Show Notes for Tuesday January 22, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday January 22, 2019

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!!!BUY THE T-SHIRTS HERE OR HERE

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January 22
National Blonde Brownie Day


One way to keep the love alive in your marriage? A study out of Britain suggests not having kids could do the trick. Research (by Open University) found that childless people reported having better, happier, more fulfilling relationships and feeling more valued by their partners. The child-free also reported taking more time to “maintain” their connection through things like date nights and just talking. But if you’re not so concerned with your romantic relationship, consider this: When subjects in the study were asked to rate overall happiness with their lives, mothers were found to be the happiest group — even if their romantic relationships were less than perfect — and women with no children were found to be the least happy. The findings were flipped when it came to men: Men without kids were slightly happier than men with them.

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According to officials, a North Carolina woman is accused of posing as a bail bondsman to sneak drugs into the big house. 27-year-old Brittany Moore was charged Friday for allegedly trying to smuggle narcotics to Austin Herring, an inmate at Greene County Detention Center. Deputies reported the Snow Hill resident when they witnessed her pretending to be a bail bondsman. Multiple drug charges were filed against Moore including possession of methamphetamines. She was booked into the jail on $22,500 bond. Herring, who ids 31-years-old, was charged with accessory after the fact in connection with the alleged incident. According to court records, both are set to appear in court Feb. 8th. (


Don’t look to future trailers for Avengers: Endgame to reveal anything major about the plot. That might seem obvious, but Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige confirmed it. There’s been a rumor that trailers won’t show any clips beyond the first 15 to 20 minutes, and Feige all but confirmed that.

Eddie Murphy has confirmed he will revisit his role of fictional African Prince Akeem in a sequel to his 1988 comedy Coming to America. It will follow Akeem as he returns from Zamunda to the United States to re-connect with his estranged son, the heir to the throne. The original film co-starred Arsenio Hall, James Earl Jones, Shari Headley and John Amos.

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Nike has unveiled a self-lacing basketball shoe that’s controlled by a smartphone app. (

Walmart and Target have pulled a children’s game called “Cut The Wire” that let kids defuse a fake bomb before time runs out. (
Administrators at a New York middle school are begging students to leave their winter hats made by Italian apparel company Moncler at home because the pricey caps keep getting lost. Administrators at Great Neck North Middle School on Long Island wrote a letter to parents asking them to “try and redirect your middle schooler from wearing these hats to school.” Moncler’s knit hats with fur pom poms cost $350. Administrators said time spent looking for lost Montcler hats has been “disruptive to the students’ focus and time.”

A firefighter who saved a baby from a house fire 17 years ago joined the rescued girl for her high school graduation Saturday night. 17 years ago, when Mike Hughes arrived at the scene of the fire, it was out of control — and firefighters had no idea a baby was trapped in her crib. Hughes had a hunch, and found the 9-month-old girl in her crib, overwhelmed by smoke inhalation. Seven years ago Hughes was compelled to connect with the baby he rescued a decade before. Hughes found Dawnielle Davison on Facebook, and they’ve stayed in touch ever since.

Nothing says “I’ve lived a fabulous life so I’m going out in the most fabulous way possible” quite like a glitter coffin. The Glitter Coffin Company, based in the United Kingdom, will make your final goodbye super extra. The coffins are made to order and can be shipped worldwide.

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Angelo Scicilano became famous using the name Charles Atlas.


Bibliophobia… Fear of books

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An 84-year-old woman in China who suffers from Alzheimer’s confused people at a kindergarten when she came to pick up her daughter who had left the school 30 years ago. Walking with the help of a cane, the woman took a bus to the kindergarten school. She could only tell the security guard that she had come to pick up her daughter. The security guard couldn’t find the daughter’s name in the school’s list of students and called police who contacted the woman’s daughter. The woman said, “My mom has had dementia for years and has forgotten a lot of things, but she still remembers she needs to pick me up [30 years later].”
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Florida Cops say that a KFC worker allegedly smashed a drive-thru customer in the face with a bag of extra crispy chicken and biscuits after the patron complained that his food was being prepared in an unsanitary manner. According to a police report, after 53-year-old Ronald Jenkins placed an order at a KFC in Jacksonville on December 29th, he became “verbally upset” with a female worker who was not wearing a hairnet or gloves while preparing his order. Investigators report that Jenkins and 30-year-old KFC employee Shade Simmons “exchanged words throughout the incident,” which Jenkins recorded on his phone. With Jenkins’s order in hand, Simmons opened the drive-thru window and allegedly “tossed the food at Jenkins striking him in the face.” When questioned by a Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office deputy, Simmons said that Jenkins was “very rude” to her and “snatched the food away from her.” Simmons added that she let go of the bag and “observed the food land in Jenkins lap.” Simmons was arrested on a battery charge. (


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