Show Notes for Tuesday May 7, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday May 7, 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 7th
National Packaging Design Day
National Paste-Up Day
National Barrier Awareness Day
National Roast Leg of Lamb Day
National Foster Care Day
National Teacher Appreciation Day

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An apparently hallucinating Florida man used a bedpost to attack a mattress where he thought a man was hiding. In a Facebook post, the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s office quotes the girlfriend of 37-year-old Felipe Oquendo as saying that he began acting erratically early Friday. The girlfriend told deputies Oquendo thought she was cheating on him with a man he thought he saw in the mattress at their Fort Walton Beach home. She said Oquendo hit the mattress with a bed post, ripped it apart, and locked the bedroom door. She was able to escape and call police. The sheriff’s office says Oquendo later admitted to having smoked meth. (


Oprah Winfrey dropped $10,000 on a graduation dress for a student at her leadership academy. (

Actress Maureen McCormick says she wants anti-vaxxers to stop making memes of “The Brady Bunch” episode in which Marcia gets the measles.

Leonardo DiCaprio made a surprise appearance at the Tribeca Film Festival Monday. (

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A pregnant woman in China put in an urgent order for a pizza, asking the restaurant to send it quickly as she was about to give birth. The pizza restaurant was told to send the pizza to a local maternity and children’s healthcare hospital. The owners of the restaurant said the then-expectant mom is a regular customer.

A study shows 84 percent of adults struggle to open child-proof packaging on medicines. Experts said this meant adults put pills and tablets into other containers which are accessible to children. Researchers said packaging should be easy to open, but in a way that is too complex for young children to work out.

If you’re heading to the theater this weekend, skip the popcorn — or order a mini or small. Nutrition experts say in 2019, the typical medium bucket of movie theater popcorn contains 1,200 to 1,500 calories.

Parking gangs that are using vacuum cleaners to suck money out of machines are forcing some UK officials to consider scrapping cash meters. Armed with sledgehammers, the organized gangs have stolen $160,000 out of 70 machines in the past 12 months. The criminals are smashing the meters open or drilling holes in them before inserting vacuum cleaner hoses to suck the money out.

I'll bet when you put in eye drops, a bunch spills out and runs down your face. That's not on accident. A ProPublica investigation on how billions of health care dollars are wasted each year, finds that eye drops are way too big - some of them more than twice what the eye can actually hold - resulting in drainage and waste. A lot of waste, considering US drug companies made $3.4 billion last year on drops for dry eyes and glaucoma alone. Not only are users paying for the drops that end up wiped on a tissue, but the waste can have a serious impact on patients like Gregory Matthews, who has glaucoma and sometimes runs out of drops before his refill is available. Using eye drops consistently is important for glaucoma patients, because they help keep blindness at bay. Making matters worse? Smaller drops are possible. In the early 1990s, a "microdrop" was developed, and studies conclusively found patients were able to administer it safely and effectively, leaving no waste. But it never came to market, and experts say that's because drug companies are greedy and more concerned with profits than patients. The same size bottle of eye drops could now last up to twice as long if microdrops were used. (Newser)A mother-daughter duo who used a $4,000 drone to drop a package of contraband behind the walls of a Florida prison will themselves serve time as a result of a felony plea deal struck with prosecutors. 40-year-old Cassandra Kerr and 22-year-old Concetta Didiano each entered no contest pleas to introducing contraband into a state correctional institution, a felony carrying a maximum of five years in prison. Kerr and Didiano were arrested in mid-December, shortly after Martin Correctional Institution (MCI) staffers spotted a drone hovering over the facility around 2:00 a.m. Jailers were suspicious that the drone was “possibly delivering a package to the rooftop of one of the inmate housing facilities.” Investigators subsequently recovered the drone’s cargo--a package containing tobacco and cell phones. The drone, a Matrice 600 outfitted with a payload release mechanism, was later destroyed when it was somehow struck by a car traveling near the prison entrance. ( FACT FOR YOU:
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Pistachios Reduce Erectile Dysfunction. Studies have found that guys with trouble getting it up can benefit big time by eating a handful of pistachios. Specifically, a Turkish study of 17 men with ED gave them 100 grams of pistachios to eat for lunch every day for three weeks, measuring them on the International Index of Erectile Function. They were found to improve blood flow and the dilation of blood vessels—certainly a cheaper option that Viagra.


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A Florida man was arrested after threatening to kill two lawn care workers for leaving grass clippings on the walkway of his home. According to Hernando County deputies, 49-year-old Anthony Sabella had two men provide lawn care service to him at his home located on Finsbury Drive. According to police reports, he called one of the workers, saying they had left grass clippings on his walkway. When the men returned to clean up the grass, they were met by Sabella shouting at them and using racial slurs. The workers then reported leaving the home and calling 9-1-1 after Sabella followed them in his vehicle and pointed a gun at them, threatening to kill the men. The case was turned over to Major Case detectives, who got a warrant for his arrest after deputies said they tried to contact Sabella but couldn't. Last Thursday, deputies and detectives waited for Sabella to leave his home. When he did, he was stopped and arrested. Sabella was charged with possession of a firearm/ammunition by a felon and two counts of aggravated assault with a firearm. He is being held without bail. (

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A Pasco County, Florida man accused of trying to shoplift more than $4,000 worth of merchandise from a New Port Richey Walmart blamed his blood sugar and diabetes for making him do it. Lawrence Fruggiero Jr. was arrested and charged with grand theft on April 19th after investigators say he tried to steal a total of $2,098.50 worth of merchandise in two separate attempts. Arrest records indicate one of the incidents happened on April 16th, and the second happened the day of his arrest. Fruggiero was able to post his bond and was released from jail. Deputies say as they continued their investigation into the two incidents, they became aware of two additional times that Fruggiero attempted to shoplift from the same Walmart. Arrest warrants suggest he attempted to take a total of $2,385.26 worth of merchandise in the two additional tries. He was then arrested again on April 25th and charged with scheming to defraud. An arrest report says after being read his Miranda rights, Fruggiero said he did not remember committing the additional thefts because of his blood sugar and diabetes which make him not always know what he is doing.
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