discussionnoun

  • ja〔真剣な〕話し合い、議論、討議
  • enconsideration of a question in open and usually informal debate

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Now, just to brief you,
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I may cry.
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But they are not tears of sadness or of anger,
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but just of me having this discussion with you.
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What I do is I'd write down just a summary of what was going on with the business
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on a single piece of yellow paper and give it to the board.
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And we used to have these really focused and great discussions about what was going on.
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Vitalik Buterin, who's the creator of Ethereum, which is this blockchain supercomputer,
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'cause he always stays here when he's in San Francisco,
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and Bram Cohen, the founder of BitTorrent, they came together.
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And they're kind of arguing and having discussions.
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Those sort of collaborations are aplenty here,
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which is really, probably, the best part of living here.
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To those critics, we say, first off, as a company, we are very dedicated to improving a fuel economy.
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But we just want it to be a fact-based discussion,
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and we wanna make sure that we preserve vehicle affordability, customer choice, and American jobs.
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For the last time, the best cop movies in order:
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'Training Day,' 'Lethal Weapon,' and 'Fargo.'
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- End of discussion. - Wrong.
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'Die Hard' is the best cop movie of all time.
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One cop heroically saving the day while everyone else stands around and watches.
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It's the story of my life.
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What's your take on how China should act?
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They have said that they will float their currency.
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There's a difference between words and actions.
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Yeah, well it's very difficult to get into discussions about currency
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'cause our currency is fluctuating against 200 currencies around the world.