Show Notes for Tuesday November 6, 2018

Show Notes for Tuesday November 6, 2018

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a Tuesday... so we have everyone's favorite segment... TUESDAYS with Charlie!!!

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November 6th
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Tuesday November 6, 2018

"F/8 and be there."--Arthur Fellig (context: Fellig was a photographer)

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Florida deputies responded to a home in Dunnellon in reference to a 2-year-old boy on Friday. Once paramedics arrived they were able to stabilize the child and then take him to a local hospital for evaluation. Deputies asked Andrew Frazier, 26 about what happened. Frazier said he made a batch of marijuana brownies and left them unattended for a minute while he went into another room. At that time, the boy ate one of the marijuana brownies, which ultimately rendered him unconscious. Frazier let deputies do a search of the residence, and they found a glass pan containing several marijuana brownies along with a glass jar containing marijuana, several marijuana pipes and a marijuana grinder. The total weight of the marijuana brownies and the marijuana was over 260 grams. Frazier was charge with child neglect, possession of marijuana over 20 grams and possession of drug equipment. He was taken to jail and given no bond.

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A new book claims that Audrey Hepburn secretly fought against the Nazis during World War II. (
The cast of Mrs. Doubtfire reunited Thursday to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of a the film. (
Univision Billionaire A. Jerold Perenchio is selling his Bel-Air mansion for $245 million. (
Hollywood Actress Jennifer Garner revealed that she’s been dating the CEO of Cali Burger for the past six months. (
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A study from the Jaffe Food Allergy Institute found that peanut allergies have tripled since 1997, going from 1 in 250 to 1 in 70. (

A new study found that colleges can reduce stress amongst students by providing them with therapy dogs. (

A survey by AgInfo found that pumpkin prices are rising across the country because the East Coast harvest is shrinking. (

Four members of the Jacksonville Jaguars were arrested in a London Nightclub after they got into a fight with bouncers over their $50,000 bar tab. (

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Disney World has become a popular place for people to scatter a loved one’s ashes. (

A Public Affairs Poll found that 8 in 10 Americans think the country is divided about important values. (

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The Grandiloquent Word of the Day

Hoghenhine    (HAH-gehn-hine)
-A person who has stayed in a household for three nights, and so becomes the legal responsibility of the host; a member of a household; a dependent.

From early Middle English aȝen hine (also oȝen hine), lit. ‘own servant’, member of one's own household.

Used in a sentence:
“At least that freeloading brother of yours finally left, I was worried we were going to have a hoghenhine on our hands!”

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Arkansas cops are stumped as to why an accused shoplifter was wearing a Holstein cow costume when she recently swiped allergy medicine from a Walmart store. Police in Pine Bluff were at the store Tuesday afternoon as Walmart workers monitored suspect Ashley Curry, who “was dressed as a black and white Holstein cow, complete with four pink udders in her lower abdomen area.” The 27-year-old woman allegedly hid a package of Flonase in her coat pocket and headed for the store exit. As she departed the retailer, Curry was met by a Pine Bluff Police Department patrolman and a Walmart loss prevention officer, who then escorted Curry and a male companion back inside. Once Curry reached the security office, a policeman named Officer Wiegand summoned a female officer to conduct a pat down for “weapons and other merchandise.” At this point, Curry stuck out her stomach and told Wiegand that he could “suck a pink cow udder.” Curry was busted for shoplifting and resisting arrest and booked into the Jefferson County jail on the misdemeanor counts. Asked why Curry was dressed in a cow costume, a police spokesperson said, “No explanation was ever given.” (

A Florida man who plotted to blow up Target stores along the east coast has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison. Authorities said Mark Charles Barnett, of Ocala, thought the explosions would cause the company's stock to plunge, allowing him to cheaply acquire shares. Court records show Barnett was sentenced earlier this month in federal court in Ocala. The 50-year-old was convicted in July of attempted arson, possession of an unregistered firearm, and making an unregistered firearm. Barnett was arrested in February 2017 after he offered to pay another man $10,000 to place at least ten “improvised explosive bombs” disguised in food-item packaging on store shelves from New York to Florida. The man instead gave the devices to federal agents. (
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