Show Notes for Tuesday November 26, 2019

Show Notes for Tuesday November 26, 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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November 26
National Cake Day

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A Seton Hall Sports Poll found that the average male would rather see his football team win the Super Bowl than his candidate win a presidential election. (

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According to an arrest affidavit, during a traffic stop, a Florida Man told police that the wind may have blown a “bag of cocaine residue” into his vehicle. Cops in Fort Pierce last month pulled over a vehicle driven by 37-year-old Joseph Zak after the car did not pause at a stop sign around 9:40 PM. With Zak’s sedan still in motion, an officer spotted Zak making “furtive movements, leaning over towards the center console as attempting to discard an item out the passenger window.” After Zak’s car came to a stop, an officer approached the car and saw the suspect trying to conceal an open can of Budweiser. A subsequent search of the car turned up a glass crack pipe and a clear baggie “with a whitish residue, which tested positive for crack cocaine.” Questioned about the baggie, Zak denied ownership of the item and claimed that “the police or the wind must have placed it there.” Zak was subsequently arrested on multiple charges and booked into the St. Lucie County jail. (


“Frozen 2” was the runaway winner at the box office, bringing in over $100 million worldwide. The vast majority of its sales were in China.

A “Wheel of Fortune” contestant lost a $10,000 Jackpot after adding the word “AND” when she was solving the puzzle. The correct answer was “Right, Football, Left, Sally.” But she said “Right, Football, Left, AND Sally” as she was solving it.(

Ford vs. Ferrari had another big run at the box office this weekend.

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“The Thong Song” turns twenty-years-old this week. (

Kanye West has been denied a permit to build an amphitheater on his ranch in Wyoming. (

Saturday’s football game between Harvard and Yale was interrupted after students stormed the field to protest climate injustice. (

The city of Phoenix, Arizona is going to stop using red-light speed enforcement cameras. (

Surfers have been flocking to a beach in Portugal to ride extreme waves that are going as high as sixty-five feet. (

Sacha Baron Cohen ripped Social Media during a speech to the Anti-Defamation League and claimed that Facebook would have let Adolf Hitler post manifestos online if he paid them. (

86-year-old Larry King revealed that he had a slight stroke earlier this year.

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Octopuses have four pairs of arms. The six of an octopus’ tentacles serve as arms, while the other two are their “legs.” They use six tentacles just to eat!

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Buckingham Palace insiders say Prince Andrew DID NOT step back from his royal duties, he was actually fired by the Queen. (

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When a female driver sought to apologize for her role in a road rage confrontation, a Florida Man responded by giving her a mouthful. According to a police report, a mouthful of food that he spat from his mouth into hers. Investigators say that David Wipperman and the female victim were involved in a “road rage incident” on October 29th in Pinellas County. Following the confrontation--which is not further described in court filings--61-year-old Wipperman exited his Chevrolet truck and approached the driver’s side of the victim’s Kia sedan. The woman, cops say, rolled down her window and “apologized to the defendant.” Wipperman allegedly responded by spitting food he had been chewing at the woman. “The food struck the victim in the face and entered” her mouth. Wipperman then allegedly open the victim’s car door and began screaming at her while pointing a finger in her face. Wipperman was arrested yesterday and charged with a fair of felonies. He is being held in the county jail in lieu of $12,500 bond. (

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A dog in Port St. Lucie was caught on camera behind the wheel of his owner's car doing donuts in a cul-de-sac. Anne Sabol, of Port St. Lucie, said when she went outside she saw the car in the cul-de-sac going around in circles. “First I thought I saw somebody backing up but then they kept going and I'm like, OK, what are they doing?” Sabol said. “The cops came and I'm like, OK.” Sabol said St. Lucie Fire Rescue also arrived on scene. She said the car hit a mailbox, a few garbage cans and bricks that were in front of one of the homes and slowed down. “And when the cops got the door open a black dog jumped out I was like, they should give that thing a license,” Sabol said. Police believe the male driver stepped out of his car and the car accidentally was left in reverse with the dog inside. No one was injured.(
I read a headline and Heidi (and you) need to guess if the story is FAKE NEWS or something that really happened in the state of FLORIDA.

A West Palm Beach man caught a 17-foot, 120-pound python with his bare hands after seeing it on the side of the road.

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