Show Notes for Tuesday, April 6, 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

TODAY IS A SPECIAL DAY! (A special thanks to

April 6th

National Caramel Popcorn Day

New Beer’s Eve

National Sorry Charlie Day

National Student-Athlete Day

National Tartan Day

National Teflon Day

SAAM Day of Action

National Library Workers Day

National Employee Benefits Day

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According to a new study, the average remote worker has experienced 230 tech problems while doing their job from home over the past year. Remote employees deal with an average of four tech problems per week.(

A new study claims when couples go to bed angry, the stress carries over into the next day. (

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A woman was caught drink driving on a major road with two tires missing from her car. 22-year-old Lakeya Hadid-Alanzi was spotted by a police officer as she erratically drove the Volkswagen in Worsley, Greater Manchester, during the early hours of the morning. Manchester Magistrates Court heard that sparks could be seen coming from the vehicle as Hadid-Alanzi attempted to drive the car - despite it only having two functioning wheels. She was pulled over by the officer - who was said to have smelt alcohol on her breath - before being ordered to complete a roadside breath test. The court heard that she blew a reading of 60 micrograms of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath - which is above the legal limit. Hadid-Alanzi was fined a total of £275 Pounds and was disqualified from driving for eighteen months after admitting an offense of driving whilst unfit through drink, and driving without insurance. (


Robert De Niro’s Tribeca Film Festival, which takes place in New York City, will be back this summer with in-person events this June. (

Animal-rights group PETA has denounced ABC’s new dog-grooming competition, “Pooch Perfect,” which pits ten teams of groomers against each other to create over-the-top looks for a $100,000 cash prize. (

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A fifth of spouses admit checking their partner’s emails or text messages. The report also found that in a fifth of relationships, at least one partner had checked their spouse’s browser history on the computer.

Before you know if it’s a he or she, that little fetus likely has a name. Maybe it’s something as simple as “Baby,” or a little more inventive like “Peanut.” Some wacky unborn baby nicknames moms have shared:

Pork Bun

Baby Melon

Itty Piggy

Happy Meal

A study finds that religious people are more likely to become obese.

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The dot over the lower case "i" or "j" is known as a "tittle." That tiny dot above lower case "I" and "j" letters has an actual name: tittle. It is thought that the phrase "to a T" is actually derived from the phrase "to a tittle"—a phrase that was used in the same sense dating back to the early 17th century. (The first recording of the phrase is in the 1607 play Woman Hater by Francis Beaumont and John Fletcher, in which the line reads, "I'll quote him to a tittle.")


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Dateline.... EGYPT

Egypt’s string of disasters that saw the vital Suez Canal entirely blocked and scores of people killed in multiple incidents, has been put down to angered pharaohs by some who think the country has been cursed by the ancient mummies. For many it was more than just a coincidence that all these travesties happened around the same time as when Egypt decided to transfer 22 royal mummies to a new museum and have said it must be down to what they have called “the curse of the Pharaohs” phenomenon. The anticipated transfer was the major topic of discussion before the Ever Given container vessel blocked the Suez Canal – a major international shipping route. The incident was shortly followed by a massive train crash in Sohag that killed at least 19 people and left scores more injured. The next day a building collapse in Cairo’s Gesr Suez district killing a further eighteen people and leaving many homeless. Later, a fire broke out at shops adjunct to Zagazig railway station and another small fire erupted inside Al-Azhar tunnel. Elsewhere, an under-construction bridge column collapsed in Mariotya. Many people have said it was unusual for all these incidents to occur one after the other, and that there must be a bigger reason to why they have happened – rather than just a run of devastatingly bad luck! 

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The ducks enjoy eating seeds, which can lead to the destruction of local lawns. According to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, they may also transmit the avian influenza virus and other diseases to humans and native waterfowl. The commission wrote on its website that “controversies often occur between residents who appreciate the birds and residents who consider them a nuisance.” And that’s exactly what happened…Victor Ezquerra allegedly approached his friend, Jose Gambarrutta, sitting on his own front porch in Broward County, Florida. According to a witness, the two men got into a scuffle, after which Ezquerra shot Gambarrutta in the arm. After allegedly shooting his neighbor over a dispute over feeding local ducks and geese, the 83-year-old Florida man has been charged with attempted first-degree murder. Gambarrutta captured the incident on his phone, which led to Ezquerra's arrest later that day.(

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He’s a real cat burglar. A Michigan man awoke from a dead sleep to find a wacko holding a gun to his head and demanding that he hand over his two pet felines. The crook allegedly ordered the animal lover to cough up his kitties at around 4:15 a.m. at the home in Laurium — then grabbed one of the animals and high-tailed it down the street. But it wasn’t the purr-fect crime — cops quickly caught up to him, seized his gun, and tossed him in jail. Police said that the suspect, who was charged with home invasion and felonious assault, likely knew the homeowner before the catnapping. The suspect and the victim have not been identified, and the incident is still under investigation. The Laurium Police Department didn’t immediately return The Post’s request for comment.

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Heidi has to guess if it's a Golf Course or a Rehab Center.

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