Show Notes for Tuesday March 3, 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 3
National Anthem Day
National Cold Cuts Day
National I Want You to be Happy Day
National Mulled Wine Day
Soup It Forward Day

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A survey by “Greene King” found that 51% of employers still judge their applicants by appearance. (

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The munchies put this Ohio man in a sticky situation. And I'm not just talking about the syrup. Last Sunday around 1:15 p.m. the Berea Police pulled over a 41-year-old Parma Heights man. According to, “Police had stopped the man’s Chevrolet Malibu on Eastland near Sheldon Road after seeing the vehicle weave twice on Lou Groza Boulevard.” The suspect had a reasonable excuse for swerving all over the road - he was eating a pancake while driving. The police also smelled pot in the man's Chevy Malibu. The man said he smoked the day before. However, a quick search told a different story. Police found a baggie of marijuana in the man’s jacket. He acted surprised and said he had forgotten it was there. Inside the car, police found two marijuana cigars, one inside a folded lottery ticket and another wrapped in foil. Police confiscated the marijuana. The man was given a warning for eating pancakes while driving. (


Chris Pratt is letting fans in on a big secret — the title for the third Jurassic World film. The upcoming sequel in the rebooted franchise will be titled Jurassic World: Dominion. The title was revealed on the first day of filming by Pratt.

The psychological thriller Invisible Man is the No. 1 movie in North America, earning $29 million in its debut weekend. Coming in at No. 2 is Sonic the Hedgehog with $16 million.

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BE READY FOR SUNDAY, MARCH 8th The United States first adopted Daylight Saving Time in 1918 as a way to conserve energy during World War I, following the lead of both England and Germany. But why do we switch at 2AM? According to the book Spring Forward: The Annual Madness of Daylight Saving Time, Sunday morning at 2AM was when "[a time change] would interrupt the least amount of train travel around the country.
A new book claims that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has his arm pits blow dried before important speeches. (

Police in Troy, Michigan, were called to a McDonald’s at around 3 AM on February 15 for a report that people were sleeping in the drive-thru. When officers arrived, they approached two separate vehicles and found both drivers asleep at the wheel. The drivers did not know each other, and both admitted to having a couple of drinks.

Research shows that watching a curvaceous woman can feel like a reward in the brain of men.

A prominent animal psychologist has conducted a study that proves dogs can experience actual love towards humans. (

Health Officials are warning of a second strand of influenza that’s spreading across the country. (

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Chinese police use geese squads. You've heard of police dogs, but police geese? As of 2013, 12 police stations in a rural area of China have begun to use geese as sentries. They are alert animals and, as you probably know, can create a lot of noise and commotion, which creative Chinese law enforcement officers are taking advantage of. While this trend has yet to spread throughout China, Dongwan police claim that the geese have already stopped at least one theft.


Dateline.... Nicaragua
Nicaragua’s last newspaper wrote a critical piece about the government and lost all of its ink and paper the following morning. (

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What’s one to do when your employer eliminates your position? In the case a now ex-police chief from New Hampshire, he walked home in his underwear in the middle of a snowstorm. Richard Lee was the police chief in the town of Croydon for about twenty years before he was stripped of his duties after a recent board meeting. According to the Valley News, the three-person board voted to get their crime coverage solely from the New Hampshire Police Department. Lee was a part-time member of the police department, thus he wasn’t needed anymore. The man was told to turn in his uniform, guns, and keys to his police cruiser. So, he did just that right in front of the board chair Russell Edwards. With no extra change of clothes or a ride home, Lee walked in a snowstorm before his wife picked him up. Lee told Valley News that he feared being arrested if he had left the meeting with his gear. Edwards disputed that, stating Lee’s actions were unnecessary. (

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A Florida Man was arrested on a felony battery charge after allegedly dumping a bucket of cow manure over the head of a victim. 47-year-old Jose Ramirez-Callejas attacked the victim at a dairy farm in Crystal Springs, a community about thirty miles north of Tampa. The complaint does not indicate whether Ramirez-Callejas or the victim work at Spoto’s Palm River Dairy. Investigators allege that Ramirez-Callejas “scooped the cow manure into the bucket and dumped it over the victim’s head” early Wednesday afternoon. Ramirez-Callejas reportedly admitted to police that he doused the victim with cow manure. A cop reported observing “cow manure on the victim’s forehead and leg.” Ramirez-Callejas, who is listed as a transient in the complaint, was booked into the Pasco County jail. (


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 was arrested for reckless endangerment after he had his 10-year-old daughter drive him home from a bar ….. FAKE NEWS
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