Show Notes for Tuesday May 28, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday May 28, 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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May 28th
National Brisket Day
National Hamburger Day

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A survey by the the Institute For Family Studies found that religious couples have happier marriages. (

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A Naples man was arrested for impersonating an FBI agent. When told to leave a homeowner’s property, the suspect dropped catfish on her lawn, then fled the scene on a bicycle. The suspect, 42-year-old Kristian Dudley, faces a charge of Open Container in Public/Semi-Public Parking Area and a felony charge of Impersonate Law Enforcement Officer. The victim said Dudley drove a bike with red and blue flashing lights into her front yard. He introduced himself as an FBI agent and then he ordered the woman to show proof of ID to make sure she was there legally. The victim said she was a U.S. citizen and told him to leave her property. After Dudley refused a second time, her husband told Dudley to go and he called CCSO. Before leaving the property, Dudley dropped multiple live catfish in the driveway for an “unknown reason.” As Dudley was biking, a deputy stopped him because he fit the description of the suspect. The deputy said Dudley appeared heavily intoxicated, was wearing a dark shirt, had an FBI hat, and a bicycle with red and blue flashing lights. He has since been taken to jail. (


Lori Loughlin’s daughter, Olivia Jade Gianelli, is begging USC to let her resume her studies at the school. (

Actress Elle Fanning fainted and landed on a table during a dinner party at the Cannes Film Festival. (

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Whitney Houston’s estate announced that a hologram of the late singer is going on a world tour. (
Yosemite National Park in California remains covered in snow despite the fact that summer is just around the corner. (

A British admiral is warning that the U.S. will need one million soldiers to invade Iran. (

A shocking new report claims that thousands of North Korean women have been sold into the sex trade. (

Michelangelo’s first ever work, which he painted at the age of 12, has been discovered in Rome. (

Taco Bell is taking over a hotel in Palm Springs, California, for three nights this August. The fast-food chain says everything will be Taco Bell-themed, from the room decor to the breakfast menu to pool floaties shaped like hot sauce packets. There will be Taco Bell snacks and cocktails and Taco Bell nail art in the salon. A few new menu items will also debut there. Irvine-based Taco Bell isn’t yet saying which actual hotel is hosting the event. Reservations will be available starting next month.

Guests visiting Brookfield Zoo this summer will have the unique opportunity to see a 16-year-old albino American alligator. Measuring 7 ft. long, Snowflake will live at The Swamp habitat through September before heading back south to Florida's St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park, a facility accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums. Albino alligators are extremely rare. Biologists estimate there are only about 100 existing in the world.

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Truman Show Delusion Is a Thing. Also known as Truman Syndrome, this is the belief in which “the patient believes that he is being filmed, and that the films are being broadcast for the entertainment of others,” according to the researchers who first coined the affliction. The researchers pointed to five different case studies in which patients suffered from this TSD.


Epistemophobia… Fear of knowledge.

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A Florida man allegedly threatened to behead police officers then “eat their eyes and tongues” while he was under arrest. 50-year-old Ken Freeman remains held on bond Monday after he repeatedly threatened to decapitate six officers in a Brevard County parking lot. Police were called to the scene Thursday after Freeman got into a fight with another driver who cut him off on the road. Freeman and the other man “flipped each other off” before he followed the driver into a Dick’s Sporting Goods parking lot. That’s when Freeman allegedly exited his vehicle carrying a large knife, punched the other driver in the shoulder and held up the weapon to the man’s ear. According to the affidavit, Freeman said, “I’ll cut your f–king head off in front of your family!” Police then arrived to the mall parking lot, where Freeman allegedly repeatedly threatened the six officers. Police records say “He stated several times he would cut officers’ heads off and eat their eyes and tongues.” He was booked on charges for assault, battery, and threatening death or serious bodily harm to a law enforcement officer.

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Eight Ohio middle school students could face felony assault charges for allegedly putting bodily fluids in crepes that were consumed by teachers, according to police who say that the young suspects recorded their acts and shared the video with fellow classmates. Investigators say the May 16th incident occurred at Hyatts Middle School in Powell, a city 15 miles north of Columbus. As part of a “Global Gourmet” home economics class, students competed in a cooking competition that was judged by teachers. It was during the food preparation that the suspects reportedly placed urine and semen into crepes, which were later consumed by several adult victims. Lab tests are being conducted to determine whether, in fact, bodily fluids were added to the crepes. It was only after the crepes had been eaten that school employees learned of a troubling video that was circulating among students. The clip appeared to show bodily fluids being added to the crepes. The teenage suspects could face assorted felony charges, including assault with a bodily substance.

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