progressnoun

  • ja進行、発展、進歩、発達
  • enthe process of improving or developing, or of getting nearer to achieving or completing something

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Shall we take account of your progress then?
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Mm-hmm, definitely.
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- Sergeant. - Yes, sir.
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Sorting and filing: total failure.
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Carrier pigeon care and handling: abysmal performance.
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Transport of fragile merchandise: worst on record.
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You need to give people a voice so we can get a diversity of opinions out there.
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But you also need to do work to help build enough common ground,
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so that way, we can make progress as a society together.
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This entitlement you now have to dignity and visibility as a gay person.
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Do you even know where that came from?
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Do you know who built that world?
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Do you know the cost of that progress?
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No, of course not.
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Because it would be more than your generation could ever bear to comprehend.
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So if a bunch of old queens wanna sit around a table and use the word "tranny,"
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I will not be told off by someone who wasn’t fucking there.
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There's this amazing meme that has spread throughout Instagram about leaving kind comments.
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But you can see the marked difference between the post about Father's Day and that post a year ago
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on what technology can do to create a kinder community.
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And I think we're making progress, which is the important part.
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We were together for 5 years.
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Dee, you ain't been broken up that long.
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I know.
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But the person he is now is not the person he was with me.
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What do you mean?
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Like, they were out to lunch, and I'm pretty sure he was gonna pay.
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'Kay, I never got that.
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That's true, niggas don't be paying.
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Yeah.
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Oh, no, I got the nigga with potential.
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You know, I got the work in progress.
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And it took a lot of support and patience and I just...
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I feel like she's reaping all the benefits of his time with me.
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Damn.
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Steve Bohill-Smith was a British Airways Concorde pilot for 6 years.
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How come in the last century, we used to be able to fly from London to New York in just over 3 hours,
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and now it takes 7 and a half hours?
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That’s not progress, is it?
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We also saw some truly amazing progress in the last 10 years.
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I am so happy to say that gay marriage was legalized in all 50 states.
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Thank you, I invented gay.
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If you look at the progress in space, in 1969, we were able to send somebody to the moon.
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- 1969. - Hmm.
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Then we had the Space Shuttle.
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The Space Shuttle could only take people to low Earth orbit.
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Then the Space Shuttle retired, and the United States could take no one to orbit.
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So that's the trend.
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The trend is like down to nothing.
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And Ellen is on the course, bounding through the quintuple steps.
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That's as good as I've seen anyone do it this season.
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Now, that's the way you use all 5'8" of your height right there.
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Look at the leaps on the cat grab.
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And she is making great progress.