Show Notes for Tuesday, April 13, 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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April 13th

National Make Lunch Count Day

National Peach Cobbler Day

National Scrabble Day

National Thomas Jefferson Day


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A new study shows that taking short breaks at work can boost productivity. (https://bit.ly/2PYktsI)

According to a new survey, some Americans are making money off of their pandemic hobbies. The recent survey of 2,000 people also finds that 60% say they’ve improved their skills in one or more hobbies since last March. (https://bit.ly/3cMIZpI)

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Drugs with a street value of more than $1.1 million were found in a Sampson County home during an investigation last week. On March 26th, members of the Sampson County Special Investigations Division were following up on complaints at a home on Hunt Lane and executed a search warrant. Investigators located 44 pounds of crystal methamphetamine, 16 pounds of cocaine, 1,221 blue counterfeit pills containing fentanyl, four rifles, two pistols, two vehicles, and $38,000 in U.S. currency. The drugs have an estimated street value of $1.1 million, according to investigators. 32-year-old Rumulo Medrano, who lives at the home, was taken into custody and charged with Trafficking methamphetamine, Trafficking cocaine, Maintaining a dwelling for sale of a controlled substance, Maintaining a vehicle for sale of a controlled substance and Five counts of possession of a firearm by felon.(https://bit.ly/2PKeTtQ)

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Godzilla vs. Kong” has topped the pandemic box office with a $32 million domestic opening weekend. (https://cnb.cx/31QAxiZ)

29-year-old model and actress Emily Ratajkowski posted a photo of herself breastfeeding her infant on Easter. (https://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-9435701/Emily-Ratajkowski-tenderly-cradles-newborn-son-Sylvester.html)

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Disneyland is now selling a panko crusted pickle-stuffed corndog served with a side of peanut butter. (https://bit.ly/3wtAuYt)

An unopened copy of the original Nintendo Super Mario Bros. video game sold at auction for $660,000. (https://bit.ly/39HnRPy)

A British Boy in the UK has become a viral sensation after being born with three penises.

The cofounder of Neuralink says his company has the technology to build a real-life Jurassic park by breeding and engineering a new dinosaur species. (https://bit.ly/3mn439z)


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The unicorn is the national animal of Scotland. While Scotland proudly boasts the Loch Ness Monster, one of the world's most famous fabled creatures, the country opted to make another mythical beast its national animal: the unicorn. Although this might seem like an odd choice, Visit Scotland explains that unicorns played an integral role in the country's history. Back in the 12th century, William I used the "proud beast" in the Scottish royal coat of arms.

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Lawmakers in France are accused of dining at secret restaurants during pandemic lockdowns. (https://bit.ly/39IIISW)

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A Florida woman was arrested and charged at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica after a firearm and several rounds of ammunition were found in her luggage. Charged with illegal possession of firearm and illegal possession of ammunition is 37-year-old Natasha Girvens of a Tampa, Florida address. Police reports state that, during a security check at approximately 11:30 a.m., Girvens luggage was examined and a Glock pistol, two magazines, and thirty-one 9mm cartridges were found. She was arrested, subsequently charged, and the firearm and ammunition were seized. Her court date is being finalized. (https://bit.ly/2RaO178)

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As he was preparing to leave jail after posting bond, a Florida Man decided that was the perfect time to steal a $60 webcam off a desk in the county lockup. 35-year-old Steven Moran was arrested last month for criminal mischief and booked into the Indian River County jail on the misdemeanor charge. Cops say that while Moran was “awaiting release in the booking area,” he disconnected a Logitech webcam from a jail computer and placed the device in his pocket. Moran subsequently departed the lockup upon posting $1,000 bond. Investigators subsequently identified Moran as the alleged culprit and arrested him Thursday for depriving “the County Jail the right and use of the property.” Moran, who was later was freed after posting $500 on the misdemeanor theft count, is scheduled for arraignment on May 4th. (https://bit.ly/2Q1mlki)

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Man's Dream Reveals Missing Child's Location, Leads Rescue Team Straight To Her  https://www.sunnyskyz.com/good-news/

Show Notes for Monday, April 12, 2021


This #MovieStarMonday we visit with Peter Facinelli (Twilight/Nurse Jackie) about his new film THE RAVINE (opposite Eric Dane and Teri Polo) now available on Amazon.
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We'll also talk about his feature film THE VANISHED from 2020. (https://amzn.to/3dXbKiL)

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April 12th

National For Twelves Day

National Big Wind Day

National Colorado Day

National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Day

National Licorice Day

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A new study finds that regret and shame do not keep people from avoiding future one-night stands. Additionally, this same study found that men actually regret passing up on an opportunity for casual sex. (https://bit.ly/3us5kih)

A new study from Japan reveals that the more languages you speak, the easier it is for the brain to learn more. (https://bit.ly/3wz28U3)

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A Border Patrol canine is being praised after preventing a large batch of fentanyl hidden inside burritos from being smuggled into the U.S. on Monday. A Yuma Sector Border Patrol canine sniffed out nearly 5 pounds of fentanyl pills that were stuffed inside the burritos at an immigration checkpoint near Palo Verde, California. The canine alerted its handler to pull a Chevy Tahoe over into the secondary inspection area. When the SUV pulled over, the canine led agents to a black backpack containing the laced burritos. The 37-year-old driver of the car was arrested. Border Agents said that he is a legal U.S. Resident. “Smugglers are under the false assumption that they can disguise drugs within food to throw off canines and their handlers,” Border Patrol said in a press release. “On the contrary, canines have the ability to detect a target odor among a myriad of other odors,” they added. Officials said the fentanyl had a street value of nearly $60,000.(https://bit.ly/2O9vgzH)

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Just after the Easter holiday, it’s been announced that an animated feature based on the popular marshmallow candy “Peeps” is in the works.(https://bit.ly/3ww9NCi)

Monday, Paramount+ gifted Star Trek Fans with a series of panels and a streaming marathon of television episodes to commemorate #FirstContactDay, a nod to the 1996 film installment “Star Trek: First Contact.” (https://bit.ly/3sMj7jj)

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The Royal Egyptian Mummies were relocated in a televised ceremony on Saturday that sparked fears that a curse could be unleashed. (https://bit.ly/3fHFEdw)

Mark Zuckerberg’s cell phone number was leaked online along with private details from 533 million Facebook Users after a group of hackers posted them on a website. (https://bit.ly/39JjUtX)

A couple who had sex while skydiving ended up in the hospital after the man opened his parachute too late. (https://bit.ly/3sQjTvL)

A new casino may be coming to New York City. (https://bit.ly/3uxaj1j)

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The longest wedding veil was the same length as 63.5 football fields. When Maria Paraskeva, a woman from Cyprus, got married in August 2018, her goal wasn't just to say "I do." She was also determined to set a record. "My dream as a child has always been to break the Guinness World Record title for the longest wedding veil," she explained. She fulfilled her dream by wearing a lace veil that stretched 22,843 feet and 2.11 inches, or as long as 63.5 football fields.

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A group of more than a dozen women gave residents of Dubai an eyeful when they posed naked on a balcony in a stunt that went viral. The women were arrested on charges of public debauchery in the United Arab Emirates, where violations of the public decency law carry penalties of up to six months in the slammer. (https://bit.ly/31JWOPk)

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A Kansas woman wound up in cuffs after pretending she’d been shot as an April Fools’ prank. 58-year-old Arnthia Willis allegedly called her daughter Thursday, told her of the “shooting,” and then hung up. Alarmed, the daughter called 911 — prompting more than 15 cops to respond to Willis’ home in full protective gear with guns drawn and EMS in tow. Officers broke the door down, but found no one inside. They later learned that Willis was actually at work and had allegedly made up the shooting as a joke. The prankster was arrested on suspicion of an unlawful request for emergency service assistance. Police Lt. Ronald Hunt said that while April Fools’ jokes can be “good,” when police become involved, “it’s not funny anymore,” the Wichita Eagle reported. “This is a situation that is very dangerous,” he said. (https://bit.ly/31Ktkko)

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Deputies in Florida arrested a man accused of stealing an ambulance from a hospital. The Hernando County Sheriff’s Office said deputies were called after the ambulance, owned by Hernando County Fire & Emergency Services, was taken around 12:30 p.m. Sunday from Oak Hill Hospital in Brooksville, Florida. Deputies said the ambulance crew was inside the hospital dropping off a patient when the emergency medical vehicle was stolen. 29-year-old Trey Cornwell is accused of driving the ambulance to Spring Hill, Florida, where he got it stuck in mud and sand as he drove toward a nearby body of water. He has been charged with grand theft auto and was taken to the Hernando County Detention Center, where he’s being held in lieu of a $10,000 bond. (https://bit.ly/3wtTaHG)

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Couple Adopts 7 Siblings Whose Parents Died In Car Crash
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Show Notes for Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11, 2021


John Houston didn't have it easy growing up. From a young age, home was not a place where he wanted to be. His parents divorced, his mother moved out, his father remarried and moved in with his new family and John and his older brother began living by themselves at the ages of 11 and 15. The years that followed were both challenging and remarkable as John overcame hardships that could have permanently derailed his life to become a respected and successful business owner. In his new memoir, Finding My Way Home: A Journey to Discover Hope and a Life of Purpose.   
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TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to NationalDayCalendar.com)

April 10th

National Cinnamon Crescent Day

Encourage a Young Writer Day

National Farm Animals Day

National Siblings Day


April 11th

National Barber Shop Quartet Day

National Cheese Fondue Day

National Eight Track Tape Day

National Pet Day

National Submarine Day

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A new study shows that roughly half of Americans aren’t sure how much money is in their bank account. According to a recent poll of 2,000 people, 55 percent admit fear keeps them from monitoring their bank account as regularly as they should. (https://bit.ly/31xPgzh)

A new poll reveals that tacos reign as the food guaranteed to brighten up a bad day. (https://bit.ly/3rDMjYk)

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A 25-year-old man is accused of backing his car into an Oklahoma City business and then telling police he meant to hit the neighboring vape store and marijuana dispensary to burglarize it. Police say John Lytle backed the vehicle into a shoe repair business and smashed everything in its path. The owner’s daughter, Claudia Enciso, said it’s a massive loss for her parents and their small business. “It’s pretty depressing and sad because they’ve been working very hard and they’ve been doing very well,” she said. The glass from the storefront was shattered and covered the inside of the business along with ceiling tiles and everything else inside. Lt. Isaac Goodman said they had to get Lytle out of the car and the store. He then told police he hit the wrong building. “He made some statements to officers after the fact that he had intended to burglarize the neighboring business, which is a smoke shop,” Goodman said. Lytle has been booked into the Oklahoma County Jail on charges of second-degree burglary and two counts of malicious injury to property. (https://bit.ly/3w4OSGr)

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Armie Hammer has been dropped from his role in Cold War drama “Billion Dollar Spy.” https://www.dailymail.co.uk

Sharon Osbourne was reportedly paid millions of dollars to leave “The Talk.” (https://yhoo.it/39viDGy)

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A life-sized bronze statue of Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg installed at a United Kingdom university has sparked a backlash among students and critics who argue the money could have been better spent. The sculpture -- with a price tag of £24,000 (roughly $33,000) -- was unveiled at the University of Winchester in southern England. (https://fxn.ws/3rDnH1Z)

Three “dangerous” wildfires in the Black Hills of South Dakota have forced the evacuations of homes in the area. The wildfires also caused the shutdown of Mount Rushmore National Memorial. (https://bit.ly/3wbXdYV)

A Florida Mother was arrested after showing up at her daughter’s school wearing a boxing glove and fighting a 14-year-old girl. (https://bit.ly/3u4IYDi)

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Originally built at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering, in 1946, ENIAC weighed 60,000 pounds and took up a room larger than most studio apartments (1,500 square feet). Shortly after construction, ENIAC was sent off to the military, where it was used to calculate ballistic trajectories (translation: launch missiles) with frightening accuracy. Today, computer experts at Penn credit ENIAC with heralding in the "dawn of the information age."

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Shipping experts say the blockage in the Suez Canal could lead to world-wide shortages of oil, gas, clothing, and food. (https://cnet.co/31wZ8ZX)

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An enraged ex-Walmart employee crashed his car into a Concord, North Carolina, location, driving down several aisles of the store before he was stopped. Police said the terrifying incident unfolded at 6:00 am on Friday. The early hour meant there were no customers on site, but a number of employees — the man’s former colleagues — were in the store at the time of the collision. Incredibly, nobody was injured in the reckless incident, however there was significant damage to the facility. North Carolina shoppers kept pulling into the parking lot of the Walmart in the wake of the furious ex-employee’s vehicular assault, but were turned away. The store was closed for the day after it was transformed into a messy crime scene. North Carolina cops have identified the ex-employee as Lacy Cordell Gentry. FOX 8 reports that he’s currently in custody. The former Walmart employee is looking at felony charges from North Carolina authorities. These include assault on a government official with a deadly weapon, and breaking and entering. Gentry has also received misdemeanor charges. (https://bit.ly/3sWJgvS)

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A Naples woman was arrested for allegedly firing multiple shots into her husband’s truck. 45-year-old Lara Love is facing a felony charge after her husband told deputies she shot up his vehicle with a handgun just before 12:00 p.m. while four children were inside the home. The husband told investigators he and Love have been separated for nearly two years but still live together in their Golden Gate Estates home with their four children. Deputies said an argument over the husband getting home late led Love to shoot a 9mm handgun at her husband’s vehicle multiple times. When authorities arrived, they said they overheard Love telling one of her children to take her gun and put it in the truck. The 45-year-old was taken into custody by the Collier County Sheriff’s Office. She is facing a charge of shooting a missile into a vehicle. (https://bit.ly/39Gj1lW)

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8-Year-Old Hero Receives Thank You Video From John Cena
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Show Notes for Friday, April 9, 2021

Today we visit with Teressa Liane ... known for her roles as Rhiannon Bates in Neighbours, as Mary Louise on The Vampire Diaries, Angelica on Into the Badlands and as Agrippina, in the Netflix documentary drama Roman Empire.

She was recently in a Lifetime Movie Network film His Killer Fan.

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April 9th

National Cherish an Antique Day

National Chinese Almond Cookie Day

National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day

National Name Yourself Day

National Unicorn Day

National Winston Churchill Day

National Day of Silence


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A survey of 2,000 Americans shows that most people feel like they’re being judged if they sneeze and cough in public now. Over half the poll (56%) feel the heat of judgmental eyes after sneezing or coughing. (https://bit.ly/3uh1BDZ)

A new poll says half of Americans won't attend live sporting events yet. (https://yhoo.it/2PoChx6)

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Police say that a drunk driver caught doing burnouts in a car park in Adelaide's Central Business District has had his car impounded and will face court. Police said officers heard the car driving erratically “directly above the Hindley Street Police Station” at about 2:30 a.m. “Patrols went to investigate and saw a large amount smoke and the smell of burnt rubber inside the car park,” police said. The police station is part of a complex that includes a multi-story car park. Police stopped a green Holden Commodore leaving the building and spoke to the driver. A 42-year-old man was breath-tested and he allegedly returned a reading of 0.120, more than twice the legal limit. His license was suspended for six months on the spot. His car will also be impounded for 28 days. The man will face Adelaide Magistrates Court at a later date.(https://ab.co/3c8LEtD)

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A new report claims Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's neighbors have moved out of their home. (https://bit.ly/31zuC1t)

Elizabeth Hurley shared a nude barnyard photo just to squash rumors that she will soon be appearing in a Waltons type reality show with her son. (https://bit.ly/39uz1qU)

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Even with some limitations still in place, a lot of activities Californians haven’t been able to enjoy for most of the past year are suddenly within reach as the state begins reopening more widely. (https://bit.ly/3wkBXQE)

In Tulsa, Oklahoma, two horses on the loose tied up traffic and led police on a slow-speed chase. (https://bit.ly/3mctZnZ)

A Georgia Man who got into a fight with his boss after quitting his job at an auto repair shop received his final payday in $900 worth of greasy pennies. (https://bit.ly/3fzZcjY)

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The first computer was invented in the 1940s. These days, supercomputers are everywhere—and they really don't need much space at all. Have an Xbox One posted up in your living room? That's a supercomputer. A laptop-tablet hybrid in your bag? That's a supercomputer, too. (Don't even get us started on the thing in your pocket…) But when supercomputers first came around, they needed much, much more space. Just take a look at the world's first one: The Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer (ENIAC).

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A Russian farm is experimenting with putting virtual reality headsets on cows. (https://bbc.in/2PFOIEG)

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A group of three teenagers was caught on video stealing a vessel of holy water from a Catholic church in Lincoln last weekend. Lincoln Police Officer Erin Spilker said the thieves took the vat of holy water and the tool used to sprinkle holy water during a Mass in the gym of St. Michael Catholic Church on Saturday. Officials estimate the stolen items were worth $200. Police hope to use the video of the theft to identify the juveniles who were involved. (https://bit.ly/3dlEf9A)

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A Florida man allegedly caught in the act peeping into a woman’s window is a bit worse for the wear after trying to get away from deputies. Lee County Deputies say they got a call about someone creeping around homes in Fort Myers. When they rolled up to the scene, deputies say they found 40-year-old Hugo Topete Alcatraz with his hands cupped around his eyes looking through the window. His face was pressed up against the glass. Deputies say he took off running, but he didn’t get far. He was cuffed and taken to the hospital for what deputies describe as “minor injuries.” His mug shot shows a big bandage strapped across his head and scratches on his face. He’s charged with Voyeurism for secretly observing the victim where she had a reasonable expectation of privacy. He’s also charged with Resisting Officer without Violence and Loitering or Prowling. He was taken to the Lee County Jail. (https://bit.ly/31KwAfP)

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State Trooper Surprises 9-Year-Old Boy With Steph Curry Sneakers
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Show Notes for Thursday, April 8, 2021


THIS WEEK'S DEAR JOHN LETTER!

Dear John,

I'm not sure how to approach my new neighbor, or if I should even mention it to them, but they don't have curtains or blinds on their windows. I was letting my dog out the last two nights and noticed the neighbors walking around their home in the nude. I'm not sure if they realize that we can see them since the windows are to the back of their home and point to our house and our other neighbor's house. I was thinking of telling them, but my wife told me that may be an embarrassing way to meet them. I think it would make more sense to let them know now, rather than wait a month or two. They just moved in. I'm not sure if they listen to you, but maybe they'll hear it on your show and I don't have to say anything. I would want to know if it were me, but I also make sure I wear clothes, even when I'm walking around my own house. Give me an idea of what you'd do if this was your neighbor!

Signed – Unintentional Peeper

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April 8th

National All is Ours Day

National Empanada Day

National Zoo Lovers Day

National Alcohol Screening Day


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Need to increase your productivity? Then it might be time for some spring cleaning. A new study finds that half of Americans believe they accomplish more when facing a totally blank wall in their home. Even more people (53%) say that they can’t listen to music or spoken-word sounds like podcasts while working. (https://bit.ly/3rzBNBv)

A new poll shows church attendance in the U.S. has dropped below 50%.(https://fxn.ws/3rARDvy)

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After transporting a Florida Woman to jail following her arrest on DUI charges at a McDonald’s drive-thru, cops discovered that she had an eight-pack of vodka stuffed in her bra. Responding to a 9-1-1 call about a “drunk female that is driving all over the drive thru,” police Monday night found 31-year-old Brandi Stanley behind the wheel of a Pontiac SUV idling outside the McDonald’s in Lady Lake. Stanley, who had been eating in the vehicle, smelled of alcohol, had glassy eyes, and her face was flushed. Additionally, when Stanley exited her car at the cop’s request, she swayed from side to side. After refusing to perform field sobriety tests, Stanley was handcuffed and placed in the rear of a police car. En route to jail, Stanley reportedly uttered, “Just take me home, let’s forget this” and “I’m so stupid I should know better.” Upon arriving at the county lockup, Stanley “continued to yell and scream” at cops, resulting in “several deputies assisting in removing the defendant from the vehicle.” It was only after Stanley was extracted from the cruiser that police located an eight-pack of Deep Eddy Vodka under her bra. Stanley was charged with a pair of misdemeanor DUI counts.(https://bit.ly/3s7mXmF)

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Universal Studios Hollywood is officially set to reopen on Friday, April 16th. In accordance with government guidelines, only California residents may visit the theme park at this time. (https://bit.ly/2ObS16c)

A man who broke a Guinness World Record by watching “Avengers: Endgame” in theaters 191 times says the hardest part was sacrificing his social life and time with his family.(https://bit.ly/3fyokr8)

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Oscar Mayer is giving away pairs of Bacon-scented shoe laces.(https://bit.ly/2PjoWGs)

Pfizer said their COVID-19 vaccine is 100 percent effective in kids aged 12 to 15, raising hopes that adolescents could start getting the jab before the next school year. (https://bit.ly/3fqXdOM)

Researchers have designed a nose-only coronavirus mask. (https://bit.ly/31Cl2uJ)

A rescue worker that freed the cargo ship blocking the Suez Canal says his team worked harder after seeing memes mocking their efforts. (https://bit.ly/3sK6mpk)

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Superman didn't always fly. The original comic book Superman could leap tall buildings in a single bound. But then he had to come right back down to Earth—because he didn't fly. It wasn't until the 1940s, when animators for a new animated series decided it would be too difficult to routinely draw him bending his knees, that it was decided that Superman could take off into the air. Readers got to see smooth animation, and a superhero gained a new power.


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Over 55,000 animals are believed killed after a fire at a German pig farm. (https://abcn.ws/3fv3usR)

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers found 29 finches hidden in hair rollers in the baggage of a traveler who arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport and was headed to New Jersey. Officers made the discovery Sunday during a secondary check of the Guyana man’s bags after he arrived on a flight from Georgetown in the South American country. The 26-year-old was bound for an unspecified address in New Jersey. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service inspectors told customs officers to seize the birds and the man was issued a $300 civil penalty. He was not criminally charged and his name was not released. Officials said the man withdrew his application to enter the United States and he was sent back on a flight to Guyana. Agriculture specialists with CBP quarantined the finches and turned the birds over to U.S. Department of Agriculture Veterinary Services, according to authorities. The fate of the birds was unclear. (https://bit.ly/3mblMke)


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An 84-year-old driver accidentally reversed his car on top of another vehicle outside the John F. Kennedy Medical Center on Monday morning. Authorities received a call about a two-car accident in which a Toyota was on top of an unoccupied parked Acura vehicle, said Edison Lieutenant Robert Dudash. The driver was not injured and no summons were issued. “He was parked in front of the other car and mistakenly apparently put it in reverse as opposed to drive and in reverse drove right up onto the hood and ultimately the roof of this parked vehicle located directly behind him,” Dudash said. It took authorities about an hour and a half to remove the top vehicle from the bottom one using a large crane, Dudash said. The Acura had significant damaged, he said. “People mistakenly putting cars in reverse or drive and going in a direction not anticipated, that’s fairly common. But not this situation,” he said, “where you actually have a car go on top of another car.” (https://bit.ly/3m4y7Gy)

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