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"sukey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And Sukey Lewis, host of on Our Watch. Tell us if you've ever tried to file a complaint and what your experience was like and also what your thoughts and questions are. About what you're hearing about. Police accountability again. 8667336786 is that number 8667336786 email US forum at kqed dot org or get in touch on Twitter or Facebook. Let me go to collar Samuel in San Jose. Hi, Samuel. Samuel, are you there? Well, while we try to connect with Samuel Martha writes, these investigations reveal that the police do not seem to have the mindset to be part of the solution to police misconduct. The abuse of power of the badges so disheartening, especially to women. Sukey Lewis. How many cops would you say you talked to for your series? Oh, interesting question. I Probably between current Police officers and former police officers. Police chiefs. Um people in policing, not even just in California, Probably a dozen A dozen or so Yeah, I I guess, as Sandy is talking about the system. I wonder how you think about the culpability of each of these individual officers. Um I mean, obviously, for individual actions. They're culpable for their individual actions in terms of you know what they choose to do, And if they have the mindset to abuse their power, Um, but I think you know again going back to the system. What's been really interesting to see is the lack of standardization like As Alex mentioned, there's about 700 different employers of you know, peace officers across the state of California. And there just isn't a uniform system for addressing misconduct for looking at misconduct for disciplining officers and even police officers will kind of complaint about this and say, Like It isn't It isn't uniform. Um, And sometimes it isn't fair. They feel, um and it really comes down to like the culture of the department. Where you you know, work. If you're a police officer, what the You know what the Chiefs goals are, but also like the city's aims, which you know they are often times kind of looking to limit liability for incidents and so This kind of pressure for secrecy. Um, isn't just you know, on an individual police officer who doesn't want their misconduct come out. It's kind of pervasive throughout and even all the way up through kind of district attorneys right, who rely on the word of police officers to make their cases. And so I think it's like interrogating why we kind of allow that system to to keep itself so kind of secret and not transparent to the public when it's supposed to. Work for us, right? I want to dig into the episode that that dropped today. This is an episode that presents very disturbing story of a teenager who was beaten by a police officer. Sandy, I think you reported this episode could you give us some background on it? Yes. So the story actually goes back to 2000 and 11 and, uh, a day in January, where a 16 year old black kid in Stockton goes into by some gummy worms or bears. I'm gonna get that wrong, gummy worms for his for his little sister at a gas station, and he is trying to pay for these with a damaged dollar bill, And there's a plain clothes police officer in line behind him. He doesn't know he's a police officer is wearing normal clothes. Who kind of gets involved in this altercation ends up, you know, grabbing the 16 year old pulling him back in the store, and, um, sort of they end up on the ground. He ends up punching the kid and the kid loses his front teeth. It's this. It's this incident that actually has a lot of This video of it doesn't have audio. But there's this video of it. That's very powerful. Um, it feels very violent when you're watching it, and it's actually Really? Has these moments where it reminds you of of other cases in the news. I think several people have commented that when you watch this, you kind of can't help but think of George Floyd. There's a few reasons for that. One is the way this police officer sort of Has his knee and it's unclear it's on the whether it's in the neck or the back of the top of the back, but has his knee there the way that it happens at this gas station convenience store, and finally, the fact that everyone all the witnesses, um, including the police officer, talk about how the 16 year old was calling out for his mother. And just crying out for his mother during this entire ordeal, who was actually there in the store while this was happening, So you have this incident that didn't get a lot of press at the time there many reasons for that. It's hard to ever say why one police shooting becomes sort of a national like lightning rod and why others don't but in this case, you know this. This young man, Joseph Green did not Die right? He survived. He lost his teeth. He was, He says he was traumatized afterwards that he had, you know, terrible nightmares and is still afraid of of police officers police officers to this day. But what's really kind of troubling about this story is what happens after. Um uh that in that the officer seems to tell a story that contradicts what's on the video. And he seems to in many ways, get away with a lot of those lives and that In the interrogation. This is this white police officer in the black part of Stockton. And he's you know, aggressively treating a 16 year old black kids, saying that he looks like an adult saying that he thinks he's a drug dealer saying that he was violent using all of these cliches, which we know to be racist cliches. Um, he, he's never really asked. About the racial bias aspect. And so what we kind of began to understand. Looking at this case and looking at other cases is that the the I a process in many, many places does not really have a kind of mechanism to interrogate racial bias. So while explicit racial racism, you know whether that's cases of racist text messages or white supremacist tattoos..
Street Photography With Tatsuo Suzuki
"Are talking this morning with topsoil sukey who is phenomenal. Who's new book. Friction is receiving all sorts of praise. And clearly we know his work from the first edition of frames magazine. His style is distinctive his style of media recognizable born in one thousand nine sixty five. He started shooting. He says in two thousand and his website is tops. Okay dot com. T. a. t. s. u. su z. u. k. i. dot com. I really recommend go. Check it out. His reputation is everywhere. He's been shown in paris in france in portugal in london channel. He's got awards all over the place including the lens. Culture street photography awards finalist including a winning the fence competition for street photography it. It is a tremendous tremendous body of work topsoil. Good morning how are you sir. How good mining. I've got Wonderful well let's speak in not only with the work but with the ideas behind the work. You say that your aim is to show the world. The streets is beautiful interesting wonderful and sometimes cruel. What do you mean onnell clincal. When i'm taking pictures out in the street and i'm walking around. That's the main way that i do my process and obviously there's lots of different things. Didn't you see. I see happiness. I see beauty. I see people going about their daily business. But then you also see things that sort of stand out to you things that catch my eye and when i take pictures i want to transport the viewer to that place. I want them to feel emotionally what it was like to be walking around the street at that
Roblox Founder Worth $4.6 Billion
"Roadblocks david basuki is now worth four point six billion as shares soar. You see a chief. Executive of roadblocks may well be letting the sound made famous by the game after the firm's debut on wall street netted him four point. Six billion u s dollars. The gaming platform has risen in value by sixty percent to forty seven billion after its first day of trading on the new york stock exchange. It means it is worth more than some of the biggest game. Publishers including take two soft and electronic arts service sukey said it would help create a digital world that went beyond gaming to all those who helped us get one step closer to fulfilling our vision of the metaverse. Thank you he tweeted. The metaverse is a science fiction concept for a series of interconnected digital worlds where people hang up late games work and learn phrase was coined in a novel snow crash where it served as a virtual reality successor to the internet. The novel ready player one. And it's twenty. Eighteen film added patient depicted similar idea in its oasis in several games have attempted to create virtual worlds for real world activities. Roadblocks is the world's largest user generated game site players can also build and share online worlds. It is free to play. Relying on purchases paid for in currency known as robots for its income developers are also paid into virtual currency which can be converted back in a cash last year more than twelve hundred developers may ten thousand or more with three hundred making more than a hundred thousand
A Conversation With Suki with Punit Singh Soni, CEO
"We are joined by a special guest today from a company that's making some waves and creating some ripple effect while they're doing it. They're ceo puneet joins us today. Caen introduce yourself. Tell us about sukey dot ai and star with your vision and how you gotta go in plus madeline reid. Thank you for having me on the on the show. It's a pleasure to be here talking about this journey. I start by giving you a very quick background on on where i come from. I have all of three years of experience in healthcare so many of the folks who are interested in healthcare listening and probably have way more to teach me tonight. I have to say A my background is google. Most of it is from google. I was Before enterprise software startup it some venture investing Which i strongly recommend you not do if you want to actually build a company and be an operator and I in google in the search team then ended up actually running the mobile apps group for little bit Welcome games Social which you know has a whole different story it probably a good subject for different podcast And then we tried. Motorola was actually astern software. Their software product management. So did that for a little bit built a bunch of very interesting phones. One of them was the. I always on wise form. You could say okay moto x. navigate me to starbucks and this was before alexa. And siri and google assistant other things. Were even a a Even idea and so I kinda saw the evolution of boys and You know the whole voice tack especially when it comes to listening and ambient all of these things from the days when it was very early on And i ended up actually going to. India was the chief product officer flip guard which is india's largest e-commerce company. Came back and thought it would be very interesting to see how they apply some of this voice technology in alternative another spaces beyond dispute consumer. I had this thesis That the largest most interesting influential tech of emory ever is going to be in healthcare. Now i don't know if it's going to be now or five years from now or a decade from now but but i do believe that there is a very interesting company especially with the evolution of machine learning and artificial intelligence. And that's going to happen in in this space. And so that was the genesis in some ways of expirations in healthcare Obviously happy to tell you a lot more about you know how we chose this idea but that was basically how we got into a into the space and ended up putting together sukey. Yes ended up actually running Software product management at motorola and built a bunch of different phones. As part of it one phone that was probably very much well received in the market was moto x. Which was d. I always on phone. You could say things. Like ok moto x. Navigate we do starbucks and it will do that. This was before alexa and siri and the assistant from google even ideas. And so i've kind of seen a ambient passive listening and conversational voice from the days when it was barely technology and not really even a product and so ended up finishing motorola going to india. Where i was running a product for india's largest e-commerce company came back After we sold it to walmart. And i had this idea that there must be a way to use this trend that we're seeing machine learning and boys and why and apply that to healthcare
Myanmar military seizes power detaining Suu Kyi.
"February one. I'm anthony davis myanmar's military seized power today in a coup against the democratically elected government of nobel laureate aung san suu kyi who was detained along with other leaders of her national league for democracy party in early morning raids said it had carried out detentions in response to election fraud handing power to military chief. Ming on hang and imposing a state of emergency for one year according to a statement on a military owned television station phone lines to the capital and the main commercial centre of yonggang not reachable and state. Tv went off air hours before parliament had been due to sit for the first time since the nld's landslide election win in november. The you'd is a referendum on suk's fledgling democratic government soldiers took up positions city hall in yonggang and mobile internet data and phone services in the nl strongholds would disrupted resident said internet. Connectivity has also fallen dramatically monitoring service net blocks said the detentions came off two days of escalating tension between the civilian government and the military that stirred fears of a coup in the aftermath of the election in america. The white house said president. Joe biden had been briefed on the arrest of sukey. The united states opposes any attempt to alter the outcome of recent
Discussing The Music Of Michael Kiwanuka
"Hello everyone welcome to another episode of sound rise. Podcast hello alexander. How're you doing today. I m doing pretty well. And i'm really happy to announce some good news for the product is something that i will listen to us. We'll probably notice right away. I've got some new equipments your microphone so i had to announce new broadcasting air great to hear and thank you so much for your support dear listeners that allows us to improve the quality of our podcast and we want to thrive to be even better in the future. So we're open to any and also any suggestions that you may have for us so check us out on patriots but also check out our social media pages as well so without further ado. Let's get down to business today. We decided to cover a more modern artists for a change. Because the last couple of times we covered a lot of classics. But now we want to talk about a very exciting young artist so alexander. Who are we talking about today. Yes as you said. It's a more modern artists. That's what he wanted to do. Because we've been talking a lot about those Let's say older acts so today. We're talking about michael key. When i was the one that chose that artist and the reason why i wanted to cover michael. Today is one because she is friend. Also collaborated with danger. Mouse a guided. We mentioned before on the podcast. One of the founding members of broken bells house barkley and also a well known producer. Mike akebono quickest his kind of been circulating around the internet as a young promising talent using his been mashing might social media a lot so wanted to kind of explore Was kind of a mystery because a couple of years ago just once signed from him. I think it was on a radio station so I didn't quite know what to expect him. The let's i share couple of info about so microchip Thirty three years of age. A young man from london born and raised another bugs. He is off ugandan descent before he started his Solar career he had been i a session guitarist and the later on when he started soloing. It was known as a Support for adults concert. Sukey supported her at some of her concerts at into in two thousand and eleven signed a deal with the door records which is also record Still releases album sander. His first opera came to the scene of two thousand twelve called home again and it's might way receiving a lot of praises in a lot of good ratings so far. He has released three hours. We're gonna discuss all of them today. Michael kiwanuka is very known for stating his identity. And trying to kind of explain how it is to be proud of yourself to find your place in society to accept yourself for who you are and his lyricism is pretty much about those issues about those feelings which we will say a minute. Some of his major influences our oddest reading. Ray charles bob dylan the band funkadactyls really really good and famous names. They're vowed unsure. You love some of them or all all all right.
Winter And Snow
"Hi Iron Sammy ages-old around the fund of course good Sam. and. I'm Nafisa Siamese Mum and I'm the host of a podcast called not another month. Today. We are discussing themes around pictures of collections from the Museum of London, for their memories of London program and. A London lives podcast in order to inspire a musical story, which is accessible for people living with dementia as well as their families. Today footer, we will be discussing shows children playing in the snow. My favorite part about playing in the snow is wound makes nobles and throw it at. Don't remind me I remember sometimes you would end up snow fighting in the House and Bob I used to get this ledge out on the would go up and down the Hill I love that it would go so fast except broker we had to buy new one. That's right. If it doesn't snow this year I think we should create some fake snow. Can you imagine if we could do that we? Can Make It with baking soda and shaving cream and it feels coated touch as well. I didn't know you could yeah Ma am I truly lived in like a place like Noneya were was always winter how would you feel? Oh, I don't know as much as I love winter I do love summer to summer can really affect your mood and make you happier and just generally more hopeful although into exciting after while you do feel a bit gloomy especially when the snow tends to slash everything looks more gray and starts pretty what do you think I think I like some more because we don't get much snow in the winter and we didn't have any snow this year by the way. Here's a fun fact. Do you know which is the most obvious place on us. Some mountainous part of California? That tree Japan the north of Japan in the mountains there was a place could sukey on June and apparently they have fifty to sixty feature snow. Oh Gosh that's shocking thing I need to look this up. So that's about ten fifteen feet above my head or my God. It. And they have snow monkeys to that we have to see. Lastly, do love snowflakes have a fun fact for you to? No Two snowflakes are the same. Each one is unique how amazing it's up. Oh that's very. Last question if it never snowed again, what is one thing? You'll miss our unless making snowmen? I will miss that warm fuzzy feeling of both our childhoods, the hot chocolate and marshmallows the hot soups and roast dinners and stews defeating of waking up rushing to the. Feeling that all of natural beauty,
A Japanese Robotics Startup Has Invented a Smart Mask That Translates Into Eight Languages
"Everyone has gotten in on the mask game. It's more surprising to find a brand that isn't making their own masks than ones that are some places are going beyond slapping a logo on a piece of cloth however, and are innovating in really cool ways that will help us out as mask wearing becomes a long term thing like the various companies and individuals who have been working on fully or semi transparent masks so that the deaf and hard of hearing can read People's Lips. Another is a Japanese startup who wants to make masks even more functional and useful. They have made a mask that can translate into eight languages. DONUT robotics created the see face smart mask that with the help of its corresponding APP transcribes and translates what the where is saying. It also amplifies their voice, which I think is really cool. I. Don't know if masks actually muffle people's words this much. If I just relied on lip reading and facial expression context more than I thought I did because I have a heck of. A time understanding people in masks, the see face smart mask works by using a microphone embedded into the mask which connects to the wearer's phone via Bluetooth available languages for translation are Japanese and Chinese Korean Vietnamese Indonesian, English Spanish, and French. The mask does have one fatal flaw. However, it doesn't actually offer protection from the corona virus and is meant to be worn over a more suitable mask, and this is because the mask itself is made out of plastic and silicone. So it has to have some breathing holes bell suit suffocate. Which I get, but the does seem to sort of negate part of the point of having it as a mask. The translation software in the mask was originally designed for a robot named Cinnamon, but the team at donut robotics decided to pivot to. Win The pandemic hits and that to me makes it seem like having the translation tool be inside the mask is maybe not necessary, and since it doesn't work as an effective mask anyways what are we doing here but I am not an engineer and also it sounds like the company pivoted because they got hit hard by the pandemic and needed a way to stay afloat. So they leaned into a trend that they knew would work the. Cinnamon robot stood out from competitors because it was user friendly and the translation software even worked well in noisy environments and that software reincorporated into the mask quoting CNN uses machine learning developed with the help of translation experts and specializes in the Japanese language. Don't robotics CEO to Sukey. Ono claims the technology is better than Google API or other popular technologies for Japanese language users because most competitor APPs focused on translating to and from English and quotes. The company has run two successful crowd funding campaigns to get the product off the ground raising the equivalent of about eight hundred, thousand dollars from those campaigns and the plan to start distribution in Japan by the end of the year releasing five to ten thousand masks at forty to fifty dollars a pop. And while there has been interest from both the US and the UK, they don't expect to expand overseas until spring twenty, twenty, one at the earliest. But I am sure that plenty of other startups will be working on other cool masks with similar useful features. This is just the tip of the iceberg.
Punit Soni Founder and CEO of Suki the Voice Assistant for Healthcare
"It's really an interesting perspective. You say that we're time as a superpower in fact. I think you can tell me if I'm correctly interpreting this where you're saying that the intent to be in it for the long haul is your superpower. Whereas a lot of other areas, people are just looking to get in quick and flip or exit, or whatever it is, they might be trying to do. You assumed it was going to take awhile in that by it. Taking awhile, you would build advantage over time. Yeah. It's a little bit more of the latter than the former. You know a lot of people's dot companies, not necessarily thinking. some do by all means, but it's a little bit less to do with what others perspectives. Motivations with mine. I am absolutely interested in building a very very large important company I want in a large part of this motivation who being healthcare, also pure ambition but. I do believe there are certain sectors. Let it takes a much longer time and. A multiyear strategy where you know phase the first three or four years based might be the next three or four years, and so on so forth, and then there are others where you're building a smaller feature, or you're attacking a area, or you're trying to do a slightly different vivid into five years. You kind of been there done that and you can actually Uber. An exit healthcare is a much more of the latter especially, if you WANNA been ambitious, big company it's it's possible to build something on the edges in healthcare, but it's never going to be very meaningful and impactful, because healthcare is so complicated so so then if I know I have ten fifteen years at my disposal through the next thing, and if I. I know that somehow I can pull together the right kind of people and resources to help me do that. It becomes a an incredible boat because everybody has prompted thinking about food. How do I survive the next quarter? And you know what metric should be i. can't about those things too But on the other hand? I'm also thinking about the fact that you know in. Twenty five. If you're lucky to be standing, we would be a completely different company. You know that would be interesting and important, so it's a little bit of perspective and time in some of the advantages. Time can actually give you. That's exaggerated in healthcare that another sectors. made it takes about five years just to be trusted. Even very basic level in the industry, and it typically takes that long to build an all the features that are expected it's. It's an industry that's. That it's very hard to do just a pure MVP model not the ad, certain extent, but the expectation level. Of An. MVP is really high because the. The risks are very high. No, you're exactly right, and you know it's actually interesting. A lot of people ask me. You know what are you? Why would you know you win? Are Sukey been and build it? I typically tell them okay. If I WANNA build the wise based digital, assisting offered legacy odor, will assistant. Alexa or doctors than I have been to a natural language You know a speech recognition system than language understanding system, a natural language parsing system than I bill intend extract Wrap it around in a stack the name to build a mobile APP than I need to. To actually figure out how to make that Super Privacy Aligned with you know privacy compliance than mediate need to have a high level of security that we need to multi tendency ended Indi- in major infrastructure is like that of a mid size, enterprise, company and Menu. All of these things than you can pilot in a
"sukey" Discussed on KQED Radio
"American Airlines says it will continue canceling ninety flights a day on the max through June fifth and United Airlines has also pulled the max off the schedule until the same date. United flies the max nine this is NPR news from Washington from D news, I'm Brian watt. The contra Costa county public defender is calling for a review of all cases involving a walnut creek police officer who was nearly fired in twenty seventeen for mishandling evidence cake sukey Lewis reports investigators started looking into officer Curtis foreman after he failed to book some. Vicodin pills into evidence, they'd found he'd made similar errors in dozens of cases. He was suspended for a month without pay and put on an improvement plan. This came to light through records released under the new police transparency law, but public defender Ravin Lipitsky says defense attorneys should have already been told about the officers dishonesty. It is of course, very disturbing to find out that there's a lot of information that probably should have been disclosed to the defense. That was never disclosed the one that creek police chief says he has no problem with a deeper look at Bormann's cases. And that he is confident in his decision to give the officer a second chance, I'm sukey Lewis, K Q, E news, San Jose State. President Mary papa's Ian says the university needs to work on the growing problem of student housing in food insecurity, the success of our students goes hand in hand with their academic and personal wellbeing and can only be achieved when we help them to alleviate. The various addresses and challenges that we know many of them experience comments came during Papa John's third state of the university address yesterday. She said San Jose.
Scattered yellow vest protests against Macron, anti-Semitism
"There's been an uptake in anti semitism in France, which is home to Europe's largest Jewish community. Many say the anti-government yellow vest movement has fueled hate speech. NPR's Eleanor Beardsley reports on how the nation has been shocked by some recent acts of anti semitic vandalism. This week people gathered at a memorial service for a young Jewish man who was murdered thirteen years ago. The ceremony in the Paris suburbs takes place every February thirteenth, but this year. Hundreds of people of all ages and backgrounds showed up to honor Ilan Halimi. They stood together at the spot by the railroad tracks where the twenty three year old was dumped after being targeted kidnapped and tortured for three weeks in two thousand six by a gang seeking ransom. Pederick petita the mayor of sunshine of Daiwa addresses the crowd. He learns he won't Alon means tree in Hebrew. And this is why we planted trees here in his memory. It's this symbol criminals attacked on Monday through this anti-semitic act. They wanted to murder him a second time retiree Isabel, easy and her two friends came to the ceremony from a neighboring town. See revolted, I'm revolted that someone has cut down trees that are the symbol of Ilan Halimi. She says we've thought of him for the last thirteen years, there are just no words for what happened. The French interior minister says anti-semitic acts are up seventy four percent from a year ago. Another occurred this week when to public mailboxes decorated with the portrait of former Justice minister Simone Veil or tagged with swastikas. They was deported to Auschwitz at sixteen. She survived and went on to become one of the country's most beloved figures. French prime minister Edward Philippe called the recent spate of antisemitic. Vandalism sickening to. Swastikas are drawn face in someone spits on the memory of Ilan Halimi. It's a body blow to the whole nation are not knocked out, and we will fight this tooth and nail rabbi Michel, sir. Fatty came to Halley means memorial, sir. Fatty is president of the French Judeo Muslim association and for the last decade he and his Muslim colleagues have been fighting stereotypes about Jews in mostly African and Muslim immigrant communities in Francis. Suburban housing projects surf IT says radical Islam has been behind anti-semitism in France in recent years. But now it seems to be coming from a second source. Sukey still we haven't heard from the classic World War Two anti-semitism in seventy years. But with these recent acts like being written on shop window seems to have made a resurgence has unleashed. And that's something is the best movement political commentator Christoph Barbier says the yellow vest movement has created a dangerous climate busters only fool awesome. With more movement is a roiling cauldron of anger and hatred. He says and the anti-semites took advantage and slipped in and everything's spreads like wildfire on social media including conspiracy theories involving Jews.
"sukey" Discussed on AP News
"sukey" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast
"Do you follow sukey the cat sukey? No. What is that? It's a cat. Do. This is the greatest job in the world. Is that the Michael Rapaport yells at no? The cat degrading to the to the count yellow account incident. I guess I guess it's insulting. County. Yells at everyone, right? It was still funny to listening to video. I had no idea that Michael Rapaport makes viral videos without question the moment. I started listening to it. I knew exactly who it was. Possible. He sounds like every do the northeast, but yet still sounds exactly like Michael Rapaport every time he opens his mouth. Me yet footage. It's actually all that footage just from the UK, and it's one of these British cap, he he's not even really yelling at the cat. It's an international incident again. Of a cat something that rivals the cuteness of your cat coming in. What's that look at this? What does this going be like gold? So if you want to say, hi. We're bringing the cat. Mike for a second. I'm bringing the cat. Look we have here we have iris and her Gad Mike Jones a little achievement hunter. Sure. Acute cast. Thank god. Yeah. Give us all your thoughts and feelings. Oh, this is this is the cutest thing ever. This isn't a typical podcast look at this. This. Can you just going to be the highest you'd podcast of all time communicating? She's in love with that cat. Oh my gosh. Irish did you hear the tumbler band adult content? I think our friend Finch said it best when he said, no more color. Keep it clean. The cat. My. Hey. Oh, no. So my goal with cats always is to try to hold them as much as possible. It's happen kidding. Him appear in the head. Orange are they about the same age? No, I don't know. He's nine weeks. Now, hold I feel that we should have just take the day off. I received how to do a blue apron read. Great for the audio listeners. They here I think she wants to put you Bernie. She's all about that cat. Oh my gosh. I contact with wants to this is going to be. Tell I'm just cool. In our half of this. Yeah. Are there any like this a great job? Some more videos that are just like little kids meeting cats. Oh. Relationship. She's saying goodbye. A good time of year for her to hate learn to mimic graybeards, both cats. You don't want to give me the true. What does that mean? Terrible with cat. I'm like. Ear and they always scratch me. Oh, no. She's trying now. Oh, no. Beck. Stop instantly..
Spain to have world's longest life expectancy by 2040
"Behaviors, so if the good old fashioned Mediterranean diet, but also lower smoking race is one of the things that hip stem ahead of Japan who which has a slightly higher smoking rate, particularly in men, and that's how Spain is managed to leap up the table and his life expectancy is still rising in most countries. Whether or not there high middle income countries well globally. They're expecting a four point four year increase in life expectancy over the next decade in a bit. However, it is a mixed picture, and you get a lot of rich countries making a huge amount of progress places like Japan, Singapore Spain and Switzerland or we're going to have life. Expectancies over eighty five years on average according to this forecast, but you get other countries Central African Republic's involve way samayoa sofa all under sixty five years. So what you're seeing is that while there has been progress being made that huge gap in between the poorest, and the richest countries is in closing. And this report also has a warning that what is attempted to do is work out the best case scenario and the worst case scenario is for life expectancy in the coming decades. And it says that in its worst case scenario if things go quite badly, wrong them half of countries around the world Karachi their life expectancy falling. So don't think that living into your middle eight hundred hundred Dundee accordia, thanks for that may to Spain. Now, James let me ask you a question. Do you say me grain or migraine? I say migraine I have no idea if I'm right on well, I checked with the BBC pronunciation unit and first of all the sites said me grain. But then it also says that migraine is also. An attested variant. So we find with either you'll be pleased to know. Now last week we look to the humble and sometimes not so humble headache. And heard that the everyday tension type headache can usually be treated with ibuprofen or paracetamol and for a real boost with a Cup of coffee at the same time because the caffeine helps but a headache can also be one of the main symptoms of migraine and collasped days, and that's what we're focusing on this week. Our reporter Katie Tackett sukey has been in search of new treatments. This is the Tim S device. It's a single pounds. Testimonial. Magnetic stimulation device. Andrei direct to have had eight research at the headache center. Guys instant Thomas's hospital in London shows me a new portable device for migraine sufferers on the patient house boarded like this. And the pulses when you get a migraine nerves attend on new rooms in nerves fire, and that's why you feel pain this small magnetic pulse to the outer part of the brain from the TMS device changes the activity of those neurones and which uses the pain over time. It found recused the frequency of their tax and reduce the severity of the attacks. Say this device patients, take it home. Yes. So this technique has been in in the Kleenex for over thirty years. However, it involves a big machine. So this is the first time we have a portable device patients can take at home, and they can treat themselves to actually prevent their attacks. I'ma says they're seeing good results with three months. Eve's patients reporter, welcome reduction in the number and severity of attacks. And as someone who suffers for migraine, she knows all too. Well, how disabling they can be woke up with a migraine probably because let's. From your coming here. And what do they feel like for you describe the experience the migraine attack begins before the actual headache? I experienced what we called Pomona, Tori, symtoms yawning need to have more watering intake food intake, and so on then the henna comes in which is a disabling part on the attack and payroll. Zero. You just want to lie down just give in the dark Brown, quiet and just try to sleep more the attack. After the headaches stops you still have this hungover left from the attack and how long does an attack typically last four year. If I don't read it successful. They can go up to three days. Typical actually directional for migraine attack, ripping things out and dispose full Coakley. He has no respite from his chronic migraine rabid serious condition. It's effects about ten percent of people. He's had it for seventeen years. It doesn't come doesn't go. It's always there. No treatment has ever been successful. So we started proves a welcome distraction. Worst. I would say I well. Oh, sort of cuddled up on the sofa clutching my head, basically. And just wishing it would go away. What kind of treatment? Have you had four? Medication of all sorts and descriptions, both talks is one of them. That was tried. I've had various things stuck in the neck and pumped with things other inclined stand, but nothing that any of the treatment of had made any impact on the continuous nature the treatments Paul tried and not specifically for migraine. We've never had for the communist newer logical cause of disability on the planet. We've never had of specific preventive till now, she's a really big deal. Pizza coats is professor of neurology at King's College, London
USA Gymnastics says CEO out in latest post-scandal shakeup
"Maria and the California wildfires came one after another last year. And then the report released today, the GAO found that the federal government simply didn't have the train staff to adequately respond to these disasters disaster response to the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico was also hampered by distance geography and poor communication. These disasters are likely to cost the federal government over one hundred and twenty billion dollars for NPR news. I'm sukey Lewis. And San Francisco, this is NPR. Former Senator John Kyle reportedly selected to succeed the late. Senator John McCain of Arizona in congress. Mccain died more than a week ago at the age of eighty one was laid to rest this past Sunday. Mccain's widow Cindy approves of the decision. She tweets John, Kyle is a dear friend. She says it's a great tribute to her husband that Kyle is prepared to return to public service for the state of Arizona. The head of USA gymnastics has resigned just nine months
"sukey" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"I mean, I guess I would say that I was like closeted for about a year because from like divorce announcement, I guess. It'd be like a year in like a couple months. We were together like it was weird. We were like it was. It's foggy like Warlick, what's her anniversary? Wait. So we were like, hooking up there was like an experiment, and it was like, I'm going to talk about this like it was like hanging out in if every day is good, we'll continue it. And then I think it was like official. Right? Like probably when I started interesting to your friends and family. Right? Which like around like. So I guess I was closeted for like about a year and maybe a couple of months. So. Interesting. I know it's just so weird that it didn't know you then you know, and I know that part of your life. I know. I know. I know right now everything. I kind of concert for two though to like be around people that didn't know my previous life because it like I just felt like there are just too many even some of my best friends from college, who will it obviously with Wasserman, I took like a beef from Hudson's were still hanging out, and I was like, I just wanted to like, I'm in. I'm a flare fighter flight. I can floss. The worst, Kate, any sort of confrontation verbal or physical like don't talk to me. I'm getting better at it yet, but I'm old af. So how hard it. Okay. That was a long tangent. Basically. I just wanted to talk about cards LVN, but that reminds me of you. But this is a twofold story because she celebrated her birthday this weekend and she'd like a star-studded birthday with obviously as she Benson sukey Waterhouse, Kate back and sales Zoe Kravitz Sienna Miller and Margot. Robbie, like honestly, car, I feel like as someone who's so famous and doesn't have any like tips. You know what I mean? Like there's nobody. She like wouldn't invite to Herbert. They right Margot Margo knows all the time. Thingy. Like what kind of thing like there was like a little bit of a weird thing was there. I feel like because we'll tell her she has a lot of hot model lesbian friends, which is, you know. No, I'm not. I really am not the type of person to out anyone. I think there's a special place in helping people that work at Gawker and the Daily Beast still speculate I speculate. And honestly, I'm so here for it that like I, I don't think it could be a bigger Taylor swift fan, but then she like I'm not saying that she has if she were to like just come out as gay. Like I think I would be absolute biggest Tillerson fan out there. Taylor, we welcome you another Taylor, our club on my God. You guys can be like a throttle. No, I'm not what those skinny bones. I know I'm the ice cream sandwich. Okay. So she celebrated her birthday with all these cool people. She shared several photos from a birthday party on Instagram, according to news quote, it was my birthday a week ago, and I'm still dealing with that Moore maze ING memories and loud. It was a mermaid party. I mean, I'm assuming all the yesterday was now I eight mermaid like gross. We're like obsessed with mermaids. It's like not that cool. No, it's not. Have you seen it on Elisa slushing tres. I'm not eligible. Lineal special on Netflix, but it's her first. Netflix special. No Margot hates her own no night on. Watch it. Watch his thing..
Nikki Bella, Soupy Waterhouse and John CENA discussed on Z Morning Zoo
"In just minutes but I Morning, zoo process See celebrity dirt Gina, Rodriguez from Jane the virgin she is engaged to, her longtime, boyfriend Joe Sara all, right Then it looks like we have a new relationship, in the works Robert Pattinson in a, supermodel soupy Waterhouse and I was just sukey now we know what she look like until. I see Is pretty girl pictures of our Instagram and then, we've learned the on-again off-again on-again off-again couple John CENA and Nikki Bella are officially dine the yeah yeah get back together And good. For, January. She's a Cutie Yeah and they look. So good together Together looking our Instagram fans so we thought. Jimmy would, be out of the hospital you know by. Now maybe, on her way to rehab but no it looks like that's. Not going to happen for a while, she's still, very ill suffering from nausea high fever vomiting along with all. Kinds of other, things in the hospital a statement said it's from the Narcan that was given, to her that one, time to. Me this, sounds like withdrawals like. Percent so you're I think you're right sounds like she what has been on, something for a little bit of. Time and then dress code jerky stopped and this is what she has to deal with until, you, know. It's out, of her says no no 'cause The only thing I see.
Donald Trump softens tone on Chinese investments
"Sharif sukey discusses howard trade war will impact natural gas prices the once it leaves the shores of the united states if china wants to find its way to china senator pat toomey on us trade policy what's the possible rationale for imposing this tax on american to buy steal from canada canada with whom we have a balance of trade overall and actually a surplus of trade in steal it just doesn't make any sense all this and more coming up in the next hour bloomberg best and i bryan curtis in hong kong let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets president trump has signaled he may take a less confrontational path toward curbing chinese investments in us technology the president suggests that the us will rely on committee that scrutinises foreign acquisitions for national security risks and will not target china's specifically house speaker paul ryan is criticizing the trump administration's trade policy that's after harley davidson said that retaliatory tariffs are prompting the company to shift some production of motorcycles overseas ryan says he doesn't think the tariffs are the right way to go tariffs are basically taxes and what ends up happening escalating tariffs are isolating taxes a one of the reasons we did tax reform is to make it easier for businesses to keep manufacturing in america exporting overseas because with taxes like terrace some companies make overseas in order to penetrate foreign markets that's why we wanna lower those barriers house speaker paul ryan well let's take a look at the asian markets briefly we've seen a slump in china's yuan it's trading right now the offshore currents yet six sixty one zero one and that's almost a half a percent weaker this morning the slump in the chinese currency is raising some fears that policymakers are less willing to temper the currency's decline as the economy slows and with this trade battle with the united states at the sharp turnaround from a couple of weeks ago when the un was in effect serving as an anchor for emerging markets all right thanking index is down a half a percent of the composite is down about a tenth of one percent the nikkei is trading down now about six tenths of one percents the dollar yen one oh nine eighty two the euro at a dollar sixteen fifty three and the oil price seventy dollars seventy three cents a barrel news twenty four hours a day live at.
"sukey" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James
"You have for us today well you know i'm kind of cheating because one of mine is one that you talked about just last week really but i really wanna talk about it because i love it so much so on your recommendation i thought that sukey explicitly eight foaming cleanser and i'm in love in love yes so if you miss talking about it it is a green company so it's all natural it is a can't even explain it it's like sugar scrub in a jar first of all it's smells so heavenly i wanna eat it it does doesn't it it's like grapefruit and citrus and i speaking of rituals i really am loving every morning washing my face with that because i feel like just the sense memory of that smell is just like you're going to have a happy day right smell in is a happy smell so yes as you said it explicitly it's it's got the grit of like an exp ater but then it gets this really great ladder too so it's like a two in one it's isn't like the it's like almost a creamy lattice is i know that i'm sincerely us i think your praise for it was absolately worth and now i'm like going down a rabbit trail with this company sukey because it is all natural so i did find on amazon because of course i wanna try everything they have a little mini kit that has all their products in it perfect so i'm ordering that's only twenty one bucks and i will link up to that in our selfie podcast facebook community if anyone else's interested in trying this cute little company that's perfect and it is an exceptional company that she keeps the prices.
Downed power lines caused of deadly California wine country wildfires, report says
"Of the season remains a strong category four hurricane in the pacific but poses no threat to land forecasters say it's about five hundred miles south of mexico's baja peninsula and is moving away from land a letter grew from a tropical storm to a category four hurricane in just twenty four hours a possible sign that a second system will develop over the next five days wildfires in northern california last fall that destroyed homes and killed at least fifteen people were sparked by pacific gas and electric power lines that had fallen down after completing an investigation state fire officials say falling tree trees or limbs hitting electrical lines were the main cause state law violations were found in eight cases but pacific gas and electric officials say it had met state requirements after inspecting more than two million power poles and cutting back nearly a million and a half trees in one year in guatemala more than a dozen forensic experts are trying to identify victims of this week's violent volcanic eruption that left one hundred nine people dead more than forty bodies are at a makeshift morgue many of them charred experts will extract dna material from the bones to help identify them more than two hundred people remain missing a florida a woman disappeared at a lake in south florida the suspect the large alligators cbs's david begg no has more a witness told police fortyseven year olds shizuko matt sukey was walking her dogs near this lake in davey florida it took more than five hours to trap the twelve foot alligator officials reportedly found an arm inside the reptile divers are still looking for the woman alligators are synonymous with florida with more than one million in the state they literally can show up anywhere the last deadly attack was two years ago when two year old lane graves was killed while visiting disneyworld with his parents the women's two dogs.
"sukey" Discussed on Teen Creeps
"But that also is used as yeah iliffe i was like oh i didn't okay he's like that's a compliment okay thank you mime in seventh grade and i very shy and dumb the just an example of how childlike i wanna say my mom's like logic is is that if she doesn't like if someone says oh that's awfully good because she's like you're saying awful sure she's so she's yeah like dinner sick yeah but like if someone's like oh that awfully good she's like well why would you say that you're using the word awful that's mean she wouldn't she refuses to accept that and i was like i remember being like no it's like on spiring like full of all and she said no it's mean okay okay great call like all slang originates with black people yeah everything we just said we'll end it's also like yeah and then it's white people appropriating yeah i just i can't think of yemi slang right now yeah that would have come from what white person anyway i eat crew me what what else of note happens in this book p named of it is of note i so it sucks because sukey is the one who ropes jeddah into it but jenna was always going to like when she shows up at sukey house and all the scientists are practically like panting over her because they are so excited to test her abilities yeah it's like obviously sukey had to bring her but then sukey brings in all the popular kids that was his little kind just straight up sells her the fuck out i was yeah.
Standoff suspect charged in murder of California police officer
"Terry of state rex tillerson citing differences of personality and policy was in paris tamra keith explains questions remain about the time line the white house and state department or casting the sequence of events quite differently a senior white house official tells npr that chief of staff john kelly called tillerson on friday and told him that he was being asked to step down and would be replaced but tillerson didn't resign then the president announced via twitter tuesday morning that tillerson had been fired shortly thereafter state department undersecretary steve goldstein said tillerson hadn't spoken to the president and didn't know why he was being dismissed tillerson ultimately did talk to trump more than three hours after the twitter announcement goldstein himself has now also been fired tamra keith npr news the whitehouse voter prosecutor in the park land shooting announced plans to seek the death penalty nineteen year old suspect nncholas crews stands accused of killing seventeen students and staffers the br our county high school rowing more garrity has more state attorney michael sat filed a notice of intent to seek death penalty with the clerk of courts today laying the groundwork for cruises arraignment tomorrow the defense is not expected to contest cruises guilt but to argue for life without parole saying adult failed to intervene when cruise showed signs of emotional distress and potentially dangerous behavior the defense may also seek to reduce crew his sentence on mental health grounds cruise faces seventeen counts of first degree murder and seventeen counts of attempted murder along with a number of aggravating factors that could bolster the state's case for a harsher sentence he's been in custody in the broward county jail since the day of the shooting nearly four weeks ago for npr news i'm ruin more garrity poser closing of this hour and south western pennsylvania were voters are casting ballots in a special election deciding between republican state representative and trump trump favorite rick san cone against versus democrat connor lamb the polls to raise too close to call this hour this is npr pancake you weedy news i mean akin governor jerry brown says he's partnering with state lawmakers from both parties to bolster the state's disaster planning and management kiki weedy sukey lewis reports this comes on the heels of 2017 recordbreaking wildfires and mudslides an investigation of the northern california wildfires by k q e d found the state's emergency response systems were insufficient and unprepared to handle a disaster of that scope now state leaders say they are committed to modernizing forest management making utilities more resilient to extreme weather.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Not this year but beers back she said i think my my new year's resolution is to spend less time with family we are we spent a lot of time with each other we like each other doesn't mean that there isn't family dysfunction vis all families have that but there's a lot of love and we show up we show up for each other in life it's been such a an amazing gift for all of us and the next generation sankie seeking supernova regrets his book which he wrote with her sisterinlaw elizabeth lithographs is called just sit meditation guidebook for people who go the should but do you see for being on the show today thank you for doing everything that you do to make the world a better place think you daddy this is the 14th here had been doing design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference we could make a difference for we can do both and different mellman and for which a talking with him again soon for more information about design matters or to subscribe to our newsletter go to debbie mellman dot com if you love this podcast please consider contributing to a new drip kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast transcripts of every interview temptations to live interviews qna sessions with guests and a brand new annual magazine you can learn more about this at d dot rip slashed debbie dash hillman that's d dot rip slashed debbie dashed miliamen if you want others to know about this podcast please read review in the i tuned store and linked to the podcast on social media design matters is produced by curtis fox productions the show is published exclusively by observer dot com and recorded live at the school a visual arts masters in branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is accurate pettit and the art director is emily weiland generous support for designed matters media is provided by wicks dot com.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Like my mom and that i unlike when we do i am not in a surface to her or myself i get back to my breath you know it was able to come everything down and i'm just like you know sometimes life happens and i found the aaa and he came in 45 minutes you know and in that moment where i just like hijacked by my thoughts and then even worse than beating myself up you know going back to like whatever when i first lettered have the car not helpful and what you really wanted was you know so a safe voice that was calm because she was nervous and scared so it be available in hold that space for her i wanted to ask you about the books design as i said it's very plain spoken you don't sugarcoat anything it's not we would all which is why i like it so much it's very very straightforward little bit intellectual but also very playful social really wonderfully illustrated talk about how you found your illustrator and how you went about the design of the book because it's so left um in the edge is a miracle honestly we found her on craigslist what is her full name amnaj warheads okay and she is from brazil we we had lots of people send us their stuff and nothing really resonate for us and then we saw her portfolio we were like she seems sorta cool um and we just really bonded and she even though there is like a lot of translation going on but or not somehow she was able to understand us because my directions our best directions were not always so direct would be like well we we like a fox those are like the mean girl in middle school you know and as she had to capture that somehow she got it understood us that's one of the things that like so much read the book the illustrations are extremely emotionally present it if it's if that makes any sense there's the gestures in her lines are very vakhidov and and really bring you into the book in a wonderful way yeah.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"I know it's still it's still happens in relieved still haven't it okay it gives me hope because it's human it's our ego the takes over he just had to show who's boss said now i'm going to do my sitting i'm going to go and observed thoughts and be caught myself you say that meditation is a direct line to your voice of reason how does that work well oftentimes right we're like and conflict right because so in disappoint us here or you had to confront someone about that and you can never make a great decision when you are in conflict you just can't and so the me meditation it briefly to place so i can resolve that certain come more from a grounded perspective you also show in the book how studies show that brand new meditators can grow more gray matter in their brain in as little as twenty minutes a day for eight weeks that loan for me is the reason to start to think that i can get a better brain my brain be sharper i'm that you begin to see changes in memory empathy and stress levels had his meditation do that you know who knows it sort of magical but the studies have shown that like you prefer to cortex will grow which is where you're that sir how you organiz everything but then that's also correlate your mic delay which then set of shrinks which is where all the stress and fear fear fear lives so the to sort of like as one grows the other shrinks you like that's fabulous and how does that work i have no idea now i don't know if i have the pronunciation of this um nerve correctly the veges vag the vegas vegas but for those ads dirt i know i know tell us about the as this was to me like this blew my mind i mean it's very funny because you bet through who wrote the book with me she's just like oh my god let go the vegas and like i was stunned the weight we've got this.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Assault domestic violence and child abuse to support survivors healing an end this beilin's forever and the experience that you were talking about the foundation named ju it's hard of gold awardwinner and you gave an incredibly emotional and beautiful speech ito is interesting new you talked about in that speech i you'd always been fond of singing but at that point in your life you had stopped and then years later as you accepted the award you sang he rejoined on stage by a ingrid michelson you performed you got your voice back i did you've also served as an executive producer on the documentary the hunting ground which took a deep look at rape on college campuses and was nominated for two emmys screened at the white house and was an official sundance selection i'm now you're an executive producer on the new hbo documentary i am evidence which documents women who's rape kits weren't tested i think it's really safe to say that you you are one of the orchestrators of this meeting moment um your advocacy work is really powerful and you are an example of how you can actually transform trauma into power i'm a planning on working at any more documentaries or i'm always open but that absolutely you and your husband are very successful um and you've said that what you find so interesting about having success is how much you're able to give and how much you can support causes that are dear to you had you personally choose what you would like to contribute to and to fund i wish i could say that my husband and i are like really thought full we lay things out re research really sort of emotional instinct wall and pretty spot on because of it we do things we care about we sort of find that things find us and then it works that way um in a beautiful way what i find so.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Hadn't told in the store yet so i was like okay let's see if i can do this and um it was at the time with the broadcaster um was an egypt and she was assaulted in this mass anywhere she had gone on television to discuss what had happened to her and it just happened and so i sat down with christian as a tweet you i know you pipe heard a little bit about my story from your older sisters but you've never edgy her two straight from me and so we listened to this woman describe what happened to her as a say way to talk about my experience and in that moment talking to him i was i i spoke about these these three boys that in that moment i saw my son and i was like what if he had done this to someone would i stopped loving him you know i was like i've beaten destroyed about by his actions but like he's my son i could never stopped loving him and so in that moment look stuff was coming out of my mouth that i was like well these these men these boys you know the could make better choices and i said bid if you're ever in that situation you may vary fine find yourself in a situation you can't just walk away you have to hear my story here that the woman's story and do something to stop it but then i went on to say that maybe today that the puppy fathers and with daughters and they may be good humans and i was a whereas coming from and i realize that that had come to the other side you know that that something was released there that little forgiveness the nothing to do with them and all about me and my son in that moment that's extraordinary um for our listeners that might not be aware um like me you're a board member at the joyful heart foundation whose mission is to transform society's response to sexual.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"The eu you've written had the second active this drama plays out is unbearably as the first you thought that the campus police that you ended up speaking to are actually police and they weren't now you had been cleaned and showered in the hospitals said there was no evidence other than what you were saying may get technically if i had not like washed my hair there was evidence there but like i had stole my sticky things army the for the ekg but like everything else was wiped clean i mean it's outrageous that's that's just unthinkable um you ended up going before harvard's interim summer judiciary committee and that was it was even more horrific what happened during that experience i walked in and there were a bunch of women so i thought i was like okay but people they'll understand my story like this is crazy what just happened to me like i don't you know as i send out of there with with my father he came with me and their first questions were we hear you puerto rican we hear you are sexy dancer you know and i'm like yes i am puerto rican i dance um sixty dancer i don't you know they're performer over former i quickly knew that this was not turning out the way is gonna turn out or i was just so too shocked that i was telling a story that there were like yeah this to sort it doesn't add up and i'm like i mean i'm lacerated got bruises like even if i had consented to like sex with three guys at some point i would is that this was not okay like no clinton leaves out like this is a great time like um we end up in the hospital not knowing what's going on your all naked and you dumped by the river dumped by the river like and so that's the cockroach moment of just like we are the only one that succeeds this um and then you know back then they didn't have all this protocol about having the perpetrators come in while you're in the same room you and the and the the girls we'd been they're playing quote is with us they came in.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"And he said do you know that there are people who believe that our living world is actually a dream when i meditate i go to find out if this is trail in and i love that night a i have never met your dad but i can only imagine he must've instilled this incredible sense of wonder and opened up the world for you in this really wonderful an imaginative way it's very true he could also be very frustrating as well in what way in that and colouring and i'm an and i'm like oh what book color should i do the roof and he's just like be the master of your own decision nephew now unless it's not a color red a grain that the magic was there you know it was his curiosity that thing in many ways you know i was as little like sidekick and so i think it was also plays for him to sort of explain understand what he was trying to understand myself and if he could explain to me then that was way for him to understand the okay now i've got it up and get her to set of act on these ideas during the summer after you graduated high school when you were only 17 years old you had what you've referred to as a cosmic smack down with the undertaker in you've said that undertaker carried you up to the top of the tallest ladder so tall that when you get to the top and looked down the wrestling ring looks like a postage stamp and hurled you towards the earth where you hit so hard that you became a cockroach city can you talk about what happened on that august night in 1985 after you went to see the movie saint elmaz fire well i did a lot of kids do while there i mean i was in a colleges during the summer but it was you were that adam at the editor at harvard you're at harvard as summer session there and um and we went back and play quarters and as quarters quarters as this cited at.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Barras by their parents it does matter how interest looking back like wow had really interesting parents i just you know there were mines so that's like an israeli embarrassed by my mother's galoshes i remember them being really heinous and feeling like please don't get out of the car please and there are probably fabulous right now at gorgeous someone asked me once a how did you father teaching meditate you know and i was thinking back to the exit of will win was that the actress sit down with me and in no it was like these magic tricks like another the first time he he said of taught me i've come home crying because i went to a quaker school the smaller quicker school and frankford philadelphia and there was picket ball and i never bleak netflix kit ball or any of that it was not really sporty and so i would sit on the stoop and read a book and there's this could joey who eventually with like threw the ball at me to hurt you yeah or like you know and and auto sit there i just understand what was going on like i was reading this book like why you know why bother me and so i came home um and my father that we thought we'd first the trick of this you know matching yellow ball and said the next day i was like okay i'm gonna i'm gonna do this every whatever reason miracles would have you the ball hit the side of the stoop and never hit me again and so i was just like oh i put superpower tough business amazing and so i started meditating i didn't realize he i have had duped me into it but anytime i felt sense of insecurity epo it was a way to sort of this protective layer you know and now looking back you know i realize that the ball throwing was never about me any way you know joe he was a slowbreeder here i was like perched up they're reading you know so i i just was up there pages slick represented all his rate whatever you know that what are you generous very generous perspective sudqi i know that when you were a child you ask your dead where he goes when he meditates.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"All that ever knew so it's a coat switching that sort of you know and it was easy to pass right since i i i think you typically don't have markers that sort of say oh you're hispanic so i could sort of slip into the other world and not have to identify and i could pass with made things that have a little easier but a major conscious and aware of where paralyze you know like when my parents would sort of called the doctors if i picked up the phone and call the doctors nina without the accent i got a stronger response to my father my mom my awareness grew from that place you've also written about how you'd get physically sick before things like sleepovers but your dad taught you a magic trick to cope when he was dropping you off for your first one at age seven can you tell us about that magic trick he loved this magic trick he taught me for it uh once before too but it's such as breath work and i thought i have a superpower when he taught me that like imagining instead of this sort of yellow ball and your center of your body and that you breathe and deeply and he breathed out so that this yellow energy in the front of your body and then imagined the yellow ball and the energy incomes in the back of your body and so it creates a sort of you know protective layer which is really just a way for me to sort of get my breath back so i'm not like all hyper and nervous of new going to someone's sleepover which is usually girlfriend that i want to spend time with anyway uh but i had experience anxiety your father stuttered meditating when he was working on his social work and his psychology phd i am when you come home from school you'd sometimes find him in a head stand against the wall or loudly practicing his breathing work which may do not want to bring your friends over after school you were not a fan and at what inch did you begin to accepted and begin to think that he was onto something i think everyone service.
"sukey" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"And the endocrinologists as like nothing has changed so she's going to have to go on a pill for the rest of her life oh i don't really like that and so i went to my one we will friend that i knew from the music school and she said i should see this dr bluffs see at the continue helping healing center i went there um i did full disclosure go to other doctors who also were like well looks like he's gonna have to take a pill so i went to dr polaski and the first thing i noticed is when i got there he said heidi very kindly and then went with my daughter gaby to do puzzles why they had a discussion for half hour oh that's the first and then he came back to me for three minutes and said well we're gonna first try car practical work and then maybe we'll do some homeopathic work and maybe some of this and we'll see what sort of works and doesn't work and maybe at the end of the day she might had to take a pill but let's try these things now my deductible fc was a regular dr what was at harvard totally credited and another full disclosure my father who is always a big chiropractor you all this other stuff i always thought like he was a crazy the go see a real doctor right so like i could even shares my dad who is around at the time to say like on the tagob see the car practice i i was sort of like embarrassed we went and this wonderful woman comes in with his beautiful glow she's at the same facility and and uh and she starts looking at gaby and like to his embody work on her she's like oh to you know your daughter has an extra rib and i'm like no i didn't know that not crazy i have an extra rib and my father's does joke is because i do want to give it to adam so that's up so crazy she has won an extra one and she's like well you know she so compact and so it's pudding sort of pry believes putting pressure on her pancreas and so that's pricesetting offer drena's and may be her high blood pressure so let's just release this rib and wait twenty minutes and check.