Show Notes for Tuesday January 8, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday January 8, 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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A study by the University of Wisconsin found that meditation and exercise can ward off colds and the flu. (

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A group of Northwest Colorado residents were arrested after an alleged drug deal went wrong. One man attempted to assault another after he tried to sell him coffee that he claimed was heroin. Several others face charges of child abuse because an infant was in the vehicle when two people allegedly threatened the occupants of the vehicle with a billy club and a handgun. According to court documents, 34-year-old Jessie Partlow of Oak Creek was arrested on suspicion of selling a counterfeit controlled substance and misdemeanor child abuse. 20-year-old Joseph Selbach was arrested on suspicion of two counts of menacing and one count each of robbery and second-degree assault. Surveillance footage from a local business showed what appeared to be a drug deal between Partlow and Selbach. When he was apprehended, Partlow told officers he needed money and tried to pass coffee off as heroin. (


Critics are calling The Masked Singer “the most bizarre reality show on network TV.” (

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are expecting their fourth child via surrogate.

Director Kevin Smith confirmed that production has officially begun on the reboot of “Jay And Silent Bob.” (

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Netflix is warning people about the dangers of taking part in “The Birdbox Challenge,” where they blindfold themselves and do stunts to imitate the movie “Birdbox.” (

A survey by University College in London found that senior citizens who have sex regularly are more content with their lives. (

A Gallup Poll found that 16% of Americans say they would permanently move out of the country if they could afford it. (

A group of Staten Island, New York residents have started a Change.Org petition that wants MTV to stop portraying their Island as “a cesspool of mobsters and criminals.” (

Los Angeles police have announced the arrest of a suspect in a series of burglaries targeting celebrities' homes. Investigators say they recovered hundreds of stolen items worth millions of dollars in the search of properties linked to 32-year-old Benjamin Ackerman. The suspect allegedly posed as a buyer to case the homes before burglarizing them. Thirteen victims, including musicians Usher and Adam Lambert, have been identified so far.

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It took 214 crates to transport the Statue of Liberty from France to New York in 1885.

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Police in Norway said a teenager who tried to steal a car from a dealership ended up calling police when he found himself locked inside the vehicle. Trondelag Police tweeted the 17-year-old called police just before 8:00 a.m. last Monday and told officers he was trapped inside a car he had attempted to steal from a Volvo dealership. Ebbe Kimo of the Trondelag Police said the teen was familiar with local police from previous petty crime arrests. Kimo told Norwegian state broadcaster NRK, “He knows us quite well and clearly thought it would be okay to call us for help. A bit like calling a friend, really.” Kimo also told TV2 the teenager was “perhaps not the most knowledgeable car thief. On his previous attempts, he was at least able to get out of the car.” Kimo said the teenager would be questioned before being released to his family in time for Christmas.

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A southern Utah man faces aggravated assault charges after allegedly firing several shots at a truck driving through a camping area to scare its occupants away. 32-year-old Daniel Trent Patterson was charged with four counts of aggravated assault, a third-degree felony. According to an affidavit, Patterson called police and reported that a truck had almost hit an RV and another vehicle in the Hurricane and Warner Valley area — prompting him to shoot at it. Police said Patterson told them the truck stopped, he saw movement in it, and “he thought they were possibly grabbing for a weapon so he fired again wanting to put as many rounds into the back of their truck in hopes that would scare them off and make them leave faster.” The four people who were inside the truck told police they drove past the RV to get to a road behind it on the way to hunt rabbits in the valley. According to the affidavit, the area where the RV was parked has “multiple dirt roads, entrances, and exits” and is often used for camping and staging. (

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