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The Blind Side(2009)「Chapter Twenty-One」

ついに、Ole Miss(ミシシッピ大)の coach Ed Orgeron氏が登場します。

The Blind Side Chapter Twenty-One

The Blind Side には、スポーツ好き(アメフト好き)には、馴染みの人物が多く登場しますが、この章では、Ole Miss coachがTuohy家を訪れます。
映画では特に説明がないのですが、彼はCajunです。(Cajunは、ケージャン人のことです。米ルイジアナ州(テキサスの東側)に住むアケイディアンAcadian移民の子孫です。)
The Blind Side

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Subtitle ch.21 from The Blind Side

Congratulations on gettin' hired.
kənˌgræʧəˈleɪʃənz ɑn ˈgɛtɪn ˈhaɪɜrd. 
Thank you, Ma'am. Ole Miss is my dream job.
θæŋk ju, mæm. oʊl mɪs ɪz maɪ drim ʤɑb. 
You're coming a little late to the party and we're diehard Rebels...
jʊr ˈkʌmɪŋ ə ˈlɪtəl leɪt tu ðə ˈpɑrti ænd wir ˈdaɪˌhɑrd ˈrɛbəlz... 
so I'm gonna pretty much give you a frickin' road map.
soʊ aɪm ˈgɑnə ˈprɪti mʌʧ gɪv ju ə ˈfrɪkɪn roʊd mæp. 
All right? got it.
ɔl raɪt? gɑt ɪt. 
LSU is out. Everybody knows Saban's going to the NFL.
ɛl-ɛs-ju ɪz aʊt. ˈɛvriˌbɑdi noʊz ˈseɪbənz ˈgoʊɪŋ tu ði ɛn-ɛf-ɛl. 
I don't wanna name names, but on Michael's first two recruiting trips somebody took him to a titty bar.
aɪ doʊnt ˈwɑnə neɪm neɪmz, bʌt ɑn ˈmaɪkəlz fɜrst tu rəˈkrutɪŋ trɪps ˈsʌmˌbɑdi tʊk hɪm tu ə titty bɑr. 
That's terrible. Tell me about it.
ðæts ˈtɛrəbəl. tɛl mi əˈbaʊt ɪt. 
He had nightmares about it for weeks.
hi hæd ˈnaɪtˌmɛrz əˈbaʊt ɪt fɔr wiks. 
So when he comes to visit, I want you to feed him Italian.
soʊ wɛn hi kʌmz tu ˈvɪzət, aɪ wɑnt ju tu fid hɪm ɪˈtæljən. 
He likes fettuccine Alfredo.
hi laɪks ˌfɛtəˈʧini ˌælˈfreɪdoʊ. 
And I want you to take him to a movie.
ænd aɪ wɑnt ju tu teɪk hɪm tu ə ˈmuvi. 
Not Chainsaw Massacre, because he'll just cover his eyes.
nɑt ˈʧeɪnˌsɔ ˈmæsəkər, bɪˈkɔz hil ʤʌst ˈkʌvər hɪz aɪz. 
Then get him in bed by ten.
ðɛn gɛt hɪm ɪn bɛd baɪ tɛn. 
You got it? - Yes ma'am. All right.
ju gɑt ɪt? - jɛs mæm. ɔl raɪt. 
What about Tennessee?
wʌt əˈbaʊt ˌtɛnəˈsi? 
It breaks my heart but they're still in the hunt.
ɪt breɪks maɪ hɑrt bʌt ðɛr stɪl ɪn ðə hʌnt. 
Fulmer made SJ a sweet deal.
ˈfʌlmər meɪd ɛs-ʤeɪ ə swit dil. 
I heard that kid can really pepper the gumbo.
aɪ hɜrd ðæt kɪd kæn ˈrɪli ˈpɛpər ðə ˈgʌmboʊ. 
He's his daddy's boy.
hiz hɪz ˈdædiz bɔɪ. 
You Ready? - Let's do it.
ju ˈrɛdi? - lɛts du ɪt. 
All right.
ɔl raɪt. 
Mike, do you love barbecue? I tell you what, Mike.
maɪk, du ju lʌv ˈbɑrbɪˌkju? aɪ tɛl ju wʌt, maɪk. 
You can go to a gas station and get best barbecue, you ever got in your life.
ju kæn goʊ tu ə gæs ˈsteɪʃən ænd gɛt bɛst ˈbɑrbɪˌkju, ju ˈɛvər gɑt ɪn jʊər laɪf. 
It's a wonderful place to live, fried catfish,
ɪts ə ˈwʌndɜrfəl pleɪs tu lɪv, fraɪd ˈkætˌfɪʃ, 
all the good food that we love to eat and it's not good for us as football players,
ɔl ðə gʊd fud ðæt wi lʌv tu it ænd ɪts nɑt gʊd fɔr ʌs æz ˈfʊtˌbɔl ˈpleɪɜrz, 
you're gonna have it there, Mike.
jʊr ˈgɑnə hæv ɪt ðeər, maɪk. 
I promise.
aɪ ˈprɑməs. 
And for you, SJ, this is what I can do.
ænd fɔr ju, ɛs-ʤeɪ, ðɪs ɪz wʌt aɪ kæn du. 
At Ole Miss we have the grove by the stadium.
æt oʊl mɪs wi hæv ðə groʊv baɪ ðə ˈsteɪdiəm. 
We walk it before every game, in front of thousands of people.
wi wɔk ɪt bɪˈfɔr ˈɛvəri geɪm, ɪn frʌnt ʌv ˈθaʊzəndz ʌv ˈpipəl. 
It is a sacred ritual. And I'm in front.
ɪt ɪz ə ˈseɪkrəd ˈrɪʧuəl. ænd aɪm ɪn frʌnt. 
Seen it a thousand times.
sin ɪt ə ˈθaʊzənd taɪmz. 
Ever seen it from the front of the line?
ˈɛvər sin ɪt frʌm ðə frʌnt ʌv ðə laɪn? 
Next year, you and me, leading the team.
nɛkst jɪr, ju ænd mi, ˈlidɪŋ ðə tim. 
Tennessee offered to let me run on the field and flip the coin.
ˌtɛnəˈsi ˈɔfɜrd tu lɛt mi rʌn ɑn ðə fild ænd flɪp ðə kɔɪn. 
I'll throw in a sideline pass.
aɪl θroʊ ɪn ə ˈsaɪˌdlaɪn pæs. 
Have you decided yet, Michael?
hæv ju ˌdɪˈsaɪdɪd jɛt, ˈmaɪkəl? 
No, Miss Sue.
noʊ, mɪs su. 
But you like Tennessee?
bʌt ju laɪk ˌtɛnəˈsi? 
It's a good school.
ɪts ə gʊd skul. 
Not at the academic level of Ole Miss, but they have an outstanding science department.
nɑt æt ði ˌækəˈdɛmɪk ˈlɛvəl ʌv oʊl mɪs, bʌt ðeɪ hæv ən ˌaʊtˈstændɪŋ ˈsaɪəns dɪˈpɑrtmənt. 
You know what they're famous for?
ju noʊ wʌt ðɛr ˈfeɪməs fɔr? 
They work with the FBI to study the effects of the soil on decomposing body parts.
ðeɪ wɜrk wɪð ði ɛf-bi-aɪ tu ˈstʌdi ði ɪˈfɛkts ʌv ðə sɔɪl ɑn ˌdikəmˈpoʊzɪŋ ˈbɑdi pɑrts. 
What's that mean?
wʌts ðæt min? 
Well when they find a body, the police want to know how long it's been dead.
wɛl wɛn ðeɪ faɪnd ə ˈbɑdi, ðə pəˈlis wɑnt tu noʊ haʊ lɔŋ ɪts bɪn dɛd. 
So the fine folks at Tennessee help them out.
soʊ ðə faɪn foʊks æt ˌtɛnəˈsi hɛlp ðɛm aʊt. 
They have a lots of body parts.
ðeɪ hæv ə lɑts ʌv ˈbɑdi pɑrts. 
Arms and legs and hands from hospitals and medical schools.
ɑrmz ænd lɛgz ænd hændz frʌm ˈhɑˌspɪtəlz ænd ˈmɛdəkəl skulz. 
And you know where they store them?
ænd ju noʊ wɛr ðeɪ stɔr ðɛm? 
Right underneath the football field.
raɪt ˌʌndərˈniθ ðə ˈfʊtˌbɔl fild. 
So, while it's fine and dandy,
soʊ, waɪl ɪts faɪn ænd ˈdændi, 
to have 100,000 fans cheering for you,
tu hæv 100,000 fænz ˈʧɪrɪŋ fɔr ju, 
the bodies you should be worried about...
ðə ˈbɑdiz ju ʃʊd bi ˈwɜrid əˈbaʊt... 
are the ones right under the turf.
ɑr ðə wʌnz raɪt ˈʌndər ðə tɜrf. 
Set to poke up through the ground...
sɛt tu poʊk ʌp θru ðə graʊnd... 
and grab you.
ænd græb ju. 
But it's your decision where you wanna...
bʌt ɪts jʊər dɪˈsɪʒən wɛr ju ˈwɑnə... 
play ball.
pleɪ bɔl. 
Don't let me influence you.
doʊnt lɛt mi ˈɪnfluəns ju.