字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント - I remember--you know one of the most amazing things for me was when Nelson Mandela came out of prison, he would always tell jokes. And now people had never thought of him as a funny guy 'cause he had been in jail for 27 years. And so everything Nelson Mandela said sounded big, sounded po-- but he'd throw jokes in and nobody would laugh. And he'd, like, one of my favorites was he was-- they had just launched the Kruger coin, you know, the gold coin with his face on it. And so they said-- a British journalist said, "Mr. Mandela, Mr. Mandela, how does it feel "to go from being an outlaw to now be considered "the face of a country. You have your own currency. How does that feel?" And he was like, "That's how you know you've made it. "When you have your own money. No more socializing with poor people." And people were like, "Yeah, yeah. I hear what he's said." And I was in the back, I was like, "Ha-ha." And people were like, "Why don't--" It was a joke. - Wow. - That's all you have, you know? - You're great at accents, too. Really good at accents. - I try.