Show Notes for Tuesday, August 17, 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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August 17

National Nonprofit Day

National Massachusetts Day

National I LOVE My Feet Day!

National Thrift Shop Day

Black Cat Appreciation Day

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A survey reveals that single men change their bed sheets once every three months.

A study of aggressive driving habits finds that road rage increases dramatically during the summer months. AAA says sunny days, Friday afternoon peak hours and moderately congested traffic all contribute to push anxious drivers into a rage. The study found that one in four road rage incidents occurs during the 4 to 6PM afternoon rush hour. Just more than two-thirds of road rage incidents occur on sunny days.

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The Sperry Police Department arrested a woman on Thursday after she allegedly drove drunk with four young children in her vehicle. Officers say Chief Justin Burch was sent to check out a reckless vehicle just before 5 p.m. on Highway 11. The driver, later identified as 30-year-old Nichole Wilke, was seen leaving the Dobbs Wrecker parking lot in a white Ford Explorer eastbound on 98th Street North. Burch witnessed the SUV cross the center median more than 10 times. When he pulled her over, Burch said he "could smell a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the car." He also said Wilke had slurred speech and red, watery, bloodshot eyes. Burch said he went back to his patrol car then, when he walked back to her SUV, he noticed Wilke moving a liquor bottle from the front of the passenger seat to the backseat. He discovered it was a 12-ounce bottle of Southern Comfort with about one-quarter of the liquor left. Wilke admitted she'd been drinking over about an hour-long period. Burch said there were four children, two 2-year-olds, a 4-year-old, and a 7-year-old, in the vehicle with her. After Wilke's mother came to pick up the children, Wilke was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and four counts of child endangerment. According to police, she blew a 0.32 on the breathalyzer, which is four times the legal limit in Oklahoma.


Bam Margera is suing Paramount, accusing the studio of firing him from the newest “Jackass” movie over his mental health issues. (

David Schwimmer has officially denied reports that he and Jennifer Aniston have been “spending time” together. (

Jennifer Aniston continues to take heat for saying she's avoiding people who are unvaccinated. (

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle considered moving to New Zealand — more than a year before they staged their “Megxit.” (

Pizza Hut will begin offering a “Beyond Meat” pepperoni topping at select stores in the U.S. (

An accused New York bank robber who was caught at a TD Bank on Tuesday was immediately released under the state's new bail reform laws- allowing him to hit two more banks! New York has eliminated bail for most crimes, allowing criminals to get out immediately. (

Stop wasting your money and buy generic like the smart kids do. A study (Tilburg University in the Netherlands and the University of Chicago) found 9 times out of 10, doctors buy generic aspirin over the brand-names and the majority of professional chefs buy generic, store-brand sugar and baking powder over the brand name ingredients. The study found Americans waste $64 billion a year on name brands when store brands cost half the price.


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Turkish Archaeologists believe they’ve found the remains of the famous Trojan Horse, which was used to commit a surprise attack in Ancient Greece.

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Move over murder hornets. Residents of Washington, DC, have come under siege by a plague of microscopic Oak Leaf Itch Mites whose bite leaves a raft of painful and itchy sores on their victims. Scientists say the mites have come to feed on the billions of cicada eggs that were left by the creatures when they emerged in the capitol last spring and fall on their unsuspecting victims when they pass under an infested tree. The bugs are 1/125 of an inch in length making them virtually invisible to the naked eye. If you’re bitten, you probably won’t even know until the sores begin to emerge about 10 hours later. Many traumatized residents have sought out each other in online support groups on Facebook. The bugs are expected to continue their reign of terror until the late fall. (

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A Florida woman is facing multiple charges after police say they took her off a plane at the Rapid City Regional Airport for exposing herself and becoming unruly. According to police, an officer at the airport was notified Friday night of a disruptive passenger who was exposing herself to others on the plane. The officer told the 41-year-old Mistie Justice Watkins of Daytona Beach Shores he would escort her off the plane. Police say when she pulled away and kicked the officer, additional officers arrived to take her out of the airport. She is facing charges of disorderly conduct, indecent exposure, assaulting a law enforcement officer, and unlawful occupancy. (

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Atlanta Sisters Raise Thousands To Gift Refugee Children With School Supplies