Show Notes for Tuesday May 14, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday May 14, 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 14th
National Decency Day
National Dance Like a Chicken Day
National Underground America Day
National Buttermilk Biscuit Day

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A new survey found that 58% of men and 56% of women say they’ve found love after sleeping with someone on the first date. (
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A New York woman found herself behind bars after she called 9-1-1 and asked the operator for advice on how to kill her boyfriend. 54-year-old Zelda L. Cotton of Tonawanda was arrested Saturday evening after she had the not-so-bright idea to call the police on herself. The woman told authorities that she hit her 76-year-old boyfriend five times with a VCR tape. Police said she was also swinging a leaf blower battery at him in a “threatening manner.” She was reportedly intoxicated at the time. Cotton was charged with endangering the welfare of an elderly person and criminal possession of a weapon. Her bail was set at $5,000. (

The trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home set a record for Sony Pictures Entertainment — it amassed the highest view count in the first 24 hours of its debut. The Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer view count hit 135.2 million in the first 24 hours, surpassing Sony Pictures previously trailer record of 130 million, which was also set by the sequel’s teaser trailer back in January.

Game of Thrones” producers confirmed that a Starbucks coffee cup was left in a scene during Sunday’s episode. (

Multiple sources are now saying that the infamous coffee cup that appeared in “Game of Thrones” on Sunday was NOT from Starbucks. (

A Forensic Psychologist who testified against Bill Cosby is being used by the prosecution in the Harvey Weinstein case.(

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People continue to talk about the outrageous outfits at Monday Night’s Met Gala in New York City. Lady Gaga wore four different outfits in one night. Katy Perry was dressed as a chandelier. Jared Leto carried his own decapitated head with him on the red carpet. (

Amazon admitted that its home assistant, Alexa, is secretly recording everything a person says after asking her a question. (

Taco Bell has unveiled a new line of summer gear that includes an inflatable pool float. They’re also selling a hot sauce themed bikini. (

A photo has gone viral of a black bear climbing into a hot tub at a Tennessee rental cabin. (

Ohio police arrested a woman after her one-year-old niece ACCIDENTALLY brought marijuana to a daycare. (

Prince William and Kate Middleton sent a sweet message to Meghan Markle and Prince Harry following the birth of the Royal Baby. (
A BBC DJ was fired after tweeting a picture of a chimpanzee and joking that it was the Royal Baby. (

The world’s longest, tallest, and fastest DIVE ROLLER COASTER opened in Canada this week. “The Yukon Striker” drops riders 245 feet STRAIGHT DOWN. (

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Sex Is Dangerous for Flies. When certain types of flies mate, they emit a sound that catches the attention of predatory bats. Since sex can be so risky, the flies have learned to stick to quickies.


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Mark Hiner, of Harrison County in Ohio, was arrested for stealing a Bobcat loader. Harrison County Sheriff's Office received calls about a suspicious vehicle being operated on roadways. A short time later a Carrolton resident reported his Bobcat loader had been stolen. Deputies located tracks that were consistent with a Bobcat that led to a residential property. The deputies made contact with the property owner who initially denied any knowledge of the Bobcat loader. Deputies then located a vehicle that had been covered with blankets, pallets, limbs, and trash near a fire pit which turned out to be a Bobcat loader. Hiner was charged with obstructing justice and receiving stolen property.

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Police arrested a Utah man for investigation of reckless driving and other charges after he crashed through a home's garage door Saturday. 35-year-old Janis Michael Threlfall was booked into the Weber County Jail after he told officers he did not see the stop sign, the intersection he drove through, or the garage door he crashed through because he was looking for a battery he had dropped while trying to plug it into his phone. “Luckily no injuries were reported,” Roy police officials wrote in a Facebook post on Saturday, but there was “extensive” damage to the home and a car inside the garage. “Just pay attention,” said Roy Police officer Roy Steward Hackworth. “Don't get distracted by all the stuff going on in your car. Charging your phone can wait. Put your stuff down and pay attention.” According to the Weber County Jail, in addition to reckless driving, Threlfall was booked into jail for investigation of operating a vehicle without insurance, driving on a suspended or revoked license, and failure to appear on a citation. ( THREE THINGS!

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