Show Notes for Tuesday, December 29, 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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December 29

National Hero Day

National Pepper Pot Day

Tick Tock Day

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A study by Frontiers in psychology found that people enjoy taking selfies, but not seeing them online. (

A survey shows women keep their favorite piece of clothing for 12 years. The survey also discovered that the average woman has more than 125 items of clothing in her wardrobe but that she wears less than a quarter of them regularly.

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Police in Germany pulled a man over for drunk driving. So he decided to pass himself off as someone else. Police say the driver’s details seemed to be correct when he told them who he was — until their records showed the man matching his description was registered as having a glass eye. A flashlight shone in face soon disproved this. His eye, of course, responded to stimulus. So then he said he used to have a glass eye, but didn’t any more.


It seems nobody misses sitting in the dark with a jumbo popcorn more than Wisconsinites. A new survey finds residents of the Badger State miss movie theaters more than any other state during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has shut down or sharply reduced capacity for theaters around the world. Tech site, which specializes in compiling maps about trends in entertainment, streaming services and more, combed through Twitter, tracking tweets and keyword phrases such as “I miss movie theaters” and “I miss going to the movies” in more than 200,000 tweets. Using geotagged Twitter data, then mapped where those phrases came up more often. No. 1 was Wisconsin, followed by Utah and Oregon.

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A six-year-old Connecticut boy racked up $16,000 in charges on his mom’s credit card while playing video games on her iPad. (

Two married school teachers died of COVID-19 while holding hands in a Texas hospital. (

Police in Maine arrested a man who chased McDonald’s employees with a chainsaw. (

Wisconsin health officials issued their annual warning against the holiday tradition of eating raw meat sandwiches, otherwise known as “Tiger Meat” (

Rabbits in Utah are being plagued by a highly contagious virus that is not transmissible to humans. (

The first of Ford's 2021 Electric Mustang's are hitting the road this week.(

Have you purchased the Cosmic Crisp apple over the past year? It was a year ago this week (2019) that the new variety of apple debuted across the U.S. The apple variety was developed by Washington State University and Washington apple growers, who paid for the research. The apple is called Cosmic Crisp because of the bright yellowish dots on its skin, which look like distant stars.

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Dateline.... PORTUGAL

A Portuguese man was left standing at the altar after his would-be bride was reportedly locked up in her room by her father who opposed the wedding. While the groom and guests from both families waited at the church, the bride’s father used a shotgun to prevent her from leaving her room. Police were called, dad was arrested, the bride and groom were married.

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A bizarre moment involving a camel walking into a Bath and Body Works store with its owner in Nevada was captured on video. The large animal can be seen plodding slowly through the entrance as it is led by its owner, who is wearing a cowboy hat. Customers and staff already in the store make way for the camel as it enters the building. “Ok, you all, for whatever reason there's a full actual camel at Bath and Body Works,” one woman said in a video posted on social media. The woman was shopping at a store next door at the time when she spotted the camel being led by its owner with a red leash. Despite the strange spectacle, the camel received little fanfare as the streets appeared quiet. She revealed she posted the video “because my best friend said that it was hilarious and the world should see it.” (

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It had the makings of a dangerous situation involving an apparent knife attack on a woman. The father of the Wisconsin woman hurriedly reported to authorities in late November that she sent him a text saying she was being stabbed. The Winnebago County dispatch center contacted Menasha police, and eight officers were sent to the woman's apartment. “He indicated that his daughter was being stabbed, possibly by a live-in boyfriend. He provided an address to check on," said Menasha police officer Nick Oleszak. Officers were positioned outside the apartment, when — to everyone's surprise — the woman showed up. It turned out that she hadn't been stabbed after all. She wasn't feeling well and went to a clinic in Neenah to be tested for COVID-19. She sent a text to her dad to let him know she was being swabbed. But she sent it without noticing that autocorrect changed "swabbed" to “stabbed.” “She said she was fine and it was all a misunderstanding,” Oleszak said. (


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 Florida man dressed as Santa, was caught in a chimney as he tried to rob a home on Christmas Eve. FAKE NEWS

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