSET AND MOON-RISE

    如果你能利用這個星象得到一個日落和月升

  • HAPPENING AT THE SAME TIME.

    發生在同一時間。

  • >> Stephen: OH, SURE, THE SETTING SUN AND RISING MOON

    >> 史蒂芬:哦,當然,落日和升月。

  • MOVING IN PERFECT OPPOSITION AND CONCORDANCE.

    在完美的對立和協調中移動。

  • >> THAT'S-- THAT'S A BEAUTIFUL DANCE.

    >> 那是... ... 那是一個美麗的舞蹈。

  • >> Stephen: YEAH.

    >> Stephen:是的。

  • >> SO, YEAH, I HAD AN HOUR WITH MYSELF WITH THE SUNRISE ON MY

    >> 所以,是的,我和自己一起度過了一個小時,伴著太陽昇起在我的身上。

  • BIRTHDAY.

    生日。

  • I WENT BACK IN, SNUGGLED UP WITH MY WIFE FOR A FEW HOURS, AND WE

    我回到屋裡,和我的妻子擁抱了幾個小時,然後我們...

  • DID NOT COME OUT AND GREET THE DAY, THE REST OF THE FAMILY,

    沒有出來迎接這一天,其餘的家人。

  • UNTIL IT WAS LURCH TIME.

    直到它是LURCH時間。

  • GRABBED THE KIDDOS, WENT OUTSIDE, TURNED UP THE MUSH, HAD

    帶上孩子們,走到外面,打開了音樂,有了

  • AN OUTDOOR LUNCH AND TURNED INTO AN OUTDOOR DINNER AND WE WATCHED

    一個戶外的午餐,然後變成了戶外的晚餐,我們觀看了

  • "SURVIVOR," A SHOW WE WERE CATCHING UP ON.

    "SURVIVOR",一個我們正在追趕的節目。

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S A CBS PRODUCT, ISN'T IT?

    >> 史蒂芬:那是CBS的產品,不是嗎?

  • THERE YOU GO!

    你來了!

  • YOU PUSH THE I'LL PUSH THE WILD TURKEY, YOU PUSH THE CBS PRIME

    你推《我推野火雞》,你推《CBS PRIME》。

  • TIME.

    時間。

  • IT'S A DEAL!

    這是一個交易!

  • I HOPE YOU CHECK IT OUT SOME DAY.

    我希望你有一天能去看看。

  • I HAVE HEARD REALLY GOOD THINGS.

    我聽到了很多好話。

  • YOU SEEM LIKE A MAN SWHO A FONT OF WISDOM.

    你看起來就像一個充滿智慧的人.

  • >> AND NEED YOU, IF YOU DON'T MIND, TO GIVE SOME OF OUR

    >> 需要你,如果你不介意的話,給我們的一些。

  • VIEWERS SOME MATTHEW McCONA-HELP.

    觀眾一些MATTHEW McCONA -幫助。

  • FOR PEOPLE CELEBRATING FAMILY APART FROM FAMILY THIS YEAR.

    為慶祝今年與家人分開的人們。

  • DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR THEM?

    你有什麼建議給他們嗎?

  • IT'S THE SOUND THING TO DO.

    這是該做的事。

  • >> YEAH, LET'S SEE WHAT THE SOUND THING TO DO THIS

    >> 是的,讓我們來看看什麼聲音做這個。

  • THANKSGIVING TURKEY DAY.

    感恩節火雞日。

  • I WILL SAY THIS-- IT IS A GOOD TIME TO THINK ABOUT OH, LET'S

    我要說的是... 現在是思考的好時機... ...

  • SURVIVE, LET'S NOT THRIVE.

    生存,讓我們不要生存。

  • I KNOW YOU WANT TO GET TOGETHER WITH YOUR-- WITH ALL YOUR

    我知道你想和你的... ... 和你所有的人在一起。

  • FAMILY, COME FROM ALL OVER THE COUNTRY, BUT THIS YEAR MIGHT BE

    家人,來自全國各地,但今年可能是

  • A GOOD YEAR TO HOLD OFF ON THAT.

    今年是個不錯的年份,可以暫緩一下。

  • AND IF DO YOU THAT, THAT WILL BE-- THAT WILL BE BETTER THAN

    如果你這樣做,這將是... ... 這將是更好的比。

  • THE TURKEY WAS EVER GOING TO TASTE.

    火雞是永遠去的味道。

  • >> Stephen: AND HOW SWEET WILL NEXT THANKSGIVING BE?

    >> 史蒂芬:下一個感恩節會有多甜呢?

  • >> IT WILL BE SO SWEET.

    >> 它將是如此甜蜜。

  • >> Stephen: THERE WILL BE A GREAT-- GREAT RUBBING OF PARTS.

    >> 將會有一個巨大的... ...巨大的零件擦拭。

  • >> TWO YEARS' WORTH.

    >> 兩年的時間。

  • DOUBLE UP NEXT YEAR.

    明年加倍。

  • >> Stephen: YOU CAN DOUBLE UP ON THE PIE.

    >> 史蒂芬:你可以在派上加倍。

  • LET'S TALK GRATITUDE.

    讓我們來談談感恩。

  • WHAT ARE YOU GIVING THANKS FOR THIS YEAR, BIG OR SMALL?

    今年你要感謝什麼,是大是小?

  • LIKE, WHAT'S A SMALL THING YOU'RE GIVING THANKS FOR.

    就像,什麼是一個小東西 你要感謝。

  • >> SMALL THING.

    >> 小事一樁。

  • >> Stephen: WHAT ARE YOU GRATEFUL FOR.

    >> Stephen:你有什麼感激的。

  • >> THERE'S ONE RIGHT THERE.

    >> 有一個就在那裡。

  • AND I DO LOVE A REALLY NEW SHARP PAIR OF THESE.

    我很喜歡這雙新的銳利的鞋。

  • ( WHISTLES ).

    (哨聲):

  • >> Stephen: YOU LITERALLY LOOKED DOWN AND YOU HAD NAIL

    >> Stephen:你真的看了下,你有指甲

  • CLIPPERS IN FRONT OF YOU?

    剪刀在你面前?

  • >> GIVE ME A CUP OF WILD TURKEY LONG BRANCH WITH ONE ROCK IN IT,

    >> 給我一杯野火雞長枝酒,裡面加一塊石頭。

  • A GOOD HEADLAMP WITH A PRESH BATTERY AND A FRESH PAIR OF

    一個好的頭燈,配有一塊新的電池和一副新的電池。

  • CLIPPERS AND I'LL GO HAVE A 30-MINUTE SESSION WITH MY

    CLIPPERS和我要去有一個30分鐘的會議與我的。

  • FINGERS AND TOES.

    手指和腳趾。

  • IT'S ONE OF MY FAVORITE TIMES OF MY DAY.

    這是我每天最喜歡的時刻之一。

  • I LOVE A GOOD SHARP CLIPPER, NAIL CLIPPER.

    我愛一個好的鋒利的剪子,指甲剪。

  • >> Stephen: I DID NOT-- I DID NOT EXPECT THAT TO BE THE

    >> 斯蒂芬:我沒有--我沒有想到這是我的目標。

  • PLEASURE ZONE FOR MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY.

    馬特-麥克納格希的舒適區。

  • >> IT'S ONE OF THEM.

    >> 它是其中之一。

  • I HAVE THESE IN EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE.

    我家裡的每個房間都有這些東西。

  • THERE ARE 40 PAIR -- >> Stephen: REALLY?

    有40對 -- >> Stephen:真的嗎?

  • DO YOU JUST CLIP AT RANDOM AND THEY JUST FLY AROUND THE ROOM AT

    你只是隨機剪輯,他們只是在房間裡飛來飛去。

  • ALL TIMES?

    ALL TIMES?

  • ARE THERE DRIPS OF TO NAIL CLIPPINGS IN THE CORNER.

    有DRIPS的to NAIL CLIPPINGS在角落裡。

  • >> I HAVE MY ZONES, AND PROBABLY MY ZONES MAY TRESPASS ON THE

    >> 我有我的區域,而且可能我的區域可能會被超越。

  • OTHER PEOPLE IN THE FAMILY'S ZONE A LITTLE BIT, AND THEY GO,

    其他的人在家庭的區域一點點,他們去。

  • "THAT'S KIND OF RUDE."

    "那是一種粗魯。"

  • "OKAY, OKAY, HEADING OUTSIDE.

    "好了,好了,頭在外。

  • HEADING OUTSIDE."

    頭外。"

  • >> Stephen: YOU HAVE ADDED SOMETHING TO YOUR RESUME THIS

    >> 斯蒂芬: 你在你的履歷上增加了一些東西,這是你的履歷。

  • YEAR.

    年。

  • THE TIMES NUMBER-ONE BESTSELLER AUTHOR, YOUR MEMOIR,

    時代週刊排名第一的暢銷書作家,你的回憶錄。

  • "GREENLIGHTS," WENT TO NUMBER ONE.

    "綠燈",走到了第一號。

  • WHAT, MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY, DOES THAT MEAN?

    什麼,馬修-麥卡納奇,那是什麼意思?

  • WHAT'S "GREENLIGHTS"?

    什麼是 "GREENLIGHTS"?

  • >> CHECK THIS OUT.

    >> 看看這個。

  • GREEN LIGHTS.

    綠色的燈光。

  • WE LOVE GREEN LIGHTS.

    我們愛綠色的燈光。

  • THEY SAY YES, CARRY ON, ONWARD, THATTA BOY, THAT A GIRL.

    他們說是的,繼續前進,前進, Thatta男孩,那一個女孩。

  • WE DON'T LIKE THE RED LIGHTS.

    我們不喜歡紅色的燈光。

  • THEY MAKE THINGS HARD.

    他們讓事情變得很困難。

  • THE CRISES OR WHATEVER.

    的危機或什麼的。

  • THE RED AND YELLOW EVENTUALLY TURN GREEN, OR REVEAL ASSETS IN

    紅色和黃色的事件變綠,或揭示資產在

  • THE FUTURE, VIA LESSONS WE LEARN VIA THE YELLOW AND RED, AND THAT

    未來,通過我們通過黃色和紅色學到的教訓,以及那

  • MAKES THEM TURN GREEN.

    讓它們變綠。

  • AND THAT'S WHY I THINK LIFE IS ALL GREEN LIGHTS.

    這就是為什麼我認為生活都是綠色的燈光。

  • EVEN THE R REDS AND YELLOWS, THE CRISES WHEN WE'RE IN THEM.

    即使是紅色和黃色,危機,當我們在其中。

  • >> Stephen: I'M GLAD TO HEAR YOU'RE NOT TRASH TALKING REDS

    >> Stephen:我很高興聽到你不是在說紅軍的壞話。

  • AND YELLOWS.

    和黃色。

  • IF ALL LIGHTS WERE GREEN ALL THE TIME, PEOPLE WOULD BE SLAMMING

    如果所有的燈都是綠色的,人們就會抨擊。

  • INTO EACH OTHER.

    彼此之間的關係。

  • >> YOU WOULD GO FULL SPEED AND YOU WOULD BE DIZZY.

    >> 你會全速前進,然後你就會暈眩。

  • YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE THE REDS AND YELLOWS.

    你必須包括紅色和黃色。

  • >> Stephen: YOU INCLUDE A LOT OF WISDOMS AND BUMPER STICKER

    >> 斯蒂芬:你包含了很多的智慧和BUMPER STICKER。

  • SLOGANS IN HERE.

    在這裡的SLOGANS。

  • WHY DO YOU LOVE BUTCHER STICKER SLOGANS SO MUCH?

    你為什麼這麼喜歡布徹粘紙條?

  • >> YOU KNOW, IT'S ONE OF THE-- BUMPER STICKERS ARE SORT OF ONE

    >> 你知道,這是一個... ... 蜂鳴棒是某種程度上的一個。

  • OF THE BASTIONS OF REAL ACCEPTABLE FREE SPEECH.

    《真正可接受的自由言論的基礎》。

  • YOU GOTTA SAY-- BECAUSE THEY'RE A BUMPER STICKER, NOBODY TAKES

    你得說... 因為他們是踩踏者,所以沒人理他們

  • THEM THAT SERIOUSLY.

    他們那麼認真。

  • WHEN YOU SEE A BUMPER STICKER, YOU KNOW WHO SOMEBODY VOTED FOR.

    當你看到一個廣告條,你就知道有人投了誰的票。

  • YOU KNOW IF THEY HAVE A FAMILY.

    你知道他們是否有家庭。

  • YOU KNOW WHAT THEIR DENOMINATION IS.

    你知道他們的名字是什麼。

  • YOU KNOW IF THEY'RE A GUN CARRIER OR NOT.

    你知道他們是否是持槍者。

  • YOU CAN FIND OUT SO MUCH BY A BUMPER STICKER.

    你可以通過一個BUMPER STICKER發現這麼多。

  • AND WHAT I ALWAYS FIND FUN IS PULL UP ON A CAR, SEE A BUMPER

    而我一直覺得好玩的是,拉起一輛車,看到一個緩衝器。

  • STICKER AND IMMEDIATELY GET AN IMAGE OF WHO IS BEHIND THE WHEEL

    粘性,並立即得到誰是車輪後面的影像

  • AND PULL UP NEXT TO THAT CAR AND SEE IF THE PERSON DRIVING FITS

    然後把車停在那輛車旁邊,看看開車的人是否合適。

  • THE IMAGE YOU HAD VIA THE BUMPER STICKER.

    你通過保險槓的影像。

  • OR VICE VERSA, YOU SEE SOMEBODY BEHIND YOU, THEY PULL BY AND SEE

    或者反過來說,你看到有人在你後面,他們就會拉過你,然後看到你。

  • A BUMPER STICKER AND MAY BE EXACTLY WHAT YOU THOUGHT AND

    一根棍子,可能正是你所想的,也可能是你所想的。

  • MAYBE SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

    也許是不同的東西。

  • >> Stephen: MAYBE HOW ABOUT THIS: I THINK YOU CAN LEARN

    >> Stephen:也許這樣如何:我想你可以學習。

  • THINGS FROM PEOPLE'S BUMPER STICKERS.

    從人們的BUMPER STICKERS的東西。

  • INSTEAD OF AN APP LIKE TINDER, YOU TAKE A PHOTO OF A BUMPER

    除了像TINDER這樣的APP,你還可以拍下緩衝器的照片。

  • STICKER AND PEOPLE JUDGE WHETHER THEY WANT TO MEET YOU BASED ON

    貼紙和人們判斷他們是否想滿足你的基礎上,。

  • THAT.

    那。

  • >> HEY, TALKING SUNSETS AND SUNRISES NOW, AREN'T WE?

    >> 嘿,現在正在談論日落和日出,不是嗎?

  • THAT WOULD WORK.

    這將工作。

  • >> Stephen: IS IT TRUE-- I HEARD YOU SAY THAT YOU MIGHT

    >> Stephen:是真的嗎 -- 我聽說你說你可能會...

  • CONSIDER RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR IN TEXAS?

    考慮在德克薩斯州競選州長?

  • MR. McCONAUGHEY, WILL YOU RUN FOR GOVERNOR OF TEXAS?

    麥卡努奇先生麥庫克希先生,你會不會競選德州州長?

  • IT'S A SIMPLE ANSWER: YES OR HELL YES.

    這是一個簡單的答案。是或地獄是。

  • WHICH ONE IS IT?

    是哪一個?

  • >> I HAVE NO PLANS TO DO THAT RIGHT NOW.

    >> 我現在還沒打算這麼做。

  • AS I SAID, THAT WOULD BE UP TO --

    我說過,這取決於... ...

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S SUCH A POLITICAL ANSWER!

    >> Stephen:這真是一個政治性的答案!

  • THAT'S THE POLITICAL ANSWER: I HAVE NO PLANS AT THIS POINT.

    這就是政治上的答案。我沒有計劃在這一點上。

  • OBVIOUSLY I HAVE TO DISCUSS IT WITH MY FAMILY AND MY SPIRITUAL

    顯然,我必須與我的家人和我的精神人士討論這個問題。

  • ADVISER.

    顧問:

  • >> WELL, THAT WOULD BE TRUE AS