Show Notes for Tuesday January 21, 2020

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

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thank you to
January 21
National Granola Bar Day
National Hugging Day
Squirrel Appreciation Day

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A new study found that eating a low fat diet can lower testosterone levels in men. (

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A man sent some illegal holiday cheer to a woman in jail and he ended up getting arrested himself. News outlets report 40-year-old Timothy Lee Snow sent the woman a Christmas card filled with drugs. County sheriff’s officials said that Bibb County Jail inmate Mary Beth Odum had told Snow over the phone how to put meth and other drugs into a card to send to her in jail. Deputies intercepted a contraband-filled card filled with methamphetamine and Suboxone and began investigating Snow. On January 9th, deputies followed Snow as he left his residence and found him with meth, Xanax, and a revolver. When they searched his home, deputies found more meth, Suboxone, marijuana, steroids, packing materials, a shotgun, and a rifle. Snow was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm, possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute, and giving an inmate drugs. Odum, who was already in jail, now faces additional charges including attempt to commit offenses pertaining to the possession of drugs. (


Nearly a year after One Day at a Time was canceled, the series is returning. On Monday, Pop TV announced that the show’s fourth season will premiere on March 24. Filming for the new season begins next week. The reveal comes more than a year after Netflix canceled the show in March, 2019 shortly after the premiere of the third season.

Doolittle” hits theaters last week. The film is rated PG-13.(

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reunite at the box office in “Bad Boys for Life.” (

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Run DMC is going to perform with Aerosmith at the Grammy’s. (

The Florida Highway Patrol arrested a man who they say intentionally hit a motorcyclist — and they have dashcam footage to thank. Troppers says Jonathan Edward Blaine told them he saw a speeding motorcycle coming up behind him. Blaine said the motorcycle then hit his vehicle. But there was a dash cam in Blaine’s vehicle and Blaine voluntarily let troopers see it. The footage showed Blaine “driving straight … then one sudden swift jerk of the vehicle to the left and the impact with the” motorcycle. Blaine was taken to jail. The motorcyclist was injured.

Build-A-Bear is giving the people what they’ve been patiently waiting for: Baby Yoda stuffed animals. Both kids and adults alike will soon be able to bring a soft, cuddly version of the adorable alien home as they will be available at Build-A-Bear workshops in the next few months. Demand for all things Baby Yoda has skyrocketed since the debut of The Mandalorian on Disney+ in November.

Spotify has launched a playlist for dogs who are left home alone. (

A coyote has been running the streets of Chicago, and police say it’s covered nearly ten miles since it was first spotted. (

A Nashville woman was arrested for getting too rough in the bedroom with her boyfriend. Police say she scratched him and bit him. She was charged with misdemeanor assault. (

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Bees sometimes sting other bees. Bees are notorious for their stings, but humans aren't the only ones who experience this pain in the neck (or the arm, or the leg…). In protecting their hives from outsiders, some "guard bees" will stay by the entrance and sniff the bees that come in, says Marianne Peso from the biology department of Macquarie University. If there's a rogue bee from another hive trying to steal some nectar, the guard bee will bite and even sting the intruder.

Dateline.... TokyoOrganizers of the Tokyo Olympics say their new cardboard beds can withstand two athletes having sex but not three. The good news is they’ve got environmentally friendly beds. (

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A Chinese air traveler attempted to smuggle 200 live scorpions out of Sri Lanka in his checked bags. The man was arrested at a departure gate at Bandaranaike International Airport as he was trying to board his SriLankan Airlines flight to Guangzhou, China. The 30-year-old was detained and fined about $550. During questioning, the man admitted to illegally transporting animals from different countries to his home country for breeding and selling purposes. He said he traveled to various parts of Sri Lanka in search of scorpions, guided by information received from drivers of “tuk tuks,” or three-wheeled taxis. The man was eventually allowed to return home and his scorpions, which were neatly packed in plastic containers, were taken from him. Sunil Jayaratne, a spokesman for Sri Lanka’s customs department, told Geo TV the value of the scorpions hasn’t been determined and noted wildlife trafficking has become a “lucrative trade.” Officials indicated he might have been planning to extract venom from the arachnids once he returned to China. (

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A man locked in a court battle with his former wife has requested trial by combat with Japanese swords to solve the dispute. 40-year-old David Ostrom from Paola, Kansas said he would give his ex-wife, 38-year-old Bridgette Ostrom, the choice of an attorney or a “stand-in fighter” to battle him. He argued in court documents that dueling had never been “explicitly banned or restricted” in the United States. He pointed out to the Iowa District Court in Shelby County that the method had been used “as recently as 1818 in British Court.” Ostrom told the Des Moines Register that his inspiration came from a 2016 case in which New York Supreme Court Justice Philip Minardo admitted that duels had not been abolished. He asked Iowa District Court to give him twelve weeks “lead time” to allow him to source or forge katana and wakizashi swords. His former wife's attorney, Matthew Hudson, argued that a duel could end in one or both parties dying, which would be disproportionate to custody and property tax issues. He asked the court to order Ostrom undergo psychological treatment. (
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 South Beach lifeguard claimed she shouldn’t be busted for indecent exposure because she worked at a nude beach ….. FAKE NEWS

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