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Chapter Five: Mr Brownlow

When Oliver arrived at Mr Brownlow’s house he was very ill. He almost
died. For many days he lay in a clean bed in a sunny room. Mr Brownlow’s
housekeeper took care of him. Her name was Mrs Bedwin. She and Mr
Brownlow were very kind to the little boy.

There was a picture of a lady near Oliver’s bed. “What a beautiful
lady!”

he said. “But her eyes are very sad!”

When Mr Brownlow came to see Oliver he said, “Mrs Bedwin, look at the
picture on the wall and look at Oliver. The head, the eyes, the mouth –
they are the same! I can’t believe this!” He looked at Oliver and then
looked at the picture many times.

When Oliver was better he sat on a chair near his bed. Mr Brownlow had
tears in his eyes when he looked at him.

A long time passed and Oliver was finally well. Mr Brownlow and Mrs
Bedwin loved little Oliver. Mr Brownlow bought him new clothes. For the
first time in his life Oliver was happy. He liked his new home very
much.

One day Mr Brownlow asked Oliver, “Do you like it here?”

Oliver said, “I’m very happy, sir. You are so kind to me. I want to stay
here. Please don’t send me away.”

Mr Brownlow said, “Of course you can stay here!”

Mr Brownlow showed him his library. Oliver was interested in the books.

“I want to send you to a good school, Oliver. Then you can read these
books.”

One sunny day Mr Brownlow said, “Oliver, can you please take these books
to the bookshop? Give this £5 note to the man in the shop.”

“I am happy to do this for you,” said Oliver smiling. He took the books
and walked happily down the street.

Nancy was standing in a small street. When he walked into the small
street Nancy saw him. She put her arms around him. “Oh, my dear brother!
I found you! You must come home with me now. You are a bad boy!”

Oliver cried, “Help! Help!”

Just then Bill Sikes arrived. He said, “It’s young Oliver! Come home
with us. Mother is waiting for us.”

Sikes and Nancy pulled Oliver to Fagin’s shop.

When they arrived at Fagin’s shop he said, “Oliver, I’m happy to see
you!”

Charley Bates took Oliver’s new clothes. Sikes took the five pound note
and Fagin took the books.

“You can keep me here all my life.” cried Oliver, “But please return
these books and the five pound note to Mr Brownlow. Please! He mustn’t
think I am a thief.”

“Oh, yes, he must!” said Fagin. Everyone laughed at Oliver.

Oliver jumped up and ran to the door. Fagin hit Oliver with a big stick.

Nancy pulled the stick out of Fagin’s hand. She threw it in the fire.

“Don’t hit the boy again!” she said.

Sikes pushed Nancy to the floor and Fagin laughed. Then they locked
Oliver in a dark room.

It was night time at Mr Brownlow’s house. He and Mrs Bedwin waited for
Oliver all night, but he never came home. Mr Brownlow was very sad and
worried. Where was Oliver?

Chapter Six: The Crime

One rainy night Fagin went to see Bill Sikes. “I want to talk about that
big house outside London. There are many precious things to steal! It’s
perfect for us!” He was very excited.

“Yes, it’s a very rich house,” said Sikes. “But it will be difficult.
The house is completely closed at night. There’s one small window at the
back. It’s easy to open, but only a small boy can enter.” “Oliver is the
boy for you, Sikes,”said Fagin. “He must start working for his bread.”

The next morning Oliver found a new pair of shoes near his bed. He was
very happy.

“Tonight you must go to see Bill Sikes,” said Fagin.

“Why?” asked Oliver.

“Sikes can tell you. Be careful, Oliver, he’s a cruel man. Do what he
tells you,” Fagin said.

Oliver was afraid. He prayed God to help him.

Nancy came and took Oliver to Sikes. “Be good and quiet. Give me your
hand,” she said.

When Sikes saw Oliver he put a pistol to his head. “Do what I say or
I’ll shoot you! Do you hear me?” Oliver heard him and was terrified . He
didn’t say a word.

“Now come with me!” said Sikes.

Sikes and Oliver walked together in the cold fog. After some time they
arrived in the country. They met another thief called Toby Crackit.
Oliver walked between the two thieves. Soon they climbed a wall and saw
a big country house. The night was cold and foggy.

When Oliver saw the country house he understood their terrible plan. He
fell to his knees and said, “Please let me go! I don’t want to steal! I
prefer to die here.”

Toby Crackit put his hand over Oliver’s mouth. Sikes opened the small
window at the back of the house. Then he put a pistol to Oliver’s head
and whispered , “Listen! Go in through this small window. Then go to the
front door. Open it and we will enter the house. Remember, I’m watching
you and I have a pistol!”

Oliver went in through the window. He wanted to warn the family, so he
started going up the stairs.

Sikes cried, “Come back!” Suddenly there was a light. Oliver saw two men
at the top of the stairs. There was a loud noise, a light and some smoke
from a pistol. Oliver felt a terrible pain! He was terrified and ran
back to the small window.

Sikes put his arm through the window. He pulled Oliver quickly through
the window.

“Oliver is hurt,” said Sikes. “Look at the blood!” He carried Oliver to
the garden wall. Oliver was very cold, and then he saw and heard no
more.

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Sikes left Oliver at the garden wall. He ran away with Toby Crackit. Two
men and their dogs followed them. They were servants of the country
house.

“Do you see anyone, Giles?” asked Mr Brittles. “It’s too dark. I can’t
see anything,” said Mr Giles. The two men returned to the country house.
They didn’t see Oliver’s body.

Oliver stayed on the cold wet ground all night.

旧时的大不列颠及苏格兰联合王天皇室

It’s not a story that I telling you how a girl chasing her idol.

A Dutch “positivity trainer” has launched a legal battle to change his
age and boost his dating prospects.

简爱

Chapter Two: War, Peace and Taxes

King Henry was a very ambitious man. He wanted the glory of a war and in
1512 he invaded France unsuccessfully. The following year Henry was more
successful. The English won a battle that Henry called “The Battle of
the Spurs.”

While Henry was in France, the Scottish King, James IV, invaded northern
England. After a violent battle the English won at Flodden Field. King
James IV and thousands of Scots were killed.

Henry was pleased with the success in France and he wanted to return the
following year. However, the war cost a lot of money and only a little
land was conquered.

Henry’s adviser, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, did not want another war. He
convinced Henry to make peace with France. He was a very ambitious and
greedy man . In 1515 he became Lord Chancellor of England.

He was the most powerful man in the country after the King! Wolsey
became very rich. He used his money to build the 1,000-room palace of
Hampton Court. He later gave it to Henry to win his favor.

During this period there were many religious problems. The Catholic
Church was very powerful and very rich. Many people in England did not
like the Church or the priests. They were tired of paying high taxes to
the Church.

In October 1517 a German monk called Martin Luther protested against

the Catholic Church. He wanted to make radical changes. This was the
beginning of the Reformation and the Protestant Church.

Henry did not like Martin Luther’s ideas and wrote the “Defence of the
Seven Sacraments.” He dedicated it to Pope Leo X. The Pope was pleased
and gave Henry the title of “Defender of the Faith.”

For eight years Cardinal Wolsey kept peace with France. In 1520 he
organized a meeting in Piccardy in France, between the two Kings. Wolsey
wanted the Kings to sign a peace treaty.

Elaborate tents made of gold cloth and a beautiful palace were created
for the two Kings and their courts. The entire English court of 5,800
people went to Piccardy. There were jousts and elaborate banquets. An
immense amount of money was spent for this occasion. Henry wore a cloak
made of gold cloth. The extravagant finery gave the meeting its name
“The Field of the Cloth of Gold.” The two Kings signed a peace treaty
but after two years they were at war again!

Henry and his court lived in luxury. His clothes and jewels were always
more magnificent . Henry soon spent most of his father’s money.

During almost 20 years of marriage Catherine gave birth to four sons,
but they all died. Only a girl, Princess Mary, survived . Henry was
desperate.

He didn’t want a daughter. He wanted a son to become king after his
death.

Catherine was too old to have other children and Henry lost interest in
her.

Chapter Three: The Break with Rome

Early in 1526 Henry met a young English lady of the court. Her name was
Anne Boleyn. She had long, black hair and dark eyes. She spoke French
and wore elegant French clothes. She was very lively, intelligent and
interested in politics . Henry fell in love with her immediately.
Several men of the court fell in love with her too. Anne had a sixth
finger on her left hand.

Her enemies called her a witch!

Henry wanted to marry Anne Boleyn and have a son with her. He decided to
divorce Catherine, but he needed permission from the Pope in Rome. He
asked Cardinal Wolsey to convince the Pope. After a few years the Pope
refused the divorce.

Henry was furious with Wolsey and the Church. He accused Cardinal Wolsey
of treason and he died soon after. In 1529 Henry chose Sir Thomas More,
a great scholar and an honest man, as Lord Chancellor of England. Sir
Thomas More was Lord Chancellor until 1532 when he was beheaded because
he opposed Henry’s break with Rome.

In 1533 Henry also chose a new Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer.
Cranmer wanted to change the Church. He believed in the absolute power
of the King. Cranmer encouraged the use of the Bible in English.

He also helped to establish the Protestant Church in England. He later
annulled Henry’s marriage to Catherine of Aragon.

In January 1533 Henry and Anne Boleyn were secretly married. Catherine
of Aragon was banished from court and died alone three years later.

By May 1533 Anne Boleyn was Queen of England. Four months later she gave
birth to Princess Elizabeth. Another girl! Henry was desolate . He
wanted a son more than anything.

In 1534 Thomas Cromwell, Henry’s new Lord Chancellor, helped put into
effect the Act of Supremacy . With this Act Henry became the Supreme
Head of the Church of England.

Henry was soon tired of Anne because she did not give him a son. He then
met another lady called Jane Seymour and fell in love with her.

Anne, Henry’s second wife, was accused of adultery and treason. She was
imprisoned in the Tower of London and was beheaded in May 1536.

Eleven days after Anne Boleyn’s execution Henry married Jane Seymour.

She was a quiet, docile lady who brought happiness to the royal family.

In October 1537 Jane gave birth to a son, Prince Edward. King Henry was
overjoyed and the whole country celebrated. Unfortunately, after twelve
days the Queen died from an infection.

Henry mourned her for a long time. Jane, his third wife, was probably
his favorite.

Henry now had an heir – Prince Edward was the future King of England.

He was first in succession to the throne because he was a male. Edward
was intelligent and received an excellent education from the best
scholars.

To show his power and importance Henry VIII built magnificent palaces
such as St James’ Palace and Whitehall Palace. He also built castles and
more than fifty houses around England.

5 years ago,she was only 20,even not graduated from college,she watched
a British TV series and fell for an actor.He’s charming handsome
gorgeous gentlemen on the tv even in real life.She was crazy about him
for a while like any of young girls they were doing,posters photos
screen on her phone and computer.Talking about him to her parents
friends students,watched all the TVs movies that he played.His
zodiac,birthday,marriage and everything that she knew.

荷兰王国的一名“正能量教练”发起了一场法律诉讼,需要更改本人的年龄,以升高协调约会的成功率。

Part Five: Mr Rochester Proposes 

Later that day, I received a letter which greatly surprised me. Mrs
Reed,

my aunt, was dying, and she wanted me to go and visit her. I set off at
once on a long journey to her home.

When I got there, I was told that my cousin John had died. My aunt was
very ill. At first she could not speak to me. But one day, as I was
sitting by her bed, she showed me a letter. It was from my father’s
brother, who lived in Madeira. This is what it said.

Dear Mrs Reed,

I am looking for my brother’s daughter, Jane Eyre. I am now a rich man,

and I have no children of my own. I want Jane Eyre to live with me. Can
you help me to find my niece?

Yours sincerely,

John Eyre I looked at the date on the letter. ‘But Mrs Reed,’ I said,
‘this letter was sent three years ago. Why didn’t you tell me about it
before?’

‘I never liked you, Jane Eyre,’ my aunt replied. ‘I wrote a letter to
your uncle, and I told him that you were dead. I told him you died at
Lowood School. Now go away and leave me.’

A few days afterwards , Mrs Reed died. I felt sad that she had disliked
me until her death, and I felt glad to leave her house and return to
Thornfield Hall.

It was summer, and the fields around Thornfield were very green and full
of flowers. For me, it was the most beautiful place in the world,
because it was now my home.

‘I know that Adele will be pleased to see me,’ I thought. ‘But what
about Mr Rochester? I want to see him so much, but how does he feel
about me?

Perhaps he is already married to Blanche Ingram? What if they are going
to marry soon? What will I do?’ I felt unhappy when I thought about Mr
Rochester and Blanche Ingram. ‘I can’t stay here when they are
married,’I thought. ‘I must leave this house, which I love, and I will
never see Mr Rochester again.’

When I came near the house, I saw Mr Rochester. He was pleased to see
me, and so were Mrs Fairfax and Adele. I really felt that I had come
back home.

One evening, a few weeks afterwards, I went for a walk in the garden
after I had finished teaching Adele. Mr Rochester saw me there. ‘Come
and talk to me, Jane,’ he said.

‘He’s going to tell me that he is going to marry Blanche Ingram,’ I
thought.

‘Are you happy here, Jane?’ he asked.

‘Yes, Mr Rochester, I am very happy,’ I replied.

‘You’ll be sad to leave here,’ he said.

I could not look at him. ‘He is going to tell me that I must leave
because he’s getting married,’ I thought.

‘Yes, I will be very sad to leave,’ I said.

‘But you must leave, Jane,’ Mr Rochester said.

‘Must I?’ I asked. ‘Will it be soon?’ ‘Yes, it will be soon,’ He said.

‘Is it because you are going to get married?’ I asked.

‘Yes, Jane, I am going to get married. Adele must go to school, and you
must find a new job. I will help you. It will be far from here, though,
my little friend.’

‘Then I shall never see you again?’ I cried.

‘You’ll soon forget me when you are far away,’ he answered.

‘But I will never forget you,’ I thought. ‘You may forget me, when I am
not here, but I will never forget you, Mr Rochester.’

I could hardly speak. Tears were in my eyes, and all that I could say
was,

‘Never!’

He looked at me for a long time, and then, at last, he spoke. ‘Perhaps
you don’t need to go,’ he said. ‘Perhaps you can stay here when I am
married.’

I felt angry now. Did this man think I was made of stone ? Did he not
know how I felt? Did he even care how much his words hurt me?

‘I could never stay,’ I told him. ‘When Miss Ingram is your wife, I must
go.

I know that I am not rich and beautiful like her. I am poor and
unimportant.

But I still feel sadness. If you marry Miss Ingram, I must leave here.’

I was surprised when Mr Rochester smiled. ‘But I don’t want you to
go,Jane,’ he said. ‘I am not going to marry Miss Ingram. Please stay
here with me, because it’s you I want to marry.’

I heard what he said but I could not believe it. ‘You are laughing at
me,’ I said. ‘How can you be so cruel?’

‘I am not laughing at you, Jane,’ he answered. ‘It is you I want to
marry,

and not Miss Ingram. Jane, will you marry me?’

He looked at me so tenderly that I had to believe him. Mr Rochester
really did want to marry me! He wanted me, Jane Eyre, to be his wife!

‘Yes,’ I said quietly, ‘I will marry you.’

‘We will be happy, Jane. No one is going to stop us,’ he told me, with a
strange look in his eyes, which I did not quite understand. But I was
too happy at that moment to think about it for long.

It began to get dark. The weather changed, and a strong wind started to
blow. Rain started to fall as we walked back to the house together.

霍姆斯

Part Two 

Then Mr Grant Munro left, and Holmes and I discussed the case.

‘I am afraid that this is a case of blackmail ,’ said Holmes.

‘And who is the blackmailer ?’ I asked.

‘Well, it must be that creature with the yellow face. Upon my word,

Watson, there is something very attractive about that yellow face at the
window, and I would not miss this case for worlds .’

‘Have you got a theory?’ I asked.

‘Yes,’ Holmes replied, ‘I think her first husband is in the cottage.
This is what I think happened: This woman was married in America. Her
husband got a terrible disease. That is why he has that horrible yellow
face. She ran away from him at last, and came back to England, where she
changed her name and started a new life. After three years of marriage,
she feels safe again, but her first husband, or some unscrupulous woman
attached to him,discovers where she lives. They write to her and tell
her to send them a hundred pounds, or they will tell her new husband
everything. When her husband tells her that someone is living in the
cottage, she knows that they are her blackmailers. In the middle of the
night, while her husband is sleeping, she decides to go to the cottage.
That night she is not able to convince her blackmailers to leave her
alone, so she returns the next day.

That was when her husband saw her coming out of the house. She then
promises her husband that she will not return, but she wants to get rid
of her blackmailers. She decides to go again, and this time she brings a
photograph, which they probably asked her for. Fortunately for her, her
maid warns her that her husband is coming, and she and her blackmailers
leave the house in time.

‘Now we can do nothing except wait for Mr Munro to call us, and then we
will see if my theory is correct.’

We did not have to wait long. After tea we received a message from Mr
Munro saying, ‘There are people in the house.’

That night Holmes and I took a train to Norbury. Mr Munro was waiting
for us at the station, and he took us to the cottage.

When we arrived there, Holmes asked Mr Munro if he was sure he wanted to
enter the cottage. Mr Munro said he was sure and we went to the door of
the cottage. As we approached the door, a woman suddenly appeared. It
was Effie.

‘For God’s sake, don’t Jack!’ she cried. ‘Trust me!’

‘I have trusted you too long, Effie!’ he cried sternly. ‘Let go of me!
My friends and I are going to solve this mystery.’

We rushed up the stairs to the lighted room. In one corner there was a
desk, and at that desk there appeared to be a little girl. Her face was
turned away from us when we entered the room, but we could see she was
wearing a red dress and long white gloves. She turned around to us, and
gave a cry of surprise and horror. Her face was the strangest yellow
colour and it had absolutely no expression .

A moment later the mystery was explained. Holmes, with a laugh, put his
hand behind the ear of the little girl, and pulled off the mask, and
there was a little coal-black girl.

She laughed, and I laughed too, but Grant Munro stood staring with his
hand holding his throat.

‘My God!’ he cried, ‘what does this mean?’

‘I will tell you everything,’ cried his wife with a proud face. ‘You
have forced me, and now we must both accept the situation. My husband
died at Atlanta. My child survived.’

‘Your child!’ cried Grant Munro.

She pulled out a locket, and inside the locket was the picture of a very
handsome and intelligent man, but a man who was obviously of African
descent.

‘This is John Hebron, of Atlanta,’ said Mrs Munro, ‘and he was a very
noble man. I cut myself off from my race to marry him, but I never
regretted it for a moment. Unfortunately, our only child took after his
people rather than mine. She is very dark, but she is my dear little
girl.’

When the little girl heard these words, she ran to her mother.

‘I left her in America with a trusted servant,’ Mrs Munro continued,

‘because she was not very healthy, but I never considered abandoning
her.

When I met you by chance and learned to love you, I was afraid to tell
you about my child. I was afraid to lose you. I kept her existence a
secret from you for three years, but finally I had to see my little
girl. I sent the servant a hundred pounds, and told her to come to this
cottage. I took every possible precaution so that there would not be
gossip about a little black girl.

That is why she wore that yellow mask.

‘You told me about her arrival in the cottage, and that night I had to
see her,

and that was the beginning of my troubles. And now, tonight, you know
everything. What are you going to do about me and my child?’

Mr Grant Munro did not say anything for two minutes, and his answer was
one of which I love to think. He lifted the little child, kissed her,
and, with the little girl in his arms, he gave his other hand to his
wife.

‘We can talk it over more comfortably at home,’ he said. ‘I am not a
very good man, Effie, but I think that I am better than you thought.’

We all left the cottage together, and then Holmes and I returned to
London.

We did not say another word about the case until late that night at
Holmes’

house in Baker Street, just before Holmes went to bed.

‘Watson,’ he said, ‘if you should ever think that I am becoming too
confident in my powers, or that I am not working hard enough on a
particular case, please whisper “Norbury” in my ear, and I will be
infinitely obliged to you.’

She had time and she was free to do anything she wanted.But nothing can
lasts forever,maybe the feelings goes down through the time,she forget
about him slowly,perhaps crashed on anyone else that was normal it’s
multiple world everything’s changing in every second.

Emile Ratelband, 69, wants to shift his birthday from March?11, 1949 to
March?11, 1969, comparing the change to identifying as being
transgender.

5 years now,she’s more than 20,she have good job, new friends new
boyfriend,new life.Growing up becoming a decent woman,she’s never
recollected  him anymore,even didn’t mentioned his name again.But one
day,she watched a movie,he is the lead actor and his name on the middle
of the big poster on the cinema.She can heard some girls were talking
about him how he good looking is.After the movie she felt she crashed on
him again that feeling was different from past 5 years,like she said: I
think he’s the last idol(男神)in my life.I was confused,what’s the
different? Same person same look the only thing changed is the age,his
age and hers.

本年70虚岁的Emir·拉特尔班德想把温馨的八字从一九5零年5月30日改为1967年三月二十一日,还将改年龄和化名别一视同仁。

I asked about her,why you so sure that isn’t the short delight like 5
years ago?She said:when I looked at him on the cinema again, I felt I
lost him for long time,I lost his beauty,as an actor his acting skilks
growing fast,he challenged himself in many roles. I like him more and
notice more from inside not just looking.We not 17 anymore that guy
maybe can improve you encourage you becoming a good person,this is the
different.

“We live in a time when you can change your name and change your gender.
Why can’t I decide my own age?” he said.

Okay…. I need a prove.

他说:“在大家生活的时日,你能够改名字,改性别,那干什么小编不可能改年龄?”

Until many days ago, I got a proving.

Ratelband, who makes a living urging people and businesses to be
positive, denies that the age request is a publicity stunt. He claims he
is seeking a personal positive effect.

She texted me suddenly:I’m on another city now for business trip,but I
hear from weibo he’s going to here tomorrow亚洲必赢官网app( ,!

拉特尔班德的做事是砥砺人们和商店保持积极开始展览,他否定须要改年龄是在炒作。他代表,他所寻求的是给协调带来的能动意义。

Me: I was so happy for you and couldn’t be any great!You two in the same
city you can figure it out how to get into the show!

“Now I’m an old man. I have to save my money to give to my kids so that
they can live,” said the father of seven. “But If I have that age again,
I have hope again. I’m new again. The whole future is there for me
again.”

Her: I can find a way,my friend can help me so easily!

那位多少个孩子的生父说道:“(在无聊的眼光里)以往自身是2个长辈了,笔者必须把钱省下来给孩子,让她们越来越好的活着。但只要自个儿回到4八周岁,作者又有梦想了,作者将重获新生,将来又是属于小编的了。”

Me:Wow! How I juleas about you!Wish you luck!

A local court in the eastern city of Arnhem is expected to rule on the
case within four weeks.

Her:But I must get back tomorrow afternoon,my leader needs my data
urgency I can’t afford the lost.And he knows I’ve done my duty what
about me?Find another reason?Lying to him?I didn’t catch up the train?So
stupid!

荷兰王国东边阿纳姆市的地面法院将会在方圆内对此案做出判决。

Me:that is hard think about that clearly don’t do anything you regret!

However officials were sceptical about the case, believing there was no
legal mechanism allowing a person to change their birth date, local
reports said.

She was quiet until the another day.

然则据本土报导称,法官们对那一个案件持困惑态度,认为日前的法兰西网球国际竞赛(French Open)机制不允许1个人改变出破壳日期。

Next day evening I got her massage:gusee where I am now?

One of the judges wanted to know what would become of the 20 years that
Mr Ratelband wanted to erase. “Who were your parents looking after then?
Who was that little boy?” he was quoted as saying.

Me:On the show?Meeting your 男神?

里面一名司法员想清楚拉特尔班德想抹去的那20年要怎么做。广播发表推荐该法官的话说:“你爹妈那时候照顾的是何人?当年的丰裕男童是何人?”

Her:No i’m on the train.

Mr Ratelband argues he feels discriminated against because of his age,
and that it was affecting his employment chances and his success rate on
the dating app, Tinder.

Me:Wow why you give up the opportunity it’s rare.

拉特尔班德代表,他因为年龄而境遇了歧视,而且年龄歧视影响了他的就业机会和在约会软件Tinder上的成功率。

She:No,it looks like I missed him but on the other way,this is his job
to come the show,his career.And I must go back for my own career
either.we both have our responsibilities to live for.The best way to
love your idol is never be followed him to anywhere.It is you be better
person because of him or her.Something you must learn must change.When
the time past you growing up,you can be more confident,unruffled,when
one day you meet him at the right opportunity.To lose yourself sacrifice
your everything isn’t available for someone even that’s your idol.I’m so
sad most of people didn’t think that way.I can stay here one more night
but after that did I really getting more than receive.He is the tree I’m
still the grass,we both have rights live on the own way and position.He
suppose to be the light guide you home,that’s what I thought.

“When I’m 69, I am limited. If I’m 49, then I can buy a new house, drive
a different car. I can take up more work,” he said.

I was so impressed about her change when I read those words,even it’s a
simple story or thoughts.Just make sure you thinking more before do
something,measure the values that you cost,don’t lose yourself for
anywho.

她说:“作者陆15岁的话,会有不少限量。假如自个儿是四十7岁,小编就能买个新房子,换辆车。笔者得以干更加多工作。”

“When I’m on Tinder and it says I’m 69, I don’t get an answer. When I’m
49, with the face I have, I will be in a luxurious position.”

“小编在Tinder上的年纪显得为六16虚岁时,未有人会理笔者。如若自己48周岁,以自笔者今日那张脸,作者将会要命看好。”

Mr Ratelband further argued that according to his doctors he has the
body of a 45-year-old, and described himself as a “young god”.

拉特尔班德还说,依照医师的检讨结果,他的生理年龄才肆四岁,他还自称是“年轻之神”。

He went on Facebook last year to describe how he had made the decision
one day standing in front of a mirror, not because he feared getting old
but because he wanted to make the most of life for as long as possible.

二〇一八年,他在脸谱上讲述了祥和某一天站在镜子前做出了改年龄的操纵,不是因为她害怕变老,而是想尽量长久地丰硕利用生命。

He also said he would renounce his pension if he switched his birth
date.

他还说,若是能把出生日期改过来,他情愿抛弃养老金。

Ratelband says the Dutch government could benefit if it were to accept
his age demand. He said he’d be happy to forfeit his monthly pension of
around 1,200 euros — a concession he estimates would save nearly 300,000
euros over the 20 years he wants shaved off his age.

拉特尔班德说,就算法院承受他改年龄的须要,荷兰王国政坛将能从中收益。他说,他很情愿扬弃自身每月约1200加元(9460元人民币)的退休金,他估价那一妥洽能给政党省下近30万美元(因拉特尔班德改祭灶节龄而撤废的20年退休金)。

The Netherlands’ constitution expressly prohibits employment
discrimination on the basis of age.

荷兰王国国际法鲜明禁止基于年龄的就业歧视。

Mr Ratelband, a media personality and motivational guru, converted to
Buddhism earlier this year.

拉特尔班德是一名媒体名家和励志演讲家,二〇一玖年早些时候改信伊斯兰教。

He voiced the character Vladimir Trunkov in the Dutch-language version
of the Pixar film?Cars 2.

他曾为阿拉伯语版的Pique斯电影《赛车总动员二》中的弗拉基Mill·特伦考夫一角配音。

对此那件事,海外网民是怎么看的吧?

有的人以为他放弃退休金很傻:

网友fookitup:

Plot twist: the gov accepts his demands. He becomes 49 again – and has
to work 15 years to his pension. Joke’s on him.

内容大转折:政党接受了他的供给。他又成了50岁——而且必须工作一伍年才能获得退休金。玩笑开到本人头上了。

1对人协理他改年龄,不过自身却想反其道而行:

网友mudokins:

He is right!…I have 40 but I want to change to 80 to cash my
pension…

她是对的!我二〇一玖年四8岁,但本人想改成八七岁,那样就能拿退休金啦……

部分人突发奇想,想改出生地:

网友aledirksen01 :

I want to change my birth place to Mars.

自作者想把家乡改成罗睺。

部分人则是冷眼观望:

网友elmacdo:

That’s what you get when reality and facts don’t matter anymore.

当现实和实际不再首要,就会爆发那种结果。

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