Show Notes for Tuesday, January 26, 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 OR HERE

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January 26

National Green Juice Day

National Peanut Brittle Day

National Spouses Day

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A new study found that driving past more fast-food restaurants on the way to school will not impact a child’s weight. (

Just how much old information is sitting in your smartphone? A survey finds 52 percent of us have never deleted files, apps, or anything else from any of our devices. Another 33% said they have files on their phones or other devices that are ten or more years old.

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Police arrested a West Monroe man on suspicion of urinating on public property and disturbing the peace after authorities received a suspicious activity complaint. According to the complainant, a group of men were outside a house on Oak Street yelling and one person urinated on the side of a house. Police made contact with the apparent driver of a vehicle, who refused to identify himself, though officers later learned his name was 20-year-old Kolbieray Garrett Hamilton. Hamilton told officers he had done nothing illegal. Officers said his breath smelled of alcohol and his speech was slurred. Hamilton also refused to remove his hands from his pocket and also refused to be handcuffed. "Without being asked, Hamilton stated he had permission to urinate on the house," stated the arrest report. He was booked at the Ouachita Correctional Center on the above charges as well as on one count of resisting an officer. (


Pamela Anderson told Piers Morgan during an interview that vegans make better lovers. (

Ben Affleck and Ana De Armas reportedly split up because they couldn’t agree whether they should have children together. (

Gwyneth Paltrow’s vagina scented candle reportedly exploded inside a British woman’s home. (

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Rapper “A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie” is being accused of clogging all the toilets at the New Jersey Mansion he was renting. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has three number one albums. (

When’s the last time you opened a pizza box and found parts of your cheesy pie stuck to the inside of the lid? If it’s been a long time, you have the inventor of the Pizza Saver to thank. The Pizza Saver was first patented in 1985 by Carmela Vitale of Dix Hills, New York.

The shelf-life of a hobby is just 16 months. Researchers who polled 2,000 adults identified work commitments, busy family life and lack of motivation as the reasons we don’t stick with interests for longer. 25% of adults have quit a hobby having never used any of the items or accessories they purchased especially for it. For those with a hobby, the average person will dedicate 245 hours a year to it — more than 10 days over a 12-month period.

Want a simple way to be happier? According to the book The Happiness Advantage, every morning send a friend, family member, or co-worker an email to say thanks for something. There’s tons of research showing that over time, this alone — one little email a day — can make you happier.

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The hottest spot on the planet is in Libya.

Specifically, the hottest spot ever recorded on Earth is El Azizia, in Libya, where a temperature of 136 degrees Fahrenheit was recorded on Sept. 13, 1922. While hotter spots have likely occurred in other parts of the planet at other times, this is the most scorching temperature ever formally recorded by a weather station.


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Vladimir Putin celebrated the Orthodox Epiphany in Moscow by taking a dip in freezing water. (

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Japanese Investigators can finally close the book on “The God of Toilets Case.” Investigators in Chiba Prefecture had a hard case to crack. Sure, they’re trained to deal with criminals, but this time around, they weren’t up against just any common crook. After a string of serial toilet thefts took place in Funabashi City, they started dubbing the caper “The God of Toilets Case.” It all began back in October, when a construction crew part-way through building a house in Funabashi showed up to the job site to discover the toilet had disappeared since their last shift. It wasn’t long until another porcelain throne vanished from a different under-construction house, and from there the reports kept coming in, with the eventual commode count reaching eighteen pilfered poop pots. But the police finally have their god/man, having traced the thefts to 26-year-old office worker Ryusei Takada, who was arrested and taken into custody earlier this week. Takada was previously employed at a home construction company, and it’s likely that his knowledge of on-site work flow and common security measures enabled him to continue his crapper crime spree for as long as he did.

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A woman is in custody after allegedly stealing a mail truck in Brooklyn and slamming it into at least 10 parked cars. Shocking video of the car carnage shows the driver repeatedly accelerating and reversing into the vehicles around her — including a police car — as she’s surrounded by screaming NYPD officers. The postal panic began just after 6:00 p.m. on Fulton Street and Patchen Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. That’s where a 21-year-old woman got behind the wheel of an unoccupied Postal Service truck and took it on a reckless joyride that lasted seven blocks, sources alleged. When the mail truck gave out at Fulton and Troop Avenue, she tried to flee on foot but was quickly taken into custody. Miraculously, no one was hurt in the suspect’s terrifying express ride, but more than 10 parked cars were damaged. Charges are pending against the young woman, and her identity has not been released.


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 won $1Million in a lottery and gave all of the money away within a month. FAKE NEWS

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