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  • OUR FIRST GUEST IS A HUGELY POPULAR STAND-UP COMEDIAN,

    OUR FIRST GUEST IS A HUGELY POPULAR STAND-UP COMEDIAN,

  • ACTOR, AUTHOR, AND COMMENTATOR ON "CBS SUNDAY MORNING."

    俳優、作家、コメンテーター "CBSサンデーモーニング "の

  • WHAT A JOY TO TALK TO HIM TODAY.

    今日は彼と話せて光栄です。

  • AND WE NEED HIM NOW MORE THAN EVER, PLEASE WELCOME MR. JIM

    今まで以上に彼を必要としています 歓迎してくださいジム

  • GAFFIGAN IS ON THE SHOW, JIM T IS NO NICE TO SEE YOU, IT HAS

    ガフィガンが出演していますが、ジム・ティはお目にかかれません。

  • BEEN A CRAZY DAY WITH EVERYTHING GOING ON.

    BEEN A CRAZY DAY WITH EVERYTHING GOING ON.

  • HOW ARE THE GAFFIGANS HOLDING UP?

    HOW ARE THE GAFFIGANS HOLDING UP?

  • >> OH MY GOSH, YOU KNOW, I DON'T-- YOU KNOW, WE-- I GUESS

    >> オーマイゴッシュ、あなたは知っている、私は知らない、あなたは知っている、私たちは...私は推測します。

  • WE HAD THESE NAIVE EXPECTATIONS THAT ONCE 2021 WOULD START THAT

    WE HAD THESE NAIVE EXPECTATIONS THAT ONCE 2021 WOULD START THAT

  • IT WOULD JUST BE ALL, YOU KNOW, GRAVY.

    IT WOULD JUST BE ALL, YOU KNOW, GRAVY.

  • AND LIKE YOU KNOW, CONTEMPLATING WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO ONCE THE

    AND LIKE YOU KNOW, CONTEMPLATING WHAT WE ARE GOING TO DO ONCE THE

  • PANDEMIC IS OVER.

    PANDEMIC IS OVER.

  • BUT IT IS GETTING CRAZY AND CRAZY AND TODAY IS JUST ABSURD.

    しかし、それはクレイジーになってきていて、クレイジーでクレイジーで、今日はまさにABSURDです。

  • IT'S A LEVEL OF ABSURDITY AND LIKE EVERYONE, I WAS WATCHING

    みんなと同じように見ていました

  • SAYING-- THINGS HAPPEN ON THE NEWS.

    SAYING-- THINGS HAPPEN ON THE NEWS.

  • AND I WAS READING ALONG ON TWITTER.

    そして私はツイッターで読み続けていました。

  • AND WHAT I THOUGHT OF, WAS BECAUSE HERE I AM KIND OF RIDING

    私が考えたのは、ここでの私の走り方だからです。

  • OUT THE PANDEMIC WITH MY FIVE CHILDREN.

    OUT THE PANDEMIC WITH MY FIVE CHILDREN.

  • I WAS THINKING HOW AM I GOING TO EXPLAIN THIS TO MY KIDS.

    どうやって子供たちに説明すればいいのか考えていました。

  • OR HOW IS HISTORY GOING TO EXPLAIN IT.

    歴史はどうやって説明するんだ?

  • SO MANY PEOPLE WERE DOING SUCH AMAZING COMEN TEAR STUFF ON

    SO MANY PEOPLE WERE DOING SUCH AMAZING COMEN TEAR STUFF ON

  • TWITTER.

    TWITTER.

  • SO I JUST DECIDED TO, I TALKED ABOUT IT FROM A HISTORICAL

    そう決めて、歴史的な視点から話してみました。

  • PERSPECTIVE, KIND OF LIKE YOU KNOW IN MY MIND, WE'VE ALL

    視点、あなたが私の心の中で知っているような種類の、私たちはすべてを持っています。

  • WALKED THIS SLOW BUILD OF THIS CHAOS, YOU KNOW, AND SO WHAT

    WALKED THIS SLOW BUILD OF THIS CHAOS, YOU KNOW, AND SO WHAT

  • CAME TO MIND WAS THIS IDEA.

    頭に浮かんだのはこのアイデアだった。

  • AND THEN THE TRUMP SUPPORTERS STORMED THE CAPITOL BUILDING,

    そしてトランプ支持者は議会議事堂を襲撃しました。

  • AND THE REPUBLICANS STILL DID NOTHING.

    共和党は何もしなかった

  • DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?

    DO YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN?

  • IT'S JUST THIS WEIRD THING.

    こんな奇妙なことがあるんだ

  • YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT, EVEN WHEN YOU DID MAYBE I'M

    YOU KNOW, WHEN YOU THINK ABOUT, EVEN WHEN YOU DID MAYBE I'M

  • AMAZED, I MEAN THATS WITH A LIFETIME AGO, YOU KNOW WHAT I

    驚いた、私が何をしているか知っていますか?

  • MEAN.

    だろうな。

  • >> IT WAS A DECADE AGO.

    >> 10年前の話です。

  • YOU ARE RIGHT, BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE THERE HAVE BEEN SO MANY

    YOU ARE RIGHT, BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE THERE HAVE BEEN SO MANY

  • INSTANCES OVER THE PAST, CERTAINLY 12 MONTHS.

    過去12ヶ月間のインスタグラム。

  • ACTUALLY FOUR YEARS, REALLY, WHERE I'VE HAD THE FEELING OR I

    実際に4年間、本当にこの感覚を持っていたか、持っていたか

  • HAVE HAD THE CONVERSATION WITH MY LIFE, HOW DO WE EXPLAIN THIS

    HAVE HAD THE CONVERSATION WITH MY LIFE, HOW DO WE EXPLAIN THIS

  • TO THE KIDS.

    TO THE KIDS.

  • BECAUSE THEY'LL SEE SOMETHING GOING ON.

    何かが起きているのを見てしまうからだ

  • AND I THINK THAT'S QUITE AN INTERESTING WAY TO DO IT REALLY

    本当に面白いやり方だと思います。

  • IS TO THINK ABOUT IT AS BEING IN THE PAST.

    過去にあるように考えることです。

  • AND THEN THIS HAPPENS, DO YOU KNOW, WHICH IS HOW YOU EXPLAIN

    AND THEN THIS HAPPENS, DO YOU KNOW, WHICH IS HOW YOU EXPLAIN

  • TERRIBLE ATROCITIES THROUGHOUT HISTORY TO CHILDREN.

    子供たちへの歴史を通じた残虐行為。

  • AND.

    と。

  • >> YEAH, SO I DID, I DON'T KNOW IF YOU WANT ME TO READ THESE, IT

    >> 読んだけど、これを読んで欲しいかどうかはわからない。

  • IS FUNNY BECAUSE I WAS, YOU KNOW, BEFORE THIS I HAD DINNER

    私は、あなたが知っているので、私がいたので、私は夕食を食べる前に、あなたが知っているので、面白いです。

  • WITH MY KIDS AND I ENDED UP READING THEM TO THEM.

    WITH MY KIDS AND I ENDED UP READING THEM TO THEM.

  • BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY, WE'RE ALL KIND OF GOING THROUGH THIS.

    BECAUSE OBVIOUSLY, WE'RE ALL KIND OF GOING THROUGH THIS.

  • AND WHATEVER -- HOWEVER WE DIGEST THIS OR THE LEVEL OF CAR

    これが何であろうと 車のレベルが何であろうと

  • THAR SIS WE CAN GRASP ON TO IS WHAT WE ARE HOLDING ON TO.

    私たちが掴んでいるのは、私たちが掴んでいるものです。

  • AND THEN THE TRUMP SUPPORTERS STORMED THE CAPITOL AND THE

    そして、トランプ支持者は、議会と議会を襲撃した。

  • REPUBLICAN PARTY STILL DID NOTHING.

    共和党はまだ何もしていない。

  • AND THEN SOMEONE COMMENTED THEN WHAT HAPPENED, DADDY.

    そして誰かがコメントしてくれたんだ その時の出来事を

  • THIS GUY JOE REYNOLDS, THEN WHAT HAPPENS, AND SO THEN I JUST KIND

    ジョー・レイノルズという男がいて 何が起きたかというと... 私はただ...

  • OF PLAYED OFF IT.

    OF PLAYED OFF IT.

  • THEN WHAT HAPPENED, DADDY, WELL, THEN TRAITORRIST COWARDLY

    それから何が起こったのか、お父さん、まあ、それに加えて、卑怯な訓練生。

  • REPUBLICAN PRAISED THAT PEOPLE WOULD FORGET ABOUT THEIR

    共和党は、国民が自分のことを忘れることを賞賛した。

  • SEDITIOUS BEHAVIOR, DADDY, DID PEOPLE FORGET THAT REPUBLICANS

    思慮深い行動、パパ、みんな共和党を忘れたの?

  • CAVED TO EVERYTHING TRUMP WANTED?

    トランプが望んだことに 屈したのか?

  • OUT OF FEAR OF FACING A PRIMARY CHALLENGE?

    第一の課題に直面するのを恐れて?

  • WELL, SON, THAT IS WHY WE TELL THIS STORY.

    息子よ、それがこの話をする理由だ

  • SO PEOPLE KNOW THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WAS REBRANDED.

    SO PEOPLE KNOW THE REPUBLICAN PARTY WAS REBRANDED.

  • THEY HAVE TO BE.

    THEY HAVE TO BE.

  • DADDY, WHAT IS REBRANDED.

    DADDY、何がリブランドされたの?

  • >> IT IS WHEN A PRODUCT OR IN THIS CASE A POLITICAL PARTY IS

    >> それは、製品またはこの場合の政治的政党がある場合です。

  • SO TOXIC THAT THEY MUST HIDE WHO THEY ARE.

    SO TOXIC THAT THEY MUST HIDE WHO THEY ARE.

  • WOW, THOSE REPUBLICANS WERE COWARDLY, DADDY.

    WOW, THOSE REPUBLICANS WERE COWARDLY, DADDY.

  • >> YES, SON, THEY WERE, AND THEY STILL ARE, BUT THEY WERE ALSO

    >> そうだ、息子よ、彼らはそうだったし、今もそうだが、彼らはまたそうだった。

  • WILDLY AMBITIOUS, TED CRUZ, MARCO RUBIO AND JOSH HAWLEY ALL

    WILDLY AMBITIOUS, TED CRUZ, MARCO RUBIO, JOSH HAWLEY ALL.

  • KNEW BETTER, BUT THEY WERE CONSUMED WITH AMBITION.

    KNEW BETTER, BUT THEY WERE CONSUMED WITH AMBITION.

  • AND AMBITION FOR WHAT, DADDY, TO BE PRESIDENT.

    そして大統領になるために何をするのか?

  • THAT'S RIGHT, SON, THEY WANTED TO TAKE OVER THE REPUBLICAN

    THAT'S RIGHT, SON, THEY WANTED TO TAKE OVER THE REPUBLICAN

  • PARTY WHEN TRUMP WENT TO JAIL.

    トランプが刑務所に入った時のパーティー。

  • OR THEY WANTED TO BE A BIG JOB ON FOX NEWS.

    あるいはFOXニュースの大物になりたがっていた。

  • >> DADDY, WHAT WAS FOX NEWS, WAS THAT A NETWORK.

    >> FOXニュースって何だったの?それってネットワーク?

  • >> WELL, FOX NEWS WAS THE PROPAGANDA ARM OF THE REPUBLICAN

    >> FOXニュースは共和党のプロパガンダ部隊だった。

  • PARTY FILLED WITH CRAZY MEN AND MOSTLY BLOND WOMEN.

    狂ったような男と色男の女性で満たされたパーティー。

  • >> DADDY S THAT WHY PEOPLE MAKE DUMB BLOND JOKES.

    >> >> DADDY'S THAT WHY PEOPLE MAKE DUMBLE BLOND BLOND JOKES.

  • >> HA HA HA, NOT ALL BLOBDS ARE.

    >> wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

  • >> I USED TO HAVE BLOND HAIR.

    >> I USED TO HAVE BLOND HAIR.

  • >> YOU HAD HAIR WHEN TRUMP WAS PRESIDENT.

    >> トランプが大統領だった時、あなたは髪の毛を持っていた。

  • >> A LITTLES WITH AND IT GOES ON AND ON.

    >> リトレスと一緒で、それが延々と続いている。

  • AND IT'S JUST, IT WAS SOMETHING THAT WAS CATH ARTHIC TO KIND OF

    ただ、それは、それはある種のキャッチーなものでした。

  • DIGEST THIS CHAOS BECAUSE WE ALL HAVE KNOWN ALL THESE-- IT IS SO

    DIGEST THIS CHAOS BECAUSE WE ALL HAVE KNOWN ALL THESE-- IT IS SO

  • WEIRD TO WITNESS THIS, AND SEE IT HAPPEN AND SEE THESE PEOPLE

    これを目撃し、それが起こるのを見て、この人々を見るのは奇妙だ。

  • THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO KEEP HIM IN CHECK NOT DO IT OUT OF WHAT I

    THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO KEEP HIM IN CHECK NOT DO IT OUT OF WHAT I

  • BELIEVE IS FEAR.

    BELIEVE IS FEAR.

  • AND IT IS JUST, IN THE END YOU HAVE TO HAVE SOME PRINCIPLES.

    AND IT IS JUST, IN THE END YOU HAVE TO HAVE SOME PRINCIPLES.

  • >> James: WHAT IS STRANGE, I DON'T KNOW ABOUT YOU, BUT KIND

    >> ジェームズ何が変なのか あなたのことは知らないけど親切だわ

  • OF IN THE SORT OF MAYBE MONTH LEADING UP TO THE ELECTION, I

    選挙までの1ヶ月の間に、私は

  • FIND MYSELF HAVING CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE AND THEY SAY THINGS

    FIND MYSELF HAVING CONVERSATIONS WITH PEOPLE AND THEY SAY THINGS

  • LIKE IT'S GOING TO GET REALLY UGLY.

    LIKE IT'S GOING TO GET REALLY UGLY.

  • YOU WATCH, IT'S GOING TO GET REALLY UGLY.

    YOU WATCH, IT'S GOING TO GET REALLY UGLY.

  • THERE'S GOING TO BE SOME REAL CIVIL UNREST.

    市民の反乱が起きるぞ

  • AND THEN THE ELECTION HAPPENED AND OBVIOUSLY IT TOOK LONGER

    そして、選挙が起こり、明らかにそれはより長くかかった。

  • THAN PERHAPS PEOPLE THOUGHT IT WAS GOING TO.

    人々はそうなると思っていました。

  • AND BY THE SUNDAY WHEN BIDEN WAS ANNOUNCED, IS IT GOING TO, IT

    AND BY THE SUNDAY WHEN BIDEN WAS ANNOUNCED, IS IT GOING TO, IT

  • SORT OF DIDN'T.

    しなかったような気がする

  • AND THEN NOW WITH THE RUNOFF IN GEORGIA, SEEING WHAT HAS

    そして今、ジョージア州での暴走で、何が起きたのかを見ていると

  • HAPPENED TODAY, PART OF ME FEELS LIKE, WELL, WHO COULD HAVE

    今日のことがあって、私の一部はそう感じています、まあ、誰にもできなかったことです。

  • PREDICTED THIS, OH, THAT'S RIGHT, EVERYONE.

    これを予測していたんだ、ああ、その通りだ、みんな。

  • LIKE WE KNEW THAT IT WAS-- IT WAS COMING AT SOME POINT.

    私たちは知っていたように...いつかは来ると思っていました。

  • IT WOULD JUST SORT OF BUBBLE UP IN THAT WAY, YOU KNOW.

    そのように膨れ上がっていくんだよ

  • >> WELL, I THINK IT'S INCREDIBLE BECAUSE I'M NOT A POLITICIAN, I

    >> 私は政治家ではないので、信じられないことだと思いますが、私は政治家ではありません。

  • USED TO DO STANDUP COMEDY, I WOULD LIKE TO RETURN TO IT

    以前はスタンダップコメディをやっていたので、またやりたいです。

  • EVENTUALLY ONE DAY, I LIKE TO ACT.

    ある日突然、私は行動するのが好きになりました。

  • BUT THE THING IS, THE REASON I'M NOT A POLITICIAN IS BECAUSE I AM

    でも問題は 私が政治家でない理由は 私が政治家だからです

  • A COWARD.

    卑怯者

  • THE REASON I RESPECT THE MILITARY IS BECAUSE OF THEIR

    私が軍人を尊敬する理由は、そのためです。

  • BRAVERY.

    蛮行だ

  • AND THE POLITICIANS ARE SUPPOSED TO STAND UP FOR THE PRINCIPLES

    政治家は原則に立ち向かうことになっています。

  • THAT THEY BELIEVE IN.

    彼らは信じている

  • THEY WANTED TO SERVE THE GREATER GOOD.

    THEY WANTED TO SERVE THE GREATER GOOD.

  • AND SO I AM NOT SAYING THAT POLITICIANS ARE SUPPOSED TO BE

    だから、政治家はこうあるべきだと言っているわけではありません。

  • PERFECT BUT LIKE AT LEAST DO SOME OF IT.

    完璧だが、少なくともそれの一部を行うようにしたい。

  • YOU KNOW, IT'S LIKE I UNDERSTAND THAT THESE PEOPLE DON'T WANT TO

    あのね、まるで私が理解しているように、この人たちが望んでいないことを

  • BE PRIMARIED OR THEY WANT TO BE ABLE TO GO TO THEIR COUNTRY CLUB

    プリマリアンになるか、あるいは自分の国のクラブに行けるようになることを望んでいる

  • AND NOT BE HARASSED.

    そして、嫌がらせを受けないこと。

  • BUT LIKE YOU GOT TO DO YOUR JOSH.

    BUT LIKE YOU GOT TO DO YOUR JOSH.

  • YOU GOT TO DO YOUR JOB.

    自分の仕事をしろ

  • IT'S LIKE ALL THESE PEOPLE THAT ARE PROTESTING, I DON'T

    IT'S LIKE ALL THESE PEOPLE THAT ARE PROTESTING, I DON'T

  • NECESSARILY BLAME THEM.

    NECESSARILY BLAME THEM.

  • I BLAME THE INABILITY OF PEOPLE JUST TO STAND UP TO WHAT WE KNOW

    I BLAME THE INABILITY OF PEOPLE JUST TO STAND UP TO WHAT WE KNOW

  • IS A BULLY.

    IS A BULLY.

  • AND IT IS WEIRD, AS A PARENT AND BEING TRAPPED WITH MY FAMILY FOR

    親としても変だし、家族と一緒にいるのも変だし。

  • TEN MONTHS, IT ONLY HEIGHTENS THE RESPONSIBILITY.

    10ヶ月で責任感が増すだけだ

  • IT'S LIKE OUR KIDS ARE WATCHING.

    IT'S LIKE OUR KIDS ARE WATCHING.

  • IT'S LIKE, IT'S NOT AS IF HISTORY IS NOT GOING TO REVEAL

    まるで歴史が明らかにしないように

  • THAT TRUMP WAS WILDLY CORRUPT, THAT THESE REPUBLICANS THAT

    トランプが野生的に堕落していたということ、これらの共和党が

  • WHATEVER, THAT MITCH MCCONNELL SPEECH WAS THE RIGHT THING TO

    何はともあれ ミッチ・マコネルの演説は正しいことだった

  • DO, THAT IT WAS RIGHT FOR ROMNEY TO STAND UP AND SAY WHAT HE SAID

    ロムニーが立ち上がって言ったことを言うのは正しいことだと思います。

  • IT IS LIKE HISTORY IS GOING TO SHOW THIS.

    まるで歴史が示しているかのように。

  • SO ARE YOU DOING IT SO YOU CAN ENJOY YOUR APPETIZER AT A

    SO ARE YOU DOING IT SO YOU CAN ENJOY YOUR APPETIZER AT A

  • COUNTRY CLUB?

    カントリークラブ?

  • IT IS LIKE HOW SHORT SIGHTED CAN YOU BE.

    IT IS LIKE HOW SHORT SIGHTED CAN YOU BE.

  • ANYWAY, THAT IS WHY I AM RUNNING FOR SENATOR.

    とにかく それが私が上院議員に立候補する理由です

  • NO, I'M NOT.

    いや、そうじゃない

  • I DON'T WANT TO BE A POLITICIAN.

    政治家にはなりたくない

  • IT IS WEIRD BECAUSE I FEEL LIKE YOU AND I, NOT ONLY ARE WE, YOU

    私はあなたと私のような気がするから変なのよ 私たちだけじゃなくて あなたもよ

  • KNOW, WE'RE KIND OF LIKE YOUR BRITISH VERSION OF ME AND--

    俺たちはイギリス版の俺に似ていて...

  • THERE IS PART OF ME THAT I FEEL THERE IS A CERTAIN, I DON'T

    私の中には、確かなものがあると感じる部分がありますが、そうではありません。

  • WANT TO YOU KNOW LIKE-- I LIKE OBSERVING POLITICS.

    私は政治を観察するのが好きなんだ

  • I DON'T WANT TO BE INVOLVED.

    巻き込まれたくない

  • I AM A FAN OF DEMOCRACY, I'M A FAN OF PEOPLE THAT SERVE,

    私は民主主義のファンです。私は奉仕する人々のファンです。

  • PEOPLE, THE MILITARY, THESE POLITICAL LEADERS THAT GIVE

    人々、軍部、政治的指導者たちが与えるもの

  • THEIR LIVES TO SERVE THEIR COMMUNITY.

    THEIR LIVES TO SERVE THEIR COMMUNITY.

  • I HAVE RESPECT FOR THAT BUT I DON'T WANT TO DO THAT.

    尊敬はしているが、それはしたくない。

  • I WANT THE NEWS TO BE BORING AGAIN.

    I WANT THE NEWS TO BE BORING AGAIN.

  • AND IT IS ALMOST AS IF, AND I'M SPEAKING TO YOU, IT IS LIKE WE

    AND IT IS ALMOST AS IF, AND I'M SPEAKING TO YOU, IT IS LIKE WE

  • KEEP GETTING DRAGGED INTO THIS.

    この中に引きずり込まれてください。

  • STAND NOT KIND OF IN MY PERSONALITY,.

    私の個人的な性格の中では、スタンドの種類ではありません。

  • >> James: NOT IN ANYWAY.

    >> ジェームズとにかくない。

  • THAT IS HOW I FEEL ALL THE TIME.

    THAT IS HOW I FEEL ALL THE TIME.

  • I MEAN LOOK, WE'RE DOING THIS SHOW IN MY GARAGE BECAUSE OF AN

    このショーを家のガレージでやるのは理由があるからだ

  • ABSOLUTE LACK OF LEADERSHIP AND CLEAR MESSAGING, THAT IS WHAT IT

    リーダーシップと明確なメッセージ性が全く欠如している。

  • IS DOWN TO.

    下まで来た

  • ALL OF IT.

    全部だ

  • YOU WOULD THINK, YOU WOULD THINK THAT, IT WAS INTERESTING YOU

    君はそう思うだろう、そう思うだろう、興味があるだろう

  • SAYING THAT, ABOUT THE MITCH MCCONNELL, THE RUBIO, THE TED

    それを言うと、ミッチ・マコネル、ルビオ、テッドについては

  • CRUZS.

    クルズ

  • YOU WOULD THINK THAT THEY WOULD LOOK AT, YOU KNOW, SOMEONE LIKE

    YOU WOULD THINK THAT THEY WOULD LOOK AT, YOU KNOW, SOMEONE LIKE

  • STACEY ABRAMS AND WHAT SHE HAS MANAGED TO DO.

    STACEY ABRAMSと彼女が成し遂げたこと

  • AND THE VOLUME OF SUSPECT THAT IS COMING HER WAY AND RIGHTLY

    AND THE VOLUME OF SUSPECT THAT IS COMING HER WAY AND RIGHTLY

  • SO.

    そうです。

  • AND SHOULD CONTINUE TO DO SO BECAUSE OF DECADES FOR WHAT SHE

    何十年にもわたって彼女が何をしてきたのか、そのためにそうし続けるべきなのです。

  • HAS DONE FOR, YOU KNOW, ON THE GROUND, GROUND ROOTS POLITICS.

    あなたが知っている、あなたのためにしてきました、地面に、地面の根の政治。

  • YOU WOULD THINK IN A WAY THEY WOULD LOOK AND GO OH, I

    あなたは彼らが見て行くように考えているだろうああ、私は

  • SHOULD-- I SHOULD BE MORE LIKE THAT, THAT-- I SHOULD HAVE-- I

    そうすべきだった...そうすべきだった...そうすべきだった...そうすべきだった...そうすべきだった...

  • SHOULD STAND FOR SOMETHING.

    何かを表すべきだ

  • >> RIGHT?

    >> RIGHT?

  • IT'S-- FOR ME IT'S JUST MADNESS BECAUSE I DON'T BELIEVE THE 74

    それは... 私にとってはただの狂気だわ 74年のことが信じられないから

  • MILLION PEOPLE THAT VOTED FOR TRUMP, I DON'T THINK THEY WANTED

    トランプに投票した百万人は、私は彼らが望んでいたとは思いません。

  • THIS.

    これだ

  • THEY DIDN'T WANT PEOPLE STORMING THE CAPITOL.

    彼らは人々がキャピタルを 襲撃することを望んでいませんでした

  • BUT THEY WERE PRESENTED WITH A DECISION AND THEY CHOSE WHAT

    しかし、彼らは決断を迫られ、何を選択したのかを提示された。

  • THEY THOUGHT WAS THE LESSER OF TWO EVILS.

    彼らは2つの悪のうちの1つだと思った。

  • I DISAGREE COMPLETELY.

    I DISAGREE COMPLETELY.

  • BUT IT'S JUST LIKE, YOU KNOW, IT BOTHERS ME, IT KIND OF LIKE,

    でも、それはただ、あなたが知っているように、それは私を隔てている、それは一種のようなものです。

  • DURING THIS PANDEMIC I HAVE HAD TO BECOME THIS MORNING PERSON

    呪われた日々の中で 私はこんな朝を迎える人間にならざるを得なかった

  • WHERE I HAVE TO WAKE EVERYONE UP.

    WHERE I HAVE TO WAKE EVERYONE UP.

  • I DON'T WANT TO DO THAT BUT THAT'S MY RESPONSIBILITY AS A

    そんなことはしたくないが、それは私の責任だ。

  • PARENT.

    PARENT.

  • AND THE FACT THAT LIKE YOU KNOW, I DON'T WANT THIS, USE MY SOCIAL

    あなたが知っているように 私はこれを望んでいません 私の社会性を利用してください

  • MEDIA TO KIND OF TAKE THESE SWIPES AT THESE COWARDS.

    メディアは、これらのクワーダーズへの親切なスワイプを取るために。

  • I WANT TO DO FOOD JOKES.

    FOOD JOKESをやりたい。

  • I WANT TO, YOU KNOW, TALK ABOUT BEING LAZY.

    怠け者であることについて話したいんだが

  • I WANT TO ROMANT SIZE THE DORM ANSI OF WHAT I ASPIRE TO.

    私は、私が目指しているものの寮のANSIをROMANT SIZEにしたいと思っています。

  • BUT IF NO ONE ELSE IS GOING TO DO IT, YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN,

    でも、誰もやらないなら、意味はわかるでしょ?

  • IT'S STRANGE.

    IT'S STRANGE.

  • YOU KNOW, THIS WHOLE PANDEMIC HAS CHANGED ME COMPLETELY.

    YOU KNOW, THIS WHOLE PANDEMIC HAS CHANGED ME COMPLETELY.

  • I AM SOMEBODY WHO RAILS AGAINST VEGETABLES AND THEN DURING THE

    私は誰が野菜に反対し、その間にレールに乗っている人です。

  • PANDEMIC I GREW A GARDEN.

    PANDEMIC I GROW A GARDEN.

  • I AM SOMEBODY WHO CRITICIZED AND MADE FUN OF HIKING BUT DURING

    私は、ハイキングを批判して楽しんだ人ですが、その間にも

  • THE PANDEMIC IT IS THE MOST SAFE FORM OF EXERCISE OUTSIDE YOU CAN

    パンデミックそれはあなたができる屋外での運動の最も安全な形式です。

  • DO.

    DO.

  • AND YOU CAN DO IT WITH YOUR KIDS.

    AND YOU CAN DO IT WITH YOUR KIDS.

  • AND YOU KNOW IT'S LIKE I DID FIVE MINUTES ON WINTER

    私が冬の5分間の番組を見たようなものよ

  • ACTIVITIES AND HOW RIDICULOUS THEY ARE AND MADE FUN OF

    アクティビティとそれがどれほど滑稽なものであるか、そしてそれをからかったのか

  • CANADIANS FOR HAVING OUTDOOR FESTIVALS.

    アウトドアフェスティバルを開催するためのカナダ人。

  • AND YOU KNOW, IN EARLY DECEMBER I BOUGHT A PAIR OF CROSS COUNTRY

    知っての通り、12月の初めにクロスカントリーのペアを買ったんだ。

  • SKIS BECAUSE I AM ESSENTIALLY, I'M DISMANTLING MY WHOLE ACT.

    SKIS BECAUSE I AM ESSENTIALLY, I'M DISMANTLING MY WHOLE ACT.

  • >> James: HANG ON, WHY WOULD YOU BUY CROSS COUNTRY SKIS.

    >>ジェームスHANG ON, WHY WOULD YOU BUY CROSS COUNTRY SKIS.

  • >> BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN WAITING OUT THIS PANDEMIC WITH MY

    >> BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN WAITING OUT THIS PANDEMIC WITH MY

  • FAMILY.

    FAMILY.

  • AND TO GET OUT AND TO HAVE SOME KIND OF, SOME TIME ALONE.

    そして、外に出て、ある種の、ある種の、ある種の時間を一人で過ごすこと。

  • IT'S JUST SOMETHING THAT IT IS STRANGE.

    それはちょっとしたことで、それは奇妙なことなんです。

  • AND THERE IS SOMETHING PEACEFUL ABOUT IT, HAVE I ONLY DONE IT

    何か平和的な感じがしますが、私はまだ一度しかやったことがありません。

  • TWICE.

    TWICE.

  • I DID IT AS A TEENAGER AND DES PIESED IT.

    ティーンエイジャーの時にやってたんだけど、それをDES PIESEDしたんだ。

  • BUT LIKE I DON'T KNOW, THIS IS, LIKE IF THIS PANDEMIC GOES ON

    でも私が知らないように、これは、これは、このパンデミックが続く場合のように、です。

  • FOR ANOTHER THREE MONTHS I WILL PROBABLY BE A VEGETARIAN.

    あと3ヶ月間、私はベジタリアンになるかもしれない。

  • I DON'T KNOW WHAT IS GOING TO HAPPEN.

    何が起こるのか分からない

  • >> James: BUT THE CROSS COUNTRY SKIING MAKES NO SENSE TO

    >>ジェームスしかし、クロスカントリースキーには意味がありません。

  • ME.

    me.

  • BECAUSE IT FEELS LIKE IT'S SLOWER THAN WALKING.

    BECAUSE IT FEELS IT'S LIKE IT'S SLOWER THAN WALKING.

  • I FEEL LIKE THE SKIS DOWN HILL I UNDERSTAND.

    丘を下るスキーのような気がします。

  • SOMEONE AT ONE POINT WENT WE NEED TO GET DOWN THERE FAST.

    誰かが1つのポイントにいて 速く降りる必要があるんだ

  • >> WELL, IF WE SLIDE DOWN ON THESE IT WILL BE FASTER.

    >> これをスライドさせれば、もっと速くなるだろう。

  • BUT KRS COUNTRY SKIS IT JUST SEEMS TO ME TO JUST BE GOING-- ,

    しかし、KRSカントリースキーは、それが私にはちょうど行くように見えます - .

  • IS EXHAUSTING.

    興奮します。

  • >> IT IS THE ELLIPTICAL T IS THE NORDIC TRACK, THAT IS WHAT CROSS

    >> IT IS THE ELLIPTICAL T IS THE NORDIC TRACK, THAT IS WHAT CROSS

  • COUNTRY SKIING IS, BUT THERE IS SOMETHING KIND OF PEACEFUL AND

    カントリースキーはそうですが、どこか平和的で穏やかな雰囲気があります。

  • YOU KNOW, DURING THE PANDEMIC, YOU KNOW, I NORMALLY TRAVEL

    YOU KNOW, DURING THE PANDEMIC, YOU KNOW, I NORMALLY TRAVEL

  • CONSTANTLY.

    CONSTANTLY.

  • I'M NORMALLY GOING OUT TO DINNER AFTER A SHOW, THAT IS MY BIG

    いつもはショーの後に外食することが多いのですが、それが私の大きな目標です。

  • REWARD, EATING 10,000 CALORIES.

    報酬、1万カロリーを食べること。

  • AND SO I HAVE BEEN KIND OF HEALTHY.

    それで健康になったんだ

  • AND SO CROSS COUNTRY SKIING IS A GREAT FORM OF EXERCISE.

    そして、クロスカントリースキーは、運動の素晴らしい形です。

  • OF COURSE THE SNOW ALL MELTED SO YOU KNOW, WE HAVEN'T HAD THAT

    OF COURSE THE SNOW ALL MELTED SO YOU KNOW, WE HAVEN'T HAD THAT

  • MUCH OPPORTUNITY FOR IT BUT IT IS A GOOD FORM OF EXERCISE TOO.

    それのための多くの可能性がありますが、それはあまりにも運動の良い形です。

  • BUT I'M LOSING MY MIND.

    でも、心が折れそう。

  • >> James: IT GETS YOU OUT OF THE HOUSE, BECAUSE YOU LIKE I, I

    >> ジェームズ家から出してあげる 私が好きだからよ

  • HAVE THREE CHILDREN, YOU HAVE FIVE CHILDREN, HOW IS THAT WITH

    HAVE THREE CHILDREN, YOU HAVE FIVE CHILDREN, HOW IS THAT WITH

  • THE ONLINE SCHOOLING?

    THE ONLINE SCHOOLING?

  • HOW IS THAT GOING IN YOUR HOUSE.

    家の中はどうなってる?