Posts Tagged ‘money

29
Jun
10

Foreign Professor’s Life Advice to Chinese Student: Go and make some real money!

你既然这么穷,为什么不去赚钱,来搞什么研究?

Lately, there’s been a blog floating around the Chinese internet about graduate study, and it is most noticable from the inflammatory remarks made by the professor in the story, whose sage life advice for his Chinese student is “Go and make some money!”

This is my translation. The English part comes first, and then the Chinese afterwards so you can compare. At the end will be the vocabulary I used/had to look up. I wasn’t going to do many flat-out English translations of Chinese blogs here on Can-do Sino, but I’m so proud of it Daddy has to show his new baby off.

No, it isn’t a perfect translation. But it’s my translation, and I kick ass. Enjoy.

From here, here, here, here, here and here. There are probably more. And to be honest, it’s sad to see an essay so widely re-distributed and plagiarized, but downright depressing that it would be one that is written this poorly and illogically.




Since you are so poor, why don’t you go make some money? What are you doing this graduate work for

When I was studying abroad, I had gone to see my advising professor on the second day after I arrived. To tell you a brief introduction about him, after graduating from John Hopkins University he worked as a scientist in the Bell laboratory; afterwards he joined a university to teach and even then as a young man was considered a fine professor. This hard work eventually culminated in his attaining the position of dean; however, he later decided to resign the position and leave the school in his middle age to begin a new career. However, several years later he would end up being unsuccessful and my advising professor would return to university to resume his former career.

The first time I met the boss, who is also a foreign (laowai) professor, I was very polite and referential. I said, “Professor, I am a foreign exchange student from China and have come to get my PhD. I am very interested in your research methods. Can you please tell me which books I need to read so that I can start right away? In order for me to start researching with you, I can go get them right now.”

After I was done speaking the professor eyed me over up and down, and then he calmly and smoothly said, “Are you rich? At the very least you must be a millionaire.”

To say the least, I was very surprised. I had to immediately refute those remarks; that is to say, if he thought I was wealthy he would not give me the position of assistant research fellow, and if that was the case I would not have the income required to continue to study. And if that was the case, I might as well pack up my things and go home. Therefore, I replied, “I am a foreign exchange student from China, I am poor but I really do want to learn— I am especially interested in your research. The professor asked me again, “Is your family rich?”

This time around I steeled my will when giving him my answer. I said, “Not at all. I come from China and China is a poor country. My family doesn’t have any money.” He let me finish, and then said, “Since you are so poor, why don’t you go make some money? Why have you come here to do graduate studies? Committing to research takes money and time; it is a practice specifically for people with full bellies with nothing pressing to do. Only those with the money and the interest are really able to do graduate work. You say you are interested in my research methods but I think you aren’t interested in my research at all; instead, you want to work here with me to make some money. This has nothing to do at all with you wanting to do post graduate studies.”

As I heard this my whole face turned red. To be honest, I wasn’t familiar with the professor’s research methods whatsoever. Instead, I said I was interested because if I didn’t do this low-paying job the professor wouldn’t give me the position of assistant research fellow and then I wouldn’t have the money for school tuition. Because of the money situation, I had no choice but to say that I was very interested in his methods.

The professor has seen a lot of students in his day; he could tell with a glance which students are interested in doing post graduate studies and which are interested in making money. Naturally, the professor still allowed me to take the position of assistant research fellow, a job to which I worked very hard. Although I do not possess any inherent innate researching skills, I worked hard despite the criticisms of other people in the laboratory doing the lowly manual labor, just like that of a coolie. Throughout it all, the professor’s research expenditures always subsidized my studies and I eventually received my PhD diploma. After the graduation ceremony, I once again went to go see my professor. Naturally I was very appreciative; if it weren’t for all those years working as an assistant research fellow paying for my studies I wouldn’t have been able to obtain my diploma. As well, a particular Chinese phrase comes to mind when concerning this situation: a good teacher doesn’t just teach, but also acts as a good father figure. With that in mind, I went to go visit him to see if I could get any last pearls of wisdom from him before I left. At that time he said, “I could see ever since the first day we’ve met that your goal is to make money. Now you’ve gotten your PhD diploma, it’s finally time to do just that.”

“Go and make some real money!” This is the sage life advice he gave to me.

Many years later, I gradually came to recognize the profound wisdom he gave me. When all is said and done, graduate study is only for those who have money and time to spare. For those who want to perform some real research (since doing menial jobs in a laboratory is not truly considered research) you first need to meet two conditions:

1)you have a special vested interest in doing graduate study (similar to my own situation with my professor, except you are not lying about it like I was). There isn’t any money, nor fresh flowers or beautiful girls here; neither is they anyone to admire you and praise you as you study intensively without stopping.

2)you can set aside economic pressures and responsibilities. People who have the basic necessities of life taken care of (that being of food and shelter) need only apply.

This is the basic theory behind the practice of tenure of professors in American universities. First, a recent PhD graduate must first steel oneself and complete 5 years of hard work. Afterwards, if you are picked by the group of tenured professors and one day pass their requirements, then for the rest of your life you will never have to worry about making a living again. At that point you can wholeheartedly devote your time to research and study. Naturally the school also knows that the overwhelming majority of these tenured professors have no research potential left in them. Equally impotent are the lowly menial workers of the research laboratory. However, out of the vast numbers of tenured professors a few stand out from the crowd that actually have talent and contribute positively to the economy.

I’ll raise an example for you: back in the 70s, photocopy industry leader Xerox was concerned about the rise of interest in computers; if everybody used computers to exchange messages then no one would use photocopiers and this would invariably cause the market for photocopiers to decrease. Therefore, Xerox constructed a laboratory at the Polo A1 facility and housed it with fifty to sixty of the world’s top leading computer scientists; by removing all outside interference and distractions including financial concerns, Xerox was able to let the scientists freely unleash their imaginations and create technologies that would lead mankind into the future. Such inventions of the time include:

1) a UI graphical interface 2) the Ethernet and 3) an object-oriented programming (I don’t know how to say this in Chinese).

These trail-blazing inventions would establish the future of computer development, and would influence the course of civilization.

Each year for a short time in the spring, enrollment brochures and books from American universities arrive at the homes of millions of Chinese students, and year after year the majority of Chinese students look forward to receiving the enrollment brochures for these graduate schools. In order for many students to receive the subsidy for being an assistant research fellow they will apply for the PhD diploma. The vast majority of students don’t actually have any real interest in post graduate study, but instead hope to go to the USA to make some money. Their logic for applying for a PhD is as such: in order to make money they need to obtain an American diploma, and to obtain an American diploma they need to go to America to study, and in order to go to America to study they need a scholarship, and to get a scholarship they need to apply for a PhD. Therefore, for a Chinese student to go study in the USA is the same as to go there to get a PhD since there isn’t any other choice. The two are the same according to this logic.

However, the original purpose of a PhD is to cultivate the ability to study and research. To do post graduate study one must actually be interested in it, but more importantly than that the key point is that one must have both time and money to do this. It’s difficult to imagine ordinary everyday people who normally run around in circles trying to study and research like this. Post graduate study is like music, it is a rich man’s game.

All the same, my professor’s words still ring true: since you are so poor, why don’t you go make some money? What are you doing this graduate work for?

你既然这么穷,为什么不去赚钱,来搞什么研究?

留学的时候,我下飞机的第二天就去找我的指导教授。我的指导教授是John Hopkins 毕业的,在贝尔实验室作过科学家,后来来到大学任教,很年轻就当了正教授,后来又当了系主任,人到中年的时候,离开大学,自己创业,几年以后以失败告终,然后又回大学任教。
第一次见到老板,又是个老外教授,我当然是毕恭毕敬,说:教授,我是中国来的留学生,来读博士,我对您的研究方向很感兴趣,能不能告诉我现在需要看什么书,我可以马上回去看,以便可以很快上手,开始和你一起搞研究。

教授听完上下打量了一下我。然后不紧不慢地说:你很有钱吗?最少是百万富翁吗?
我非常吃惊,我想一定得说没有,有钱的话他就不会给我助研,如果这样我就没有钱读书。就得卷铺盖回中国去。所以我说:我是一个中国来的留学生,我没什么钱,但是很想学习东西,特别是对研究有兴趣。

教授又问:你家里很有钱吗?

这回我反正铁定心了,我回答:没有,我是中国来的,中国很穷,我家里也没有钱。教授听完,说:你既然这么穷,为什么不去赚钱,来搞什么研究?研究是有钱,有闲,吃饱没事干的人干的事,只有有兴趣,又有钱的人,才能真正搞点研究。你说你对我的研究方向感兴趣,我看你根本没有兴趣,不过是你想为我打工赚钱而已,完全不是你想搞什么研究。
我听了满脸通红,说老实话,我更本不知道这个教授搞的研究方向,说感兴趣是因为不干这个廉价的劳工,教授不给我助研,我就没钱读书,所以为了钱,不得不说感兴趣。

教授见的学生多了,什么人对研究感兴趣,什么人对钱感兴趣,一看便知道。当然教授还是让我干了他的助研,我也很努力,虽然没有任何研究的天赋,还是任劳任怨的在实验室干苦力。教授的研究经费一直资助我拿到博士学位。毕业典礼以后,我又去见我的教授,我当然是非常感激,没有这么多年他的助研经费的资助,我不可能拿到我的学位。而且中国人讲究:一日为师,终生为父。所以我去看望他,想得到几句人生真谛得指点。他说:你现在已经拿到博士学位了,你来美国的第一天我就看出来,你来的目的是挣钱,现在你已经有了学位,是该出去挣钱的时候了。

Go and make some real money!这就是他给我的人生指南。

多年以后,我逐渐对我的教授说的话有了较深的认识。说到底,研究就是有钱,有闲的人干的事。要搞比较深的研究(在实验室干苦力不是什么研究),一定要有两个条件:

1、要对这个东西感兴趣,非常感兴趣(就象我没事写这个文章一样)。没有任何钱,没有鲜花和美女,没有别人的赞赏,也要不停地钻研。

2、要排开经济的压力,吃喝不愁,衣食无忧的人才能搞研究。美国的大学的终身教(tenure)系统,基本就是这个理论。首先一个新科博士(fresh minted PhD)要经过5年的磨练,然后评选终身教授,一旦通过,一辈子就可以无饭碗的忧虑,可以一心一意地搞研究。当然学校也知道:这些终身教授里面绝大多数人是没有什么研究的潜力的。也搞不出什么东西来,就是一些实验室的苦力。不过,只要千千万万终身教授中有几个真有天分的人,加上良好的经济条件,自然可以搞出些东西来。

再举一个例子。70年代的时候复印机行业的老大Xerox担心电脑的兴起,会使得复印机的市场变小,如果大家都用电脑交换信息,当然就没有人买复印机。所以Xerox在Polo Alto建立了一个实验室,请了50-60个世界顶级电脑科学家,排除一切外界的干扰(包括财务的压力),让他们自由的发挥自己的想象,创造未来能够领导人类的科技,当时的发明有:

1、UI图形界面;2、以太网;3、object-oriented programming (不知中文如何说)。

这几个划时代的发明奠定了电脑未来的发展,影响到人类的文明的进程。

春天,是每年一度的美国大学录取通知书到达千万中国学子的时候,年复一年,大量的中国的学子盼望着美国大学的研究生院的录取通知书,很多学生为了得到助研的资助,就去申请博士学位,其中绝大部分的人对研究没有兴趣,只是希望去美国挣钱。他们读博士的逻辑是这样的:要去挣钱就得有美国文凭,要有美国文凭就得去美国读书,要去读书就得有奖学金,要有奖学金就得去读博士。所以要去美国就得去读博士。

但是博士本来就是培养来搞研究的能力。搞研究就得有兴趣,除此以外,最关键还要有钱,有闲。很难想象为生活奔波的人能搞出什么研究。研究象音乐一样,是有钱的人的游戏
还是我教授的那句话:你既然这么穷,为什么不去赚钱,来搞什么研究?

贝尔bei4er3 (name)Bell
实验室shi2yan4shi4 laboratory
任教ren4jiao4 to be a teacher
系主任xi4zhu3ren4 dean
创业chuang4ye4 begin an undertaking, carve out a career, start a major task
告终gao4zhong1 to end up
毕恭毕敬bi4gong1bi4jing1(also必恭必敬) very reverent and respectful, extremely deferential
方向fang1xiang4 direction, orientation
以便yi3bian4 so that, so as to, in order to
大量da3liang to size up
富翁fu4weng1 millionaire, rich guy
助研zhu4yan2 short for assistant research fellow
铺盖pu1gai bedding, bedclothes pu1gai4 bedcover
根本gen1ben3 simply, fundamental
廉价lian2jia4 cheap
劳工lao2gong1 labor
不得不bu4de2bu4 have no choice but to, cannot but, have to, can’t help it, can’t avoid
天赋tian1fu talent, gift; V to be innate
任劳任怨ren4lao2ren4yuan4 to work hard despite other people’s criticism
苦力ku3li4 “coolie”, an underpaid worker
经费jing1fei4 funds, expenditure
资助zi1zhu4 to provide financial aid, to subsidize
学位xue2wei4 academic degree
典礼dian3li3 celebration
感激gan3ji1 to appreciate
讲究jiang3jiu4 to pay particular attention to; adj exquisite, aesthetic
一日为师,终生为父yi2ri4wei2shi1, zhong1sheng1wei2fu4 “A good teacher don’t just teach, but also acts as a good father figure.”
终生zhong1sheng1 one’s whole life
看望kan4wang4 to visit, to pay a call
人生ren2sheng1 life
真谛zhen1di4 real, true, genuine
指点zhi3dian3 to show how, to give directions
指南zhi3nan2 to guide
逐渐zhu2jian4 gradually
到底dao4di3 when all is said and done, finally, in the end
赞赏zan4shang3 to admire
钻研zuan1yan2 to study intensively
系统xi4tong3 system
基本ji1ben3 basic
理论li3lun4 theory
磨练(磨炼)mo2lian4 to steel oneself, to temper oneself, to put oneself through the mill
评选ping2xuan3 to choose
终身zhong1shen1 life-long, tenure
忧虑you1lv4 worry
一心一意yi1xin1yi1yi4 intently, wholeheartedly
一心yi1xin1 wholehearted
绝大多数jue2da4duo1shu4 the overwhelming majority
潜力qian2li4 potential
行业hang2ye4 industry
老大lao3da4 head, very
交换信息jiao1huan4xin4xi1 exchange message
交换jiao1huan4 to exchange
信息xin4xi1 information news message
顶级ding3ji2 top level
排除pai2chu2 to remove
外界wai4jie4 outside world
干扰gan1rao3 interfere, obstruction
财务cai2wu4 financial affairs
创造chuang4zao4 to create
UI图形界面 tu2xing2jie4mian4 graphical interface
划时代hua4shi2dai4 epoch making, trend setting
奠定dian4ding4 to establish, fix, settle
进城jin4cheng2 process, course
录取lu4qu3 to recruit, to enroll
到达dao4da2 to arrive
年复一年nian2xia4yi1nian2 year after year
盼望pan4wang4 to hope for, to look forward to
其中qi2zhong1 among, in
除此以外chu2ci3yi3wai4 in addition to this
关键guan1jian4 crucial, pivotal, key
奔波ben1bo1 rush about, to be busy running about
绝对数量jue2dui4shu4liang4 absolute amount
单一dan1yi1 single
量度liang2du4 measure
认定ren4ding4 firmly believe, set one’s mind on
通常tong1chang2 normal

29
Jun
10

非诚勿扰: 富二代

This is a transcript in Chinese of 非诚勿扰,the best show in Mainland China (until it gets cancelled, which is soon. Watching this show actually made me want to learn Chinese, and then we have this blog.

Please enjoy. Any mistakes please let me know, I’d love to make this a transcript that is actually correct.

富二代言语傲慢遭姐们围攻

(云超)
大家好,我叫刘云超
今年23岁

(孟非)
刘云超,欢迎你
对面24个女孩看一遍
看好了吗
(11号)
能不能把她请出来
要看你能不能走到男生权利
对面的24个女孩
看看这位
没什么太大信心的男生
刘云超
你们的第一印象如何
请考虑

(爱之初体验)
(孟非)
请选择
(剩余:8/24)
想了半天
还给你一个吉样数字
还有把盏灯
马诺,为什么灭灯?

(马诺)
我觉得男孩子肩膀宽宽,有安全感

(云超)
是吗?我觉得你挺奇怪的,我觉得男孩子身材比例好
就有安全感,最美观,不是吗

(马诺)
但我喜欢肩膀宽一点的男孩子,不行吗

(云超)
可以啊

(马诺)
那谢谢

(云超)
OK

(孟非)
刘思辰

(思辰)
他刚刚说身体比较好,我觉得他腿短身子长,我没觉得你好

(云超)
那你的意思是
你身材比例很好吗
我觉的很奇怪啊

(思辰)
我觉得你很不礼貌

(乐嘉)
你有没有发现
反正是别人说话
他都喜欢去回应
强烈地回应

(孟非)

因为我们看到有些男生
条件也不错,长得也很帅
各方面条件都不错
也有女孩像刚才那样说话
他都默默地听着
然后就是面带笑容的

(云超)
我不喜欢
因为这就是我自己的个性啊
我就是这样
我觉得她们太虚伪了
我就很真实啊
我觉得她们那样是假装的

(马诺)
说谁虚伪呢

(云超)
我不知道啊
我在说虚伪的人虚伪啊
你跟我对话说明

停,孟非老师,下一个环节吧

(孟非)
我们看他的个人资料

(爱之再判断—基本资料)
(云超)
大家好,我叫刘云超
今年23岁
我从事证券公司方面的事情
还有一些做生意
今天正在筹备我的店
我的店开在商场里面
然后一个很大型的
麻辣春锅的店
我相信你们爱吃辣的女生
一定会非常喜欢
然后欢迎你们
当我的忠实顾客
然后你们来
我可以免费请你们吃哦
证券方面的工作
就是看天吃饭嘛,对吗
因为最近大行情不太好
也放那搁着
但无所谓吗
有的时候行情一起来的话
每个月挣个三五万
没有什么问题

(孟非)
武潇,你觉得他的收入状况满意吗

(武潇)
还可以吧

(孟非)
薛璐呢

(薛璐)
不错啊
但是我想吃辣
我希望他能带我去

(云超)
可以啊
只要你喜欢可以天天去啊

(薛璐)
我有这个荣幸吗

(云超)
有啊,试一试啊

(孟非)
胡元君,喜欢吃辣吗

(胡元君)
蛮喜欢吃辣的
还有那个

(孟非)
你的嗓子都这样了
还吃辣
能说话吗

(元君)
可以的,越来越好

(孟非)
好,马伊咪,你灯灭了,还想问

(马伊咪
对啊,我特别看不惯他
我想问你
你有什么好炫耀的
富二代多的是

(云超)
我没有炫耀啊
我就喜欢啊
我觉得你管不着啊

(马伊咪)
我觉得你现在的状态
就像一个没有断奶的小孩子
妈妈不给你奶吃
你你就哇哇叫
我觉得你对不起
你爸妈给你的这个身份
我觉得你完全可以成熟
可以做得很棒

(孟非)
好,来,我们看一下
为什么他会这样的状态
刚才说到他收入的问题
我们来看一看
他的个人存款有多少
大屏幕

(6000000元)
我的眼睛没数错的话
应该是六百万
马伊咪你接着刚才的话
往下说

(马伊咪)(stammering)
对啊
我觉得一个男人
你是过来选女朋友的
我们不是说去拿一张银行卡
谁的位数多,我拿哪一张
我是看感情的,我是看人的

(孟非)
武潇你刚才想说话

(武潇)
我从一开始,我就没说话
因为我觉得一个男人
这么有自信
总归是有他的道理
我之前非常想知道
他的自信的出处
现在我知道了
我觉得男人有资本自信
是好事

(孟非)
1号谢佳
很长时间没有问你了
想听听你对这个事情的看法

(谢佳)
每个人都是一本书
我想读一读这本书
到底是怎么样的
然后现在没有灭灯的原因
也是因为我比较欣赏
他的自信
因为虽然中国讲究中庸之道
不过也是需要这样的
有魄力的人才
不然都是中庸的话
永远包在壳里
永远没有想冲出来的
那种可能

(孟非)
刘云超,平常都喜欢做点什么事
下一个短片

(爱之再判断—兴趣爱好)
(云超)
平时跟朋友一起
玩玩车啊,去去酒吧啊
泡泡吧,K歌啊
然后打打高尔夫啊
然后钓钓鱼
也不是特别厉害吧
反正速度还可以
然后漂移啊
然后甩尾啊
都是我的拿手
这个车只是我平时玩的车
然后其实我家里
还有好几辆车
现在最好的一辆
是宝马3系的效蓬矫跑(?)
然后现在正在改装中
我想想,对了
马诺是不是挺喜欢宝马车的呀
她既然那么想哭泣
不如来我宝马这里哭泣
我觉得还不错啊

(孟非)
我们的规则是
灯灭了,不可以在亮起来
这是一个原则
马诺,如果我为你网开一面
允许你那灯再亮起来
你愿意吗

(马诺)
算了,我不喜欢比我还爱现的人
[比我还臭屁的人]

富二代言语傲慢遭姐们围攻

(孟非)
武潇,那个片子看完了
说点观后感给我们听听

(武潇)
挺好
但是我想问你一下
你这么爱现的本钱来自哪里
[你这么臭屁的本钱来自哪里]

(云超)
我觉得我一没偷二没抢
是自己挣的
我心安理得

(武潇)
你全部都是自己挣的
你做生意自史以来
第一笔钱是你自己的吗?

(云超)
第一笔钱毕竟父母少量参与点
但是是我做股票做起来的

(孟非)
大家都知道
第一桶金是最来之不易的
但是你说父母少量参与
我们该怎么理解
可不可以理解为
你父母给了你
第一笔启动的钱
然后你把它越滚越大

(云超)
可以这样理解
但是我觉得父母嘛
给孩子第一桶金
就是说给他这个资本
相信他去运作这个能力
首先你要建立这个能力
要父母去相信你
他才会给你,对吗
而且我没有去浪费
没有去花销
而是让它越来越多
我觉得这个东西
只能说我的能力在这(儿)
所以才会这样

(孟非)
你相信这个世界上
有比你能力更强的
但是因为他们爹妈
没有给他第一笔启动资金
而混得很惨吗

(云超)
我不相信
因为我觉得
一个人的能力强的话
他即使没有那个给的基金的话
他依然可以起来

(孟非)
我想问一下,谢佳
这本书你又翻了一页了
你的感觉是
读后感是

(谢佳)
我是一个家庭很一般的人
我敢在这说出来
但是我相信
虽然我家境很一般
但是我能靠我的能力
和我的双手
得到我想要的一切
所以,对不起,我不喜欢你

(李晓娜)
我想问一下你
你到目前为止
你的存款已经达到六百万了
那你有想过回报你的父母吗
你为自己买了三辆跑车
你有给你父母买什么礼物吗
有想到在他们的生日
在纪念日的时候
去陪陪他们,孝顺一下他们吗
有想过用你的钱去回报社会吗

(乐嘉老师)
我其实非常佩服云超
我最佩服你的一点是
我到目前为止
没有见到比你胆子更大的人
所以我发自内心的佩服你
就是你知道不知道
你能够冒天下之大不韪
怎么讲
可以到
你知道在去年在中国发生了
非常非常多的
是个富二代撞车
导致很多人惨痛伤亡的事情

(云超)
我知道我知道

(乐嘉)
你可以把漂移和甩尾
讲得如此地轻松
你不觉得…

(云超)
但是我有一点我要说明
车开在路上本来就有风险
但风险不来源于车辆
而来源于驾驶它的人
有没有这个能力去驾驶它

(乐嘉)
所有出事的人
都会说我觉得
我的能力没有问题

(云超)
我觉得他们不确定自己
他没有能力驾驭它

(乐嘉)
所以你觉得你很没问题
你觉得你足够驾驭

(云超)
对啊,我有这个能力驾驭

(孟非)
换句话说
刚才那个短片里面
乐嘉提到的几个细节
是乐嘉老师讲的什么漂移啊
因为这几个细节
和去年发生的那么多事情
人们会自然的联系在一起
那一些你说得轻描淡写的东西
也许会勾起很多人很痛苦的回忆
你有想到过吗

(云超)
我想到过
但是我觉得人跟人不一样
其实他们曝光的只是这一面
其实很多事情
车祸每天都在发生,你知道吗
每天都在发生
但是那些车辆因为没有改装
而不被曝光出来
其实风险是一样的

(乐嘉)
你在VCR当中
史无前例地
第一次直接点名说
马诺,你不是想坐宝马吗?
那你上爷的车来坐坐呀
所以我特别有兴趣的知道是说
当你说这句话的时候
你是觉得你肯定可以
把马诺给带走
还是你觉得
这句话说出去以后
可以把其他的女孩给带走

(马诺)
不是,主要我是说
不是每个开宝马的
我都要跟他们走,对吧
那开宝马的太多了
是这样吧

(云超)
没有啊,我当时说这话
原因是因为
我看了她那个视频啊

(孟非)
一个小小的玩笑而已

(云超)
对啊,不要太当真啊

(马诺)
不是,我也没有回答你的问题
我在回答乐嘉老师的问题,谢谢

(乐嘉)
表面上两个人嬉皮笑脸
其实里面是唇枪舌战
非常精彩

(孟非)
好,现在我们在这个问题上
花的时间已经很多了
现在还有六盏灯亮着
我们来看一看他的朋友
刘云超的朋友怎么评价他

(朋友采访)
(刘云超的朋友,女的)
刘云超的优点
在于他对女孩子特别大方
像我是他的圈中的好友算是
今年过生日的时候
我说我想要辆车SLK200
送给我了
但是他对女朋友却很XX
就连一瓶水都X得给她买

(孟非)
一般来说
当这个悲壮的音乐
响起来的时候
现场都是沉默的
为什么刚才全场响起了掌声
来给我解释一下

(谢典谷)
你和她就只是
很单纯的啊,朋友关系吗
朋友你会送一辆跑车吗

(潘栾?)
那你送你女朋友什么呀

(云超)
你猜啊

(谢典谷)
两辆跑车

(云超)
我觉得话不能这么说
因为我们是一起
经过很多事情的
在我最困难的时候
她有帮助给我
她给我的利益
远远不少于这辆跑车

(孟非)
武潇

(武潇)
我们俩是同行
但是你的资本是你父母给的
我的是自己挣的
但是我自己挣来
我不会像你这么得瑟
你挣来的钱和父母给的钱
花的感觉就是不一样

(孟非)
好了,这个讨论到最后
我想,因为灯已经都灭了
这个事情对刘云超来说
现在你们说什么事情
可能都没有太大的意义了
好,非常遗憾,刘云超

(失败腿场)

(云超)
很多人很虚伪啊,我觉得
我觉得她们心里
不是这样想的
我不知道她们私底下
会不会给我留电话
会不会找我
因为我觉得
有钱没什么不好啊
我不屑,我不想宠着她们
我也不想理会她们是谁
我只是选我心目中的女孩子
我觉得没有出现
是因为我觉得她们不够诚实

(孟非) final thought
生活是丰富多彩的
人也是多种多样的
我们这个舞台上
我们会看到各种各样的人
对生活对金钱,对爱情
都有着不同的态度