Show Notes for Tuesday April 14, 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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April 14th
National Dolphin Day
National Ex Spouse Day
National Gardening Day
National Pan American Day
National Pecan Day
National Reach as High as You Can Day
Look up at the Sky Day

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A Huffington Post/YouGov survey found that 79% of Americans think that issuing “stay at home” orders was the right thing to do. (

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Florida authorities tracking a stolen car also discovered heroin, cocaine, guns and a baby alligator when they went to make an arrest. Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma announced details of the bust at a news conference Friday. He said a deputy ran the plates on a car, learned it was stolen, and followed it to a Lake Mary house. That's where deputies found the drugs and a baby alligator that was being kept as a pet. (


Dr. Drew Pinsky apologized for downplaying the coronavirus threat over the past two months. In a video Dr. Drew said: "My early comments about equating coronavirus with influenza were wrong. They were incorrect. I was part of a chorus that was saying that. And we were wrong. And I want to apologize for that. I wish I had gotten it right, but I got it wrong."

Woody Harrelson is one of a handful of celebrities sharing conspiracy theories that link the coronavirus to 5G WiFi towers around the world. (

A video of actor Ezra Miller choking a fan has gone viral. Some say the video was posted as a joke. (

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NASA is teaming with Space X to launch an American Rocket into space in late May.(

Many doctors believe the Coronavirus may permanently alter human desire to interact with one another. (

Cape Cod residents are filing a petition to close down bridges as college students continue to party on their beaches.(

Several student doctors in France have been forced into work because of the Coronavirus. (

A group of Homeless people in Las Vegas are being asked to sleep in a parking lot after a shelter was closed because someone tested positive for Coronavirus. Some people think they should be allowed to stay in the empty hotels.(

A study found that if you sent men and women back in a time machine, men are more likely to be willing to kill Hitler before he rises to power than women are.

Some zooms can be long, so you gotta come prepared. After all, you don’t want to get a case of the hangries in the middle of an all-staff meeting, right? Which is why zoom pros — people who’ve been zooming from home for about three weeks now — recommend you come prepared with a znack. The key, according to veteran zoomers, is to prepare ahead of time a snack which can be popped in your mouth as you lean off-camera for about a second. Think grapes, M&Ms, or a sandwich that’s been cut into tiny, bite-sized pieces. Nothing loud and crunchy!

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Blue Ivy Carter is the youngest person ever to appear on a Billboard chart. In January 2012, Jay-Z released his hit "Glory," a dedication to his firstborn child, Blue Ivy Carter. The rapper decided it would make sense to have her featured on the song, so he included a clip of her crying before the track ends. Because her dad officially credited her in the song's title, she became the youngest person ever to have a Billboard hit—at a mere two days old.


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A Japanese survey found that taking an extra 4,000 steps a day may reduce our risk of dying a premature death. (

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A Michigan man could face life in prison after admitting to cops that he’s the notorious “Cascade Flasher” — the serial perv who’s been turning stomachs in the western part of the state since the Clinton administration. Kent County deputies spotted Steven Todd Pastoor Wednesday as he stood naked from the waist down outside an apartment building, and peeped in a window. Cops followed 54-year-old Pastoor and arrested him at a nearby parking lot, where, still half-nude, he began strolling toward I-96. “He admitted to the repeated exposures dating back to the late 1990s,” Deputy Paul VanRhee wrote in a probable cause affidavit. Police said Pastoor, who has been charged with indecent exposure by a sexually delinquent person and aggravated indecent exposure, is suspected of exposing himself dozens of times in Cascade Township dating back to 2003. It’s unclear what prompted Pastoor — who has been released after posting bond — to allegedly confess. (

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Brevard County, Florida is under a burn ban and Brevard County Fire Rescue Chief Mark Schollmeyer says people need to follow the rules, especially during this coronavirus pandemic. They have already seen an increase in fires, like a 10-acre fire that happened Saturday in the Grant-Valkaria region. “We were informed that it was caused by a gender reveal using Tannerite and a weapon,” Schollmeyer said. “Something as seemingly innocent as a gender reveal, can turn into a large-scale disaster where homes are threatened,” he added. Schollmeyer said incidents like that can strain their resources. “Especially during all these potential COVID responses and medical responses it can quickly overwhelm resources and by that I mean, it will leave no resources to respond to those medical calls when needed,” Schollmeyer said. The Brevard County burn ban, which prohibits open burning, comes with an up to $500 fine and/or jail time if violated. (


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A Port St. Lucie man was busted for DUI and told the cops his 6-year-old daughter was driving ….. FAKE NEWS
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