Show Notes for Tuesday March 17, 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

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March 17
National 3-D Day
National Corned Beef and Cabbage Day
St. Patrick’s Day
World Social Work Day

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According to ResumeCoach these are the happiest jobs in America:
5. Real Estate Agent
4. HR Manager
3. Construction Manager
2. IT Consultant
1. Teaching Assistant

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Officers with the Augusta (ME) Police Department posted on social media an image of two patrol SUVs parked behind a riding lawnmower that had reportedly been ridden by an individual accused of operating the vehicle under the influence. According to NBC News, the agency said on Facebook that while it is not uncommon for an OUI arrest on a lawnmower, it's a rare case in wintertime. Comments from citizens on the post were understandably humorous. “I drove by during the field sobriety test he could hardly stand,” one person said. Another person said, “Wife must have taken the car keys away.” According to a local citizen, this guy was so drunk he could hardly stand. (


Natasha Romanoff is taking care of some unfinished business in the final trailer for Black Widow. The movie hits theaters April 24.

A new show called “Motherland” tells the story of a group of witches who battle terrorism for the Government. (

Bachelor Contestant Peter Weber’s family reportedly hates his decision to date Madison Prewett. Normally the season ends with a couple getting engaged, but these two are just dating.(

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This year marks the 70th anniversary of Silly Putty, the bouncy, stretchy pink stuff that comes in a plastic egg. Note: It went on sale as Silly Putty in 1950, though it was invented years earlier for other reasons.

A Connecticut-based beverage company has a new flavor: “Coronavirus Cocktail.” Avery’s Soda has released the new beverage, capitalizing on the virus that’s scaring the bejeezus out of millions. Described as a “virulent green concoction,” the limited-edition soda is a blend of orange and lime flavors.

A study discovered just how much meat the average carnivore consumes in a lifetime. Meat-eaters who live to 80 eat over 7,000 animals in their lifetime.

Vacuum and hand dryer company Dyson has unveiled the Corrale, a cordless hair straightener. Dyson already sells other products like the Supersonic and Airwrap, which focus on drying the hair. The Corrale is meant to be used on already dry hair to smooth, straighten, and style. The price is $499.

Deepfakes are “synthetic media” in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else’s likeness. When it comes to political messages faked and shared on social media, deepfakes can be dangerous. But for movie fans, they can be fun. Like the ones being created by a YouTube channel (Ctrl Shift Face). It’s latest video puts Willem Dafoe into Silence of the Lambs as Hannibal Lecter.

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Napoleon was once attacked by thousands of rabbits. Napoleon Bonaparte was once one of the most powerful men in Europe, but he suffered an ignominious defeat at the hands (or paws) of rabbits. After a military victory, Napoleon's chief of staff organized a rabbit hunt to celebrate. Thousands of rabbits were brought in to be set loose, but instead of hopping away when the cages were opened, they turned to attack, swarming the partygoers. After trying and failing to shoo them away, the great Emperor Napoleon ran for the safety of his carriage.


Dateline.... GERMANY

A guy in Germany is in trouble with his wife after claiming he was on a two-week business trip. Care to guess how she found he was instead on a long vacation with his girlfriend? Did you say social media photos?

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The former pastor of a Houston church allegedly stole more than $200,000 from his congregation. 36-year-old Toddrick Deshaun Johnson has been charged with theft and using deception to secure an executive document relating to stolen parishioner funds from Paradise Missionary Baptist Church. Johnson, who was hired in 2017, forged the church president’s signature in financial documents and then stashed $201,552 into a secret account, board members alleged in court papers. The hidden funds went undiscovered until a financial audit in 2018. Johnson then left the church when he was confronted about the missing money and is “no longer returning calls,” court documents show. The church’s board president, identified in court papers as Raymond Williams, told investigators he didn’t authorize Johnson or anyone else to open the account in his name.(

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A Flagler County, Florida man has been arrested after deputies say he was caught red-handed stealing groceries last Friday night, then later pretended to be a federal officer. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office responded to a shoplifting incident at Publix. They came into contact with a man later identified as 60-year-old Leroy Stotelmyer, who was caught trying to exit the store with two boxes of potatoes and a grouper fillet. Deputies say when the Publix Loss Prevention Officer stopped him, Stotelmyer stated he didn't have to pay for the items and identified himself as a U.S. Marshal. Stotelmyer then placed the shopping bag on the ground and exited the store. When the Loss Prevention Officer then approached Stotelmyer in his vehicle in the parking lot, they say Stotelmyer displayed a gold badge in a black holder that read “United States Marshal” on it. Stotelmyer was arrested and taken into custody for False Impersonation of a Federal Law Enforcement Officer, Petit Shoplifting, and Resisting a Merchant. He was booked into the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility. (


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 Florida man was arrested for writing profanity in the sand at a family beach area. FAKE NEWS
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