Show Notes for Tuesday, June 9, 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 9
National Donald Duck Day
National Strawberry Rhubarb Pie Day
National Earl Day
Call Your Doctor Day

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A survey of 1,300 adults named the Electric Light Orchestra song, “Mr. Blue Sky,” as the happiest song ever. A lot of people think the Pharell Williams song “Happy” would be the happiest song ever. (

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A Northern New York man was arrested for the fourth time in a week after allegedly leading police on a 25-mile chase through several New York communities. Police tried to stop 20-year-old Roman Kintner on Interstate 87 in Peru. They say he was going 98-mph in a 65-mph zone. They say Kintner then took off on State Route 22 and went into the city of Plattsburgh. Police say he then went through Beekmantown, Chazy, and eventually into Altona, where they say he nearly hit Clinton County Sheriff's patrol cars. Police finally used spike strips to stop him. They say Kintner refused to leave the car and after a struggle with troopers he was arrested. He's charged with DWAI-drugs, fleeing from police and resisting arrest. He was released with tickets to appear in court. Police say Kitner was arrested three other times this week on traffic and drug charges. (


Laid off staffers from the Quibi streaming app are furious that Reese Witherspoon got a $6 million bonus after they lost their jobs. Quibi is known for short videos and movies that you can watch on your phone. (

Lea Michele apologized for making life a living hell for her former “Glee” co-star, Samantha Ware. (

Hannah Ferrier has been fired from the Bravo Show, “Below Deck: Mediterranean.” (

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Burger King has unveiled giant crowns that promote social distancing by keeping customers six feet away from each other. (

Disney World will require all guests to wear face masks when the park reopens in July. (
The Daily Mirror of London is reporting that Prince Harry had a secret Facebook account under the name “Spike Wells” from 2008 to 2012. (

Two fisherman in Sudbrook, Wales discovered a giant 5,000 year old horn that belonged to an extinct auroch. The auroch was an ancestor of domestic cattle and it roamed England in the Bronze Age. (

Denmark has reopened its theme parks, but the roller coasters are limited to one person per train. Lines are gonna a be a little longer. The parks are concerned that people screaming can spread the virus. (

The UK has made it illegal to have sex with someone who lives outside your household during Coronavirus lockdowns. (

Prince William and Kate Middleton are suing Tatler Magazine for an article about Kate that was, quote, “full of lies.” (

Buckingham Palace insiders say Prince Andrew won’t return to his Royal Duties anytime soon. (

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The Twitter bird's official name Is Larry. If you truly want to be among the savviest social media users out there, you should know that the Twitter bird has an official name: Larry the Bird (yes, like Larry Bird, the former pro basketball player who played for Twitter co-founder Biz Stone's home team, the Boston Celtics).


Dateline.... INDIA
An Indian Yogi who claimed to live without food or water has died at the age of 90. Doctors doubted his public claims that he could live without food. (

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It sounds bananas, but authorities in India say a troop of monkeys attacked a medical official and stole blood samples belonging to patients who had tested positive for the coronavirus. Earlier this week, a lab technician at a state-run medical college in Meerut was walking across campus when some rhesus macaques converged on him. The monkeys then snatched away blood samples that the lab tech was carrying that came from four COVID-19 patients who are undergoing treatment. Eyewitnesses reported seeing a monkey chewing on one of the sample collection kits while sitting at the top of a tree. In addition, the monkeys left parts of the stolen kits scattered on the ground, concerning local officials. SkyNews reports that since lockdown measures were imposed two months ago in the area, monkeys have been congregating in places that are normally crowded with humans. (

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An Australian man accused of breaking into the wrong house as he sought to fulfill another man’s sex fantasy has been found not guilty. A judge in New South Wales cleared Terrence Leroy of charges stemming from an incident last July where he was one of two men hired to carry out a stranger’s sexual fantasy of being tied up while clad in his underpants. Problem is, Leroy and his partner went to the wrong house. The case of mistaken identity began after a man living in western NSW near Griffith went on Facebook looking for someone willing to tie him up and then rub a broom handle around his underwear. “He was willing to pay $5,000 if it was ‘really good’,” Judge Sean Grant noted in the ruling. During the trial, Leroy’s attorney successfully argued that the whole mishap, as he told the court, arose from “a commercial agreement to tie up and stroke a semi-naked man in his underpants with a broom.” (


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A West Palm Beach School Bus Driver who lead Police on a 23-mile chase said, “He was trying to teach the kids a lesson.” ….. FAKE NEWS
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