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A man convicted of writing bad checks to casinos has written a book that he predicts will become a national bestseller. Entitled A Casino Is Born Every Minute, the 250-page book details James Duncan’s successful and unsuccessful attempts to beat casinos. Duncan is serving a five-year sentence for grand larceny in the Las Vegas city jail. He wrote 18 bogus checks, ranging in value from ,000 to ,000, at 17 different casinos. “My only mistake was cashing that last check at the same casino I had cashed the first check at,” said Duncan. “They were waiting for me.” Duncan only has a few months left before he is released from the jail. During his incarceration, he used the library facilities and computers to write his book. He completed the book two months ago and is now shopping it around to various publishers. Books about gambling and casinos are very popular. People like to about gangsters, beautiful women, flashy cars, posh hotels, and the exciting possibilities of winning it all and losing it all. Duncan says he was the first card-counter in Las Vegas. He claims that he made almost million at blackjack. Then, other card sharks started copying his technique. “They abused the system,” said Duncan. “They got greedy. If they’d been like me, and just won some here and there, different places, and different nights, the casinos wouldn’t have gotten suspicious so fast.” When the casinos realized what was going on, they started using two or more decks at the blackjack tables to thwart the counters. They escorted out anyone they suspected of counting cards. Article/201106/1420961Meanwhile Boaz went up to the town gate and sat there. When the kinsman-redeemer he had mentioned came along, Boaz said, "Come over here, my friend, and sit down." So he went over and sat down. 2Boaz took ten of the elders of the town and said, "Sit here," and they did so. 3Then he said to the kinsman-redeemer, "Naomi, who has come back from Moab, is selling the piece of land that belonged to our brother Elimelech. 4I thought I should bring the matter to your attention and suggest that you buy it in the presence of these seated here and in the presence of the elders of my people. If you will redeem it, do so. But if you will not, tell me, so I will know. For no one has the right to do it except you, and I am next in line." "I will redeem it," he said. 5Then Boaz said, "On the day you buy the land from Naomi and from Ruth the Moabitess, you acquire the dead man's widow, in order to maintain the name of the dead with his property." 6At this, the kinsman-redeemer said, "Then I cannot redeem it because I might endanger my own estate. You redeem it yourself. I cannot do it." 7(Now in earlier times in Israel, for the redemption and transfer of property to become final, one party took off his sandal and gave it to the other. This was the method of legalizing transactions in Israel.) 8So the kinsman-redeemer said to Boaz, "Buy it yourself." And he removed his sandal. 9Then Boaz announced to the elders and all the people, "Today you are witnesses that I have bought from Naomi all the property of Elimelech, Kilion and Mahlon. 10I have also acquired Ruth the Moabitess, Mahlon's widow, as my wife, in order to maintain the name of the dead with his property, so that his name will not disappear from among his family or from the town records. Today you are witnesses!" 11Then the elders and all those at the gate said, "We are witnesses. May the Lord make the woman who is coming into your home like Rachel and Leah, who together built up the house of Israel. May you have standing in Ephrathah and be famous in Bethlehem. 12Through the offspring the Lord gives you by this young woman, may your family be like that of Perez, whom Tamar bore to Judah." 13So Boaz took Ruth and she became his wife. Then he went to her, and the Lord enabled her to conceive, and she gave birth to a son. 14The women said to Naomi: "Praise be to the Lord , who this day has not left you without a kinsman-redeemer. May he become famous throughout Israel! 15He will renew your life and sustain you in your old age. For your daughter-in-law, who loves you and who is better to you than seven sons, has given him birth." 16Then Naomi took the child, laid him in her lap and cared for him. 17The women living there said, "Naomi has a son." And they named him Obed. He was the father of Jesse, the father of David. 18This, then, is the family line of Perez: Perez was the father of Hezron, 19Hezron the father of Ram, Ram the father of Amminadab, 20Amminadab the father of Nahshon, Nahshon the father of Salmon, 21Salmon the father of Boaz, Boaz the father of Obed, 22Obed the father of Jesse, and Jesse the father of David. Article/200902/62615

As soon as the jury had a little recovered from the shock of being upset, and their slates and pencils had been found and handed back to them, they set to work very diligently to write out a history of the accident, all except the Lizard, who seemed too much overcome to do anything but sit with its mouth open, gazing up into the roof of the court. `What do you know about this business?' the King said to Alice. `Nothing,' said Alice. `Nothing WHATEVER?' persisted the King. `Nothing whatever,' said Alice. Article/201105/134922

When the bell finally rang, Edward rushed as swiftly and as gracefully from the room as he had last Monday. And, like last Monday, I stared after him in amazement.  终于打下课铃了,只见爱德华和上个星期一一样,迅速而又优雅地冲出了教室。而且,同上个星期一一样,我也目瞪口呆地目送了他的背影。  Mike skipped quickly to my side and picked up my books for me. I imagined him with a wagging tail.  迈克迅速地蹿到了我的旁边并帮我把书捡了起来。我想象他和他说的那条金毛猎犬一样,在把东西找回来的时候可以摇他的追击者。  ;That was awful,; he groaned. ;They all looked exactly the same. You#39;re lucky you had Cullen for a partner.;  ;太难了,;他抱怨道,;看上去全都一模一样。你真走运,有爱德华做你的搭档。;   ;I didn#39;t have any trouble with it,; I said, stung by his assumption. I regretted the snub instantly. ;I#39;ve done the lab before, though,; I added before he could get his feelings hurt.  ;看这个我倒没有什么问题,;我说,他的主观臆断我听了很不是滋味。可话一说出去,我马上就后悔了。;不过,我以前做过这个实验。;我趁他的感情还没受到伤害,赶紧补上了一句。  ;Cullen seemed friendly enough today,; he commented as we shrugged into our raincoats. He didn#39;t seem pleased about it.  ;卡伦今天似乎挺友好的嘛。;在我们套上雨衣的时候,他道。对此,他似乎不太高兴。  I tried to sound indifferent. ;I wonder what was with him last Monday.;  我努力装出一副不在乎的语气:;我不知道他上个星期一怎么啦。;  I couldn#39;t concentrate on Mike#39;s chatter as we walked to Gym, and PE. didn#39;t do much to hold my attention, either. Mike was on my team today. He chivalrously covered my position as well as his own, so my woolgathering was only interrupted when it was my turn to serve; my team ducked warily out of the way every time I was up.  去体育馆的路上,迈克唠叨个没完,我却老走神,没听进去多少,而且体育课也没强到哪里去,我同样也是老分心。今天迈克和我在一个队,他很有骑士风范,除了守自己的位以外,还守了我的位,所以,我的胡思乱想只是轮到我发球时才得以打断;每次我跳起来的时候,我们队都得小心翼翼地躲闪避让。  The rain was just a mist as I walked to the parking lot, but I was happier when I was in the dry cab. I got the heater running, for once not caring about the mind-numbing roar of the engine. I unzipped my jacket, put the hood down, and fluffed my damp hair out so the heater could dry it on the way home.  我去停车场时,雨已经只是一片雾雨了,但坐进了干爽的驾驶室后,我还是更为高兴一些。我打开了空调,一时也顾不得发动机那极度的轰隆声了。我拉开了上衣的拉链,把帽兜放了下来,抖开了湿气沉沉的头发,以便回家的路上空调可以把头发吹干。  I looked around me to make sure it was clear. That#39;s when I noticed the still, white figure. Edward Cullen was leaning against the front door of the Volvo, three cars down from me, and staring intently in my direction. I swiftly looked away and threw the truck into reverse, almost hitting a rusty Toyota Corolla in my haste. Lucky for the Toyota, I stomped on the brake in time. It was just the sort of car that my truck would make scrap metal of. I took a deep breath, still looking out the other side of my car, and cautiously pulled out again, with greater success. I stared straight ahead as I passed the Volvo, but from a peripheral peek, I would swear I saw him laughing.  我朝四周瞧了瞧,以确定周围没有东西。也就是在这时,我看见一个静止的白色身影。爱德华·卡伦斜靠在离我有三辆车远的沃尔沃的前门上,正目不转睛地盯着我这个方向。我迅速将视线移开并猛地倒起车来,匆忙之中,差点儿撞上了一辆破旧的丰田花冠。幸亏我及时猛踩了一脚刹车,那辆丰田才逃过一劫。而丰田的车,正好是撞上我的卡车就会碎成废铜烂铁的那种车。我长吸了一口气,眼睛依然看着车子另一边的外头,又小心地往后倒起来,这一次成功多了。我从沃尔沃旁边经过时,眼睛盯着正前方,不过我还是用余光偷看了一眼,我敢发誓,他正在笑话我. Article/201205/180666


  ;My God!;I said.;What#39;s that?; “我的上帝啊!”我说。“那是什么声音?” Everyone ran out of their rooms.Lord Bothwell was down-stairs.;Don#39;t be afraid, ladies,;he said.;My men are out-side—they#39;re going to see what it is.; 大家都从自己的房间里跑出来。思韦尔勋爵下了楼。“不要害怕,夫人,”他说道。“我的人已经出去了——他们去看看到底是怎么回事。” After an hour he came to see me.;Please sit down, my lady,;he said.;I have some unhappy news.; 一个小时后他来见我。“请坐下,我的夫人,”他说道。“我有一些不愉快的消息告诉你。” ;Yes,my lord.What is it?; “好的,我的勋爵,是什么?” ;It#39;s your husband, Lord Darnley. He is dead.; “是你的丈夫,达恩利亲王。他死了。” ;But—how? How did he die? Who killed him?; “可是——怎么会?他怎么死的?谁杀了他?” ;I don#39;t know, my lady.That bang—that was his house,Kirk o#39;Field. It#39;s not there any more.; “我不知道,我的夫人。那声巨响——就来自他的房子,柯克·欧菲尔德。它已不存在了。” ;What? And Darnley was inside?; “什么?可达恩利在里面吗?” ;Well, no, my lady,;Bothwell said slowly. “噢,他不在,我的夫人,”思韦尔慢慢地说。 ;My men found him in the garden, not in the house. He is wearing only night clothes, and there is no blood on him. But he is dead. I am sorry.; “我的人在花园里而不是在房子里发现了他。他只穿着睡衣,身上没有血迹。可他已经死了。我很难过。” ;Take me out there! I want to see him—now!; “把我带到那儿去!我想见他——现在!” ;Yes, my lady.; “好吧,我的夫人。” I went out to Kirk o#39;Field in the early morning. There was no house now—no walls, no doors, no windows—nothing.And there in the garden, a long way from the house, was that poor dead boy, my husband. 清晨,我去了柯克·欧菲尔德。现在那里已经没有房子了——没有墙,没有门,没有窗户——什么也没有。而在花园里,离房子很远的地方,躺着那可怜的男孩的尸体——那就是我的丈夫。 I did not love him but I cried then. He was your father,James, and I did not kill him. I don#39;t know who killed him,but he had many enemies in Scotland. 虽然我不爱他,但那时候我哭了。他是你的父亲,詹姆斯,我没有杀他。我不知道是谁杀死了他,但他在苏格兰有很多仇敌。 I was very afraid.I, too, had enemies, and I often slept there. Perhaps someone wanted to kill me, too. 我感到很害怕。我也有仇敌,而我经常睡在那里。或许有人也想杀我。 Article/201204/177598。

  Guardian On The Road 04This brought back the fear in me and I was sure she was going to pull a stunt. I watched as she walked up toward the door, the fog still fairly thick and I was certain that she never even touched the front door! She turned to come back toward us and I gripped the flashlight with all my might as I leaned up toward my mom. She came up to the window and held out her hand. My mom said "No I am just happy to help". She made a motion to insist that mom take what she was giving her. My mom then took it. She closed my mother’s fist over what she had given her and said a few words. My mom just held it in her hand. The woman turned and walked back towards the door. We finally drove off and I asked what she had said. My mom said that she had said that we were some very good people and she blessed us. She said that she wasn't sure about taking a ride from strangers but she had no other way. Then she told my mom to get home safely because the fog was bad.  我又一次感到恐惧,我知道她要有什么不轨行为了。我看着她走向门边,雾还是很大,但我敢确定她根本没有碰门就转身向我们走来,我向前倾身靠近妈妈,用尽全力抓紧电筒。她走到车窗边,伸出手。“不必了,我们很乐意帮忙。”她示意妈妈接她给的东西。于是妈妈接了过来。那女人把东西放进妈妈手里,然后把妈妈的手合上并对她说了几句话。妈妈手里一直握着那东西。然后那女人又转身走向了门边。我们重新开车上路,我问妈妈那女人对她说了什么。妈妈告诉我她说我们是好人并祝福我们。还说她自己也不知道搭陌生人的车是否明智之举,但除此之外也没有别的办法了。她还告诉妈妈一定要平安到家,因为雾气实在是太大了。 Article/200812/59764

  Pride is a funny thing. Sometimes it’s good. People should take pride in things they do well. It’s also OK to be proud of the people you love. I’m very proud of my children for many reasons. My proudest moment was when my son was born. Sometimes I’m proud of myself. When I’ve done something really difficult, I’m proud of myself. I recently lost a lot of weight so I’m quite proud of that. Last week I told my students I was proud of them. I think teachers are proud of their classes. Of course, there are times when pride is not so good. Sometimes people refuse to say sorry. They know they are wrong, but their pride stops them from apologizing. If more people swallowed their pride, we could get along better. Article/201107/144155Jill answered the phone. It was Jack."Jill, will you marry me next week?""What?"Jack repeated his question."Of course not," she replied. She wondered why he was asking her that question. They had aly agreed that when people get married, they immediately start to take each other for granted. They don’t do the "little things" like opening the car door or holding hands. They get too comfortable. They treat their partner like an old shoe. And eventually, they get bored with each other and get divorced."We aly agreed that we don’t want to get married because we don’t want to get divorced."Jack agreed. But he argued that they were special. They were different from other couples. They loved each other too much to end up in a divorce."Yes, that may be true. But still, why next week? Why can’t we think about it for another year or two?""Because I had two dreams the last two nights. In both dreams, you left me for another man. In fact, you left me for two different men. I want to get married now so I don’t have these dreams anymore.""Hmm. What did these men look like?" Article/201103/129934YouthYouth is not a time of life; it is a state of mind; it is not a matter of rosy cheeks, red lips and supple knees; it is a matter of the will, a quality of the imagination, a vigor of the emotions; it is the freshness of the deep springs of life.Youth means a temperamental predominance of courage over timidity, of the appetite for adventure over the love of ease. This often exists in a man of 60 more than a boy of 20. Nobody grows old merely by a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ideals.Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul. Worry, fear, self-distrust bows the heart and turns the spirit back to dust.Whether 60 or 16, there is in every human being's heart the lure of wonders, the unfailing appetite for what's next and the joy of the game of living. In the center of your heart and my heart, there is a wireless station; so long as it receives messages of beauty, hope, courage and power from man and from the infinite, so long as you are young. When your aerials are down, and your spirit is covered with snows of cynicism and the ice of pessimism, then you've grown old, even at 20; but as long as your aerials are up, to catch waves of optimism, there's hope you may die young at 80. Article/200908/80587

  PART FIVE - THE NEXT MRS. ROCHESTERCHAPTER TWENTY-FIVEHappinessFerndean Manor was a pretty old house in the forest. As I came near, the door of the house opened and Edward Rochester came out! [-----1-----]. He looked as strong as before and his hair was still black, but in his face I saw a bitter, desperate look that was not there before. The blink man walked slowly along the path. Many times he looked up hopefully at the sky, but [-----2-----]. After a while he stopped walking. Rain fell on his bent head. Finally he walked slowly back to the house and closed the door. When I knocked at the door, Mr. Rochester's old servant, John, opened it. He knew me immediately, and I asked to stay at the house that night. "But [-----3-----], Miss Eyre," said Mary, Jonh's wife. We were talking together in the kitchen. "He won't see anyone except John and I." she was lighting some candles. "Mr. Rochester always wants candles in the sitting room, even though he's blind." "Give them to me, Mary," I said, "I'll take them to him."Mr. Rochester was sitting near the fire in the dark room. "Put down the candles, Mary." he said."Here they are, sir." I said."Wait... you are Mary, aren't you?" he asked, listening carefully."Mary's in the kitchen, sir." I answered. 填空 :1、As I watched him I felt both happy hand sad我看到他,心里觉得又幸福又悲伤。2、it was clear that he could see nothing但显然他什么也看不见。3、he may not want to see you但是,他也许不愿意见到你。隐藏Vocabulary Focuseven though:相当于even if,引导让步状语从句,意为“即使”。 Article/200907/76364The next night, as planned, Amanda went out to meet David at a local bar called "McGrundy's." They had an excellent night together, and it was getting pretty late.   "One more drink?" David asked.   "Sure. Why not?" Amanda replied, even though she was getting a little tipsy. David ordered Amanda another screwdriver, and handed it to her. She drank it down, and David paid. They left.   The next morning, Jennifer woke to hear whimpering in the bathroom. She really wasn't y to wake up, as Amanda and her new boyfriend had come in late and woken her up. They'd been making a lot of noise in the bathroom, too. Jennifer moaned, got up, and walked into the bathroom.  "Amanda? What the hell?" Amanda was asleep in a bathtub full of ice cubes. Jennifer was extremely confused. She looked around the bathroom and saw a note on the counter top. It : Call 911 if you want to live.  Jen, thinking it a joke, shook Amanda to try and wake her. She wouldn't wake up. Jennifer called 911.   Paramedics arrived at their apartment and took Amanda out of the tub, naked. They rolled her over and, as they suspected -- Amanda's kidneys had been stolen.  第二天晚上,照原定计划阿曼达去了附近一个叫做“麦克格朗蒂”的酒吧去见那个叫大卫的人。他们当晚过得很开心,一直呆到很晚的时候。  “想再喝一杯吗?”大卫问她。  “好啊,为什么不呢?”阿曼达回答说。其实她现在已经有点醉了。 大卫又点了杯“螺丝钻”鸡尾酒递给她。阿曼达一饮而尽,大卫付了账单,随即两个人离开了。  转天早晨,詹尼佛被卫生间里传来的呻吟声惊醒。阿曼达和新男朋友昨晚回来的时候把她吵醒了,随后她们又在卫生间弄出了很大的声音,弄得她没睡好,现在根本不想起床。詹尼佛抱怨了一声,下床走进了卫生间。  “阿曼达,你又怎么了?”  浴缸里装满了冰块,阿曼达就睡在里面。此时詹尼佛对眼前的一幕完全不知所云,她环视卫生间的四周,最后发现梳妆台上有张纸条。上面写着:如果你想活命的话,拨打911。  詹尼佛以为阿曼达和她开玩笑,就晃着她的身子试图叫醒她。但是阿曼达怎么也醒不过来,于是詹尼佛拨打了911。  医护人员来到了他们住的公寓,把着的阿曼达抬出浴缸。他们把阿曼达的身子翻过来,与他们怀疑的一样——她的肾脏被取走了。 Article/200810/54390

  I really wish I could play a musical instrument. I can’t. I had a few music lessons when I was a kid, but I didn’t keep them up. I really regret that now. I get quite jealous of people who can play a musical instrument. It’s a wonderful ability. I hope they know how lucky they are to be able to play an instrument. Of all the musical instruments, I’d like to play the piano. I think this is the king of musical instruments. It sounds so beautiful. Pianos also look beautiful. I imagine it’s very relaxing playing it. Another instrument I’d like to play is the guitar. I still want to be a rock star, although I’m a bit old now. I suppose it’s never too old though to learn to play something. I haven’t given up hope. Article/201106/139495

  Life is for living. That’s what I believe. It sounds very simple, but actually, it’s quite difficult. You only have one life, so you really have to live it. Don’t waste time doing boring things. Live life for today. Is living working in an office all your life? No. Take some risks in life. Invest in your life and do the things you really want to do. If you don’t try and live your dreams, you don’t really live. I often hear people saying to other, “get a life”. I agree with them. Don’t wait and let life pass you by. Life is too short and you can’t go back. I have a full life. I don’t live life in the fast lane, but I do make sure I do things so that when I look back on my life, I won’t have any regrets. Article/201105/137724。

  Taco trucks cannot remain parked in the same location for more than an hour, according to a new Los Angeles city law. They cannot return to that location for three hours. In the past, they could not remain parked in the same location for more than two hours. Restaurant owners complain that the taco trucks are stealing their customers, “because taco truck food is faster and cheaper. Plus, they don’t have to pay taxes or get health inspections.”Lawyer Phil Greenberg says the time limit is unenforceable. “The two-hour law was never enforced by the city, so what’s the point of changing it to one hour?” he asked. “The city has more important things to do than ticket these hard workers. What about all the potholes, the graffiti, the homeless, and the gangs? LA is almost 0 million in debt. The mayor has aly said he’s going to lay off 767 city employees. There won’t be anyone left to enforce the new parking law. There are thousands of taco trucks in this city.”The penalty for the first violation of the new law is 0; the second violation can result in a maximum ,000 fine and six months in jail. One angry truck owner said, “This is a racist law. All of us taco truck owners are Latinos. Our trucks are an important part of the history and culture of Los Angeles. Thirty of us have aly agreed to park our trucks in the same spot all day long. If a law is illegal, it is our duty as good citizens to ignore it.” City residents who want to support taco trucks can visit saveourtacotrucks.org. Article/201108/149660

  Police arrested five young men for setting the Malibu Canyon fire that recently destroyed 53 homes, resulted in the temporary evacuation of 12,000 people, and burned 5,000 acres of woodland. The fire began in a small public park that prohibited alcohol and fires. The men, with seven friends, were drinking beer and wine; a campfire helped keep them warm that chilly, windy evening. They were roasting hotdogs and marshmallows on the campfire.Firemen and deputy sheriffs searched the park afterward, and found some food, food packages, empty bottles and cans, and even a few receipts. The deputy sheriffs went to Ralphs, the local supermarket that the receipts came from. The assistant manager was there the night the food and booze were sold.“Oh, yes, I remember them very well,” he said. The men were regular customers, who showed up at least once a month on Friday or Saturday night. They usually bought firewood, food, and alcohol, often with a credit card. He wondered if they might be using the firewood in a prohibited area, but he never said anything about it. “They seemed like intelligent people,” he told a deputy sheriff.At a televised news conference, County Sheriff Lee Baca announced the arrests. However, at least one homeowner was still bitter. “That’s good detective work, but so what?” asked Martha Knapp. “These arrests aren’t going to rebuild our homes or diminish our misery. These guys are young—half of their income for the rest of their lives should go toward paying for our losses. But that will never happen. I wish they had all been in my home when it burnt down. I would have enjoyed kicking their dead bodies.” Article/201105/137043

  Something Lives At Jackman Trail 04For a split second I thought that I had lost my mind. I had no idea if anyone else had seen it. A mere second later I let loose a terrified scream that sounded in perfect unison with Marc. He too had seen the creature but the two guys in the back seat were too busy goofing off and hadn't seen anything. We sped out of there as fast as we could.  A few miles up the road we pulled off at a gas station to calm down and get some sodas. Eric and Forest wanted to know why we had screamed and sped away but when we told them they just laughed at us and said we were making it up to scare them.   Some people I’ve told this to suggest that what we saw was a wild dog, wild cat or some other animal. Others have suggested that it was a demon. What it was exactly I don’t know and will not even attempt to explain. This happened well over ten years ago and even though I live but a few miles from Jackman Trail, I haven’t been back since and will never go back. Article/200903/63592

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