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  • ♪ ♪ ♪ >> Stephen: HEY, EVERYBODY,

    ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> スティーブンヘイ、みんな。

  • WELCOME BACK TO "A LATE SHOW."

    レイトショーへようこそ

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

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

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

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

  • CLUB."

    "クラブ"

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

    レイトショーへようこそ マッチェウ・マコナウヘイ!

  • >> HOW WE DOING, MR. COLBERT!

    >> コルバート!

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

    >> スティーブン私たちは全て正しいことをしています。

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

    いつも会えて良かったわ マチュー

  • YOU'RE ALWAYS A GREAT GUEST.

    YOU'RE ALWAYS A GREAT GUEST.

  • YOU KNOW I LIKE YOU.

    YOU KNOW I LIKE YOU.

  • >> I LIKE YOU, TOO.

    >> そして、あなたのことが好きです。

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

    >> スティーブンそれは良かった

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

    一つだけ言わせてもらうが 君に会うのはちょっと嫌な感じがするな

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

    同じ時間に、なぜなら私が話したのはこれが2回目だからです。

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

    あなたはクオランタインにいて、それは家を運転して、家を運転しています。

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

    この地点でどれだけの時間が経ったか。

  • >> OR MAYBE HOW MUCH YOU LIKE ME.

    >> OR MAYBE HOW MUCH YOU LIKE ME.

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

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

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

    >> スティーブン私は何も言ってない...私は何も奪ってはいない

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

    私たちがお互いに持っている明白なアフェックスから、 私はただ言っているだけです。

  • COME ON, MAN.

    頑張れよ

  • THIS IS A LONG TIME.

    長い時間だ

  • >> IT'S TIME.

    >> IT'S TIME.

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

    >> スティーブン:何が刺さるか知っているだろう。

  • MATTHEW?

    マチュー?

  • >> WHAT'S THAT?

    >> それは何?

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

    >> スティーブン君が送ってくれた野生のターキーだ

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

    あなたが私のゲストだからといって 話題にする気はないわ

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

    I WANT TO TELL THE OTHER GUESTS BE MORE LIKE MATTHEW

  • McCONAUGHEY.

    マコーナウジー

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

    これを送ってくれただけじゃなくて、全くもってクソみたいな贈り物を送ってきた...

  • BASKET TO GO WITH IT.

    BASKET TO GO WITH IT.

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

    これがお前のやり方だ トム・ハンクス 分かった

  • ( LAUGHTER ) STEP UP!

    ( LAUGHTER ) STEP UP!

  • ALL RIGHT?

    ALL RIGHT?

  • >> REMEMBER, HE LIKES HIS WILD TURKEY.

    >> 覚えておいてくれ、彼は野生のターキーが好きなんだ。

  • IT WILL NOT GOOD BAD.

    それは良い悪いではありません。

  • HE WILL USE IT.

    彼はそれを使うだろう

  • >> Stephen: I WILL, ALL RIGHT.

    >> スティーブンI WILL, ALL RIGHT.

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

    聞いてくれ、それは...君は私が話したいことを持っている。

  • ABOUT.

    ABOUT.

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

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

  • >> Stephen: "WITH THANKS" INITIATIVE.

    >> スティーブン:"WITH THANKS" INITIATIVE.

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

    これをグラスに注いでいる間、ティールメイは何をしているのか。

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

    >> 4年ほど前から、私はWILDのクリエイティブ・ディレクターを務めています。

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

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

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

    広告、何か良いことをしましょう、光を当てましょう

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

    ON PEOPLE WHO ARE DOING GOOD OR HELP PEOPLE OUT.

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

    ローアンセバーグでターキーのギブアウェイをした後に

  • FIRST RESPONDERS AFTER THE HURRICANE IN HOUSTON.

    FIRST RESPONDERS AFTER THE HURRICANE IN HOUSTON.

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

    私たちはロサンゼルスの最初の応答者と消防士と女性に行ってきました。

  • AFTER THE FIRES.

    AFTER THE FIRES.

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

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

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

    自分たちの地域社会のために何か本当に良いことをしている。

  • ALL RIGHT.

    ALL RIGHT.

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

    オーストン、ニューオリンズ、シカゴで人を見つけて

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

    ダラスはコビッド試験をコミュニティに提供しています

  • CAN'T GIVE THEM-- GET THEM.

    CAN'T GIVE THEM-- GET THEM.

  • ANOTHER LADY IS GIVING NECESSITIES LIKE DIAPERS AND

    もう一人の女性がおむつや生活必需品をプレゼントしています。

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

    今は手に入らない子供たちへのバックパックとパンツ。

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

    ニューオリンズのもう一人の男が25万人の雇用を生み出した。

  • MUSICIANS AND HOSPITALITY WORKERS OUT OF WORK SINCE COVID.

    MUSICIANS AND HOSPITALITY WORKERS OUT OF WORK SINCE COVID.

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

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

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

    これでアメリカの他の人たちが「おい、俺は」と言うようになることを願っています。

  • KNOW SOMEBODY IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD DOING WELL.

    近所の誰かがうまくやっているのを知っています。

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

    私は彼らに光を当てに行く。

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

    "あるいは、" "私は一人前になるかもしれない"

  • THAT'S THE "THANKS INITIATIVE."

    それが "感謝の気持ち "だ

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

    これはロングラン製品であり、野生のターキーでもあります。

  • PRODUCT AS WELL.

    PRODUCT AS WELL.

  • I'M GOING TO JOIN YOU HERE, SIR.

    私はここに参加します

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

    >> スティーブン今、あなたは誕生日を迎えました。

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

    DO YOU HAVE ANY BIRTHDAY TRADITIONS, ANYTHING-- ANYTHING

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

    THAT'S SPECIAL YOU LIKE TO DO EVERY YEAR?

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

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

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

    言ったように、4年前に俺たちが決めたんだ

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

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

  • LAWRENCEBERG.

    LAWRENCEBERG.

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

    スティーブンごめんね、何が?

  • A TURKEY DROP?

    ターキー・ドロップ?

  • WHAT'S A TURKEY DROP?

    ターキードロップとは?

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

    >> 1,000羽のターキーを人々の戸口に 届けたが、そのほとんどは

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

    感謝祭でターキーを手に入れることができないかもしれない人たち。

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

    >> スティーブン:あなたが実際にはいないことを確認したかった。

  • LITERALLY DROPPING TURKEYS OUT OF SOMETHING.

    文字通り何かからターキーを落としています。

  • >> DROPPING TURKEYS OFF.

    >> DROPPING TURKEYS OFF.

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

    >> スティーブン国産のターキーは飛べないからだ

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

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

  • >> LIKE A FLIGHTLESS TURKEY.

    >> LIKE A FLIGHTLESS TURKEY.

  • LIKE A PENGUIN.

    LIKE A PENGUIN.

  • >> Stephen: WHAT ABOUT YOU?

    >> スティーブンあなたはどうなの?

  • WHAT DO YOU DO FOR YOURSELF?

    WHAT DO YOU DO FOR YOURSELF?

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

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

  • >> WELL, TO SOME EXTENT.

    >> まあ、ある程度はね。

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

    LIKE THE LAST BIRTHDAY-- I JUST TURNED 51.

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

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

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

    >> スティーブン勘違いしないでくれよ

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

    WHAT DOES THAT MEAN "AN HOUR WITH YOURSELF."

  • >> A LITTLE REFLECTION TIME.

    >> A LITTLE REFLECTION TIME.

  • HOW WAS 50?

    どうやって50?

  • >> Stephen: IN FRONT OF THE MIRROR?

    >> スティーブン:鏡の前で?

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

    >> 100%鏡の前にいるんだよ。

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

    いや、実は外にいて日の出を見たんだ。

  • >> Stephen: THAT'S NICE.

    >> スティーブンいいね

  • >> I DON'T CATCH MANY OF THOSE.

    >> 俺はあまり捕まらない。

  • >> Stephen: ARE YOU A MORNING MAN?

    >> スティーブンあなたは朝の男ですか?

  • >> NO, I'M A SUNSET DUDE.

    >> >>いや、俺は日向ぼっこ野郎だ。

  • >> Stephen: YOU'RE A SUNSET DUDE.

    >> スティーブン:お前は日没の男だ。

  • OKAY.

    分かった

  • >> ARE YOU A MORNING MAN?

    >> ARE YOU A MORNING MAN?

  • >> Stephen: UH, NO.

    >> スティーブンう、いや。

  • NO.

    NO.

  • I'M A-- >> ME EITHER.

    俺は... >>俺は...

  • >> I'M A MOON-RISE MAN.

    >> I'M A MOON-RISE MAN.

  • >> MOON RISE?

    >> 月の出番ですか?

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

    その状況を演じることができれば、日没と月の出を手に入れることができます。

  • HAPPENING AT THE SAME TIME.

    同じ時間に起きていること。

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

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

  • MOVING IN PERFECT OPPOSITION AND CONCORDANCE.

    完全な対立と一致した状態で移動すること。

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

    >> それは...それは美しいダンスだ。

  • >> Stephen: YEAH.

    >> スティーブンああ

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

    >> そうそう、私は日の出を見ながら、自分自身と過ごす時間を過ごしました。

  • BIRTHDAY.

    BIRTHDAY.

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

    私は中に戻って妻と一緒に数時間一緒にいました。

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

    外に出て来て挨拶もしなかったし、家族にも挨拶もしなかった。

  • UNTIL IT WAS LURCH TIME.

    ラーチの時まではね

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

    子供たちをつかまえて 外に出て マッシュを回して食べた

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

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

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

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

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

    >> スティーブン:それはCBSの製品ですよね?

  • THERE YOU GO!

    そこに行け!

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

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

  • TIME.

    時間だ

  • IT'S A DEAL!

    IT'S A DEAL!

  • I HOPE YOU CHECK IT OUT SOME DAY.

    I HOPE YOU CHECK IT OUT SOME DAY.

  • I HAVE HEARD REALLY GOOD THINGS.

    I HAVE HEARD REALLY GOOD THINGS.

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

    お前はSWHOのような男だ 賢さのフォントだ

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

    >> もしよろしければ、私たちの一部を提供してくれないか?

  • VIEWERS SOME MATTHEW McCONA-HELP.

    ビューアーSOME MATTHEW McCONA-HELP.

  • FOR PEOPLE CELEBRATING FAMILY APART FROM FAMILY THIS YEAR.

    FOR PEOPLE CELEBRATING FAMILY APART FROM FAMILY THIS YEAR.

  • DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR THEM?

    DO YOU HAVE ANY ADVICE FOR THEM?

  • IT'S THE SOUND THING TO DO.

    それは、やるべき健全なことだ。

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

    >> そうだ、この音で何をすればいいのか見てみよう。

  • THANKSGIVING TURKEY DAY.

    THANKSGIVING TURKEY DAY.

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

    これだけは言わせてもらうが...今は考えておくべき時だ。

  • SURVIVE, LET'S NOT THRIVE.

    生き残れ、生き残らない。

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

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

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

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

  • A GOOD YEAR TO HOLD OFF ON THAT.

    A GOOD YEAR TO HOLD OFF ON THAT.

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

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

  • THE TURKEY WAS EVER GOING TO TASTE.

    ターキーは、これまでにない味だった。

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

    >> スティーブン:そして、次の感謝祭はどれくらい甘いのでしょうか?

  • >> IT WILL BE SO SWEET.

    >> それはとても甘いだろう。

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

    >> スティーブン: 部品を大きく...大きく削ることになる。

  • >> TWO YEARS' WORTH.

    >> TWO YEARS' WORTH.

  • DOUBLE UP NEXT YEAR.

    来年はダブルアップ

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

    >> スティーブン:あなたはパイを倍にすることができます。

  • LET'S TALK GRATITUDE.

    LET'S TALK GRATITUDE.

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

    大小問わず、今年は何に感謝していますか?

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

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

  • >> SMALL THING.

    >> SMALL THING.

  • >> Stephen: WHAT ARE YOU GRATEFUL FOR.

    >> スティーブン何に感謝してるの?

  • >> THERE'S ONE RIGHT THERE.

    >> THERE'S ONE RIGHT THERE.

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

    そして、私はこれらの新しいシャープなペアを愛しています。

  • ( WHISTLES ).

    ( WHISTLES )

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

    >> スティーブンあなたは文字通り下を向いてネイルをしていた

  • CLIPPERS IN FRONT OF YOU?

    目の前のクリッパーズ?

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

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

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

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

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

    クリッパーズと30分のセッションをします

  • FINGERS AND TOES.

    指と足の指。

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

    今日は私の好きな時間の一つです。

  • I LOVE A GOOD SHARP CLIPPER, NAIL CLIPPER.

    I LOVE A GOOD SHARP CLIPPER, NAIL CLIPPER.

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

    >> スティーブン:私は...私はそれがそうなるとは思っていませんでした。

  • PLEASURE ZONE FOR MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY.

    マッチェウ・マコナウジーの歓楽街。

  • >> IT'S ONE OF THEM.

    >> それは彼らのうちの一人です。

  • I HAVE THESE IN EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE.

    I HAVE THESE IN EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE.

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

    40組は... >> スティーブン本当に?

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

    無造作にクリップして、部屋の中を飛び回りますか?

  • ALL TIMES?

    ALL TIMES?

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

    ARE THERE DRIPS OF TO NAIL CLIPPINGS IN THE CORNER.

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

    >> 私は私のゾーンを持っていて、おそらく私のゾーンは、上で通過することができるかもしれません。

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

    家族のゾーンにいる他の人たちが少し離れて行ってしまう。

  • "THAT'S KIND OF RUDE."

    "それは失礼なことだ"

  • "OKAY, OKAY, HEADING OUTSIDE.

    "OKAY, OKAY, HEADING OUTSIDE.

  • HEADING OUTSIDE."

    "HEADING OUTSIDE"

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

    >> スティーブン:あなたはこの履歴書に何かを追加しました。

  • YEAR.

    YEAR.

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

    THE TIMES NUMBER-ONE BESTSELLER AUTHOR, YOUR MEMOIR,

  • "GREENLIGHTS," WENT TO NUMBER ONE.

    "GREENLIGHTS," WENT TO NUMBER ONE.

  • WHAT, MATTHEW McCONAUGHEY, DOES THAT MEAN?

    マチュー・マコナウジー どういう意味だ?

  • WHAT'S "GREENLIGHTS"?

    WHAT'S "GREENLIGHTS"?

  • >> CHECK THIS OUT.

    >> CHECK THIS OUT.

  • GREEN LIGHTS.

    GREEN LIGHTS.

  • WE LOVE GREEN LIGHTS.

    WE LOVE GREEN LIGHTS.

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

    彼らは「はい」と言い、「キャリーオン」と言い、「前進」と言い、「ザッタボーイ」と「ザッタガール」と言います。

  • WE DON'T LIKE THE RED LIGHTS.

    俺たちは赤い光が好きじゃない

  • THEY MAKE THINGS HARD.

    THEY MAKE THINGS HARD.

  • THE CRISES OR WHATEVER.

    THE CRISES OR WHATEVER.

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

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

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

    未来、黄色と赤で学ぶ教訓、そしてそれを介して

  • MAKES THEM TURN GREEN.

    緑になるんだ

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

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

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

    赤と黄色でさえ、私たちがその中にいるときには、危機が発生します。

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

    >> スティーブン赤の話をしないでくれて嬉しいよ

  • AND YELLOWS.

    そして黄色。

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

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

  • INTO EACH OTHER.

    EACH EXTO EXTH EXTH EXTH EXTH EXTH

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

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

  • YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE THE REDS AND YELLOWS.

    YOU HAVE TO INCLUDE THE REDS AND YELLOWS.

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

    >> スティーブン:あなたの知恵とバンパーステッカーの多くを含んでいます。

  • SLOGANS IN HERE.

    SLOGANS IN HERE。

  • WHY DO YOU LOVE BUTCHER STICKER SLOGANS SO MUCH?

    なぜそんなにブッチャースティッカースローガンが好きなの?

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

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

  • OF THE BASTIONS OF REAL ACCEPTABLE FREE SPEECH.

    本当の意味での容認可能な自由な言論の基本。

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

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

  • THEM THAT SERIOUSLY.

    真面目な話だ

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

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

  • YOU KNOW IF THEY HAVE A FAMILY.

    YOU KNOW IF THEY HAVE A FAMILY.

  • YOU KNOW WHAT THEIR DENOMINATION IS.

    YOU KNOW WHAT THEIR DENOMINATION IS.

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

    銃を持っているかどうかは、あなたが知っています。

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

    バンパー・スティッカーで色々と調べられます。

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

    私がいつも楽しいと思っていることは、車を引っ張り上げてバンパーを見ることです。

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

    ステッカーで車輪の後ろにいる人の画像をすぐに取得します。

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

    車の横に寄せて 運転している人が合うかどうか確認してください

  • THE IMAGE YOU HAD VIA THE BUMPER STICKER.

    THE IMAGE YOU HAD VIA THE BUMPER STICKER.

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

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

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

    A BUMPER STICKER AND MAY BE EXACTLY WHAT YOU THOUGHT AND

  • MAYBE SOMETHING DIFFERENT.

    何か違うかもしれない。

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

    >> スティーブンこれについてはどうかな?

  • THINGS FROM PEOPLE'S BUMPER STICKERS.

    THINGS FROM PEOPLE'S BUMPER STICKERS.

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

    TINDERのようなアプリの代わりに、バンパーの写真を撮影します。

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

    スティッカーと人は、あなたに会いたいかどうかを基準に判断します。

  • THAT.

    THAT.

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

    >> 日没と日の出の話をしているんだが、そうじゃないか?

  • THAT WOULD WORK.

    うまくいくはずだ

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

    >> スティーブンあなたが言うのは本当なの?

  • CONSIDER RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR IN TEXAS?

    テキサス州知事に立候補することを検討していますか?

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

    MR.マコーナヘイさん、テキサス州知事に立候補してくれませんか?

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

    簡単な答えだイエスか地獄のイエス

  • WHICH ONE IS IT?

    どっちがどっちなんだ?

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

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

  • AS I SAID, THAT WOULD BE UP TO --

    私が言ったように、それはあなた次第です...

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

    >> スティーブン政治的な答えだ!

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

    それが政治的な答えだこの時点では何の計画もありません。

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

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