Show Notes for Tuesday, November 17, 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 17

National Baklava Day

National Take A Hike Day

National Homemade Bread Day

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A new study found that many COVID-19 patients will develop mental illness. (

Scientists at the University of Santa Maria have examined the first complete brain of a dinosaur. (

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A Phoenix man has been arrested on multiple charges after police say he drove under the influence of alcohol in a cemetery, hitting four cars, striking one pedestrian and running over a tombstone. His girlfriend and three children were in the car at the time. The incident happened on Sunday afternoon at the Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery. Police received a call about an injury accident at the property. When officers arrived and located the suspect, 26-year-old Rafael Rodarte, they say he began to vomit as they approached him. When asked why he was throwing up, police say Rodarte told the officers he had been “drinking earlier.” Rodarte has been booked into the Fourth Avenue Jail. He faces charges of aggravated criminal damage, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, child abuse, endangerment, DUI, and aggravated DUI.(


Critics are hammering Mel Gibson's new Christmas movie, giving it one star. It's called "Fatman" and it's about a rich kid who gets coal in his stocking and hires a hitman to kill Santa. (

Tayshia Adams did not send any men home during her first appearance on “The Bachelorette.” Adams is on the show because Clare dumped all the guys mid-season and left the show. (

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A video of a monkey trying to steal a British man’s birth certificate out of his backpack on the Rock of Gibraltar has gone viral. (

A photo of a snake eel bursting out of a bird’s stomach as it flew in mid air has gone viral. (

The makers of Jameson Irish Whiskey are giving away a $5,000 whiskey tree that’s made from 100 bottles of booze.(

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will only float down one block at this year's parade. Nobody is allowed to attend the parade in person.

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According to a Yale University study, the food scent most recognizable to American adults is coffee. Peanut butter is second.



Lockdown was named “word of the year” by the UK-based Collins Dictionary. (

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Gun owners know about keeping their weapons away from children. But dogs? Well, that’s also a good idea too, as a Plano man found out last weekend. “Imagine having your pistol tucked inside your waistband and while picking up your dog, a paw gets lodged in the trigger and fires the weapon, sending a bullet into and through your thigh. Well, that happened here in Plano,” according to a post on the police department’s Facebook page. The man’s injury was not life-threatening. “Fortunately, it was just a through and through shot — it didn’t hit a main artery or anything,” Plano police officer David Tilley said in a phone interview. “He took himself to the hospital and he’s fine.” The incident led Plano police to issue tips for the safe and responsible use of firearms.(

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Police charged a Youngstown, Ohio woman with child endangerment after her child grabbed a gun from inside her purse and fired a shot inside a Sam’s Club store. The shooting occurred Saturday at the Sam’s Club in Boardman, Ohio. According to the police report, 31-year-old Amanda Karr told officers that her 7-year-old child was in the bottom of the shopping cart with her purse that contained the gun in a concealed compartment. She said she looked away for a short time, heard the boom and realized her child had pulled the gun out of her purse, released the safety, and pulled the trigger. Police confirmed Karr does have a concealed carry permit. Although no one was struck by a bullet, both a store employee and a customer complained of leg pain following the shot, and officers discovered both bullet fragments and pieces of plastic believed to be from a shopping cart scattered around the area. (


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A West Palm Beach man caught a 17 foot, 120 pound python with his bare hands after seeing it on the side of the road ….. FLORIDA (

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