The video we’re studying today is about a prank email that was sent to a religious TV station.
I think it’s a live TV show where people can call or send an email asking a question or telling them something. 今日のビデオはある宗教番組に送られたイタズラメールです。 おそらくこれはライブのテレビ番組で電話やemailで送られてくる視聴者からの質問やメッセージを紹介します。
And someone sent this email in, and the guy on the show read it out. ある視聴者から届いたemailを司会者が読み上げます。
I’m a newly born-again Christian and I would like to share my story of salvation with you.
I was born in West Philadelphia and also raised there. I spent most of my days playing basketball on a playground but also chilling out and relaxing.
To anyone who is a fan of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, it’s obvious that that’s a re-written version of the rap song at the start of that show. フレッシュプリンス・オブ・ベルエアーのファンだったらすぐ分かると思いますが、これは明らかにスタートの歌詞をアレンジしたものです。
But the guy reading it out doesn’t realize that and he thinks it’s a genuine story. So it’s very funny.
Nándor Tánczos was a member of the New Zealand Parliament from 1999 to 2008.
He represented the Green Party and was New Zealand's first and only Rastafarian MP.
Nándor has just cut off his dreadlocks.
He said his soul had become polluted by his experience in parliament and cutting his dreads off was a kind of cleansing ceremony.
He said he was in a forest when he got a message it was time to cut them off. Nándor Tánczos 氏は１９９９年から２００８年までニュージーランドの国会議員でした。 彼はグリーン党の代表でニュージーランドで初のラスタの議員です。 先日、ナンダー氏は自らドレッドを切りました。 彼はドレッドを切ることで長年の議会での活動で汚染されてしまった彼の魂をクレンジングする儀式のようなものだと話しました。 彼は続けて、ドレッドを切る時が来たというメッセージを森にいるときに受信したと話しました。
And that was Stick News for Thursday the 28th of January. Kia ora.
Sarah Pretty good. I spent most of my time just hanging out at the playground and playing basketball. 結構いいよ。いつも友だちと遊び回ってバスケやってる。
Will So how come you moved to Bel Air? で、なぜベルエアーに来たんだい？
Sarah I got into a bit of fight and my mum freaked out and said I had to go and live with my aunty and uncle. ちょっとケンカしただけでお母ちゃんビックリしてここの叔父さんと叔母さんと暮らすようにって言われたんだ。
The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air Intro Rap - Lyrics
Now, this is the story all about how My life got flipped - turned upside down And I'd like to take a minute Just sit right there I'll tell you how I became the prince of a town called Bel Air
In West Philadelphia born and raised On the playground was where I spent most of my days Chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool And all shootin’ some b-ball outside of school When a couple of guys Who were up to no good Started making trouble in my neighborhood I got in one little fight and my mom got scared And said 'You're movin' with your auntie and uncle in Bel Air'
I whistled for a cab and when it came near The license plate said fresh and it had dice in the mirror If anything I can say is that this cab was rare But I thought 'Man forget it' - 'Yo home to Bel Air'
I pulled up to the house about seven or eight And I yelled to the cabbie 'Yo home smell ya later' I looked to my kingdom I was finally there To sit on my throne as the Prince of Bel Air