Show Notes for Saturday, January 16 and Sunday, January 17, 2021


Today we visit with Brent Gleeson, a member of SEAL Team 5, some of the first SEALs deployed to Iraq in early 2003. He completed combat deployments in Iraq, Africa, and other theaters of war. After returning to civilian life, Brent earned an MBA and has built award-winning, multi-million dollar organizations that have repeatedly landed on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies. He is the author of TakingPoint and has starred in several reality shows including Mark Burnett’s ‘Stars Earn Stripes.’

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January 16

National Fig Newton Day

National Nothing Day

National Religious Freedom Day

National Without a Scalpel Day

National Use Your Gift Card Day


January 17

National Bootlegger’s Day

National Hot Buttered Rum Day

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A study (University of Chicago) polled married people and found that, on average, it took them just 172 days to decide that they wanted to get hitched. That’s about six months — and it’s less time, researchers found, than most people estimate they’ll need before making that big call. Surveyed singles told the researchers that they’d need about 210 days to make up their minds about their potential suitors.

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“And the cocaine,” a Florida man hinted, as he was being loaded into the back of a Collier County Sheriff’s patrol car. Deputies asked him to clarify. “I have cocaine in my butt,” 56-year-old Mustapha Ouardi answered. Ouardi had called 9-1-1 three times early last Wednesday morning from a McDonald’s— he said they had gotten “his burger order wrong twice.” When deputies arrived at the McDonald’s, employees said Ouardi had been yelling and cursing at staff over his mistaken order, and they wanted him taken from the premises. The deputy escorted the disgruntled customer from the burger joint. Upon searching his pockets, the deputy found marijuana folded into a napkin. While he was being placed into the patrol car, he then admitted to having another drug tucked away. He is facing charges for trespass of a structure or conveyance, marijuana possession not more than 20 grams, and resisting law enforcement without violence. (https://bit.ly/3hZKIc5)

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Sparks flew on “The View” this week as Joy Behar told Meghan McCain she didn’t miss her while she was on maternity leave. Joy and Meghan say they’re friends off the air. (https://pge.sx/38hFxkK)

Jennifer Lopez made headlines by posting a photo of her bikini clad bum on Instagram Thursday. (http://dailym.ai/38k5MH7)

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A public health campaign in the UK said kids between the ages of 4 and 10 consume the equivalent of 5,500 sugar cubes a year. The sugar comes in the form of juices, soft drinks, cookies, breakfast cereals, desserts, etc. Experts say a five year old shouldn’t have more than 19 grams of sugar per day — that’s five cubes.

How do you cut your sandwiches? The results of The Great Sandwich Survey of 2021 are in and 54% of you cut your sandwiches diagonal. 28% cut them horizontal. And 18% don’t cut them. We also find that 84% of you eat your sandwich crust on. The rest… crust off.

In Spain, a burglar fell asleep in front of the TV after eating several plates of food in an apartment he had broken into. The owner of the apartment returned home to find the man asleep on a sofa with the TV on. Thinking it was his son, he was about to put a blanket over him for warmth when he saw it was an intruder and tiptoed out to call the police.

West Virginia has been named the fattest state.

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Blue whales eat half a million calories in one mouthful

Those 457,000 calories are more than 240 times the energy the whale uses to scoop those krill into its mouth.

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In Beijing, bank surveillance video showed a man wearing a red hooded sweatshirt approach an ATM at 1:50AM and light his jacket on fire. He then jammed it into the card reader slot and left it burning before leaving the scene. The man told police he got the idea “from TV shows” but abandoned the plan when the machine did not spew money as he expected.

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A man was arrested Wednesday near Tokyo for allegedly forging and sending out dozens of special popsicle sticks to an ice cream manufacturer so they could be redeemed for popular Pokémon cards by the company. 43-year-old Takashi Ono is suspected of attempting fraud after he sent twenty-five fake popsicle sticks in November last year to confectioner Akagi Nyugyo Co. The company ran a competition last year in which people could send in rare lucky sticks from its popular popsicle brand Garigarikun in exchange for Pokémon game cards created for the event. The limited sticks were engraved with the words “You win a Gari-Pokemon card,” which could only be seen after consuming the ice cream. Akagi Nyugyo contacted the police after receiving multiple lucky popsicle sticks from what was believed to be one person. The ice cream manufacturer has warned consumers of the possibility that “fake lucky popsicle sticks are being sold” online. (https://bit.ly/3buFHHB)

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A Michigan family is happy to have their sweet puppy back home after what was supposed to be an ordinary delivery ended in heartbreak. Ashley Swinton was simply expecting a food delivery to her home from DoorDash. According to the news outlet, when the individual went to make the delivery, she left with the family's 8-week-old puppy named Bella. The woman was caught on camera taking the dog. “The video evidence, in this case, is very compelling,” said Detective Brian Price with Warren police. “This is a new one even for me. Pretty shocking when you watch the video and see it happen right in front of you.” “You can see her pet the dog, and rub the dog seeing if it was vicious," Swinton told WXYZ. "Then scoop the dog up and take the dog to her car.” Police found the 26-year-old, who has not been identified yet. Charges are expected.(https://bit.ly/3sdkKXu)

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A Florida grandmother was fined $5000 for running an illegal daycare. She was watching her 12 grandchildren without a license.

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College Student Starts Free Online Tutoring Service For Kids In Low-Income Families
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Show Notes for Friday, January 15, 2021


Today we visit with James “Murr” Murray from the Impractical Jokers TV Show. He has a new novel that came out last fall. “Don't Move” is a thriller. It's available now - https://amzn.to/3qb2bBo

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January 15

National Bagel Day

National Booch Day

National Hat Day

National Strawberry Ice Cream Day

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A One Poll survey found that the majority of Americans will quit their New Year’s Resolutions by February. (https://bit.ly/2LqtloG)

A One Poll survey found that two-thirds of parents are teaching their children ways to unwind after a chaotic 2020. (https://bit.ly/2Xng2YI)

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A Connecticut woman who eluded cops as the getaway driver in a liquor store robbery tried to sell the stolen booze on Snapchat. 21-year-old Aysia Ryan of Windsor, was busted Tuesday on charges including third-degree robbery and third-degree reckless endangerment in an August 28th heist at M&R Liquors in South Windsor. Police say that Ryan and an unidentified male accomplice entered the store and stole roughly $800 worth of alcohol. The pair fled when confronted by employees, including one who was struck on the arm by the getaway car Ryan was driving. “Officers attempted to stop the vehicle leaving the scene but were unable to do so, as Ryan began operating erratically,” police said in a statement. Investigators suspect the vehicle had been involved in several other robberies in nearby towns and managed to track down Ryan in part using surveillance video from the scene. Police said Detectives also discovered Ryan’s Snapchat account, where she offered the ill-gotten booze for sale. Ryan, who was arrested Tuesday, remained held on $215,000 bond at York Correctional Institution. (https://bit.ly/35iHSdi)

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Former “To Catch A Predator” host Chris Hansen says Jeffrey Epstein was once a target in a potential undercover sting that never went down. (https://pge.sx/2LAAbbt)

Fuller House” Star Candace Cameron Bure slammed online haters who criticized her family Christmas card. (https://pge.sx/3nhCEVg)

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There’s this thing that happens when a person sees a brand new human. Their hands turn into large magnets that pull straight up and out with a primal need to touch that baby. Just one big problem: the germs. Like the zoo has to post signs all over with the very common sense directive to not tap on the glass, parents also need to remind strangers that their babies are not for touching. For these moments, Etsy shop LittleLoveCanada has a solution: The “Please Don’t Touch” sign, which clips to your child’s car-carry seat or stroller.

Human hands evolved the way they did not so we could use tools but so we could punch each other better (University of Utah study). The lead researcher argued that we could have ended up with any of several different shapes if it were just about holding tools. But only one variation would allow us to make a fist and beat the snot out of each other. And that’s the one we got. Our fingers are short enough to curl into our palms, unlike other primates, and our glorious opposable thumbs can reach across the fingers to buttress the fist itself for maximum punching power.

Just last year, the idea of a voice-controlled refrigerator would’ve seemed silly. But in the age of COVID, telling the fridge to open itself so you don’t have to touch a germy door handle makes perfect sense. LG has introduced a 2021 line of InstaView fridges that can open the door with a voice command. That’s useful when you have your hands full with groceries, of course, but it could also be helpful during a pandemic where you have to be mindful of what you touch.

Did you think Facebook was just for posting pics of your grandchildren, sunsets and dogs? You should think again. Facebook has been linked to increasing the brain power in the elderly. The older generation is turning to the popular social media site to keep their minds sharp. A study found that the elderly, after learning to use Facebook, performed 25 percent better in tasks designed to measure their ability to continuously monitor and to quickly add or delete the contents of their working memory.

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Cats have fewer toes on their back paws

Like most four-legged mammals, they have five toes on the front, but their back paws only have four toes. Scientists think the four-toe back paws might help them run faster.

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A man escaped unscathed after a wild boar chased him around a hospital parking lot in Poland. When the man tried to flee, the boar pursued the man around a parked car until it apparently got bored. The man did not need hospital treatment.

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A Texas woman is accused of stealing a $10,000 dog and then driving for more than a mile as a store employee who tried to stop her clung to the hood of her car. Video captured store worker Alize James on the front of sedan as it sped through Harris County. "I was hanging on for dear life," James told NBC affiliate KPRC of Houston. She was working at Bully Kamp when a couple came in and discussed financing options for buying the exotic bully puppy, but while she stepped away, the couple grabbed the dog and ran, according to the station and court documents. James tried to stop them after they got in the vehicle, but the car accelerated and she was thrown onto the hood. The video shows that she remained on the hood until the car stopped. A male passenger got out, punched James, and threw her off the vehicle. Police are still trying to identify the man involved. (https://yhoo.it/2LbToQD)

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A California jogger who allegedly spat on random people for not wearing face masks has been arrested. 38-year-old James Howard was arrested after police in Glendale began receiving reports of a “shirtless male jogger who was spitting on random people outdoors.” That day, police were following up on the investigation when they got a call that a male jogger had just spit in a victim’s face. Responding cops found Howard, who matched the suspect’s description. He was arrested and charged with battery, elder abuse and a hate crime. Howard’s victims ranged in age from 13 to 78-years-old and, in some incidents, he used racial slurs during his assaults. Howard later admitted to police he committed still more assaults that had not been reported. Police say so far eight incidents have been linked to Howard. (https://bit.ly/3s9b6VD)

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A Florida woman who was busted back in February for calling 9-1-1 and saying she was horny is now being accused of doing it again. (https://bit.ly/2JHO6vA)

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Man Hospitalized For 2 Months Says Wife's Voice Helped Him Out Of Coma
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Show Notes for Thursday, January 14, 2021

THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!

Dear John,

My neighbor has been my insurance agent since shortly after we moved in next door to her. We have always gotten along and I consider her a friend. Over the last few years our rates have gone up a little, but we are still happy with them. Recently my cousin started working at a competing insurance agency and is now selling insurance. She has been asking me to move my business to her. I love my cousin, but she hops from place to place quite often. I really don't want to move my stuff to her, only to have her quit and move on in a few months. I also don't want to cause any issues in the family. We all support one another quite a bit. I think I may be the last person in the family to meet with her. I had some pretty good excuses before, but they are starting to get pretty flimsy! Should I just tell her I want to wait until I know she will be there a bit before I make any changes? Who knows, she may be able to save me money, but I also have a great neighbor who has been wonderful to work with.

Signed – Good Neighbor or Good Cousin

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January 14

National Dress Up Your Pet Day

National Hot Pastrami Sandwich Day

Ratification Day

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A study by Cornell University revealed that the universe is 14-billion-years-old. (https://bit.ly/3rZrWGn)

A study by Boston University found that sleeping nine hours per night doubles your risk of dementia. (https://bit.ly/397u1HE)

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A 28-year-old Florida man was arrested after “snoring loudly” and apparently sleeping behind the wheel in a McDonald’s drive-thru lane. The case of the dozing dude began about 3:47 a.m. when an Indian River County sheriff’s deputy went to a McDonald’s for a suspicious vehicle. A deputy spied a man in a Ford pickup parked in the outside drive-thru lane “snoring loudly.” The man seemed to be sleeping in the drive-thru lane. He eventually awakened and the deputy asked him for his license. “I don’t have one,” he is quoted as saying. His truck smelled of booze and his speech was slurred. The man, a Fort Pierce resident, participated in field sobriety exercises and was arrested on charges of DUI and knowingly driving with a suspended license. (https://bit.ly/3selpHU)

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Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Teresa Giudice celebrated “new beginnings” with her new flame Luis Ruelas. (https://pge.sx/35feNPI)

Bachelor” alum Demi Burnett, who appeared on the Colton Underwood season in 2019, says the reason two girls often wear the same dress on the show is because producers are trying to create drama. (https://pge.sx/3bnnvQ1)

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have quit social media for good. (https://pge.sx/3nqsRMI)

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Parents of tiny babies: When you’re home with the kid, keep a one-sided conversation going about anything and everything while you’re folding laundry, making dinner, or doing whatever else around the house. The the results of a study reveal that a steady stream of idle chatter from mom or dad’s mouth improves the child’s cognitive development, even more so than reading to them does.

Some robbers were arrested on a beach in Brazil after a man noticed two of them were wearing clothes stolen from his house.

A woman on Twitter has a good idea for couples who can never agree on what to watch: “What if there was an app that both you and your partner have where you both swipe right or left on movies that are on your streaming services and when you find a match it lets you know.”

The layout of your bathroom could be causing your luck to go right down the drain. That’s according to Rohit Arya, an expert in “vaastu,” which is the Indian equivalent of Chinese “feng shui.” Arya says it’s considered extremely bad luck to have your toilet in the same room as your shower or bathtub because it supposedly pollutes the same area where you clean yourself. Vaastu practitioners say you can’t really become prosperous unless you move your toilet out of your house — or at least put it in a separate room. Since nearly all bathrooms usually combine toilets with tubs, Arya says you can reduce your bad luck by simply keeping the lid of the toilet shut whenever you’re not using it. Arya is the author of the book Vaastu: The Indian Art of Placement.

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Octopuses lay 56,000 eggs at a time

The mother spends six months so devoted to protecting the eggs that she doesn’t eat. The babies are the size of a grain of rice when they’re born.

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Dateline.... GERMANY

Police in Germany caught the person responsible for breaking into a number of stores. The man would break in and pocket a few dog toys. He would also open and eat a can of cat food before leaving each store.

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Mississippi authorities say that a woman attacked her sleeping husband with a knife after dreaming he had been unfaithful. 33-year-old Lindsey Stephens was arrested on aggravated domestic assault charges after stabbing her husband multiple times in the back. Stephens told investigators she “had a dream that her husband was messing around,” police say, so she went into the kitchen, grabbed a knife, and attacked him while he was still in bed. The victim was hospitalized after suffering four to seven stab wounds. He underwent surgery Monday and is expected to be okay. Stephens made her first court appearance Monday where a judge set her bond $10,000. As of Thursday, she remains in custody at the Jones County Detention Center. (https://bit.ly/3bdMUvj)

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A Minnesota man got so enraged that people at his gym weren’t wearing masks, he pointed a handgun at a manager’s chest. 64-year-old Michael M. Florhaug was charged with assault with a dangerous weapon in the incident at an LA Fitness in Maplewood. Prosecutors allege assistant manager Mike Olson tackled and disarmed him after he complained to a desk employee about masks not being used by members. “I just kind of knew what had to be done,” Olson told the newspaper of disarming Florhaug. “It didn’t take much thinking. It was more of a reaction.” Florhaug told responding cops who arrested him that he wanted to get photos of people not wearing masks inside and claimed to have only “flashed the gun.” He remained jailed on $50,000 bail.(https://bit.ly/3on8ZLD)

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A Florida man was arrested for selling homemade moonshine at a farmer's market. FAKE NEWS

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Farmer Turned Astronaut Teaches Kids Not To Give Up
https://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/4103/Farmer-Turned-Astronaut-Teaches-Kids-Not-To-Give-Up

Show Notes for Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Today we visit Deon Taylor (THE INTRUDER, BLACK AND BLUE, MEET THE BLACKS, TRAFFIK) about his new LIONSGATE film, FATALE, the story of Derrick (Michael Ealy), a successful and married sports agent who after a one night stand with police detective Valerie Quinlan (Hilary Swank), finds his life upended when she entangles him in a murder investigation.

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January 13

Korean American Day

National Peach Melba Day

National Rubber Ducky Day

Stephen Foster Memorial Day

National Sticker Day

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A study by Duke University found that children with more self-control tend to lead longer, healthier lives. (https://bit.ly/3oz8SfZ)

A study by the University of Boulder-Colorado found that bodily emissions released during sweaty workouts create harmful chemicals in the air.(https://bit.ly/393YruE)

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A Pennsylvania man said he was “curious and bored” when he set fire to the old Johnsonburg Hotel last week. Johnsonburg police say Andrew Higdon is facing numerous felonies including arson, reckless burning, risking catastrophe, burglary and criminal trespassing. Authorities were called for a working fire at the three-story hotel just before 3:00 p.m. last Wednesday. After arriving on scene, a Johnsonburg police officer says he saw smoke billowing out of the top floor of the building, but none on the lower floors. Crews decided not to enter the hotel because it was abandoned and classified as a “dangerous structure.” The owners of the nearby garage told officers that Higdon had stopped into the garage shortly before the fire and was drinking alcohol. Police say Higdon never left the scene of the fire and appeared nervous the entire time. He eventually admitted to setting the fire, so officers took him into custody and found a lighter on his person. (https://bit.ly/2L9Scxi)

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Sources close to Kim Kardashian have confirmed that she’s getting divorced from Kanye West. (https://pge.sx/38llpOB)

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are struggling to decide how to divide their assets. (https://pge.sx/3scowjP)

Sources close to Kim Kardashian say Kanye West’s bizarre presidential run was the last straw for her.(https://pge.sx/3965Aui)

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Phil Collins’ ex-wife, Oriane Cevey, will be ending their months-long standoff and moving out of their Miami home after snatching up a $5 million dollar mansion with her new husband. (http://dailym.ai/3rRWeep)

R. Kelly has released a new song from prison called “Shut-up” to celebrate his 54th Birthday. (https://pge.sx/3owUy7V)

Neil Young has sold half the rights to his song catalogue for $150 million dollars. (https://bit.ly/38oRMfg)

A video of a Russian man eating ice cream in a Frozen Lake has gone viral. (https://bit.ly/2LmFQSe)

A flock of angry chickens attacked customers at a McDonalds Drive Thru in New Jersey over the weekend. (https://bit.ly/3qaJDRw)

Las Vegas police say a woman left her three-year-old daughter inside of a casino. (https://bit.ly/3bpRp64)

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“Running amok” is a medically recognized mental condition

Considered a culturally bound syndrome, a person “running amok” in Malaysia commits a sudden, frenzied mass attack, then begins to brood.

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A growing number of Americans are moving to Mexico City to escape the Coronavirus restrictions at home. (https://bit.ly/353wrG6)

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The owner of a gym in Minnesota used a hidden camera to spy on a woman as she disrobed in a tanning booth. The civil suit, filed last week in Wright County District Court, alleges that 45-year-old Snap Fitness franchisee Randall D. Roiger installed a surveillance camera in a tanning booth at the fitness center in Annandale, where he spied on the female customer “repeatedly” without her knowledge. The 42-year-old woman allegedly spotted the secret camera during a visit to the gym in January 2019 and then got in touch with cops. Roiger was later charged with misdemeanor interference with privacy. Roiger has agreed that using the camera was an invasion of privacy, but he has pleaded not guilty ahead of his trial set for March. Attorneys for Roiger, meanwhile, have denied that he watched the woman as she used the tanning booth, insisting he installed the camera in a corner of the booth’s ceiling behind a pinhole to prevent theft and “unauthorized use” of the unit. (https://bit.ly/3otNeK0)

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Police in Pakistan have detained a man who was riding through city streets dressed as a werewolf to scare people on New Year's Eve. The man is a resident of Peshawar city’s Moti neighborhood and was detained by Shah Qabool police for allegedly making roaring noises at people while riding his motorcycle. The city police have filed an initial charge sheet against the individual, who has not yet been identified, and say they are investigating his motives for the act. Pictures of the man, posing with the police in one and riding his motorcycle in the other, attracted a mixture of reactions on social media. Journalist Omar R. Quraishi posted one of the pictures on Twitter, where the man can be seen standing with handcuffs next to two police officers, still wearing his full-face werewolf mask. (https://bit.ly/3q7rRir)

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A Port St. Lucie man was arrested for trying to trade marijuana for food at a McDonald’s Drive Thru ….. FLORIDA (https://bit.ly/2U3J783)

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'You Can't Save Her': Hero Surfer Sprints Into Ocean And Rescues Woman
https://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/4102/-039-You-Can-039-t-Save-Her-039-Hero-Surfer-Sprints-Into-Ocean-And-Rescues-Woman

Show Notes for Tuesday, January 12, 2021


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
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January 12

National Curried Chicken Day

National Kiss A Ginger Day

National Marzipan Day

National Pharmacist Day

Shop for Travel Day

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A survey called “The Federal Risk Index” named Los Angeles as the most dangerous city in the country. (https://bit.ly/2JJ4uMt)

A new study found that people who travel frequently are happier. (https://bit.ly/3hUXkBw)

A new report claims the coronavirus has crushed the cocaine market but has lead to a spike in marijuana consumption. (https://bit.ly/3nhtdoH)

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According to an arrest report, after police found a scale and bags containing white and brown substances in his backpack, a Florida Man claimed that he was carrying “a bag of sugar and a bag of corn starch to bake a cake.” Investigators say that 30-year-old ex-con Jethro Geneus was a passenger in a Honda that was pulled over by Port St. Lucie cops around 3:00 a.m. on New Year’s Eve. Geneus was removed from the car after officers determined that he was the subject of an outstanding arrest warrant. A subsequent search of a backpack that was at Geneus’s feet on the front floorboard revealed “two large bags of a white and brown substance.” Geneus said that the seized substances were actually ingredients for a cake to be baked. However, a field test revealed that both substances--which weighed a combined two-thirds of a pound--contained Ecstasy. In addition to a narcotics trafficking count, he was charged with introducing contraband into a detention facility after he allegedly dropped a bag of meth while in custody at the county jail. (https://bit.ly/3nh1FzU)

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Katie Couric is going to host “Jeopardy” this week. (https://bit.ly/3s64k2O)

Parents around the country are excited now that the children’s show Caillou has been canceled. (https://bit.ly/3pZiS2q)

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The Sun is reporting that a mystery triangle shape has been spotted inside a secret hangar at Area 51. (https://bit.ly/3bhIp2J)

A Fisherman reeled in a decomposed body off the coast of Brooklyn on Tuesday. (https://bit.ly/397ZvNV)

A British vet says throwing a stick for a pet dog is dangerous and could damage its health. The vet (Royal Veterinary College) said owners should use rubber toys or balls instead. He’s cataloged serious injuries caused by dogs being stabbed by sticks they have run to fetch for their owners.

When it comes to owning a pet, there are definite ‘yes’ animals: dogs, cats, birds, fish. There are ‘maybe’ animals: monkeys, miniature horses, pigs. Then there are the definite ‘no’ animals: scorpions, wild boars, hippos. Let’s talk about that last one for a moment. A South African man was bitten and killed by a pet hippo he called “Humphrey”. Marius Els would often ride the hippo’s back as if it was a horse. Els previously said of the hippo that the animal was “like a son to me.”

The 2020 Olympics will be held next summer in Beijing — delayed a year due to the pandemic. In my opinion, it’s not too late to get Bubble Soccer added as a spectator sport. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ijop2gU_S4&feature=youtu.be


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We won’t spell it out here (though you can read it here), but the full name for the protein nicknamed titin would take three and a half hours to say out loud.

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Scientists in England say antidepressant use has soared in the country during the past year. https://bit.ly/38b8nmJ

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According to the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, a Florida man who rode his airboat through the streets of his neighborhood on New Year’s Eve threatened to kill deputies as they were taking him into custody. Deputies said they were called to Mimosa Avenue around 11:30 p.m. Thursday and saw a man, later identified as 40-year-old Joseph Prohaska, riding an airboat on the streets before pulling it into a yard. A public information officer said Prohaska knocked over trash cans and was shooting off fireworks during the incident. As deputies were on scene, they said Prohaska turned the airboat on and started to rev the engine “to cause a disturbance and mock law enforcement.” Prohaska was then placed under arrest but began making threats when deputies also tried to take his father into custody, telling them, “I will kill you if you hurt him.” He is facing charges of disorderly conduct and making threats to a law enforcement officer. (https://bit.ly/35bVO90)

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Police say that a British man tried to sneak a samosa into jail by hiding it between his buttocks. West Midlands Police said discovering the fried pastry was one of the most unusual incidents of 2020. “We’ve had a few odd incidents,” Inspector Manj Ahir told the website. “One that sticks in my mind was a man found with a samosa secreted between his buttocks during a search.” The hungry detainee apparently acted out of fear that he wouldn’t be able to get any decent food after being arrested. “He said he wanted to sneak it into the cell as a snack as he’d didn’t think the food was up to much,” Ahir said. The cop quipped: “He’d obviously not read our positive Tripadvisor reviews!” (https://bit.ly/3pPe9jV)

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A South Beach lifeguard claimed she shouldn’t be busted for indecent exposure because she worked at a nude beach ….. FAKE NEWS

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Woman Saves Family From Fire, And It Was All Caught On The Family's Ring Camera
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