Show Notes for Tuesday, June 15, 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 15

National Megalodon Day

National Smile Power Day

Nature Photography Day

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Alarming new research claims that talking is more likely to spread the virus that causes COVID-19 than coughing or sneezing. Researchers say that conversations with friends, family, colleagues, or other members of the community pose the greatest danger! (

A new study has found that the beer industry has brought billions to the Oklahoma economy. (

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A motorcyclist who authorities say was wanted for speeding, reckless driving, and possible DUI was apparently taken into custody in Pasadena Monday following a wild pursuit through the San Gabriel Valley that included a stop for gas. The motorcycle rider — who could be seen wearing a sweatshirt that read, “I Don’t Stop 4 Cops” — was traveling at high speeds on surface streets when Sky5 first got over the chase in West Covina around noon, aerial video showed. It was unclear when exactly the pursuit began, but the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department told KTLA the motorcyclist was being sought for reckless driving and possible DUI, while a California Highway Patrol official said the initial want was speeding. Around 11:10 a.m., law enforcement stopped chasing the motorcycle on the ground because the vehicle was going around 80 mph. Around 12:10 p.m., the rider stopped at a gas station in Baldwin Park, grabbed the nozzle from a motorist and proceeded to put some gasoline into the tank, according to the aerial footage. By 12:30 p.m., the motorcyclist was in the Pasadena area and apparently entered a parking structure, where the pursuit ended. More than a half-dozen patrol vehicles could be seen surrounding the garage as officers searched for the rider. One person was taken into custody a short time later. (


Actress Kate Winslet said she’s done stripping down for nude scenes. (

The Director of the new Jackass movie has filed a restraining order against Bam Margera after he says Bam threatened his family. (

In a new interview, actor Joaquin Phoenix said that he won't force his son to be Vegan. (

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A new invention called the “Third Eye” will detect obstacles as you walk and beep when you get close to something so that you can walk the streets with your head buried in your phone with no awareness of the real world. (

Khloe Kardashian says she's considering moving to Boston. (

Luxury brand Balenciaga is releasing a line of high-heeled stiletto crocs. (

Armie Hammer is going to rehab for drug, alcohol, and sex issues. (

Rapper Pooh Shiesty was officially charged in connection with a Memorial Day weekend shooting at a Miami strip club. (


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The man who wrote Dracula never visited Transylvania. Bram Stoker was an Irish author who is now best remembered for his gothic horror novel Dracula. Partially set in Transylvania, a mountainous region in central Romania, the story cemented the legend of the vampire in mainstream European and American culture. Despite Stoker's many world travels, he never visited Eastern Europe—and, by virtue, Transylvania—at all. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

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A video of a man slapping French President Emmanuel Macron across the face during a visit to a town in the country’s southeast this week has gone viral. (

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A Texas woman was arrested for allegedly shooting a nail salon owner during an argument over prices. 21-year-old Joana Vara and her 20-year-old sister Quetzali Vara got into a feud with the male owner of the Harris County business on May 29th after they got manicures and pedicures. Joana paid for the services, left the store, then returned and shot the man as he tried to force her back outside. The siblings fled the scene in Ford Fusion. The victim was hospitalized in critical but stable condition. Authorities said that last Thursday, Joana was busted and charged with aggravated assault. Quetzali was also arrested the same day, though not in connection to the nail salon assault. The report said that she was charged with evading arrest during a traffic stop. (

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An explosive device set off at a gender-reveal party sparked a wildfire in Canada. The device was only supposed to release blue or pink powder to identify the baby’s sex when it was detonated in Alberta, about six miles west of Fort McMurray on May 31st. It instead caused an inferno, which grew to about an acre before it was extinguished. Travis Fairweather, an Alberta Wildfire spokesman, said the individuals responsible were fined $600 and could also be forced to pay the costs of fighting the fire. “While fireworks and exploding targets can be fun, they can also come with a hefty price tag if you inadvertently start a wildfire,” Fairweather said. Under local forestry laws, permission is required to use fireworks or exploding target. It’s not the first time that a gender-reveal announcement has had dangerous consequences. In September, a group of relatives set off a pyrotechnic device to reveal an unborn baby’s gender and caused a massive wildfire in El Dorado Ranch Park in Yucaipa, California. The inferno spread to more than 10,500 acres and forced people to evacuate their homes. (

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