Show Notes for Tuesday, June 1, 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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June 1

World Reef Awareness Day

National Olive Day

National Heimlich Maneuver Day

National Go Barefoot Day

National Nail Polish Day

National Say Something Nice Day

National Penpal Day

National Hazelnut Cake Day

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From well-done to uber rare, with ketchup or strictly just tomato — there are endless ways to enjoy the classic burger. A recent poll discovered (again) how Americans actually like their burgers. 40% of American adults prefer their burgers well-done, with only 17% preferring them medium. And only 2% like theirs cooked rare. The poll also found that women are much more likely to enjoy a well done burger than men. As for toppings, a not surprising 74% of Americans want a slice or two of cheese, followed by ketchup, which is preferred by 65% of people. Lettuce, tomatoes and onions are big hits too, each with over 50% of the votes. Fifty-four percent of folks prefer pickles and 52% percent squirt some mustard on top. At least one in five poll takers said they like bacon and 43% like either mayonnaise or some type of aioli, while only 23% opt for mushrooms.

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A Maine man who claimed he was being attacked by zombies and droids while firing a gun into the air in a grocery store parking lot is heading to prison. 27-year-old Gordon Falt admitted he fired the shots in October in Lee, prompting a standoff. Prosecutors said Falt stole the weapons he was caught with from his father's gun safe in Maine. “He was pacing back and forth and appeared very agitated and was carrying a handgun in his right hand,” said prosecutor Emily Garod. A social worker attempted to calm Falt down, as he explained why he was acting that way. “He stated that zombies and droids from above were attacking him and that they wanted her to come with him, and he needed her to take him with him,” Garod said. Falt surrendered after two hours. Police recovered several rifles, shotguns, and handguns, along with ammunition that turned out to be stolen. Prosecutors said Falt has admitted to being addicted to meth and heroin. If he is accepted to drug court, he could get one year off his minimum sentence, so he could be released in two years. (


The Department of Justice has seized 68 big cats from the “Tiger King Park” over violations of the endangered species act. (

Just about two weeks after Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck returned to LA from a trip to Montana, the rekindled exes have reunited in Miami. (

CBS says the Stephen Colbert Late Night show will require its live audience to be vaccinated. (

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Six packs is not such a big deal after all — an Australian researcher that examined viewers’ responses to different male body types in advertisements found that an average-sized man is just as appealing as a bulked-up one. And the respondents in the (University of Queensland) study rated images of slender or slightly chubby masculinity at least as highly as those with well-defined six-packs.

Now that we’re coming out of lockdown and tossing off our masks, we can begin to return to some form of normal — which includes spending our leftover pandemic relief dollars one Amazon Prime Day. In 2020, in response to the pandemic, Amazon pushed Prime Day from its traditional July date to October. This year, a number of sources say Amazon will hold Prime Day in June.

A study says domesticated dogs developed the ability to make that sad-eye look as a way to evoke human sympathy. Their ancestors, wolves, don’t make that face at humans.

In Scotland, a farmer hopped out of his tractor to wrangle up a rogue lamb. In his absence, a sheepdog hopped up onto the tractor and into the passenger seat and, by leaning on the dashboard control panel, managed to send the tractor down a hill and onto a road. No one was injured.

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Sea lions can dance to a beat. There are only two mammals on Earth with the proven ability to move their bodies in time with an external beat: humans (though not all humans, to be fair) and sea lions. When researchers at the University of Santa Cruz rescued a stranded sea lion in 2013, they found that she was very smart, and she was even able to learn how to dance. Though parrots can also keep a rhythm, it was previously thought that only animals capable of complex vocal learning could do this. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

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The Berlin Zoo says its young polar bear's parents are siblings and that a clerical error led to a breeding match. (

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According to an Okaloosa County police report, 20-year-old Hunter Mills of Crestview, Florida was operating a front-end loader, when his girlfriend showed up. Problem is, she showed up in another man’s car, a 2010 Cadillac to be exact. Seems like Hunter might have recognized this man’s Caddy since he proceeded to dump an entire bucket full of dirt on his girlfriend who was in the car. When she arrived to their meeting place he asked her whose car she was driving and when she wouldn’t answer, he buried her car with dirt… while she was INSIDE. According to the report, the windows were open, so although she wasn’t injured, dirt filled into the center console, air vents, and power windows. Mills was charged with felony criminal mischief over $1,000.(

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A California man allegedly used bitcoin to pay a hitman $13,000 to kill his ex-girlfriend who tried repeatedly to end their brief relationship. 24-year-old Scott Quinn Berkett of Beverly Hills, was busted Friday on a murder-for-hire charge after meeting the woman online last year. Court documents show Berkett then met the woman in late October in Los Angeles, where she claimed he got “sexually aggressive” multiple times, prompting her to cut off their short romance following the trip. Prosecutors said a relative of the woman who learned Berkett was still contacting her in April then reached out to his father via text. Berkett apparently responded later that month by saying “consider this matter closed.” But the spurned Berkett instead allegedly contacted a group on the dark web advertising murder-for-hire services. The group then contacted an unnamed media outlet that provided information to the FBI, including messages from Berkett and documentation of payments. Berkett is accused of soliciting the for-hire murder on April 28, allegedly sending bitcoin payments totaling $13,000 over a one-month span. (

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Woman Pays for Stranger's Birthday Cake At Grocery Store In Honor of Late Son's Birthday