personaladjective

  • ja個人の、個人的な
  • enof, relating to, or affecting a particular person

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Elon, you spoke a lot about the companies and I wanted to speak to you a little bit about personal life.
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- I know you have 5 children. - Okay. Yeah.
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So how do you manage all of these children
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and the 2 companies that you have to deal with on a regular basis?
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With great difficulty.
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I mean, generally, I divide the week 50-50 between Tesla and SpaceX,
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and then the weekend is for my kids.
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He sent her his photo with a note on the back.
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Oh, this seems personal.
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I feel a little funny reading this.
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Wanna read this instead?
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The original iPod and the iPhone have both been touted as products that changed the world.
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When the original iPod came out in 2001, it cost $399,
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a staggering price for a personal music player at that time.
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Apple aggressively marketed the iPod as a device that could store 1,000 songs in your pocket,
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all of this at the cusp of the digital download revolution.
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In less than 6 years, Apple announced more than 100 million iPods had been sold,
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making it the fastest-selling music player in history.
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Alright, here's the deal, you guys.
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The thing about a practical joke is that you have to know when to start, as well as when to stop.
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- Yeah. - And, yeah, Jim, now is the time to stop putting Dwight's personal effects into Jell-O.
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Okay. Dwight, I'm sorry because I have always been your biggest flan.
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Nice!
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And as you can see, Salesforce’s growth continues to accelerate and grow.
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I’ve now been, let’s say, working on this company for almost 18 years.
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And I think that we’ve delivered fantastic results.
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As part of that, of course, I’m also making personal decisions as that goes.
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But that’s what’s happening there.
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You know, if you want, you can call her machine.
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And if she has a lot of beeps, that means she probably didn't get her messages yet.
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You don't think that makes me seem a little...
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Desperate, needy, pathetic?
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Ah, you obviously saw my personal ad.
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So the truth is that we did miss the analyst tax estimates.
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And we, personally, were disappointed where we finished.
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- But let’s be very clear, John retired for personal reasons. - Right.
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And when you look at our performance,
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we had record revenue and record profitability in the second quarter,
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even though it wasn’t where we all wanted it to be.
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I've crafted an intricate personal high-five with everyone in this office except you.
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What? But you hate high-fives.
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Yes, every minute of it was hell.
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But it'll be worse for you. Squad, dismissed.
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Goodbye, Diaz.
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Salute into a fanny waggle?
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- Goodbye, Boyle. - Oh, the snake charmer!
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Goodbye, Jeffords.
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That's a butt bump.
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Goodbye, Santiago.
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Double fist bump reverse explosion into a Pete Townshend strum.
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In storytelling, it's always best to write what you know.
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Ain't nothing to talk about in my personal life.
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I deal with the nightlife.
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Club owners and mobsters, and lots of pimps and kung fu.
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Nissan's story would be that of yet another automaker that made poor decisions and miscalculations
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that landed it in trouble.
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However, in November 2018, the story took a bizarre turn
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when Ghosn was arrested at a Tokyo airport as he walked off his private plane.
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He was accused of underreporting around $40 million in compensation,
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a number that would grow over time.
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He was also accused of misusing company funds for personal gain.