Show Notes for Tuesday April 28, 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 28th
National Blueberry Pie Day
National BraveHearts Day
National Great Poetry Reading Day
National Superhero Day
Workers’ Memorial Day

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A Treasury Survey found that the Coronavirus has officially put twenty-two million Americans out of work. (

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How do two men get charged with DUI at the same time, from the same vehicle? In an only-in-Florida-like incident, the men, apparently brothers, allegedly got behind the wheel of the same vehicle, in front of police. Palm Beach Gardens police got a call about a reckless driver around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday. When an officer arrived, they found 24-year-old Alfredo Lopez Chaj behind the wheel of a running blue Nissan SUV near the Paloma neighborhood. But by the time the officer got to the vehicle, Alfredo was standing outside the SUV. 20-year-old Martin Lopez Chaj then slid from the passenger seat to the driver’s seat and tried to put the car in reverse in an attempt to flee, but the officer pulled him out. By law, police say, a person is considered driving if he or she is in any way in control of a running vehicle, even if it is not moving. The report went into detail about both men smelling of alcohol and showing signs of impairment. Both, it also noted, had wet their pants. They were booked early Thursday morning at the Palm Beach County Jail. (


American Idol began the live (to tape) shows, with all 20 finalists and the judges at home. Ryan Seacrest will anchor the show from his house, where he happens to have the American Idol desk from its original airing on FOX. Because the live shows were delayed, there will be multiple eliminations each week. Producers sent iPhone cameras and lighting kits to the contestants, and have been working with them on how and where to shoot their performances at home, and on how to do their wardrobe, makeup and hair by themselves.. The performances will be taped in order to get the show ready for broadcast, as well as keep the contestants on an equal playing field, in case someone’s camera fails.

Former “Real Housewife Of New York” Bethany Frankel reportedly threw a fit when producers said the show doesn’t need her. (

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With more people staying at home, communicating through digital channels and aiming to maintain at least six feet of distance from others at all times, fresh breath has declined in importance. A new report says gum and mint sales are down around 40 percent since the start of the pandemic.

The upcoming national spelling bee has been canceled.

Millions of people started receiving their emergency stimulus checks last week, but people are still hurting, still without a paycheck, and still wondering if and when they’ll have a job to go back to. And so it’s no wonder that in a new survey, 84 percent of Americans would like to receive a second round of governmental help as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

An engineer who goes by the YouTube handle StupotMcDoodlepip has built a laser helmet to help others stay six feet away. The laser on his helmet spins around quickly as it shoots light down to the ground, giving the appearance of a six-foot-wide circle around the man.

Germany’s iconic Oktoberfest celebration has been canceled for 2020 because of the COVID-19 outbreak. The traditional celebration is typically held in Munich from mid-September until early October. While this year’s festivities are still a few months away, officials decided to make the call early because of the dangers of gathering in large groups amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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Ants have a built-in FitBit. While previous research found that ants use visual cues, a 2007 study discovered that desert ants have an internal pedometer that helps them keep track of their travels and find their way back home.


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A Japanese man found out the hard way that hell hath no fury like a woman scorned. When a woman found out her longtime boyfriend cheated she took all his beloved Apple gadgets and drowned them in a bathtub. Then, in order to drive the knife home, she took photos of what she had done and sent them to him.

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A 70-year-old Toms River, New Jersey man was arrested twice in less than three hours Saturday after violating the state’s emergency orders during the Coronavirus pandemic by entering separate Wawa stores without a mask and threatening to hit people with a pipe. Stephen Breza became belligerent when he walked into a Wawa in Toms River at around 11:00 a.m. and was told he needed to have his face covered, the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General said Monday. Breza then started screaming and cursing at employees before threatening to hit another customer with a pipe, according to Toms River police. He screamed at the responding officers and resisted arrest prior to being taken into custody. After being booked and released, Breza went to a different Wawa at about 1:30 p.m. and again entered without a mask. He then punched a customer in the face and went to his car to get a pipe, which he began waving around. He was charged with violating emergency orders, disorderly conduct, and failure to submit to fingerprinting. (

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A half-naked woman in southern California lost it and destroyed at least 100 plates at a Denny’s restaurant. The topless woman was grabbing plates late Thursday morning and smashing them to the ground. Police showed up while she was still in the middle of her plate-destroying riot, and eventually controlled the situation and detained the woman. Police later said they’d gotten a call about a woman at a bus stop taking her clothes off and arguing with people before making her way into the Denny’s. Police believe she was under the influence of something.


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Police in Miami City were forced to arrest a 9-1-1 Operator who refused to take calls because she was, quote, “Fighting with her man” ….. FAKE NEWS
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Grocery Store Catches Man Stealing, Sends Him Home With Bags Of Groceries