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Cuomo accuser Charlotte Bennett says gov should resign
"Interview with our Norah O'Donnell, Andrew Cuomo sexual harassment accusers. Charlotte Bennett says she asked to be transferred to a new job within the New York governor's administration. After Cobos alleged advances. As for the state's attorney general's review of three accusers stories, Bennett says, this investigation finds that he has conducted himself this way, which he absolutely has. Because I have contemporaneous evidence. He should step down. Cuomo this week apologized for making women uncomfortable but denied touching anyone inappropriately.
Former Cuomo aide on governor's alleged sexual harassment
"There's also news at this hour. On embattled new york governor andrew cuomo some state lawmakers tonight moving to strip him of his emergency powers granted during the pandemic. Here's stephanie ronald. He promoted himself as the face of competent leadership in the pandemic tough but tonight the new york state legislature voting. To strip governor andrew cuomo of the emergency powers he was granted to handle cove it. This governor's inability to see outside of his own. Ego cannot continue to go unchecked. It came as a new york. Times reported the governor skaff rewrote report in june. Taking out the fact that more than nine thousand new yorkers had already died in nursing homes today. The governor's office said the number was removed because it had not been verified. It's just one of the scandals cuomo's facing two former aides now accusing him of sexual harassment. He is a textbook abuser. Charlotte bennett says the governor asked her about her sex life whether she was monogamous and whether she had ever slept with an older man she spoke with cbs news. He wanted a girlfriend when he said he was lonely. I mentioned that his daughters had been around and he also rejected that. Yeah my i love my daughters. But that's i want a girlfriend by thought he's trying to sleep with me. The governor is trying to sleep with me. And i'm deeply uncomfortable and i have to get out of this room as soon as possible. Cuomo says bennett misinterpreted him. I now understand that. I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable. It was unintentional. And i truly and deeply apologize for david. Charlotte bennett says it's not a matter of how she felt what he did. She says quote it is an issue of his actions. The fact is that he was sexually harassing me and has not apologized for
Cuomo Victim Charlotte Bennett Opens Up About Sexual Harassment Allegations in Raw Interview
"Very interesting now. The joe biden. Although kamala harris the leader of the i believe her caucus has yet to say anything about cuomo fascinating times we live in. Don't we joe biden is said. Oh yeah no need to have an investigation while there were two women that accused joe biden. One woman by the name of lucy florez another by the name of tara reade tara reade in a recent interview actually said that a biden aide told her we will blanking destroy you. Well sounds a little bit. Like ron kim statement about andrew cuomo but the issue is real and it seems like the i believe her caucus only become believers. If it's a republican that they're accusing for whatever political purposes. They are gender they have at the time and we saw what happened in the cavenaugh case. That's why i'm consistent. I don't rush the judgment and we believe in due process anyway. One of the accusers charlotte bennett. Is we talked about earlier today. Went on cbs news and talked about governor cuomo and what she believed he was trying to do and everybody that i've talked to bell choose extremely credible. Here's how it went down governor. Cuomo said that he has never propositioned anybody. Do you believe that he was propositioning. You yes for what sex. The pandemic was obviously stressful for all of us and he was on tv nearly every day talking about it here on book good so you think all this national attention may have emboldened him absolutely. I think he felt like he was untouchable. In a lot of ways then it says their professional relationship took a turn on may fifteenth when she alleges. The governor started asking her about her love. Life and then became fixated repeating over and over again. History is a sexual assault survivor. So he goes. You were raped. you were raped. You were raped and abused and assaulted. another key. encounter happened on june fifth. When bennett says she was called into cuomo's office to take dictation and he told her to turn off the tape recorder and then he explains at that point that he is looking for a girlfriend. He's lonely he's tired. You've just finished dictation and the governor is telling you he's lonely and looking for a relationship yes he asked if i had trouble enjoying being with someone because of my drama. This seems highly inappropriate. Yeah the governor. Asked me if i was sensitive fantasy in his office yes during the workday you have been quoted as saying that he also asked you about. If you've ever been with an older man. Yeah he asked me. If age difference mattered. He also explained that he was fine with anyone over twenty two. And how old are you. Twenty five what were you thinking. He's asking you these questions. I thought he's trying to sleep with me. The governor is trying to sleep with me. And i'm deeply uncomfortable and have to get out of this room as soon as possible and to be clear. What made you think that he was trying to sleep with you without explicitly saying it. He implied to me. That i was old enough for him and he was lonely. How did you respond to those questions. I responded honestly. And when i was even thinking of coming forward i think that was where i held the most shame and that like i really was uncomfortable. Why did you feel shame. I feel like people the onus on the woman to shut that conversation down by answering. I was somehow engaging in that or enabling it when in fact i was just terrified. People will watch this and say why didn't you get up and leave. It didn't feel like i had a choice. He's your boss is my boss. He's everyone's boss. Governor cuomo said in a statement that what he said may have been misinterpreted. Did you misinterpret him. No i understood him out in clear just didn't go the way he planned. I never know at the time. I was making anyone feel uncomfortable. Did you watch governor. cuomo's apology it's not an apology. It's not an issue of my feelings. It's an issue of his actions. The fact is that he was sexually harassing me and he has not apologized for sexually harassing me. And he can't even use my name.
Charlotte Bennett, New York Governor's Former Aide, Describes Alleged Sexual Harassment In Interview
"To our exclusive exclusive interview interview with with Governor Governor Andrew Andrew Cuomo's Cuomo's former former assistant, assistant, Charlotte Charlotte Bennett Bennett says says New York's New York's governor governor sexually sexually harassed harassed her her that that he was he was trying trying to sleep to sleep with her. with her. And And tonight, tonight, Bennett Bennett tell tell CBS CBS News News who who she she reported reported her her claims claims to to and and what what happened happened next? next? I was I was nervous. nervous. I I was was emotional emotional days days after after Bennett Bennett says says Governor Governor Cuomo Cuomo harassed harassed her. her. She She reported reported it to it his to chief his chief of staff, of staff, saying saying she she no no longer longer wanted wanted to work to work directly directly for for him. him. What What happened happened during during that that meeting, meeting, I I sat sat down down And And pretty pretty quickly. quickly. You said You said I I love love working working here. here. I love I love you guys. you guys. But But the governor the governor across across the line the line with with me me last last week, week, and and she she asked asked me me what what I was I was referring referring to, to, and I and said I said He said. He said. He was He was lonely. lonely. He said He said he wanted he wanted a girlfriend. a girlfriend. He He asked asked me me if if I had I had slept slept with older with older men. men. He He said said He He was was willing willing to sweet to sweet sleep sleep with with younger younger women. women. And And at at that that point point that that was enough was enough for for her. her. And And she was she just was just like, like, what what can we can do we do here? here? Two days Two days later, later, she she says says she she was was transferred transferred to a to new a new job. job. It It felt felt to me to me like like if if I got I got a new a new job, job, we didn't we didn't have have to to investigate investigate this this and and I really I really did did not not want want it to it be to be investigated. investigated. I was I was terrified. terrified. You were You happy were happy with the with deal. the deal. Yeah. Yeah. But But after after the meeting, the meeting, Bennett Bennett texted texted her mom her mom saying saying she she felt felt quote quote happy happy and and relieved relieved and and sad. sad. He He shouldn't shouldn't have have robbed robbed this this experience experience or or this this path path from from me. me. Then, Then, on on June, June, 30th 30th Bennett Bennett was was called called into into another another meeting meeting this this time time with the with governor's the governor's chief chief of staff of staff and and general general counsel. counsel. It was It a was long a long and thorough and thorough conversation. conversation. What What Was Was the the reaction reaction At At first first they apologized. they apologized. They said They said it was it was inappropriate inappropriate when when I asked I asked them them if if they they could could let let it go. it go. Saying, Saying, I I don't don't want want this this to be to investigated. be investigated. Please Please drop drop this, this, you know. you know. Because Because I was I was scared. scared. She She said. said. You You came came to us to us before before anything anything serious serious happened. happened. It was It was just just grooming grooming and and it was it was not not yet yet considered considered sexual sexual harassment. harassment. So So for for that that we do we do not not need need to investigate. to investigate. Debra Debra Katz Katz represents represents Bennett Bennett in New in York New York state's state's independent independent investigation investigation when when she she said, said, I am I am terrified. terrified. I don't I don't want want you to you investigate. to investigate. What What they should they should have said have said is is we we have a have legal a legal duty duty to to investigate. investigate. honor honor all all the the women women who who have have suffered suffered in in 2019, 2019, the governor the governor signed signed into into law law an an amendment amendment making making it easier it easier to prove to prove sexual sexual harassment harassment law. law. He He signed signed himself. himself. Makes Makes clear clear that that sexual sexual harassment harassment includes includes creating creating conditions conditions that that make make someone someone feel feel uncomfortable uncomfortable because because you're you're sexually sexually propositioning propositioning them. them. Governor Governor Cuomo Cuomo was was a a champion. champion. Of Of A A law law that that made made it it easier easier for for women women to to claim claim sexual sexual harassment. harassment. That's That's correct. correct. He He also also mandated mandated employees employees in the in state the state takes takes sexual sexual harassment harassment training. training. On On Wednesday, Wednesday, the governor the governor was was asked asked if if he took he took the training. the training. Short Short answer answer is is yes. yes. In In 2019. 2019. He He did did not not take take the sexual the sexual harassment harassment training. training. How do How you do know you know that? that? I I was was there. there. I heard I heard Stephanie. Stephanie. Say Say I can't I can't believe believe I'm doing I'm doing this this for for you. you. I'm making I'm making a joke a joke about about the fact the fact that she that was she was completing completing the training the training for him. for him. And And then I then heard I heard her her at at the end the end asked asked him him to to sign sign the certificate. the certificate. In In a statement, a statement, Stephanie Stephanie Betton, Betton, Cuomo's Cuomo's office office director, director, categorically categorically denies denies the exchange the exchange and and says says This This is is not not true. true. What What do you think do you think should should happen happen to Andrew to Andrew Cuomo? Cuomo? I think I think you should you should start start telling telling the truth. the truth. I'm really I'm really confident confident in this in this investigation. investigation. But But if if this this investigation investigation finds finds that that he he has has conducted conducted himself himself this this way, way, which which he absolutely he absolutely has has because because I have I have contemporaneous contemporaneous evidence. evidence. He should He should step step down. down. And in a new statement, Governor Cuomo special counsel tells CBS News. We continue to believe the matter was handled appropriately and look forward to cooperating fully with the attorney general's review,
Former Cuomo aide on governor's alleged sexual harassment
"Exclusive interview with Governor Andrew Cuomo's former assistant, Charlotte Bennett says New York's governor sexually harassed her that he was trying to sleep with her. And tonight, Bennett tell CBS News who she reported her claims to and what happened next? I was nervous. I was emotional days after Bennett says Governor Cuomo harassed her. She reported it to his chief of staff, saying she no longer wanted to work directly for him. What happened during that meeting, I sat down And pretty quickly. You said I love working here. I love you guys. But the governor across the line with me last week, and she asked me what I was referring to, and I said He said. He was lonely. He said he wanted a girlfriend. He asked me if I had slept with older men. He said He was willing to sweet sleep with younger women. And at that point that was enough for her. And she was just like, what can we do here? Two days later, she says she was transferred to a new job. It felt to me like if I got a new job, we didn't have to investigate this and I really did not want it to be investigated. I was terrified. You were happy with the deal. Yeah. But after the meeting, Bennett texted her mom saying she felt quote happy and relieved and sad. He shouldn't have robbed this experience or this path from me. Then, on June, 30th Bennett was called into another meeting this time with the governor's chief of staff and general counsel. It was a long and thorough conversation. What Was the reaction At first they apologized. They said it was inappropriate when I asked them if they could let it go. Saying, I don't want this to be investigated. Please drop this, you know. Because I was scared. She said. You came to us before anything serious happened. It was just grooming and it was not yet considered sexual harassment. So for that we do not need to investigate. Debra Katz represents Bennett in New York state's independent investigation when she said, I am terrified. I don't want you to investigate. What they should have said is we have a legal duty to investigate. honor all the women who have suffered in 2019, the governor signed into law an amendment making it easier to prove sexual harassment law. He signed himself. Makes clear that sexual harassment includes creating conditions that make someone feel uncomfortable because you're sexually propositioning them. Governor Cuomo was a champion. Of A law that made it easier for women to claim sexual harassment. That's correct. He also mandated employees in the state takes sexual harassment training. On Wednesday, the governor was asked if he took the training. Short answer is yes. In 2019. He did not take the sexual harassment training. How do you know that? I was there. I heard Stephanie. Say I can't believe I'm doing this for you. I'm making a joke about the fact that she was completing the training for him. And then I heard her at the end asked him to sign the certificate. In a statement, Stephanie Betton, Cuomo's office director, categorically denies the exchange and says This is not true. What do you think should happen to Andrew Cuomo? I think you should start telling the truth. I'm really confident in this investigation. But if this investigation finds that he has conducted himself this way, which he absolutely has because I have contemporaneous evidence. He should step down.
'He's trying to sleep with me': Charlotte Bennett details Cuomo sexual harassment allegations
"Accuse Governor Cuomo of sexual harassment. Former age Charlotte Bennett detailed her allegations. In a television interview last night, Bennett said on CBS Evening News that there were multiple conversations where the governor fixated on her history as a sexual abuse victim. And asked if she was sensitive to intimacy. She recalled that during one meeting last June, Cuomo told her he was lonely and looking for a girlfriend. I thought he's trying to sleep with me. Governor's trying to sleep with me. And I am deeply uncomfortable. And I have to get out of this room as soon as possible. The governor of publicly apologized earlier this week for his actions. The state attorney general's office is investigating the workplace sexual harassment allegations. The
Cuomo accusers recall alleged harassment
"Radio. No. Two other women accusing New York Governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual harassment are now talking publicly about their experiences. Former aide Charlotte Bennett told CBS News anchor Norah O'Donnell that the governor asked her Extremely personal questions about her love life text messages sent by Ben it to a friend and reviewed by CBS News, memorialize her encounter with Cuomo immediately afterwards. Then it tells her friend, the governor quote, talked about age differences in relationships. The friend who verified the messages asks. Wait. What did he do something then it responds. No, but it was like the most explicit It could be. How did you respond to those questions? Responded, honestly. And When I was even thinking of coming forward. I think that was where I help the most shame. And that, like I really was uncomfortable. Former aide Lindsay Boylan's also talking about are her experiences. She told Harper's bizarre that Del working for Cuomo was quote a toxic work environment. Governor. Cuomo apologized, he said, for making anyone feel uncomfortable. He says he never meant to offend anyone or
Ex-Cuomo aide details governor's alleged sexual harassment
"Beyond just today. CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell has a sit down with one of the three women who has accused New York Governor Andrew Cuomo with sexual harassment. In her first TV interview, Charlotte Bennett says the governor asked her extremely personal questions about her love, life and age differences in relationship. Did you watch Governor Cuomo's apology? I did. It's not an apology. It's not an issue of my feelings. It's an issue of his actions. Governor. Cuomo has apologized but
New York Gov. Cuomo facing calls to resign after another former aide accuses him of sexual harassment
"A growing sexual harassment scandal. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he is not going to resign here's ABC Stephanie Ramos in his first public appearance in a week, New York governor Andrew Cuomo addressing the sexual harassment allegations, threatening his political career. I now understand. That I acted in a way that made people feel uncomfortable. It was unintentional. And I truly and deeply apologize for it. I feel Awful. About it. And frankly, I am embarrassed. Buy it. Cuomo apologizing publicly after three women came forward, accusing him of unwanted advances to former aides accused Cuomo of sexual harassment. 25 year old Charlotte Bennett claims the 63 year Olds governor made it clear to her that he wanted to sleep with her. I'm embarrassed. And hurt my apologize that Somebody who interacted with me felt that way. I never knew. At the time that I was making anyone feel uncomfortable. The attorney for Charlotte Bennett, Debra Katz, refuting that claim, saying in a statement. My client reported his sexually harassing behavior immediately to his chief of staff and chief counsel. We are confident that they made him aware of her complaint. The governor also declaring this and I want you to know this from me directly. I never touched anyone inappropriately, but two other accusers say things did get physical. Former aide Lindsay Boylan says the governor gave her an unwanted kiss and in Iraq who met Cuomo at a wedding reception in 2019 said the governor took her face in his hands and asked to kiss her. Claims the governor has denied to establish sexual harassment. You don't need physical conduct almonds convey enough to following the allegations, state lawmakers called on the governor to resign. National Democratic leaders stopped short of that, while the three term governor says he's not quitting. The New York attorney general is conducting an investigation into those allegations, and the governor says he will cooperate fully with that investigation, but asks that New Yorkers wait for the full report before framing an opinion
Ex-Cuomo aide details governor's alleged sexual harassment
"The shocking new claims tonight against the governor of New York from his former executive assistant as she sits down for her first television interview, accusing Andrew Cuomo, a sexual harassment In a powerful interview tonight, Charlotte Bennett tell CBS News Governor Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed her, calling him a textbook abuser. Governor, Cuomo said that he has never Proposition Anybody. Do you believe that he was propositioning you? Yes for what sex her serious allegations and why she doesn't accept the governor's
Cuomo addresses harassment claims, vows to stay in office
"After avoiding public appearances for several days the governor of New York is addressing sexual harassment claims New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he's embarrassed by allegations of sexual harassment but he's staying in office I didn't mean it that way but if that's how they felt that's all that matters and I apologize new York's Attorney General that he should James has started to investigate claims that the governor sexually harassed at least two women in his administration I never touched anyone inappropriately one former H. Charlotte Bennett says Cuomo quizzed her about her sex life and asked whether she'd be open to a relationship with an older man another former aide Lindsey Boylen said Cuomo kissed her without consent at the end of a meeting and once suggested they play strip poker aboard his state owned jet Cuomo apologized saying he learned an important lesson about his own behavior he says he intends to cooperate with the investigation I'm Jennifer king
Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill
"The united kingdom. The uk is begging harry and beckoned to postpone the oprah interview as his ninety nine year. Old grandpa is still in hospital. So let me explain prince philip. That's the queen's husband. He's ninety nine years old. He's been in hospital now for a few days. He's being transported to a different hospital in london. That's not a good sign. All of this comes. Of course leading up to harry a meghan. Big towel with oprah. That's going to add on sunday night. God forbid anything happens to philip. We should be realistic here. Without being doom and gloom. He's nineteen nine years old. he's in hospital. We know we know so. Should they postpone. What do you think mistake. They're in a tricky position. Well you know. I love television so first of all. This interview is happening with oprah and it set to air on cbs. This sunday march seven. Now originally it was ninety minutes long. But it's so juicy so good that the network extended it to two hours which means when they have commercials on it. Those thirty second. Ads can cost two hundred thousand charlotte. So there's money on the line here and it's like you said it's tricky prince. Philip makes it through sunday and they allow the show to air and they go back to london. Of course people are going to be incense that they gave this interview. We know we've been teased. That megan is asked if she has been silent about here experience with the royal family or has been silenced. This and there's no holds barred so people are actually asking fans on twitter and social media are seeing to please. Cbs postpone it. But like i said it's all about the money so it's a very very very tricky subject. It isn't it and also we've worked in tv misty. So we know the hosts the people the guests on the show them no power. It's the network that decides even harry and meghan decided that they'd made a mistake. Want to postpone it for a little bit. They've got no say in that. Cbs has scheduled this. That'd be a two hour hole in the schedule more importantly. Cbs would have to give all the advertising money back. Because they're charging a higher rate to advertise on the meghan. And harry and oprah show then they would on the regular show that as their on sunday night oprah has been teasing this gayle king. Her best friend has said. It's the best interview. Oprah has ever done oprah said to meghan. You've said some pretty shocking things here. I don't know with oprah's overplaying this normally. She doesn't or if this is going to be as explosive as we think it is just such a bad time for
Lawsuit accuses Amazon of racial discrimination
"Minorities and Amazon employee file suit alleging racial discrimination. Charlotte Newman claims There's a pattern of Amazon paying black employees less in their white counterparts. Human who is black, says she was hired at a lower pay grade, though tasked with the work of a higher level senior manager. Lawsuit claims that's routine she seeking damages in the millions. AMAZONS
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo accused by third woman of unwanted sexual advances
"The governor of New York of unwanted advances. The state attorney general's office is investigating. And now some are calling for Andrew Cuomo to resign. ABC is Monaco, Sohrab. He has more. New York lawmaker Kathleen Rice is the first Democratic Congress to demand Cuomo step down. Tweeting quote. The time has come. The governor must resign. Hours earlier. New York Attorney General Leticia James announcer investigation into previous allegations of sexual harassment against the governor. 25 year old Charlotte Bennett says Cuomo made unwanted advances toward her last spring. The latest accuser says Cuomo asked to kiss her and touch her lower back moments after meeting her at a wedding in 2019. There are three covert
NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo accused by third woman of unwanted sexual advances
"She fended off unwanted advances by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, The New York State attorney general, is now launching an investigation. Cuomo had hoped to appoint an investigator with close ties to his top advisers. But he backed down amid an AL cry from Democrats Charlotte Bennett's saying, These are not the actions of someone who simply feels misunderstood. They are the actions of an individual who wields his power to avoid justice, ABC. Stephanie
New York Gov. Cuomo accuser lashes out at his supposed apology
"New york governor andrew cuomo under fire and under investigation tonight facing accusations of sexual harassment. Tonight his newest accusers saying cuomo refuses to quote take responsibility for his predatory behavior. The governor praised for his leadership would covert. Hit is also now facing growing questions about the data on nursing home. deaths now hiring. A lawyer to represent the governor's office. Here's abc's stephanie ramos. Tonight tonight. A former aide accusing new york governor andrew cuomo of sexual harassment says his explanation and attempt to apologize. Just doesn't cut it. Declaring cuomo has refused to acknowledge or take responsibility for his predatory behavior. Twenty five year old charlotte bennett telling her story to the new york times. Alleging that last spring cuomo made it clear to her. He wanted to sleep with her that. The governor asked direct questions about her sex life whether or not who was monogamous in relationships. Whether or not she had ever slept towards an older man in time cuomo's national profile was soaring his handling of the cova crisis. We will do it because we are new. York tough bennett. Says she told her parents and friends about cuomo's behavior at the time she also told the governor's chief of staff and it was quickly transferred to another department eventually leaving the administration. Altogether november. cuomo has denied. He made any advances initially saying he was just trying to be a mentor. Then releasing a statement. Saying i now understand that my interactions may have been insensitive or too personal. I acknowledge some of the things. I have said have been misinterpreted as an unwanted flirtation to the extent. Anyone felt that way. I am truly sorry about that. That's not an apology. He seemed to be saying is just kidding around sexual harassment. Now funny in recent years cuomo has positioned himself as a champion for women. There has been an ongoing persistent culture of abuse of women in terms of sexual harassment. But bennett is now the second woman to accuse him of sexual harassment. Another former staffer lindsay boylan said cuomo gave her an unwanted kiss in his manhattan office in two thousand eighteen and asked to play strip poker. He's denied that it's just not true. The new york state attorney general is now launching an investigation. Cuomo had hoped to appoint an investigator with close ties to his top advisors but he backed down amid an outcry from democrats charlotte bennett saying these are not the actions of someone who simply feels misunderstood. They are the actions of an individual who heals his power to avoid
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo under pressure in harassment probe
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Cuomo Is Accused of Sexual Harassment by a 2nd Former Aide
"A second former aide as accused governor andrew cuomo of sexual harassment. Now the first woman on wednesday lindsay boylan describes several years of uncomfortable interactions with governor cuomo including an invitation to play strip poker on a government. Airplane cuomo has denied those allegations in an initial response. Also talked about miss bennet now Miss bennet charlotte bennett. She's twenty five year old former aide to cuomo told the new york times that he asked inappropriate. Personal questions told her that he was open to relationships with women in their twenties and she said that he left her feeling like he wanted to sleep with her. He never made any physical advances. She said but she did describe a meeting in his office where he talked about being lonely during the pandemic. He said he can't even hug anyone and then when she said she couldn't how parents he was like. No i mean really hug somebody. And then she also said she was talking to him about her experience as sexual assault survivor. And he seemed fixated the revelation. She also told a friend via text pitches the way he was repeating. You were raped and abused and attacked assaulted and betrayed over and over again. While looking me directly in is with something out of a horror movie she said. I felt like was testing me now. He has denied that he believed he was acting as a mentor and never made advances toward mrs he said nor did i ever intend to act in any way that was inappropriate. He also went on to say that things may have been interpreted as unwanted flotation and he apologized for that and he also promised an investigation. I had said he would appoint a former federal judge to lead an inquiry but backtracked after he said after critics pointed out that he had close ties to one of his advisors and then he said he would ask petition. James who was the state attorney. General janet difiore the chief judge of the court of appeals to select an independent and qualified lawyer to review the
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
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"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"The hell did your brain. While we're both sitting here and three seconds have passed. Where did you go that you came back with that joke. It is so funny. And i would never have gone there and i didn't even i don't know that fact. He has so much information in his brain. Any has the ability to like access. It so fast. I'm like was very very smart to be around that kind of. Oh my god on energy. It gives me much energy. I have i have gotten. It has been so awesome to be in quarantine. I am quarantined with a person that i think is one of the funniest people on earth. I can't yeah it gets annoying when he does voices in every room and like we get in an argument and now he's randy savage and i'm like five seconds. Can we just chat. But the flip side of it is like when we don't have anything to do. We were like what movie would we never watch because we want to watch it but we wanna watch it so we can make fun of how bad it is okay. Well he's the what's the best one of those you did. Oh my god there have been so many. Usually we started with movies that people would have heard of and maybe have seen so started with a role in emerick films which are like i think the day after tomorrow is one of them and Boy this was so long ago we did. I don't think the newest or the matthew broderick godzilla. That's i don't know if that's what we watch that. Are you kidding me thing. Yes matthew matthew zillah you saw you know that it exists as a movie right. Oh my god and puff daddy did the song. It was back when he was puff. Daddy i think he might have just become p. Diddy year reborn ninety right so you might not eighty nine it was. I was so innate. He's has six ninety six. I could be completely off. But i'm so but then we graduated because we got sick of that we got to use to that. We were making the best jokes and we were like. I need something new. I need a bigger challenge so we found this genre action. A that is only on amazon. They're these free movies that you can stream on amazon that are disaster films with out a budget which is an impossible task like that time can make rom coms on no budget. And they're not great but they are compared to these watchable These are so bad. They are like a step above school projects in high school. They the the way that they try to make. It look like there is a to a tornado. The way it's supposed to look like something's on fire but then you see in the background. There's another car that's like not on fire in. It's clearly a sunny day in la. Got this so we watched. There's one is in the hopper right now that we haven't watched yet called soon ambi- and it's a soon nami of bees. I don't know how much more work out that right is there. We've watched a god. There's one called fire twister where there's some sort of fanc- gasoline that never stops burning being made at this factory and then somebody somehow lights on fire but also cyclones it. So then there's these never ending burning twisters a ravaging neighborhoods again in l. a. While the rest of the stuff around them. Stay perfectly fine because it's all terrible. Cgi acting is just flat just so flat and the use of guns is always. They are standing when they're fighting a fire twister. A what do shoot it. Were shooting it for job. Stop dropping shooting all bad and we have laughed so hard and fun of these things. And i look back at quarantine and i hope that's the thing i remember. Is i love that man. I got you just like risk with the funniest guy on the planet about disaster. That obviously could never happen in his the but somebody made that and i hope that somebody gets fifty cents for me watching it. I hope i learned their bank account even if their intention was to make the next great action movie. I i hope. American idol jewish right like some solace in the fact that link. You got something out of it yes. I hope that whoever made those we've asked for it like even if there's someone out there who like sees the stuff i ride or seizes things that make and they rip apart with their friends and make relentless at this charlotte's only speaking for herself. Please don't do that to would hurt my feelings. Don't tell me you do it. I hope that that. I hope that brings him joy for them. Is a bonding experience. Because that's the first time i've ever thought of it that way but i'm like you know what if that's what you need to have to feel connected to each other by all means the people who are like look at the best at this. I don't know. But i like doing it and then i'm going to do it Speaking of being funny boyfriends. I need to say one more thing. Which is that hi. I'm deedee and welcome to boyfriends with. No no no this is. This is sports related thing. Sports related He and his brother made ally man in commercial. Full was it the one was it. The one i just saw for franks red hot. It was very funny. And i just want everybody go look at it because i don't know why it hasn't been running on every playoff game but i tweeted it out because i was like. They're not running it and people need to see. This is really funny and i think it will make people laugh so speaking of giving people something go check out my twitter and dunk on this dumb commercial letter boyfriend. Do that really funny. You can make fun of me though. Dunk on me. All you want but Have you lasso. Started it. And i don't know why i didn't keep going. You sound like me with queen's gambit. I didn't love queens gambling. I can.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"I've i think i've gotten a lot better at understanding the game and using that as a thing to extrapolate from like i wrote a piece last week about Why andy reid deciding to go for it on fourth and one what that said about. What kind of leader he is and. I don't know that. I could have written that piece last week. I mean last year. Like i really. I think that my like. I've watched so many sports and i paid such close attention without being distracted by you. Know what is this fan doing or what is the. What is the marching band. Doing point mass taste thing. It's like exactly which is something that i've always loved doing but i have also wanted to be like. Hey i deserve to be here. Because i know what i'm talking about two and i feel like i've gotten a lot more confidence in terms of that so i feel like i've gotten much more interested in much more Sort of diving into the sort of Strategy part of sports. In a way that i was like. Oh it's very cool. That i actually find this interesting now and i feel like i have some idea of what i'm talking about but personally i've i feel it katie. I feel like every other day. There's a new hobby late in the be really. I got really into embroidery than i like acrylic pens. And then i you know because before i was in sports like i writings is a thing i wanted to do. I have like four half started novels and like two screenplays. And i finished one of the screenplays. Sorry and i took my good. How do you have not novels novels and screen plants. Because is unfinished or barely started. The it makes a difference. I'd say like on average. A third of it exists. Sam charen and i am but like i have i have. I had these two ideas for for screenplays. One of them I finally like finished writing it. And i was like. This is not good like this would have to be completely rewritten. But it is the first project i've completed. I'm like cool great. Maybe we'll revisit this. Maybe i won't but then there's another one that i've these are like years like this is this. Is you know five years in that. I've been sort of like tinkering with them. And there's one where. I've kind of map it out and i need to keep going but do you know why i finished that. One this is probably the most telling thing about me I i haven't said this in. It's like actually very embarrassing. Alum so ready. Taylor taylor swift released two albums warranty and i was like i got competitive with taylor swift. I was was released. Two albums i can finish and it wasn't in life is one screenplay wasn't in any sort of malicious way or any. Oh screw you too. I was like oh damn like. She's working ominous sit down. I'm gonna finish this thing. is regretful. Charlotte that is so funny. I'm not proud. I've had a lot of time to these. You know how you should absolutely be proud motivation. Especially in a time this at a time when everything is stopping finding the thing that makes you go is incredible and don't ever be ashamed of it. Thank you thank you. Larry is that it's taylor swift. That's pretty funny. Oh creating funny. But you know i was like you know i'm going to. I could either sit here and feel a little bad or i could channel it and try to use it as motivation. And whatever reason. I had a burst of creativity. I have not revisited. It since but it exists. I had a burst. I had a burst where i was a. I was like writing down anytime. I had a really deep thought on something and then sometimes i would just get like a page or two in a journal and then i started to get to. Sometimes i get like five pages in a journal. And then i started typing it into a google doc and then at one point i was typing and bawling eyes out while just like going and going and going and going and going and it's probably like ten pages of that and then plus the couple pages like probably twenty pages of right written that i've done and i just got it all out and was like i don't know what that was but it feels good right. That was awesome. I have no idea what it means. But i feel lighter. I feel happy. I feel ready to go. I haven't looked at it since but nobody really exists. I'd like to have to ride those. I mean i used to say. I my favorite thing about going to sports games is. I'm probably feel things too much. But i would get so excited like you walk into an arena or a field or whatever. I don't even remember what they're called. Walk into the log into the field. You ogden stadium there. it is and there's just dislike rush of energy. And i would get such a high from trying to capture what that is or from talking to people feeling like even like even seeing even seeing you like at for dinner at a super bowl was like. Oh yes you know you feel in it and you feel alive. And it's like the sort of i feel like it can spur these creative highs. Were then you know after the game. I'll be sitting in the press box on big. I can't wait to write this any sort of ride that high in adrenaline. And it's hard to recapture. It's hard to recreate that. If you're not in either high pressure situations either in a studio or in a at a game but if you have a moment where you're just like i am crushing this journal and i am gonna learn typing it and it's like you have to ride those highs because they are harder to come by when you're not in a situation that is there's something. There's like a to building a fire without any like kindle. Can you use now. Every word that i was going to use it kindling yet because every word now is a frigging app like tinder. Isn't that also. Didn't that used to be how you start fired. Katie can you can. You can put tinder and your kindle. I'm old. I'm thirty four now damn growing for well. I mean now means next week but by the time i was gonna say. When's your birthday january twentieth soon. Usually the beginning these super bowl silber braided your birthday. I miss the amnesty superbowl hotel lobby. I miss that lobby that you have to walk through and be like a little scared. You're going to see that one person you don't like but also a little excited that you're going to see the person you do that you haven't met yet and you're just like my god. They're right there. I'm going to go say hi or a little excited you and golic junior and remember and you're wearing glasses and you're the cigarette behind your ear and they're all like we're doing shots and i'm like i to go to cancer is that that is on the internet. That's from four years ago. Can you believe are you kidding.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Helping people relating to people bringing people along and to me. That's the whole point of this. Because that's what the hope when sports are to connect with people feel something at a very basic level at least being a fan and so we pick whatever we think that topic is and then all right a bunch of notes and sort of lay it out and then my producer will go in and she'll be like is this an also. My team is all women which i think is not so cool mazing Yeah i have are not that. There's anything wrong with men. Not that there's anything wrong with being a man not all men and these stop young but the Sort of She kristin scott. She's amazing And then she sort of is the big picture and then catherine donnelly who i work with most closely on the day to day stuff in producing it she will she also double checks all my stats. Which is great because being a woman on the internet. Talking about sports getting stats. Wrong is the most is the worst. Because it means if people just assume you don't know you're talking about anthill and also assume that assume that no woman ever could ever know what she's talking about because you forgot a stat or said the wrong number. What might work around his. Don't say stats zero stats. And then i was like god. I really need to back up these arguments. Oh man yeah. I get it and if i can if i can prompt if i can write my owners gripped i just don't have the memory for numbers and i felt for so long. That meant people were right when they said i didn't know sports and then one day i woke.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"You don't have to keep going story. I'm trying to think what i don't know year. Maybe al i don't know But he's a producer so he he gets it but he like. I have to do my show from there. And he's a knicks fan so he is great poster of patrick ewing. One of the What is it casto's brothers. He told me and i. I think that's what it is. But it's like it's like a thing like this poster these posters. These guys made were in. Maybe the nineties guess. And i put i was like can i have can i patrick in in the background because it's an amazing poster but also i liked the idea of sort of confusing people a little bit as to. Why like this boston. Sports fan has patrick ewing in the background. And so he was like yeah. Sure and you pull it down. We put it behind my little chair. Br i bring my little charlotte jersey down and People on the internet just are obsessed with it. And it's one of those things where i'm like. I don't know if you guys know that. I'm just like in the corner of the bedroom. And like you know trying to be far away from the living room so that if he is a call it does but like this sort of thing that we never had to think about but that makes it i sort of. I feel like if you if this is how it's going to be like. Let's put little easter eggs. Let's as patrick ewing in the background. Yeah but i don't know. I mean i think part of what has been so clear about this. Whole thing is How much. I really do like being in the world really so weird day. I think i'm realizing. I love people and i'm like what a hell of a time to realize that garbage. I know but. I mean like the last time i saw you. I think was at the super bowl in miami. I'm a god. Yes that wasn't that was. That was a year ago. That was the last thing we did. And i was like. Oh my god you know going to the super bowl. This year wouldn't make sense But like i just. I am so psyched for when we can go to things you get like. I wanna talk to a fan about like his dumb jacket. Or i wanna i wanna ask a fan why i want to go to a game and ask a fan. He's wearing a blake bortles jersey. So bad unlike. Mrs you know i want something so silly And i just got you know. I believe we'll get there but oh my god katie. I mean i will. I choose to believe as well. It just is a hard It's hard to see a path there. I think at this point. I'm like well how many things have to get done before we can get there. Then you know what thinking about adams knocking to get them done. So if there are things i can do. I'm going to do them but most of them aren't so what i have to do is figure out you know not to take this time for granted. I started putting myself in whatever that future is where emerald is because it's going to exist and looking back at this time going. Did i use that well. And now i'm trying to be like okay. Well time travel. So i'll come back here now and make sure i use it. Well which you know. I'm not perfect at it. There are a lot of days. Remind you didn't use his day well at all or like. Hey those three things you said you were going to do. Didn't do any of them. But i do think that part of that means being gentle as yourself. You forgive yourself. I've i've forgiven myself. Things more in this quarantine than i ever have in my life and mostly it's because i'm not doing many professional things. It's harder for me to forgive myself for professional mistake because it affects so many other people personal mistakes. I'm like yeah. I'm really sorry. That's my bad. And then i'm like but i'm i know i'm sorry i know my fall and also i know that i feel bad about it. Totally going to forgive myself and then figure out why it happened and don't do it again right now and those are hopefully the things you can carry forward into the into the professional also once you know like once. We are able to even make mistakes. I make plenty of mistakes like their days. When i look at the the recap videos i do and i'm like why did you read it that way. Like why did you say that way And it's always. It's funny because the team always does a really good job like they edit it. They produce it. Well it looks awesome and then they send it to me. And i'm like why is my chin pointing up with the ceiling the entire time. I'm telling why did i do it that way. But it's all of those things where i'm like okay. Four times after. I do that same mistake. Maybe the fifth time i won't do it. Yeah do you Do you have anxiety especially because you haven't Until now met the people that you're working with the do you get panicky sending something you've made off to be edited by someone else. So don't mean that to be anything except the question i'm asking. I'm not trying to insinuate anything. I'm trying to figure out why. I do i so i used to. I used to get really. We've tried doing it. A bunch of different ways. Because and you know not because i don't i really do is the strangest thing is like i feel like i do know them and i can't believe i haven't been in the same room with them and i am. It's sort of astonishing to me that i feel so. I'm so grateful that we've been able to Get to know each other through just like talking through screen but there were two. We've tried it a bunch of different ways. At first i was like. I don't know if it would make me self conscious to have someone on zoom with me while i'm recording this And so i would have had that. That too will sit in on these interviews. And i'm like you know what please out i can do it without you. 'cause i want somebody else to be like going to open up to katie. But i don't know this person which isn't anybody's fault. It's just a dynamic. Yeah and i think especially for the you know for like the recap video that i do where i'm talking to no one essentially. I'm talking to everybody. But like no one particular or i might have an idea of who ideal viewer of this. Video is but On the screen is just my face and so at first i was like you know and the great thing is that i will work. You know my producers are they work on the scripts of me. So i don't feel like i'm going blind ever but i was like okay. Maybe let me try recording this by myself. And then i'll send it to you and i would do that and then i was like i can't do this. I don't i need someone needs to tell me in the moment. If i just sounded like an idiot or someone needs to tell me if that could have been read in a funny way and so now you ripping them. Yeah and then you writing them and then like memorizing it and then delivering it. So we've tried it k. It's so funny. The process of these things. We have tried it so many different ways. At first we were doing where i would write it in either. Memorize it or sort of go loosely off yet Try let me guess. Then you try to piecemeal so you'll memorize like three lines at a time and deliver those and the nabet called on me. Do another take of that. And then you've tried a like apps that work as teleprompters. Have you done that one. No do you know what we ended up on what it's so funny. We we figured out the the easiest way for me. Is i think if someone saw these. Docs they'd be like your psychopath. I will look looking at other people's google docs. I'll send scripts make me so excited. I've had somebody who hosts a podcast. Send me the way. They write scripts. Just i can look at it. I will send these to you because the way we do. So the way we do the The the the recap ones say like you know. I do it based off of nfl game so whatever we think the biggest story is or whatever i have the most thoughts on or whatever feels to me like the most not cliquey but i think one thing that i actually am very proud of myself for is not doing what i want to do but doing what i think people would want to see that because i think to myself am i being self-indulgent like isn't is am i choosing this topic just because i think i have some clever jokes but nobody cares about right and if they don't then like let's scrap it and do some because i like to think of what i'm doing as trying to give people something you know when you're on your progress with mike you talked about.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"Looking at yourself. Do oh yeah. That was actually a great point texted and you were like. Hey just curious if this is zoom because it's okay if it is but it was video i just need to know and i was like. I can't relate to this more because the other day there was something in my calendar was a meeting with a person. I don't know and it was a calendar by manager in it said Call with the person's name. And then i was like. Hey i don't have the call and info do you have that and she sent me a fast. She sent a zoom link. And i was like this. This is as it's a video call. I am in my pajamas. i don't have raw on. I'm not wearing any makeup already. Two minutes late. So i had to like on a bunch of like tinted moisturizer. Just like like us. Wipe some whatever it's called on my eyelids glossy. And then i was like high is so he told you go. It's zoom. why am i telling the story. Oh because we were i. i was like. Don't worry about wearing makeup. you don't have to wear makeup. come as you are. I don't need you to do that and we were talking to. I did which which i did actually. No i did put concealed on because and this is why i said this because it is strange to look at yourself so much. I don't think humans have had to see their own. I mean i know it's a video but quote unquote reflection for this much of their day is we've been looking at ourselves off one thing. I do think think has been helpful. And i said this to my boss. The other day. I was like you know i feel like part of I would give my left foot to go to alive. Sporting event right now. Part of what has been if you have to find a good thing about about zoom or about doing interviews over computer or you know really having to just like look at yourself and and and talk to people in his natural ways possible sort of like swinging with a weighted bat like. I really feel like it. Is you give so much more energy through a screen and what it what. I've learned from watching myself. Talk is things. That i don't like that i do with my face when i talk or even if i'm listening to someone it's like what if you are not to say i'm telling myself to smile more but like what if you look a little more engaged. Does that make the other person tell you more thing like all these little Sort of tricks of the trade. That i feel like i'm i am learning about blind spots like i never knew what i looked like when i was talking to people and now i'm like oh faces doing that the whole time. Oh my god he good thing though is it's like the sun goes down at four now so you can by the end of this interview. You ain't gonna be able to see me at all very very dark in here. And i'm really just do little ring light. That makes me look just even more washed out than the winter already. Has i do most of my tv podcasts. Stuff in the spare bedroom. That i have that in basically just a close all over the floor because before when i lived here alone a spare bedroom just meant closet and so i just would do anything. I didn't feel like dealing with would go in that room and my boyfriend moved in for the pandemic and we both home media and so he would have to his radio show and i would have to do whatever it is. I was doing that day and so we kind of made that room that room like where would do stuff. But then like when i'm here alone going off into that room. There's no windows. There's no it's a mess. It's not like a pleasant place to have a conversation. I don't think i'd be able to have as good of a conversation with you as i can out here and it's so dark so early. You guys have a schedule that you tried. He is seems hard. It's really hard and it's also hard because you're already scheduling with however many other people on the the thing right booking so like that's a mess Right now his radio show which was daily On serious monday through thursday was law. They got to a point they could do it live so it'd be six to eight. He would be in the room. And then they i think comedy central radio stopped being thing and now they're trying to renegotiate to get their radio show back but i was like thank god just for a couple of weeks the schedule can go back to normal and i could just have the room when i want to have the room. I had to cancel. Something wants because the we opt my internet bandwidth or whatever to as high as it could go if he's live on the radio. I cannot zoom into somebody else's it just takes up too much space in it screws. I kicked him off of the radio by trying to do it and then i was like okay. I'm not gonna do that again. Sowing the things are the little thing that you're out. I know i know it's i. Can't you know. I haven't really. I haven't told the story behind this but The so my boyfriend has played lives in brooklyn. And when i'm there. I need to do my shows from his apartment when you.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
"To charlotte wilder about stuff alone sweet peas. Welcome be mad about sweet. Tea's because i was charlotte tech. I'd i asked her for a word and she was like. Let's go with sweet peas and i'm like okay. So the first overall draft pick everybody remembers. Gotta give me. Give me a deep hick but the mitch trubisky of. That's what we did there. That's right so you're sweet peas. Welcome do sports podcasts. That has a question mark at the end of its. You assume it somehow question but it's probably a much bigger questions sports itself. A question is life. I don't know that was just off my head. I'm katie nolan. i'm your host. And i'm joined today because thursday by a guest and that gets to charlotte wilder charlotte. Hi hi katie. It's so nice to see your face through a computer good to see yours to. I'm you're the first person i've done this with because you're the third episode now. You're the first one that had enough time that we've been talking for like twenty minutes before i hit record and now i'm like oh god i'm not going to remember what we talked about already and i wanna make sure we get there because talking to you. This has always been my review of you talking to. You has always been easy. You're just a very easy person to chat with. And i'm genuinely interested in the things you say like we met. I guess a little background for people that don't know where listening to this podcast charlotte and i met originally when you're working for boston. Dot com right And you wanna say message to me on twitter about about an interview. And i came in. I met you in allston and we talked and drank beers. Honestly katie that is. That is one of to this day one of the most generous things someone did for me. It was because it was thanksgiving break so first of all. I mean you know boston. Dot com islas. That was a point in my career. Where i was looking at what you were doing and i was like a this school because it shows that this is possible. And that maybe there's a way to be someone who looks like me and has the same sort of of humor but also like talking about what you care about and it just. It was something different and it showed me like. Oh my god. This is possible. But also i was like i have no idea how to get there so you know it was one of the things we were like. Oh that is super cool. And i'm so glad that existed. I want to do. It also has no idea how it's supposed to do that. And so it was thanksgiving break and you came back to boston. And we're like sure. I'll meet you like sure and we didn't interview and we sat. I think we sat there for like two hours long time. And i think the the the waiter hit on you and i was like this. I was like you're the worst man he was like. Hey what's up when you're like nope i don't remember that at all so funny. I remember like being there long enough to have had a relationship with the waiter. Were the right amount of back and forth. That was basically him saying tonight weird. Can i have my table back or your phone number and us being like. Can't you leave us alone. We're old friends. Who are just meeting for the first starting to get a lot to catch up on and also here for the first time ever right right as i was emailing us zoom to come here for this i type charlotte into my email and you're too old. Emails came up. I'm like. I have emailed this woman at like four different jobs in. It's it's interesting because your career. I think a lot of people get annoyed telling the story of their career. But what's interesting to me about yours is you've made these shortstops. You've gone like here to here to here to here to here. And it feels like and i would love you to correct me if i'm wrong but also just provide insight for this. If i am right it feels like you started with the obvious that you want to write. And then you're slowly zooming in to figure out what that means for you and how that evolves because you don't like every now and then you'll take a little bit of a side like a tiny sidestep but you mostly are zooming zooming in. It feels like on figuring out who you are and what's up. That is one of the most perceptive things. I think anyone's said about my career because i don't know that i've ever put it exactly right that way. But that's exactly what it is. Because you know i knew growing up that i wanted to be in I wanted to be in journalism. I wanted to be a writer. My mom was a writer. And every step since then has been figuring like if you asked me In college if i thought that at thirty one i would be at fox sports doing a mix of videos and writing and podcast in whatever i'd be like whoa like what how like a i'd be like. That's super cool. But i are you serious. Like i would have been surprised. And i didn't see sports being the thing. And and i don't know that i believed i could even get to where i am. You know like. I think that that felt i was like man. You're gonna be so lucky if you have a cool career and marketing but you can write on the side. That i was like that is and i and i still believe i could do it and i still tried but it also you know i. I went into this with no reservations. About how hard this gonna be. You know and So yeah. I think that i think that all of this sort of the small stops i've made it's been the thing. My therapist is something that i really like. He says don't let perfect. Be the enemy of good and i've only heard it for the first time recently and i said to me and i was like damn as my life story. He you know it's it's true and it can be really and if you have high standards for yourself and your ambitious and you know you can. The the paralysis of decision is so real and for whatever reason i think i was so desperate to get to where i wanted to go and i had no idea how that any step felt like. Oh my god. I'm so lucky to be here. So i i started taking them and i was like okay. You know like this. This might not be what. I thought i would be doing like i when i took the job at usa today at for the win. I didn't want to move to dc but it was like this is the job. I'm going to work in sports. We're gonna see how it goes. Maybe it'll be the right place for me. Ended up that it was. Dc wasn't so i moved went to another. You know it's just like you nothing. I think that a lot of people fall into this way of thinking that i've had to really train myself not to. Which is you think you think a step can't be undone you think once you do something like once you move into an apartment. You can't leave two months later and it's like actually their ways you can once you once you take job it doesn't have to be like the be all end all and i think that being more open to trying something even if you don't think it's what you wanted you'll either realize that that's true or that you know maybe i should. Maybe you should see where it goes. Have you always been that way. You haven't you had to consciously get yourself to think that way right. You're just like oh. I can just block to this. Go to here go to there. Yeah i think that i you know. I think i kind of in highschool high school. I went to an all girls prep school and figured out pretty soon. That was not the move and honestly it wasn't the girls thing. I actually kinda liked that. I was like okay cool and i showed it to college being like wait. Boys can be smart to. This is amazing but yeah well right but i was like i thought girls only did school. This kid actually raised his hand in wasn't an idiot. That's amazing but You know the school itself was very uptight and so an eye. I went from being a kid who has never in trouble and was you know the smart one of my classes to high school. I was constantly in trouble. I got detentions got suspended like just like why you got suspended for what charlotte wilder it. Would i mean you know. It was a kind of thing where i had. It was like the whole. The whole half of my class ended up getting suspended. You know we were caught drinking after prom or something and they were like it was like it. Was that kind of place where it was just like. This is an but individually. I'd been in trouble.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan
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"w. charlotte" Discussed on RunPod
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"w. charlotte" Discussed on RunPod
"I don't know how she did that. That would be quite intense to just do. Is Intense usually. I usually don't run longer than an hour and the treadmill. On its in the conservative trace are I can at least look at the garden. I guess. Yeah. I do five running outside, but in the winter when it gets talk at four o'clock I run on the treadmill for my often Iran. Because audit rated enjoy running in the dark outside. MINUTESOF see no safe. Yeah I prefer to the treadmill. Does your is your boyfriend to runners well. Yeah, he is Yep okay. I was going to say because otherwise. I guess it's quite difficult to. Quite difficult always to understand that you other half us to quite for vast amounts of tight on narrow, and all the time you have to be understanding of that, and if they are a runner as well then, they will probably get a little bit more than someone who isn't really that interested in it. Yeah one hundred percent all say the time that we spend away on training camps as well so even now even though he has Iran, we do different events, son, we have different coaches. I spent three months in Australia this year, and he came out to Australia for one month, but we still had two months apart, so it definitely helps to have so on. On the stones will have to sacrifice ready. The time spent away on the training camps and yell at Waking Up a local seven o'clock on a Sunday morning to promoting runs most people's idea of how. Lion Day I really like having a lie, and then sometimes I'll. Because everyone does the Sunday Sunday thing do my..
"w. charlotte" Discussed on RunPod
"I think 'cause like sixteenth so in the middle of the field. Arana's my coach, my coach. Was the rice which into school rice. And he came over and said. Have you ever thought about joining a club Just doing this on any gave me like his little card and said we train on Tuesday Thursday this location. If you WANNA, come dance training. I think you could be a good Rana. Onsite outs basically where I started just going that for the social side of things enjoying running with my friends, then I did the races because it was again social like we got to go on a trip. Basic May fun going on the coach guys across country rice. And Yeah. I just started from that I love. That's how you start. Have you brothers or Sisters Atto? Yeah I've got one brother I. Did try and drag him along. But he he wasn't. Wasn't Cain. Lhasa I mean the fat that you would never even contemplating going and giving it a go, and then you do, and then the next minute you know, hang on your good this running Malarkey, and did you just end up loving and just went back for more and more. Yeah I think it was like I, said the social side of things I really I developed like a lot of good friends at the running club, and then the races on I obviously was quite competitive, because every time I rice. If I I saw myself improving the mold I trained. The more that I trained, the better I didn't races and I cut Hook so I was kind of thinking I'll try more, and then I'll do better in the rice. And then every weekend. Those of racism so I just kept going along, and it did take a few years for me to win my first rights I didn't ton off to the races. Install winning straight away, but I think I just enjoyed the whole process. Ready that yeah. It was kind of fun. I enjoyed racing training. Just goes through your your times. We've touched on your ten. Ten K. Time with thirty two three. That's what you said. which is amazing and just because you know, park has so many more people doing five k now as well and yet. What's Your Five K P? Fifteen twenty three Oh Michael. M. And you're half marathon. I knew this is super fast. I'm just GONNA. Ask to tell me. It's one..
"w. charlotte" Discussed on RunPod
"Yes. I get up. On, then, have breakfast have Kofi Annan diesel like stretching and stuff, and then I usually do my first training session about nine zero ten on a Monday Wednesday and. Friday. Asana thanks, sorry Monday Wednesday Friday ide- an easy day, so it's usually like a sixty minute run just into poc any pace, basically depending on how I feel so some days if I'm tied on slow whereas all the days, if I feel good I run a bit quicker, but I disliked finished. My Body needs days than discount. Go with the flow. easy on Tuesday, and the day in Sunday I'll have like a hard work out where it's set to a pace, my coach will set me a session which is specific to whatever rights training full. Celo bit harder requires unable. Today should I have to? Get! Ready for a bit a bit better. And then in the day off to the training, comeback can recover. have launch sometimes I've on sometimes. A gym session in the often as well and then yeah, about six PM I got from my easy. Ron Witches like I said before like shakeout run. Siren anywhere from eight to ten K.. Again will ever pace. I feel like really so some days. A bit quicker than this. It isn't recovery. Ron, so I just tried to keep it nice and easy on. Yeah, that's pretty much my day on a Sunday. I do just one training session on. It's usually longer in the morning, so it'll be a long run. A Martha training up to about two and a half hours, but what I'm not marathon training run about ninety minutes to two hours. I love it. This is why you are so mega fit 'cause you s working I the whole time. Goodness. That's I mean. It's a dream for so many people to be able to give that time to training I mean. How lucky you are to be able to do something you love and to be able to do it fulltime, but my goodness I bet it's exhausting sometimes. Yeah. I feel incredibly lucky to be out to do every day, so I definitely don't take it for granted when I. D get injuries, and I have to have time off running. Do than reevaluate and realize how much I appreciate while I do. So Yeah I do I. Do love it. Yeah. Science Great and then you deal off. What do you do? Sleep You must be La-. Usually I'd be running. Yeah I've actually I find myself pretty lazy. Inbetween Training Sir. I could walk to the supermarket from usually drive of I know. Even like walking to the cafes driving people, you'll see fit. You should too will come out. Yeah, but I've already done ten miles this morning. I JUST WANNA. Yes, I'm pretty I'm pretty lazy in between training on arrest. As that it really to do much, my mom might be. Saying to me, Oh Jonah guy for a walk and I'm like. Do you ever as well you know so for instance say I'm getting training for a marathon or half marathon and anyone listening who who might be trading as well and for this big long run the the end of your run. He sees up your own so stiff and then the next day. You're all a bit steps. You give yourself a bit of a complimentary day off. Do you ever feel stiff and sees up after training or you just so used to it that you wouldn't expedient site anymore. Yeah. No one hundred percent I fail not all the time..
"w. charlotte" Discussed on RunPod
"Hi there and welcome to another episode of the run club of the PODCASTS world. Yes, this is run port where every week I chat with someone about the feel-good of running I'm Jennifer and look I a really keen runner, but I knew I will never win a race. I knew that unless it's appearance sports day because I'll give that my absolute best shaw otherwise running something I do because I. Love It. I love. The right makes me feel I. Love the challenge of being faster and getting better I don't always get faster better but I still enjoy every single second. Meanwhile today's guest. Is someone who does cross finish lane's first, and who does amazing records on who does get faster and better if that's even possible at she is the third fastest female British marathoner ever and. She's here nine Hulo Charlotte Perdue. Hello. How are you yeah I'm great. Thank you doing well, is it? No, can I just see before? Good? Move On. I have gotten that right third-fastest British female marathoner. So I'm third-fastest over the Hoffmeyer then unfold false this over the marathon. Oh, that's pretty good. Of God, that's amazing is that. You you are someone that has crossed finished lines I I mean. How is what does that feel like when you cross the finish line and you're the first one going across it. Yet it always nerve racking in right till the finish line I never liked to give up his US night. Anything can happen race I. I was just never looked behind man. Basically just keep driving that line anyone. I finished across the finish line to actually believe that I finished I. If I have finished Voss so yeah I guess it's just about get there as quickly as possible. Isn't it funny how Sumani Athletes You speak to? Game Phase, and they're right in, and they say they never actually really knew if they've won until they've crossed the line and everyone's applauding for them. Because you're suing the zoo and aren't, you can't stop. You can't let your let your kind of off the gas I guess because someone else could get in there. Yeah that's exactly right. I had I've had experiences. Yeah, kind of let off a bit before the line of being close to getting beaten obscene in other races before. So yeah. My coach is tells me. You never never stopped going sauce and you can't cross the line. I mean that's such a good thing to think about. In fact, there are lots of people by the way who are just going to be saying on their run, NY and. When I was listening to you, child another podcast Oh McGinnis and I had been running I. Think I was running. I was thirty minutes into my into my run. And then you start talking about your tank airtime being was it thirty two minutes or something is up. Three yeah, and I'm just like. Oh my God! I! Haven't I definitely am newer near ten K. and? Finished, you'd be getting ready to put your feet up and I'm still floating along at solicit. If you're running today, there's a good chance you.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on The Storyteller
"Sin like lying or stealing because you're still Doing things that doesn't please God. And God's God says we should be holy that when we receive. Jesus as I save you. We should to inform these sins that we shouldn't steal anymore we shouldn't lie or or even think bad about another person because that's not late in God's eyes that's why we have to as a Christian. We have to ask for forgiveness every day. Because we're not we're not like Jesus because we're still on this earth though. I am not perfect the things that I do. I know probably that displeases the lawyer. But that's why we have to ask for forgiveness every so that our lives will be pure. God's is by asking for forgiveness in now Romans five eight says but God commended the shoulders love towards us and that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us. I thank the Lord you know that I know that Jesus died on the Cross for my sins that he's coming back again that I am ready to meet him and I just thank the Lord that he has forgiven me for everything for everything that I've ever done and then I John One nine it says if we confess I since he is faithful and just to forgive associations into cleanses from all leitch business. And you know I just thank the Lord that he has cleansed me that he's washing with his blood and that that I understand now are that I grew to understand his love. Love for me and I know that he loves each and every one of us that he died for he died on the Cross and he took the shame. Shame that we had and that he had to die so that we could be forgiven. And I think for doing that for me and I think especially to that I had a chance to meet. Fled that you know. He says everything and I live. He knows about it. And I don't know if I would've knew the Lord of I hadn't met fled because I didn't know then that we had to accept them into our lives until I met him Andy with this to me and I think that we can serve him together for the night that he put me in the ministry and that I can be a witness for him and my players that deadly would come to know him as the Loyd save you. Have you ever wondered if you were good enough to get to heaven? Will God's word tells us for all have sinned and come short of the glory of God? He also tells us that the wages of sin is death eternal and painful separation from God in a place he calls hill is the just payment. We receive for our wrongdoing. That's not good news but thankfully our salvation doesn't depend on us. That's why God sent Jesus. In fact Jesus Christ is the only way we can be made right with God by faith in him his death on the Cross for us and his resurrection from the dead. We can know God will accept us because of Jesus goodness not ours. Not sure where you stand with. God maybe we can help write to us at the storyteller. Po Box one thousand one the MSCI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. That's the storyteller. Po Box one thousand and one BEMIDJI MINNESOTA five six six one nine. Our phone number is eight. Seven seven seven six six four six four eight. That's eight seven seven seven six six four six four eight. Our web address is without reservation DOT COM. Thanks for listening and Remember. The greatest story took place at the. Cross for the wages of sin is death but the gift of God is eternal life through. Jesus Christ our Lord. My friends there are more amazing stories to tell so. Be Sure to join US AGAIN. Next time as we listen to the storyteller..
"w. charlotte" Discussed on The Storyteller
"I know I used to be afraid of dying because I didn't know where I was going to go. I hope that I would go to heaven but I didn't have that assurance that I was Gonna go there so I used to be afraid Steig good. Welcome my friends to the storyteller. You'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation. Charlotte was afraid to die because she didn't know wish he would go. If you've ever wondered whether you're good enough to get to Heaven Charlotte story may help you. Hello My name is Charlotte Evans and My husband is clea but I grew up allowed people but my background. Soto Indian My mother was Soto and my dad gave Pelley scatcherd and he was meaty. I come from Swan of a Manitoba. Four sisters and one brother we will put a family. My mother and my dad struggled to get by but my dad always worked and always made sure that there was food on the table for US growing up and they thank the Lord that even though I didn't know him then that my mom always made us go to Sunday School We always had every morning. She'd wake us up to go to Sunday school and I said just love going to Sunday school to heal about Jesus and that different miracles that he had that he did and go to Sunday school. I think I liked it because I felt safe there because in our home though as a lot of alcohol and and so when I go to Sunday school I used to just love being there and healing stories about missionaries. Who went to Africa told US stories about both helping the people there and in my heart I had this desire when I was young to be a missionary but I never ever thought that I would be one. I was the oldest one at home growing up my other. Two oldest sisters. They were in foster home and they always had to do everything I had to. Wa- wash always said help. My mom wash clothes and hang them up and I know I missed quite a bit of school to helping at home. I didn't Lake my mom. Very much. Issue was really strict. She wouldn't let us run around. She wouldn't let us go to offense too often to go play but I think the lawyer that she was strict. Because that taught me that. I think that helped me as I got older. When I did start sneaking out it helped me to to sort of understand the difference between right and wrong because I didn't feel that I was a bad person. I didn't do anything that was really bad but God says at every little center's bad no matter what it is whether it's stealing lion or mood too but I always felt that I was good enough and I didn't realize then about having a personal relationship with Jesus. I was a fleet to die because I didn't know where I was going to go. I knew there was a heaven and a hell to go to hell if you go there. It's a place where you're going to burn and fire for the unity. Where if you go to heaven you'll be there with God and it's a beautiful place and I knew that God was God and he had to sudden name in his son's name was Jesus but I didn't have that piece. I guess and my life assurance said if I died I was going to go to heaven. I hoped I would go there but I didn't know if I was going to go there. I just thought I was good enough as I got older. I let away from home when I was sixteen because of all the digging. The my mom drink a lot. My Dad worked. He worked a lot out in the Bhushan and logging and he cooked in logging camps and my mom's Acre Lot and I didn't like being at home whether it was alcohol. I always used to wish that I could put in a foster home so Eilat away hoping that I would be put in one but I never did get put in one. I ended up in sketchy on the Nice stayed with a family there. I lived with a family for about a year before I went back home because I was lonesome so I went back home and then I was only home for probably a year and a half and then I was in Churchill for a while. With one of my oldest sister's my mom had to families who first husband died and then she made my dad and even when I lived in Churchill. I used to want to go to church sometimes but my friends. I had would always make fun of me so I wouldn't go but you know I the Lord I think was already looking in my life but I didn't know it at the time and then after I came back from Churchill and decided to go to school to bring up my upgrading because I didn't finish great twelve when I was at home. That's what I met. My husband fled was one of my instructors at school one of my teachers that I had and I used to notice that he was different different than the other people allowed him. That weren't saved and I don't know something just like drew me to him. And he used to come and set with asset coffee break and and then he used to mention the Loyd once in a while but he never but he didn't like really push it on anybody and then he used to bring these little tract papers to school and he'd had them give the he gave me somewhat in awhile and I take them to read them and then after that and he asked me to go to youth group with him because he used to go to youth group at a place called Big Edie in the paw parties of and so I started going with him when he asked me. And that's when I I met Mr and Mrs mccomb Clifford Aboard McColl and they were talking about the Lord and I used to like going there because I felt at peace. And and then I met Jay Uneven Jennings was staying with them. He was administered apart. That time and I went to a few times for suppler for asthma to go the for supper. And he used to talk about the Loyd and then he asked him on time Charlotte to you know the Lord and I said I said no. I did not understand what he meant to you. Know the Loyd and they said no is him and just talk to me about salvation. Then they asked me one time I wanted to accept the Loyd and I wanted to see yes but I was scared to say yes because I thought well. We'll buy accept the Loyd than I can't can't go out and do things like drink with my friends and that I thought I'd have to change until I have to think about it so every time we went there when I go there with he would just talk to me and then one time that I was in. May and I just felt that the Loyd told me that I should ask Jesus into my heart. So that's when Mr Jennings kneel down with the coach and we played and when he played with me I could tell that there was a change because it felt like something was lifted from me like I felt lighter and I felt different when I asked Jesus to come into my heart.
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"I'm someone who's been building on the Internet since the earliest days of social media but even I I don't know if we can trust technology these days so when season to a function we're going to explore how we ended up with today's Internet by talking to activists scholars developers in designing we'll tackle racial bias in our algorithms and designed by US and the APPS that we use every day. We're also going to have some fun but deep dives into gifts and memes. We'll even explore how our biggest icons reconciled their relationship with technology and if you know me you know which icon I'm talking about. It's prints France the guy who had an icon for a name but most importantly we talked to a new generation of creators. They're the ones who are building an Internet that we can love again and maybe even trust function comes out every Wednesday so check us out by subscribing on Apple podcasts on your favorite podcast APP. Stay around and around I sir so you're here seer ear and uh-huh smarter after we saw the only highlight out of these germs dot cotton by undercover primetime live doing songs truly rose they haven't come suffer as out here the house or from in my room eh in the gun racks shrimp so immune are working it you. I over values it. It would be Asan's. DNA's apartment argued about duty in here one in new emerging. Whoa it is the use of course medium aw we the hired fancier long before frier the same time he said programs was like very house issue bonds Sissy one the baby the US were found out tweeting. We're base North Carolina Day and this game hundred horsey stadium frantically trying to insert whatsoever. He's falling. Pardon me no happen of course so you won't loosened race. The William uh-huh it took the most famous for at least most right now because this season great the office yeah the anymore course lew so much more the case online Dr Welby Free Star you would the bill. say an hour the most highly the wages actually thirty he in writing about the second one point three five dollars. I I came meetings last fall. When we were talking about things we enjoy day along when the weather all a nurse Chandio Sprinter and house type in his children uh-huh the only I probably get about so one more. They're actually insert sir. It was it is allow. Take off. Yeah we have this. Aren't you have university off it right so it over the years. This feels like all right. If you're just tuning in I would have nothing because this has off-piste blinded this shoes covering and it wasn't isn't the then you have that doc young signed that will play it. She was talking about wave worse. I is the years nineteen seventy SIS this three nine. Thank you play one game and so for home use in losses awesome Rascasse South Carolina or say the only seats swollen those including a ninety ninety two yard touchdown drive. I guess you've seen false swollen. Walk past wounded. The last lost one six. The final scene shrink three thirty years yeah ah else director so when he gets right headlight pretend to have an outcome based things like absurd. He's very Brian. Brian Cabell like walking Mark Levin Take Care Sir in two programs like instant see we're not and the state they must to college Russian and because they're basketball's which you has that's not basketball Mary the basketball the yeah maybe tire yeah uh let's see sixty uh-huh bag your underdog against an average heaviest face on the power. Take the average. ACC team this year thank in his happiest. Global Gray worst. I knew it was the ideal perfect the active here. We want a whole host venues ago over on this year. Five teams basically ties of Lawson. Ask C. Roll Man. I wonder we'll creature. Survives dishes seven okay yeah in the ninety yeah go out the orange it really is you and he said. RESEDA also mostly non offer offer Cook Period District Bermudian Years Shrews over the era of the hippopotamus entity Ah All the good stuff that we loved in his records five hundred Chew Ashley One hundred obviously obviously you're not office. Todd managed through incredibly engineering. Eh Thirty is for Irish. The home runs and the way they did. This was honestly way Mary Song. It's actually based the difference. Lane hobbles completed you in two thousand I mentioned it's not Paschal team playing on you. Ask You are yeah doc yeah yeah. I haven't closest only play three topics detect unless otherwise destroyed horrible scene officer I manage the thirty and committee and she a license which is awesome. It back owns all around the strain..
"w. charlotte" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Hey all your about to listen to the recording of our live show. We just didn't Charlotte North Carolina. We had a spectacular time really fun. Crowd met a lot of wonderful. People people got to get like mildly accosted by a man who felt the need to defend the honor which yeah sometimes times the spirit moves you and you do things you wouldn't do otherwise and I respect that as you are probably accustomed to the audio on this episode is little rougher offer because again. It's a live show and we can barely do a regular recorded show so just be proud that it existed all is trying to get over the lowest bar possible. We'll place praises for this. the the it's awesome awesome promise the IT. It looks like all assembled doc Louis Yeah. They learn and take us back back in here. I can't the tricky in Charlotte. Slow yeah it. It was back the Dow uh-huh award less. We also have a holly in all around the room here on North Carolina husband uh-huh okay so what's one hill watching your in his career. He's you're yeah Brad. The Service Yeah Awesome uh-huh uh cash uh-huh it was winning all you won't be opposing basketball teams Komo for her. I wanted to ask about the Sir Nice. Take I can't work in Washington mm-hmm. They all talk your uh-huh in our media professionals uh-huh yeah it was. I actually occurred yeah it the last one I wanted to do that. A lot of use words ask us and this is Jerry Arisen lighter all policies uh-huh talk to walk centuries. There's a statute here the taper the blessed edgar enormous panders at giant correct and Sachin this the show in life these these user he'll the have. Es being suit for US considering hack show Charles Titans who have one common great so Charlotte Berlet sewers sense we haven't had any in March the same thank uh-huh the wardrobe the last house in he flare woman yeah the third in a sense the uh-huh in these we had traveled very similar survey and named the Charlotte require why be certain tasks like Ooh pro in her hair right so he doesn't grows when he star based around Villeurbanne does he rose or Arash airline right in a aw you in our mark and airline short in one therapy it all along the real the words people who we serve your more radio friendly yeah. Thanks for being here. Parkas uh-huh forces was the off aw Taylor. Ah You the immediate now all all yes go right the house that way welcome back pain layers for you're paying them. I'm fighting every time walking and probably it. That doesn't happen. We appropriate anymore and the only already so that's right. You're right talk yeah it. I love Sir. I met him aw this is in this episode of the shutdown focused. This is sponsored by Homefield Apparel. The people that bring you incredible college merchandise in a range of sizes for both men and women and Homefield represents a bunch of schools was that are near and dear to our full cast hearts Georgia Southern Utah State Western Kentucky Memphis Army and maybe they've got a really the interesting collection that's what you'll find from other places and their products are amazingly high quality homefield only uses the best fabrics in planks and they personally personally where each and every style to make sure they're comfortable. That's a big reason why we chose them as the provider for Banner Society shirts to Right now you.