Show Notes for Tuesday, June 29, 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 29

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Is work-life balance overrated? Researchers in Toronto say that too much of a good thing can be bad for your career. These researchers find that there’s a limit to the positive impact of balancing your work with plenty of leisure time. (

A new study claims eating chocolate first thing in the morning could help burn fat. (

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“Arrow” star Stephen Amell was removed from his Delta flight after allegedly getting into an altercation with his wife. Amell was removed after a flight attendant asked him multiple times to calm down as he allegedly screamed at Cassandra Jean Amell while appearing drunk. (


Kendal Jenner has been granted her third restraining order against a stalker. (

Ticked-off “Jeopardy!” fans have spoken — and they want the iconic game show to “do better” after a clue was declared “shameful,” “misogynistic” and just downright medically “inaccurate.” The iconic game show used its official Twitter account to apologize after complaints poured in from viewers regarding a medical disorder that was referred to as “Grinch syndrome,” a term considered highly offensive by those in the autonomic nervous system disorder community. (

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A lab test has reportedly found no identifiable tuna DNA in Subway tuna.(

The restaurant chain “Wingstop” is responding to a chicken wing shortage by rebranding itself as “Thighstop.” (

A new invention called the hicc-away claims it can cure hiccups with an L-shaped straw that forces you to sip water in a way that resets your brain. (

The Harlem Globetrotters are asking to join the NBA. (

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There's a world record—and a happy ending—for the greatest distance thrown in a car accident. This is one world record you may not want to try and top. A car traveling 70 miles per hour struck Matthew McKnight, an off-duty paramedic, when he stopped to help out with an accident on the side of an interstate in 2001. He was thrown 118 feet, almost half a football field. Eric Brader, his emergency room physician, told McKnight he should send it into the Guinness Book of World Records, but McKnight brushed it off as a joke. Brader was so impressed by the feat that he sent in the paperwork anyways, which was approved in 2003, but didn't make the cut until its 2008 edition. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

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A team of emergency divers mistakenly rescued a floating sex doll off the coast of Japan because they thought it was a drowning woman.(

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Reports say that a dispute over a parking space led a man to hit another man in the head with a baseball bat. 34-year-old Randy Cruz was booked into the Mahoning County jail on a charge of felonious assault. Records from Mahoning County Area Court in Austintown show Cruz was arraigned and has a preliminary hearing set, but the records do not indicate if any bond was set in the case. Cruz was arrested after police were called about 7:10 p.m. to an apartment complex in for a report of a fight with a baseball bat. When officers arrived, the victim came up to them and said he was hit with a bat, and another witness gave police a bat that had blood on it. Cruz was taken into custody at a nearby apartment and said he was the one who was attacked. He had several cuts on his head, reports said, which he was treated for at St. Elizabeth Health Center in Austintown before he was booked into the jail. Several witnesses told police Cruz and the victim had argued earlier in the day over a parking space. As the victim was cooking on a grill, the witnesses said Cruz pulled up in a car, got out of the car carrying a bat, and hit the victim in the head. The pair fell to the ground and struggled over the bat, and two witnesses tried to break the fight up. (

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Newly released video footage shows a man accidentally shooting himself in the face at an Ohio gun range. Sheriff Scott Hildenbrand says the man is very lucky he was not seriously injured and did not hurt anyone else. The man is expected to be OK. The sheriff added that after reviewing the video, he felt it was important to talk about gun safety and training. “The video shows that he is shooting a 9mm automatic and when he shot, he ejected the shell and it went right down the back of his shirt. So, because that’s hot … he started to move around and his other hand just came and the gun discharged and (the bullet) went through his cheek and out the top part of his other cheek,” the Geauga County sheriff said. The shooting was ruled accidental and the man will not face charges. The sheriff, however, hopes the man will get some additional training. (

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He Traveled Cross-Country To Mine Diamonds For His Girlfriend's Engagement Ring -- And Dug Up A 2.2 Carat Beauty