Show Notes for Tuesday, October 19, 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

October 19

National Kentucky Day

National Seafood Bisque Day

National LGBT Center Awareness Day

Pro-Life Day of Silent Solidarity

National Pharmacy Technician Day

SURVEYS, STUDIES & SUCH: Brought to you by

According to a new survey of 2,000 Americans, 7 in 10 remote workers say they are feeling more isolated, compared to being in the office. Many reported missing simple things such as face-to-face meetings, office celebrations, and after-work happy hours. (

A new study reveals that the slowdown in traffic caused by the pandemic led to fewer frogs being killed by vehicle. (

THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON DRUGS: Brought to you by!
Each day we share stories about people doing dumb things under the influence, but ADDICTION IS NO LAUGHING MATTER! If you or someone you know needs help, we're here! Learn more at

A grandma and her friend who broke their legs after drunkenly breaking into a pool and going down the water slide are threatening legal action. Claire Vickers had been at a pub for four hours before heading to her pal Barry Douglas' house for some more beverages. But during the early hours, they decided to break into Aldershot Lido leisure park in Hampshire for an inebriated splash about - but the decision to go down the water slide proved to be an extremely unwise one. The pair threw themselves down together, oblivious to the fact a barrier had been placed at the exit. The mum-of-five and forklift driver Baz subsequently smashed into the blockage, leaving them trapped with horrific injuries. Claire's snapped shin popped out of her skin on her right leg, and she completely shattered her left foot whilst Barry broke a leg and both feet. No police action was taken against the pair and Claire admitted they had been “idiots” - but now they're threatening legal action against the swimming pool. Appearing October 5th on “This Morning,” Baz said security and fencing at the site isn't good enough and 
“there will be legal action being taken.” Claire added: “I just think that everybody makes a mistake. Everybody has got drunk at some point in their life and made a silly choice, and that's what this was.” (


Candace Cameron Bure felt “sick to her stomach” when she had to discuss hard topics on “The View,” revealing she still suffers from “PTSD” from her two-season stint on the talk show. The “Fuller House” actress admitted in a new interview that the stress and anxiety she feels when talking about the show — which she co-hosted from 2015-2016 — still leaves a “pit in [her] stomach.” (

Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter Lyssa Chapman claimed she’s been instructed not to share “active information” about the search for Brian Laundrie – as her dad returns to Colorado after injuring his ankle during the manhunt. (

SCOOP OF THE DAY: Brought to you by

A group of Astronauts are preparing for life on Mars by living for one month in an Israeli dessert. (

A robotics company has created a robot dog with a rifle mounted to its back. (

Researchers at Cal-tech have built a new type of robot that can walk, skateboard, and balance on a slack line. (

A new report claims the largest comet ever known could be headed straight towards earth. (

According to a new report, the average American is spending an extra $175 per month due to inflation. (


Share this with your friends... they'll think you're really smart!

Pumpkins were once recommended for removing freckles and curing snake bites. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

Dateline.... RUSSIAN

According to a new report, Russians have been flocking to Serbia for western-made COVID-19 vaccines. Russia has its own COVID vaccine, but many citizens don’t trust it. (

WEIRD NEWS: Brought to you by

A female detention officer at a North Carolina jail was fired after being charged with having sex with an inmate. Karen Payton, a 47-year-old officer for the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office, was fired Tuesday after warrants were issued for her arrest. Payton, who joined the department in August 2019, allegedly engaged in a sex act with a male inmate and gave him a tobacco product while he was in custody at Mecklenburg County Detention Center in Charlotte. “There is no place for this type of conduct or behavior in our detention facilities or agency,” Sherriff Garry McFadden said. “We face too many daily challenges here at MCSO to allow such behavior and activity to continue that could compromise the safety and security of our staff and our residents.” The accusations against Payton do not reflect the “professionalism and high standards” required from sheriff department staffers, McFadden added. Sheriff’s officials said they could not provide additional information on the ongoing criminal investigation. Payton, of Charlotte, was arrested Tuesday on three felony counts of engaging in a sex act with an inmate at the lockup and a misdemeanor count of providing tobacco to an inmate.

MOMENT OF DUH: Brought to you by

After demanding that an interloper get off his sprawling lawn, a 90-year-old Florida Man twice punched a neighbor in the face, according to cops who arrested the rowdy nonagenarian for battery and resisting arrest. Police say Thomas Conrad was busted Saturday afternoon following a dispute over a gardener cutting grass outside his home in Sorrento, a city 30 miles from Orlando. Conrad’s next-door neighbor, 46-year-old Jack Henson, told police that his “lawn guy was being yelled at by [Conrad] for being on his property while cutting the grass.” Conrad recalled telling the gardener to “get off his property.” After asking Conrad “numerous times” to leave them alone, Henson recalled, an “agitated and aggressive” Conrad declared, “I should punch you.” Henson said he replied, “Go ahead, but I wouldn’t advise or police will get called.” Cops allege that Conrad then punched Henson twice in the face. When police later arrived at Conrad’s residence, he was resting and did not want to be disturbed, his 89-year-old wife told deputies. When cops tried to explain that he had committed a battery, Conrad told them to “Get the f*ck out of my house” and began to walk away. As deputies sought to take Conrad into custody, he allegedly balled up his fist and refused to place his hands behind his back. After being handcuffed, Conrad was booked into the county jail for battery and resisting police, both misdemeanors. (

GOLF COURSE OR REHAB: Brought to you by
I read the name of a REAL business located somewhere in the world...
Heidi has to guess if it's a Golf Course or a Rehab Center.

Meadow Lake in Columbia Falls, Montana ….. GOLF COURSE

GOOD NEWS: Brought to you by

Homecoming Queen Gives Crown To Classmate Who Lost Her Mother Hours Prior