Show Notes for Tuesday February 19, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday February 19, 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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February 19
National Vet Girls ROCK Day
National Lash Day
National Chocolate Mint Day

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A survey by a French Alcoholic Beverage Company found that social media addicts struggle to make new friends in real life. (

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An Ohio man has been charged with snowmobiling while intoxicated after a snowmobile accident early this past Sunday. Chautauqua County sheriff’s deputies were called at about 1:20 a.m. to a hotel in Mayville to assist village firefighters with a snowmobiler injured in a crash. The operator was identified as 28-year-old John D. Karlovec of Cleveland, Ohio. Deputies learned Karlovec had been riding his snowmobile on a public trail in Sherman when the crash occurred. Karlovec was transported to Westfield Memorial Hospital by ambulance for treatment. He was later found to have been operating his snowmobile in an intoxicated condition. The Ohio man was issued an appearance ticket for snowmobiling while intoxicated and is scheduled to appear in Sherman Town Court at a later date. (

Drake has reportedly ordered a $400,000 custom iPhone case.

Matt Lauer has told friends he has no plans to return to TV.
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A video has gone viral of a Florida man leading police on a high-speed chase through a golf course. (

Five million people have watched a video of a golden retriever dropping a ball down a flight of stairs and catching it.

A Canadian Study found that 14% of grocery store sausages contain meats that aren’t on the nutrition labels. (

A River Falls mom has been arrested for making her son deal marijuana at school. (

Washington Police are looking for a man who robbed a convenience store in a giraffe costume. (

New Hampshire police ticketed a female driver who made a fake vehicle registration out of a pack of cigarettes. (

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An Octopus Has Three Hearts
Two of their hearts work just to circulate blood past the octopus’ gills, with a third to keep the blood moving through its organs. (The third heart stops beating while the animal is swimming, which can be exhausting—and a good reason why they tend to crawl rather than swim).


Somniphobia- fear of falling asleep

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A Maine man who is accused of being married to three different women in three different states is behind bars in Ohio. A warrant was issued when 43-year-old Michael Middleton missed a court appearance Thursday in New Hampshire. A day later, he was arrested in Ohio. The Franklin County Sheriff's Department tweeted that the “Cupid of Chaos” was awaiting extradition. Charges were brought in New Hampshire because Middleton married a woman there while also being married to women in Alabama and Georgia. The New Hampshire wife said Middleton made her feel like he cared about her but eventually scammed her out of $20,000. Investigators say there could be more wives. Middleton was held Monday evening in the Franklin County Corrections Center. It was not known if he had attorney. (

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A prank video was the inspiration for two teens that built a fort out of toilet paper in a store and stayed in it overnight. According to Norfolk County OPP, a 13-year-old female and a 16-year-old male built the fort on Monday night in an aisle of a Simcoe store. They returned to the store on Tuesday evening and fell asleep in the fort after the store closed. Both woke up early the next morning to the sounds of employees restocking the shelves and ran to a bathroom in the building. An employee saw the teens, located them hiding in the restroom stall, and contacted the police. The OPP says the two were very remorseful upon their arrival. Both teens were taken home to their parents by the police. No charges were laid at the request of the store. ( THREE THINGS!

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This is from a friend we met at 80s In The Sand (Christopher York)
Best Valentines Day gift EVER! Tonight in Minneapolis, our son, Jack, went to grab a burger. He noticed the cashier seemed sad and asked if she was okay. She shared that her ex-boyfriend had assaulted her earlier today. While Jack’s meal was being prepared he ran across the street and bought the young lady a bouquet of roses and some assorted chocolates. He brought them to her stating, “I know you’ve had a bad day, so I wanted to do something for you to make it better.” She cried. They hugged. Jackie and I are so grateful for the huge heart in our baby boy!

Awesome story! Please feel free to share YOUR good News too!
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