Show Notes for Tuesday February 11, 2020

John & Heidi share funny stories of people doing weird things... plus it's a

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February 11
National Don’t Cry Over Spilled Milk Day
National Inventors’ Day
National Make a Friend Day
National Peppermint Patty Day
National Shut-In Visitation Day
National White Shirt Day
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A New Jersey man’s bone-headed Snapchat post featuring guns and money led to his arrest on drug and weapons charges. 24-year-old Taishaun Cosme posted photos to Snapchat of a firearm and cash in his car and investigators were able to use the social media platform’s geo-location function to track him down later that day. Cosme was located by detectives while driving in Lakewood, where he was found in possession of a .40-caliber semi-automatic handgun with several hollow-point bullets and a “significant amount of cocaine” after a court-authorized search. Police also found a digital scale and other paraphernalia indicating Cosme was involved in drug distribution. Detectives from the Barnegat Crime Reduction Unit alerted the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office to Cosme’s Snapchat activity, sparking an investigation involving a county Narcotics Strike Force and four local police departments. Cosme — who was charged with counts including possession of cocaine with intent to distribute, and unlawful possession of a weapon — was booked into the Ocean County Jail, where he remained Tuesday ahead of a detention hearing. (


Nick Jonas says he doesn’t blame his brothers for not spotting the spinach in his teeth before he went on stage at the Grammys. (

The artist who did Jennifer Lopez’s makeup for the Super Bowl says it took ten hours to finish. (
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Domino’s is giving away a $9,000 pizza-shaped engagement ring to one lucky customer. (

Wildlife officials seized $1 million dollars worth of dried shark fins at the Port of Miami. (

Chicago police are looking for a man who’s been luring men to hotels on GRINDR and robbing them with a stun gun.(

A 68-year-old Florida woman was arrested for tasing her husband after he asked for a separation. (

A homeless camp the size of three football fields caught fire in Austin, Texas. (

Jurors were forced to look at naked pictures of Harvey Weinstein during his rape trial in New York last Wednesday. Apparently, his accuser says Harvey’s “UNIT” has a distinctive characteristic. (

FUN FACT FOR YOU:Share this with your friends... they'll think you're really smart!
Most laughter isn't because things are funny. Every culture in the world laughs, but surprisingly, most of our laughter isn't necessarily a response to humor. Less than 20 percent of laughter comes after jokes, according to neuroscientist Robert Provine; the rest is a reaction to regular statements and questions like, "How have you been?" The ensuing laughter, however brief, helps form social bonds since people who laugh together grow closer.


Dateline.... China
A Chinese doctor who was targeted by authorities after he tried to warn about the coronavirus several months ago has been infected by the disease. (

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A Florida man has been accused of using a Marshfield woman's debit card to purchase $68 in Little Caesar's pizza. According to to a Marshfield Police Department police report, Elle Wolf of Marshfield had a transaction on her bank statement from a Fort Lauderdale, Florida Little Caesar's location without her consent. The report says the unidentified Florida man purchased one bacon wrapped deep dish pizza, three stuffed crust pizzas, and three orders of Caesar wings and had delivered to his address via Door Dash. The charge of $68.80 currently has a process hold on the charge at Wolf's financial institution.(
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Mistakenly inserting a fuel nozzle into a fishing pole slot, a Florida man pumped $60 worth of gasoline onto the deck of his boat and the ground of a gas station. The incident happened Monday in the Orlando area, Orange County Fire Rescue spokesman Mike Jachles said on Twitter. The gas flowed from the fishing pole hole and onto the deck of the 24-foot (7.3 meters) boat. The 31-year-old man realized his mistake and quit pumping. As he tried to clean up the mess, the gasoline began leaking from the boat onto the ground at the 7-Eleven store. He told personnel and then called the fire department’s non-emergency number, Jachles said. A technical rescue team siphoned the gas from the boat and cleaned up. The situation was described as a “level 3 hazmat,” meaning the potential of hazard was high, Jachles said. (

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 Treasure Island man broke into a strangers garage to use their coffee maker and didn’t take anything else ….. FLORIDA (
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