I must have missed when calling someone unlucky became an insult.
He's actually the luckiest guy in the world since he survived two nukes.
That episode was great. Rob Brydon, Bill Bailey and Rich Hall all in one show. QI is great and japanese people need to grow up.
あのエピソードは最高だった。Rob Brydon、Bill BaileyそしてRich Hallみんなが一つのショーにいたんだ。日本人は成長するべき。
AD: A bomb landed on him and it bounced off.
SF: The next day, he got on a train, bizarrely, which shows you even though the bomb fell, the trains were working (少し笑い),
so he got on a train to Nagasaki (さっきより大きめの笑い), and the bomb fell again. (「オー、ノー」調の大きな笑い)
司会： Now, what's so lucky about the unluckiest man in the world?
回答者D：: He got killed by a horseshoe.
司会： Well, this man is either the unluckiest or the luckiest, depends on which way you look at it.
回答者A： Something like he had most accidents or operations or more claims than anyone still alive.
司会： Well, bear in mind we're after places and countries and things beginning with H. And if I say his name,
this may help. His name is Tsutomu Yamaguchi. I say is,
he actually died in January 2010, aged 93. He lived a long time, so he wasn't that unlucky.
回答者B： So where's the .. the H....
司会： 'Yamaguchi' would suggest he came from...?
回答者B： H... Holland.
司会： You can do better than that.
回答者A： I would have said Japan.
司会： Japan! Now think of a place in Japan that starts with H.
司会： Hiroshima. Right.
回答者A： A bomb landed on him and it bounced off.
司会： He was in Hiroshima on business when the bomb went off. He was badly burnt.
回答者A： He went to hospital in Nagasaki.
司会： The next day, he got on a train, bizarrely, which shows you even though the bomb fell, the trains were working, so he got on a train to Nagasaki,
and the bomb fell again.
司会： He was celebrated, he was treated as sort of a hero, but only in his 90s he was officially recognized as the man who was bombed twice.
He claims that there are over a hundred people he met who also had a similar experience, and he had a network of friends. He was a cheerful fellow.
回答者B： He doesn't look so cheerful there.
司会： No, wedged between two mushroom clouds.
回答者B： What are the chances....
司会： Yes, it's really astonishing. So he's either the luckiest for he survived or the unluckiest because....
回答者B： Well, he lived to 93, so his life was not ... you know, curtailed.
司会： No, but the thing is....
回答者C： It's you know, is the glass half empty or half full? Either way, it's radio active.
回答者C：So don't drink it.
回答者A： He never got on a train again, I can tell you.
司会： But the astonishing thing to me is that you drop an atom bomb on Hiroshima and the train services are working the next day. I mean in our country....
回答者A： Keep calm and carry on.
回答者B： A couple of leaves, and that's it.
司会： Yes. For the rest of the winter.
回答者B： Ah, it's the wrong kind of bomb. It's the wrong kind of bomb.
司会： It was clearly the right kind of bomb. It's fine everybody, don't worry, it's the right kind of bomb.
回答者B： Yes. The right kind of bomb has landed on the 4.30 from Potters Bar. Please proceed to the nuclear area.
回答者A： I suspect they weren't privately owned.
回答者B： The sandwiches have not been affected