Show Notes for Tuesday, June 30, 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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June 30

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A “Stress In America” survey found that 83% of Americans are very stressed about America’s future. (

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Two people caught joyriding through Italy in the buff were arrested by police. They say a woman was eating a slice of pizza while driving naked. Her passenger was also naked, holding a bottle of wine between his feet.


The 2021 Golden Globes will be delayed a couple of months due to COVID-19.

Chicken Run, the hugely successful clay animation movie, is finally getting a sequel 20 years later. It’ll be made by original creator Aardman Animations and released on Netflix, with production starting in 2021.

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Elon Musk has sold his LA Mansion for $29 million dollars. (

A new survey finds the average person has six home repairs or updates on their to-do list — and to complete just the top three would require an average of $680 combined.

A new feature for the Apple Watch can detect when you’re washing your hands. Once it senses you’re washing your hands, Watch will set a timer for 20 seconds, the amount of time the CDC recommends you wash to avoid spreading germs.

In education and private industry, science and math fields are dominated by men. One of the factors in creating such a disparity, a study suggests, may be male overconfidence. Researchers at Washington State University found men consistently overestimate their mathematic abilities, while women more humbly (and accurately) rate their aptitudes. Men aren’t better at math, scientists say — they just think they are. According to middle and high school testing results, young women are more able mathematicians and scientists.

A study finds that if processed foods are labeled as healthy, people tend to overindulge in them.


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When President Carter pardoned draft dodgers, only half returned. During the Vietnam War, many men who were drafted into the military refused to serve for various reasons and instead left the country to avoid prosecution. Then, in 1977, newly inaugurated President Jimmy Carter fulfilled one of his campaign promises by pardoning draft dodgers. This allowed them to return home without the fear of being arrested. Despite this, only around half actually came back. Many of them assumed that they would still face ill-will from the American public and had already settled into places like Canada that welcomed the healthy and educated workforce.


Dateline.... AUSTRALIA

An old guy in Australia attempted to steal a woman’s car at knifepoint, but he failed to flee the scene quick enough. The man allegedly took too much time loading his walker into the vehicle.

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Wildlife officials are searching for an alligator that bit a man directly in the face. Largo Police Department spokesman Lt. Scott Gore told Creative Loafing Tampa Bay that Travis Spitzer was in waist-deep water at Taylor Lake at around 5:00 a.m. Friday, June 12th looking for Frisbees at a “disc golf park” when the gator bit him in the face. “He used his left hand to pry himself free and as a result had lacerations to his face and hand,” said Gore. “He was transported for medical care and is expected to recover. FWC is responding for the gator.” The incident comes as Florida is at the peak of alligator mating season, which often runs from May to July depending on temperatures. During this period, it’s not uncommon to see gators roaming around and being more active, says the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. (

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A man in northern Arizona has been arrested for allegedly confronting Census Workers with a shotgun. It happened in a community north of Ash Fork. According to the Coconino County Sheriff’s Office, the census workers were checking an address for a property located in the Kaibab Estates West area when they heard a loud gunshot. The workers then got back into their car to leave the area, but the road was blocked by another vehicle. That's when sheriff's officials say a man carrying a shotgun approached them. The workers say they identified themselves, and then left the area. The man was later identified as 55-year-old Kory Beihn. Deputies say that after conducting an investigation, Beihn was arrested and booked into the Coconino County Detention Facility. He could face charges involving threatening and intimidating. (


I read a headline, you guess if the story is something that really happened in the great state of FLORIDA or is it #FakeNews made up to trick you and amuse me

A Jacksonville Mom set an Umpire’s car on fire after he called her daughter out during a T-ball game ….. FAKE NEWS

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After Viral Video, People Raise $62,000 For 70-Year-Old Paleta Vendor's Retirement