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  • WE'RE ALMOST THERE, GUYS.

    もうすぐだよ、君たち

  • ELECTION DAY IS JUST ONE WEEK AWAY.

    ELECTION DAY IS JUST ONE WEEK AWAY.

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) YEAH.

    ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) YEAH.

  • ONE WEEK-- OR 719 MORE TRUMP RALLIES.

    1週間後... あるいは719回以上 トランプの集会がある

  • ( LAUGHTER ) HOWEVER YOU WANT TO COUNT IT.

    ( LAUGHTER ) HOWEVER YOU WANT TO COUNT IT.

  • IT'S A WEEK TODAY, WHICH MEANS WE'RE ONLY FIVE WEEKS AWAY FROM

    IT'S A WEEK TODAY, WHICH MEANS WE'RE ONLY FIVE WEEKS AWAY FROM

  • KNOWING WHO THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES IS.

    アメリカ合衆国の大統領が誰であるかを知っています。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) HAGAR, YOU'RE A BRAND-NEW

    ( LAUGHTER ) ハガー、君は真新しい

  • CITIZEN OF THIS COUNTRY.

    この国の市民。

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) THIS IS YOUR FIRST ELECTION.

    ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) THIS IS YOUR FIRST ELECTION.

  • HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT VOTING?

    投票についてどのように感じていますか?

  • WE'RE SEVEN DAYS AWAY, BUT IF I >> I VOTED.

    WE'RE SEVEN DAYS AWAY, BUT IF I >> I VOTED.

  • >> James: YOU DID IT!

    >> ジェームズやったね!

  • YES,ER IT FELT AMAZING.

    ああ、素晴らしいと思ったよ

  • SO WE'RE GOOD, GUYS.

    これでいいんだよ

  • >> James: HAGAR VOTED IN CALIFORNIA.

    >> ジェームスカリフォルニア州で投票しました

  • I THINK THAT'S THE SWING ONE.

    スウィング・ワンだと思う

  • I THINK THAT'S IT.

    I THINK THAT'S IT.

  • THAT'S IT.

    それだけだ

  • THE NEWS OUT OF THE NATION'S CAPITOL.

    THE NEWS OUT OF THE NATION'S CAPITOL.

  • THERE'S A NEW ASSOCIATE JUSTICE ON THE SUPREME COURT BENCH

    THERE'S A NEW ASSOCIATE JUSTICE ON THE SUPREME COURT BENCH

  • TODAY.

    トゥデイ

  • SENATE REPUBLICANS CONFIRMED AMY CONEY BARRETT LAST NIGHT

    SENATE REPUBLICANS CONFIRMED AMY CONEY BARRETT LAST NIGHT

  • AFTER A HIGHLY-DIVIDED VOTE.

    AFTER A HIGHLY-DIVIDED VOTE.

  • ZERO DEMOCRATS VOTED FOR HER.

    民主党員は彼女に投票しなかった

  • BUT, AT LEAST THEY PUT UP A FIGHT.

    しかし、少なくとも彼らは戦いを提起した。

  • AND BY "FIGHT" I MEAN, THEY SENT SOME VERY STRONGLY WORDED

    "戦う "という意味では、非常に強い言葉が使われていると感じます。

  • TWEETS.

    ツイッターです。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) JUDGE BARRETT WAS SWORN IN AT

    (笑) バレット判事の宣誓式が行われました

  • THE WHITE HOUSE LAST NIGHT.

    ホワイトハウス最後の夜

  • WHCH MEANS THE GUY WHO OWNED THE MISS TEEN USA PAGEANT HAS

    ミス・ティーン・USAページェントを所有していた男が

  • NOW APPOINTED A FULL ONE-THIRD OF THE SUPREME COURT.

    最高裁判所の3分の1に任命されました

  • WE'RE HAVING FUN, GUYS!

    楽しもうぜ!

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AND OLD HABITS DIE HARD.

    ( LAUGHTER ) AND OLD HABITS DIE HARD.

  • AT THE VERY END OF THE SWEARING IN CEREMONY, TRUMP INSTINCTIVELY

    "宣誓式の最後に" "トランプは 確信犯的に

  • TRIED TO PLACE A CROWN AND SASH ON HER.

    彼女の上にクラウンとサッシュを置こうとした

  • ( LAUGHTER ) YESTERDAY, DONALD TRUMP HELD A

    ( LAUGHTER ) YESTERDAY, DONALD TRUMP HELD A

  • RALLY IN PENNSYLVANIA AND HE TOOK A MOMENT TO MENTION A KEY

    ペニンシルバニア州でのラリーで 彼は重要なことに言及しました

  • VOTING BLOCK, I THINK?

    投票ブロックかな?

  • I DON'T KNOW.

    私は知らない

  • HE STARTED TALKING ABOUT THE AMISH.

    アミッシュの話をし始めた

  • >> HARD WORKERS, INCREDIBLE CRAFTSMEN.

    >> HARD WORKERS, INCREDIBLE CRAFTSMEN.

  • YOU'VE DONE WORK FOR ME OVER THE YEARS, I TELL YA.

    何年も私のために仕事をしてくれたでしょ?

  • THEY CAN THROW UP A BARN IN ABOUT TWO DAYS.

    彼らは約2日で納屋を建てることができます。

  • >> JAMES: TRUMP WENT ON LIKE "THESE GUYS MAKE ALL THE BEST

    >> JAMES: TRUMPは「この人たちはすべてを最高のものにしている」というように言っていました。

  • BARNS.

    バーンズ

  • POTTERY BARN, DRESS BARN...

    ポタリー・バーン ドレス・バーン...

  • BANES AND NOBLE."

    BANES AND NOBLE"

  • ( LAUGHTER ) IT'S STRANGE TO HEAR TRUMP

    ( LAUGHTER ) IT'S STRANGE TO HEAR HEAR TRUMP

  • TALKING ABOUT THE AMISH.

    アミッシュについて語る。

  • THE TWO OF THEM LITERALLY HAVE NOTHING IN COMMON.

    THE TWO OF THEM LITERALLY HAVE NOTHING IN COMMON.

  • BESIDES SLEEPING IN A DIFFERENT BED THAN THEIR SPOUSE.

    夫婦とは違うベッドで寝ています

  • THAT'S IT.

    それだけだ

  • ( LAUGHTER ) BUT THESE GUYS BEHIND TRUMP SEEM

    ( LAUGHTER ) BUT THESE GUYS BEHIND TRUMP SEEM

  • TO BE LOVING IT.

    それを愛すること。

  • THEY SAID THEY HAVEN'T SEEN SOMETHING THIS ENTERTAINING

    こんな魅力的なものを見たことがないと言っていました

  • SINCE JEDIDIAH GOT HIS HEAD STUCK IN THE BUTTER BUCKET.

    SINCE JEDIDIAH GOT HIS HEAD STUCK IN THE BUTTER BUCKET.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) AT ANOTHER POINT IN THE RALLY

    ( LAUGHTER ) AT ANOTHER POINT IN THE RALLY

  • TRUMP READ HIS FAVORABLE POLL NUMBERS TO THE CROWD.

    トランプは群衆に自分の支持する投票番号を読み上げた。

  • >> WE'RE LEADING BY FOUR POINTS IN FLORIDA.

    >> フロリダ州では4ポイント差でリードしています。

  • YOU DIDN'T HEAR THAT, DID YOU?

    YOU DIDN'T HEAR THAT, DID YOU?

  • ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) WE'RE LEADING BY INFINITY IN

    ( CHEERS AND APPLAUSE ) WE RE LEADING BY INFINITY IN.

  • UTAH.

    UTAH.

  • >> James: ARE YOU?

    >> ジェームズだ君は?

  • I'LL BE HONEST, I'VE NOT SEEN THE LATEST POLLS.

    私は正直に言うと、私は最新の世論調査を見ていない。

  • BUT I FEEL LIKE "INFINITY" MIGHT, MIGHT BE AN EXAGGERATION.

    でも私は "インフィニティ "のような気がするMIGHT, MIGHT BE AN EXAGGERATION.

  • HE'S LIKE A CHILD.

    彼は子供のようだ

  • "IN UTAH WE'RE LEADING BY INFINITY, LIKE GAJILLIONS VOTES

    "ユタ州ではINFINITYでリードしています、GAJILLIONS VOTESのように

  • AND THEN OLAF THE SNOWMAN IS GONNA COME TO MY BIRTHDAY

    AND THEN OLAF THE SNOWMAN IS GONNA COME TO MY BIRTHDAY

  • PARTY!" ( LAUGHTER )

    PARTY!" ( LAUGHTER )

  • TRUMP ISN'T THE ONLY ONE ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL.

    トランプは選挙運動の過程で唯一の人ではありません。

  • TODAY, PRESIDENT OBAMA SAID TRUMP IS DESPERATE FOR ATTENTION

    今日は、大統領のオバマ大統領は、 トランプは注意を切望していると述べました。

  • AND JEALOUS OF COVID'S MEDIA COVERAGE.

    コヴィドのメディア報道に嫉妬してる

  • TO BE FAIR, COVID HAS GOTTEN SOME SOLID MEDIA COVERAGE.

    公平に言うと、コヴィドはしっかりとしたメディア露出をしています。

  • WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO BE LINKED TO TOM HANKS AND IDRIS ELBA?

    WHO WOULDN'T WANT TO BE LINKED TO TOM HANKS AND IDRIS ELBA?

  • ( LAUGHTER ) OFF AND ON THIS SHOW WE MOCK

    (笑) この番組では、私たちはモックしています。

  • DONALD TRUMP FOR GOING OFF THE RAILS WHILE SPEAKING BUT OBAMA

    DONALD TRUMPは、オバマが話している間にレールを外れたために

  • PROVED TODAY IT CAN HAPPEN TO THE BEST OF US.

    今日、それは私たちの最高の人たちにも起こりうることを証明しました。

  • >> EACH TIME THEY TRY TO REPEAL IT THEY SAY, OH, WE'VE GOT A

    >> >> 繰り返すたびに言うんだ 「ああ、俺たちにもある」と

  • GREAT PLACEMENT, IT'S COMING.

    GREAT PLACEMENT, IT'S COMING.

  • EVERYBODY'S A LITTLE YOUNG HERE BUT YOU GUYS REMEMBER POPEYE?

    EVERYBODY'S A LITTLE YOUNG HERE BUT YOU GUYS REMEMBER POPEYE?

  • AND REMEMBER THAT GUY WHO ALWAYS NEEDED TO BORROW SOME MONEY FOR

    いつもお金を借りていた男を覚えていますか?

  • A HAMBURGER?

    A HAMBURGER?

  • HE SAID, DON'T WORRY, I'LL BE PAYING YOU BACK SOME TIME SOON?

    彼は言った、心配しないで、すぐに返すからって?

  • THAT'S LIKE REPUBLICANS WITH HEALTHCARE.

    THAT'S LIKE REPUBLICANS WITH HEALTHCARE.

  • >> James: WHAT?!

    >> ジェームズ何だよ!

  • WHAT?!

    WHAT?!

  • I THOUGHT HE WAS TEEING HIMSELF UP FOR A SPINACH REFERENCE, BUT

    スピナチの参考人になるかと思ったが

  • OBAMA WENT FOR THAT DEEP CUT.

    オバマはそのディープカットをした。

  • EVEN THE PEOPLE WHO CREATED POPEYE WERE LIKE, "HAMBURGER

    ポパイを作った人たちも「ハンバーガー」と言っていました。

  • GUY?

    GUY?

  • ( LAUGHTER ) DO YOU GET IT?

    ( LAUGHTER ) DO YOU GET IT?

  • >> Reggie: I GET IT.

    >> レジー: I GET IT.

  • >> James: DO YOU GET IT?

    >> ジェームズ分かったか?

  • >> Reggie: YEAH.

    >> レジー:ええええええええええええええええええええええええええええええ

  • >> James: THE WHOLE BAND GETS IT.

    >> ジェームスバンド全体がそれを理解している。

  • ALL YOU'VE DONE IS CEMENT WHAT I'M SAYING WHICH IS -- STEVE'S

    お前がやったのはセメントだ 俺が言ってるのは... スティーブのだ

  • LIKE, HAMBURGER GUY, BORROW MONEY FOR A BURGER, NEVER GET IT

    LIKE, HAMBURGER GUY, BORROW MONEY FOR A BURGER, NEVER GET IT

  • BACK.

    BACK.

  • HE'D SAY PAY YOU TUESDAY.

    HE'D SAY PAY YOU TUESDAY.

  • >> Reggie: GLADLY PAY YOU TUESDAY FOR A HAMBURGER TODAY.

    >> レジー:今日のハンバーガーのために火曜日に喜んで払うよ。

  • >> THAT'S THE TERMS MOST MUSICIANS WORK UNDER.

    >> それは、ほとんどの音楽家が使っている言葉だ。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> James: VERY GOOD, VERY

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> ジェームズ.とても良い、とても

  • GOOD!

    GOOD!

  • I DIDN'T KNOW.

    知らなかった

  • I'LL BE HONEST, YOU'VE RUINED THE NEXT FEW JOKES.

    I'LL BE HONEST, YOU'VE RUINED THE NEXT FEW JOKES.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) WE'RE ALL HAVING A GREAT TIME

    ( LAUGHTER ) WE'RE ALL HAVING A GREAT TIME

  • AND I LOVE THIS HAMBURGER POPEYE THING.

    AND I LOVE THIS HAMBURGER POPEYE THING.

  • WHAT DO YOU THINK OF WITH POPEYE, SPINACH MUSCLES?

    WHAT DO YOU THINK OF WITH POPEYE, SPINACH MUSCLES?

  • NO, THE HAMBURGER GUY.

    NO, THE HAMBURGER GUY.

  • >> WIMPY.

    >> wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

  • >> James: HIS NAME IS WHAT.

    >> ジェームズ:彼の名前は何ですか?

  • WIMPY.

    ウィンピー

  • THERE'S A BURGER CHAIN NAMED WIMPY'S.

    ウィンピーズという名前の ハンバーガーチェーンがある

  • >> James: THERE'S A BURGER CHAIN NAMED WIMPIES.

    >> ジェームズウィンピーズという名前の ハンバーガーチェーンがある

  • YOU COME HERE FOR THIS LEVEL OF EXCLUSIVE.

    ここに来たのは、このレベルのエクスクルーシブのためだ。

  • THERE'S STILL A WIMPY ON MARLO STREET IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE.

    バッキングハムシャーのマルロ通りには まだ弱虫がいる

  • THANK YOU FOR LEADING THE.

    リードしてくれてありがとう

  • [ APPLAUSE ] ( APPLAUSE )

    ( APPLAUSE )

  • TIM HAD HIS BIRTHDAY PARTY THERE AND WE COULDN'T AFFORD TO HAVE

    TIM HAD HIS BIRTHDAY PARTY THERE AND WE COULDN'T AFFORD TO HAVE

  • HIS BIRTHDAY PARTY THERE AND IT RANK ALSO ME TO THIS DAY.

    HIS BIRTHDAY PARTY THERE AND IT RANK ALSO ME TO THIS DAY.

  • SORRY?

    ごめんね?

  • >> LOOK AT YOU KNOW.

    >> LOOK AT YOU KNOW.

  • WHERE IS TIM?

    TIMはどこだ?

  • >> James: Facebook.

    >>ジェームスフェイスブックです。

  • HE'S WORTH $4.4 BILLION.

    彼は44億ドルの価値があります。

  • YEAH, I DON'T KNOW WHAT TIM BUCKRAGE IS IN NOW.

    ティム・バックレイジが今何をしているのか分からない。

  • WE'LL SEE YOU TOMORROW NOW.

    明日の朝にでも会いましょう

  • ( LAUGHTER ) STEVE, WHAT'S GOING ON?

    ( LAUGHTER ) STEVE, WHAT'S GOING ON?

  • YOU LOOK GOOD TODAY.

    YOU LOOK GOOD TODAY.

  • >> IT'S FALL COLORS.

    >> IT'S FALL COLORS.

  • >> James: WHAT'S HAPPENING HERE?

    >> ジェームスここで何が起こっているの?

  • YOU'VE GOT A DATE TONIGHT?

    今夜デートか?

  • >> NO.

    >> ω・)ノ。

  • NO, NO, NO.

    いや、いや、いや、いや、いや。

  • >> James: DON'T SAY IT LIKE THAT.

    >> ジェームズそんな風に言うなよ

  • >> I GOT A HAIRCUT TODAY.

    >> 今日、髪を切ってきました。

  • >> James: BUT LOOK AT THIS LOOK TODAY.

    >> ジェームスでも、今日のこれを見てください。

  • I'VE NEVER SEEN YOU SO BOLD FROM THE WAIST DOWN.

    I'VE NEVER SEEN YOU SO BOLD FROM THE WAIST DOWN.

  • WHAT IS THIS A MUSTARD PANT?

    これがマスタードパンツとは?

  • >> YEAH, THESE COLORS TOTALLY GO TOGETHER.

    >> YEAH, THESE COLORS TOTALLY GO TOGETHER.

  • >> James: THEY DO.

    >> ジェームズそうです。

  • IT ALL WORKS AND IT'S COMPENSATING FOR THIS TRACK SUIT

    IT ALL WORKS AND IT'S COMPENSATING FOR THIS TRACK SUIT

  • THAT TIM KEEPS STICKING WITH.

    その時間はずっと続いている

  • I MEAN, WHO DOESN'T LIKE TIGERS, RIGHT?

    つまり、誰もタイガーが好きじゃないんだよね?

  • >> RARRRR!

    >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >> >>

  • >> James: DID YOU SEE THIS?

    >> ジェームズこれを見たか?

  • ON THE WAY HOME FROM EARLY VOTING, A WOMAN IN SOUTH

    南部の女性の早朝投票からの帰宅途中に

  • CAROLINA STOPPED AT A GAS STATION TO PURCHASE A LOTTERY

    ロッテリーを買うためにガソリンスタンドに立ち寄ったカロリナ

  • TICKET, AND SHE ENDED UP WINNING $2-MILLION.

    チケットを買って、最終的には200万ドルを獲得した。

  • AND IF THAT DOESN'T MAKE YOU ANGRY ENOUGH, SHE VOTED FOR

    それで十分腹が立たないなら 彼女は投票したのよ

  • KANYE.

    KANYE.

  • IT'S INCREDIBLE.

    驚くべきことだ

  • SHE WENT TO THE POLLS A DEMOCRAT AND ARRIVED HOME A REPUBLICAN.

    彼女は民主主義者と 共和党員の家に帰ってきた

  • ( LAUGHTER ) SHE WON $2-MILLION AND GOT TO

    ( LAUGHTER ) SHE WON $2-MILLION AND GOT TO

  • VOTE ON THE SAME DAY.

    同じ日に投票してください。

  • AND YOU KNOW WHAT SHE SAID WAS THE BEST PART?

    一番良かったのは何だと思う?

  • DOING HER PART IN DEMOCRACY-- I'M KIDDING, IT'S THE FACT THAT

    民主主義の中で彼女の役割を果たしてる - 冗談だよ それは事実だ

  • SHE WON $2-MILLION.

    SHE WON $2-MILLION.

  • WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY, IAN?

    WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY, IAN?

  • REGGIE?

    レジー?

  • EWE'RE PRETENDING LIKE YOU HAVEN'T IN LIFE ALREADY, BUT

    EWE'RE PRETENDING LIKE YOU HAVEN'T IN LIFE ALREADY, BUT

  • WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY?

    WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOU WON THE LOTTERY?

  • >> HOW MUCH?

    >> いくら?

  • >> James: SEE, THAT'S WHEN YOU KNOW YOU'RE RICH.

    >> ジェームズ:ほら、それはあなたが金持ちであることを知っているときです。

  • THAT'S HOW YOU KNOW HOW RICH REGGIE IS.

    THAT'S HOW YOU KNOW HOW RICH REGGIE IS.

  • BUT WHEN YOUR QUESTION IS HOW MUCH?

    BUT WHEN YOUR QUESTION IS HOW MUCH?

  • WHAT IS IT, TEN?

    ここは何なんだ?

  • IT WOULDN'T MAKE A HUGE DENT IN MY LIFE, REALLY.

    私の人生に大きな影響はないわ、本当に。

  • WHAT WOULD I DO, BUY ANOTHER CAR?

    別の車を買えばいいのか?

  • I DON'T KNOW, WHAT IS THE LOTTERY HERE?

    分からない、ここの宝くじは何なの?

  • WHAT DO WE PAY FOR HERE, IAN?

    ここで何をすればいいの?

  • >> LET'S SAY $150 MILLION.

    >> 1億5000万ドルとしよう

  • >> James: 150 MILLION.

    >> ジェイムズ:1億5000万。

  • WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

    WHAT WOULD YOU DO?

  • >> Reggie: I WOULD PROBABLY HELP A BUNCH OF KIDS WITH COOL

    >> レジー:私は多くの子供たちをクールに助けてあげられるかもしれません。

  • INSTRUMENTS, TECHNOLOGY, KIND OF LIKE FIGURE THAT OUT.

    楽器、技術、それを見出すのが好きなんだ

  • THEN I WOULD PROBABLY INVEST IN HIRED JEN FUEL CELL PLANES SO I

    ならば、私は雇われたジェンの燃料電池プランに投資するだろう。

  • WOULD GET, LIKE, A PRIVATE PLANE BUT IT WOULD RUN ON HIRED JEN

    個人のプランでも 雇われたジェンで走らせたい

  • BATTERY SO IT WOULD BE ZERO EMISSIONS.

    バッテリーはゼロエミッションになる。

  • THEN I WOULD PROBABLY GET A SALTWATER SWIMMING POOL.

    それから私は、おそらく塩水浴場を手に入れたいと思っています。

  • THEN I WOULD PROBABLY REDESIGN A HOUSE SO IT'S HERMETICALLY

    それから、私は家を半永久的にリデザインします。

  • SEALED AND THEY CAN CONTROL THE ENTIRE ENVIRONMENT FROM AIR

    シールされており、空気から環境全体を制御することができます。

  • QUALITY TO HUMIDITY AND ALL THOSE FACTORS.

    QUALITY TO HUMIDITY AND ALL THOSE FACTORS.

  • >> James: I DID SAY 150 MILLION.

    >> ジェームズ1億5000万と言った

  • I DIDN'T SAY $7 BILLION.

    I DIDN'T SAY $7 BILLION.

  • >> THAT'S CORRECT.

    >> その通りです。

  • THAT'S BASICALLY IT.

    それが基本だ

  • >> James: WHAT ABOUT YOU, IAN, YOU WIN BIG ON THE LOTTERY.

    >>ジェームスあなたについてはどうですか、IAN、あなたは宝くじで大きく勝つ。

  • >> LIE ABOUT IT.

    >>嘘をついてみてください。

  • >> James: REALLY?

    >> ジェームズ本当に?

  • YEAH, I WOULDN'T TELL A PERSON.

    人には言わないよ

  • I'D EVEN KEEP COMING BACK INTO WORK.

    私は仕事に戻ってくるのを続けています。

  • I'D SHOW UP IN SLIGHTLY GUARDIER AND GUARD GAUDIER OUTFITS UNTIL

    I'D SHOW UP IN SLIGHTLY GUARDIER AND GUARD GAUDIER OUTFITS UNTIL

  • YOU ASKED ME ABOUT IT.

    YOU ASKED ME ABOUT IT.

  • >> James: IT'S NOT THAT BIG A LEAP.

    >> ジェームスそんなに大きな飛躍ではありません。

  • >> 68 CHAINS AND A VELVET TRACK SUIT.

    >> >> 68 チェーンとベビートラックスーツ。

  • >> James: FINALLY, WE HAVE A NEW

    >> ジェームス:ついに、新しい人が現れました。

  • GUINNESS WORLD RECORD TO TELL YOU ABOUT.

    GUINNESS WORLD RECORD TO TELL YOU ABOUT.

  • A MAN IN IDAHO JUST BROKE THE RECORD FOR BOUNCING A PING PONG

    A MAN IN IDAHO JUST BROKE THE RECORD FOR BOUNCING A PING PONG

  • BALL OFF OF A WALL USING ONLY HIS MOUTH.

    BALL OFF OF A WALL USING ONLY HIS MOUTH.

  • IF YOU DON'T KNOW HOW THAT WORKS, DON'T WORRY, THERE'S A

    その仕組みがわからなくても、心配しないでください。

  • VIDEO.

    VIDEO.

  • >> THREE, TWO, ONE, GO.

    >> 3, 2, 1, GO.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> James: I DON'T EVEN KNOW IF

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> ジェームズ.I DON'T'T EVEN KNOW IF

  • ( LAUGHTER ) >> James: I DON'T EVEN KNOW IF

    ( LAUGHTER ) >> ジェームズ.I DON'T'T EVEN KNOW IF

  • WE'RE ALLOWED TO SHOW THAT ON CBS.

    WE'RE ALLOWED TO SHOW THAT ON CBS.

  • ( LAUGHTER ) I JUST WANT TO SAY, HONESTLY, WE

    ( LAUGHTER ) I JUST WANT TO SAY, HONESTLY, WE.

  • DIDN'T ADD THAT MUSIC.

    その音楽は追加しなかった

  • THE PORNO MUSIC WAS ON THE VIDEO, ALREADY.

    ポルノの曲がビデオに映っていた。

  • ( LAUGHTER ) WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THAT,

    ( LAUGHTER ) WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THAT,

  • REG?

    REG?

  • >> Reggie: I DON'T KNOW.

    >>レジー:知らない。

  • IT MAKES ME FEEL REALLY UNCOMFORTABLE.

    それは、私を非常に不安定な気分にさせてくれます。

  • >> James: AND ME BECAUSE I DON'T KNOW -- I CAN'T PUT

    >> ジェームズ私は知らないから...

  • TOGETHER THE STEPS ON HOW YOU GET THERE.

    TOGETHER THE STEPS ON HOW YOU GET THERE.

  • I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHO'S, LIKE, GOT A PING-PONG BALL IN THEIR

    誰がピンポン玉を入れたのか 理解できないわ

  • MOUTH AND THEY'RE, LIKE -- ( LAUGHTER )

    口と、彼らは、そのような - ( LAUGHTER )

  • >> Reggie: THAT'S TERRIBLE.

    >> レジー:それはひどい。

  • >> James: WHAT'S THE WORLD RECORD FOR THIS?

    >> ジェームスこれの世界記録は?

  • HOW'S THERE EVEN AN EXISTING RECORD?

    HOW'S THERE EVEN AN EXISTING RECORD?

  • >> DO YOU THINK THERE'S A CRUSTY OLD COACH THAT SAID I HAVEN'T

    >> 俺はまだだと言っていた古いコーチがいると思うか?

  • SEEN ANYONE SPIT A PING-PONG BALL LIKE THAT SINCE 1983 AND

    1983年以降、誰かがピンポン球を吐いたのを見たことがあります。

  • THEN STARTED TRAINING HIM.

    THEN STARTED TRAINING HIM.

  • >> James: YOU REMIND ME OF MITCH HEMALSTEIN, ONE OF THE

    >> ジェームスミッチ・ヘマルシュタインを思い出すわ

  • GREATS!

    GREATS!

  • >> HE STARTED BY SPITTING OUT PLUMS!

    >> 虫を吐くことから始めたんだ!

  • >> James: THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT THE VIDEO THAT LEFT A BAD

    >> ジェームスビデオには何か悪いものが残っています。

  • TASTE IN MY MOUTH.

    私の口の中の味。

  • HE BROKE THE RECORD, THOUGH HE ALMOST CHOKED.

    HE BROKE THE RECORD, THOUGH HE ALMOST CHOKED.

  • ( RIM SHOT ) ( LAUGHTER )

    ( RIM SHOT ) ( LAUGHTER )

  • I CAN'T STRESS ENOUGH, THE NEXT JOKE I'M ABOUT TO SAY REQUESTED

    I CAN'T STRESS ENOUGH, THE NEXT JOKE I'M ABOUT TO SAY REQUESTED

  • THREE TIMES BE CUT FROM THE MONO, AND IT'S JUST BEEN PLACED

    3回モノからカットされて、ちょうど配置されました。

  • BACK IN EVERY TIME SO I'LL GIVE IT MY BEST AND WE'LL SEE HOW IT

    毎回戻ってくるからベストを尽くして様子を見よう

  • PLAYS.

    PLAYSです。

  • IF LOVING THIS GUY'S PONG, I DON'T WANT TO BE RIGHT.

    この男のポンを愛しているなら、私は正しいことをしたくない。

  • ( RIM SHOT ) ( APPLAUSE )

    ( RIM SHOT ) ( APPLAUSE )

  • GOT TO HAND IT TO HIM, THOUGH, GOT TO HAND IT TO HIM, YOU DO.

    彼に渡すんだ、と思って、彼に渡すんだ、お前がやれ。

  • THIS GUY, YOU KNOW WHAT HE DID?

    THIS GUY, YOU KNOW WHAT HE DID?

  • DO YOU KNOW WHERE HE WENT, GUILLERMO, REG?

    どこに行ったか知ってるか?ギレルモ、REG?

  • HE WENT BALLS TO THE WALL.

    HE WENT BALLS TO THE WALL.

  • ♪ ♪

    ♪ ♪

WE'RE ALMOST THERE, GUYS.

もうすぐだよ、君たち

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