Show Notes for Tuesday, November 10, 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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November 10

Marine Corps Birthday

National Forget-Me-Not Day

National Vanilla Cupcake Day

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A poll finds red wine to be the most popular kind of wine. Red wine (69%) is the most popular among wine-drinking adults, followed closely by white wine (65%), and rosé (55%).

A survey of Facebook users finds we’re unhappy when a post doesn’t get any likes or comments. In fact, 72 percent of us say no reaction to a post can affect our mood, while just one like or comment can make things right again.

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Police on Tuesday identified the man accused of urinating on a fellow passenger during a Delta flight earlier this month as a pastor from Raleigh. A police report obtained by the Winston-Salem Journal says Daniel Chalmers was arrested at the Detroit Metro Airport after the flight landed on October 13th. According to the report, a passenger named Alicia Beverly told police she woke up on the plane around 2:45 a.m. to find a man urinating on her. Police said Beverly alerted the flight crew and the two were separated. When asked what had happened, Beverly reportedly replied: “He peed on me!” One of the officers noted that “the victims clothing was covered in his urine and the seat was as well.” The officer said in his report that he observed “a small, visually apparent wet spot in the groin area of his shorts” and that he smells of alcohol and his eyes were bloodshot. The man also told police he was on medication. He was cited for simple assault. (


Disney’s long-awaited streaming service Disney+ is here, and the volume of content available at your fingertips may feel overwhelming. Indeed, Disney Plus has launched with hundreds of movies and thousands of hours of TV shows to watch, all from Disney’s library of titles—and from Disney’s brand new, Disney Plus-exclusive content. The studio dug deep into its archives for this one, making available forgotten live-action films from the 60s, 70s, and 80s alongside a ton of Disney Channel Original movies. And that’s not to mention the catalogue titles from Pixar, Marvel, and Lucasfilm.

So with a robust lineup of movies available to stream on Disney Plus, we felt it necessary to help whittle down your choices of what to watch on the new streaming service. We’ve gone through the library and plucked out some of the best movies Disney+ has to offer, from animated classics to Marvel superhero movies to Star Wars films to even surprising live-action titles. There’s a little something for everyone in this list, further proof that Disney+ is not just programming for kids. They’re targeting the entire family. So below, peruse our list of the best movies to watch on Disney Plus.

Click here for a complete list of every movie and TV series streaming on Disney+.

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Smartphone users spend a third of their day using their mobiles. A survey (by Nottingham Trent University) found that participants within the 18-33 age bracket checked their phones about once every 10 minutes — up to 85 times a day. The study also found mobile use was typically confined to short bursts, with more than half of sessions lasting less than 30 seconds.

If you’re hosting Thanksgiving dinner this year, you can expect six things to go wrong. The odds say that the turkey will be one of those screw-ups, as more than half (56 percent) of those surveyed say that cooking the turkey correctly is one of the hardest parts about hosting Thanksgiving dinner. The top Thanksgiving fails:

1. Not all of the cooking is done on time

2. Not all the food is done cooking at the same time

3. Ran out of wine

4. Spilled a dish on the floor

5. Forgot an essential ingredient in one dish

Japanese sociologists and psychiatrists came up with the best pick-up line in the world. The line is: “This time next year, let’s be laughing together.” They claim that using “this time next year” sends a signal that the guy wants more than a one-night stand, while “together” gives the impression of romance and “laughing” makes it easy to deliver.

It’s a given that, through the end of the year, we’ll all add a pound or two — or five — due to extra holiday treats. Kids are also eating just as unhealthy this time of year so here’s an idea from a nutritionist: In exchange for the holiday goodies, tell the kids you’re not stocking the fridge with soda and juices. While this isn’t the best way to get kids to eat healthier, after the holidays end you can simply continue not stocking the fridge with all the bad drinks they love.

The average car owner manages to enjoy just nine hours a week behind the wheel. Research revealed while many are proud of the vehicle they own, the amount of time they actually spend driving it on the open road, and getting their money’s worth, is minimal. According to the stats, the rest of the time — around 159 hours per week — the vehicle is sitting idle on the driveway, in the garage, in a parking lot or outside their place of work.

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A man will pay $2 for a $1 item he needs.

A woman will pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn’t need.
Either way, men and women aren’t very good at math!


Dateline.... GERMANY

A woman in Germany totaled her car when she tried to eat a bowl of cereal while driving. She hit a parked car and a lamppost when she tried to pour milk over the cereal.

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Here’s a strange case of someone being a little too obsessed with photography. A woman who filed for divorce in Taiwan cited her husband’s obsession with photography as one of the main things that broke their marriage. The woman accused her husband of focusing so much on taking pictures that he lacked empathy towards his family and friends. The wife cited a number of examples of how the husband took his obsession “to an unhealthy level” by shooting photos at inappropriate times in their lives. In one case, when the couple took their baby son to the hospital for vaccinations he allegedly asked the doctor to give the baby a second shot in order for him to get the photo he wanted.

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Two guys in Haiti pleaded guilty to firearms charges after smuggling guns into the country. The men purchased 20 handguns and a number of frozen turkeys. They thawed the turkeys, stuffed them with the guns, refroze them, and carried them into the country in their luggage. But they were still caught by security.


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A Florida driving school was suspended after investigators said it was providing correct answers to people taking a written driver license test for $400!

The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles announced Monday. The agency said in a news release that Universal Driving School in Oakland Park charged undercover investigators at least $400 to take the exam and then ensured that they’d pass it. The driving school also sold investigators the Alcohol Drug Accident Prevention Training certificates even though they did not take the four-hour course required to receive them. A phone message left for Universal Driving School seeking comment wasn’t immediately returned.

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An Australian woman who won a $1.4 million lottery jackpot said she will abide by the terms of a long-held pact to give half of her winnings to her sister. The woman was one of ten winners in the October 31 lottery drawing. The woman told lottery officials: “I’ll be sharing half of it with my sister. She buys Set for Life tickets, and I buy the Saturday Lotto tickets, and we’ve always said if either of us wins, we’ll go halves. So I’ll stick to the agreement and give her half.”