I left the industry initially when I was 21 because head chefs spoke down to
me, giving me verbal abuse.
At both occasions, he was rude, obnoxious and spoke down to
me in front of everyone.
I was treated like a child, they spoke down to
me like I was a pupil.
The adults spoke down to
children, and to each other like adults, and drank endless cups of tea.
The woman who never spoke down to
children is still giving it to them straight, even if her original 1970s and '80s audience (and her own children) now meet her at eye level: The second book in her new series illustrated by New Yorker cartoonist James Stevenson, Cool Zone with the Pain & the Great One, will be out in May, and more are on the way.
BEING spoke down to
by a boss or colleague is the main cause of "office rage" in Irish workplaces, a report warned yesterday.
For example, while emphasizing that Brownson "never spoke down to
his audience," Carey also discusses the ideas that Brownson shared with them, among them the social inferiority of African Americans and of women (132, 276-77, 352).
She said: "When he got drunk he always spoke down to
me, like I was a tramp.
He never spoke down to
his audience, but instead used his genuine sincerity and simple, soft-spoken manner to connect with kids.
It was disappointing the way they spoke down to
us after the game,'' admitted Jones.
They felt he spoke down to
them, which infuriated them.
George Harrison always felt that McCartney spoke down to
him and the trait is still evident on the Anthology DVD.
I always liked Jim when I was on his games - he never spoke down to
you and was never a growler.
This was the ground-breaking series which never spoke down to
its audience with the use of high speed car chases, machine gun shoot-outs and torrid sex sessions.