Show Notes for Tuesday March 24, 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 24
National Chocolate Covered Raisin Day
National Cheesesteak Day
National American Diabetes Association Alert Day

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A new study found that eating fish during pregnancy can be good for the child.

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Each day we share stories about people doing dumb things under the influence, but ADDICTION IS NO LAUGHING MATTER! If you or someone you know needs help, we're here! Learn more at
A drunk university student trying to get home from a night on the town woke up in an Uber 250 miles away from his destination with a $1,700 bill. The engineering major told a college news website that he got in the car in Newcastle, U.K., and accidentally typed a Norwich address into the app. James, as he asked to be called to remain anonymous, said he slept through most of the five-hour trip and couldn’t believe what happened upon his arrival. “When I woke up, I literally thought it was a dream. Surely, I hadn’t done this,” he said. The bill ended up being 1,307.64 pounds, but when the driver figured out what happened he decided not to charge him for the trip. James gave him a five-star rating for the generous gesture and then got on a train home. Unfortunately, he got fined for not having a train ticket and missed his classes at Newcastle University the next day. (


Rosie O’Donnell is brought back her show Sunday as a one night fundraiser for the Actors Fund. (

73-year-old Suzanne Somers has been hosting online cocktail parties from her home to entertain fans during the quarantine. (

Arnold Schwarzenegger is being slammed for a PSA he filmed in a hot tub.

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Chances are you’re using way, way too much detergent in your laundry machine. The New York Times once ran a story that quoted appliance expert Vernon Schmidt, who shared, “Most people use 10 to 15 times the amount of soap they need, and they’re pouring money down the drain.”

A man is accused of exploiting a flaw in the Arizona Lottery vending machines to get over $55,000 worth of lottery tickets. Everado Najera-Nava has been charged with computer tampering and fraud.

A new study found that macho men are more likely to suffer from health and social issues in old age. (

Former Florida Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum is leaving politics after he was caught in a hotel room with a male escort who was smoking methamphetamines. (

With spring just around the corner, some homeowners in some parts of the country are already putting down lawn weed-and-feed. And guess what: it’s making their neighbors jealous. We know this because a well manicured lawn is the second most envied thing among neighbors. Not too far in front of a well manicured lawn is a clean house exterior. Flowers, no weeds, a nice front porch, classy exterior lights, potted plants and a nice mailbox all make the top ten.

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Some planets produce diamond rain. Saturn and Jupiter are gas giant planets that produce a truly unique form of weather. Recently, scientists discovered that there is plenty of carbon in these atmospheres. When carbon soot gets hit by lightning, it hardens into graphite and falls downward, where the pressure of the atmosphere hardens it further, until it becomes… a diamond! Storms on these planets may literally rain diamonds as big as a centimeter across.


Dateline.... ICELAND
Iceland has shut down all of its pubs. (

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A Montrose, Colorado, woman and her daughter were arrested after police said they illegally sold human bodies and body parts from their funeral home. 43-year-old Megan Hess and her mother, 66-year-old Shirley Koch, were the owners of Sunset Mesa Funeral Directors. The Denver Post reported that they were indicted on charges of obtaining and selling body parts, including legs, heads, and a spine from their funeral home. Some of the body parts had infectious diseases, and some were mailed across the world. U.S. Attorney Jason Dunn said Hess and Koch allegedly sold body parts and gave the incomplete cremated remains to surviving family members from 2010 to 2018, The Denver Post reported. Their scheme brought in hundreds of thousands of dollars. Hess allegedly gave one family concrete instead of cremated remains and embalmed another’s body without the permission of the family. (

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A person in Texas was arrested for falsely claiming in a social media post to be infected with the Coronavirus. The unidentified person allegedly said over the weekend that they tested positive for the virus at Tyler County Hospital. The DA’s office charged the person with circulating a false report. In a separate Facebook post, the DA’s office warned that one can be charged with a crime for “knowingly communicating, initiating, or circulating a false report/false alarm of COVID-19 that one knows is false or baseless.” As of Tuesday, The Lone Star State had recorded sixty-four cases of Coronavirus, according to the Texas Department of State and Health Services. None of those sixty-four cases have come out of Tyler County. (


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 Palm Beach man drove his Ferrari into the water because “Jesus told him to.” FLORIDA (
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90-Year-Old Woman Who Contracted Coronavirus Is Now Recovering