Show Notes for Tuesday, November 30, 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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November 30

National Personal Space Day

National Mason Jar Day

National Mousse Day

National Meth Awareness Day

Computer Security Day

Stay Home Because You’re Well Day

National Mississippi Day

National Day of Giving

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A survey found that every year over 10,000 American men are injured using washers and dryers. Using them, not installing or removing them them.

When using a public toilet, 41 percent of us flush with our shoe.

Researchers say IQ is not set but can go up or down over a lifetime.

A survey, carried out for Travelodge, found that on an average men spend 23 minutes in the shower in the morning, compared to 22 minutes for women.

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Police in China stopped a driver during a drunk driving check. When they determined he had been drinking, the man fled, jumped into a nearby river and crawled into a sewer line. A total 34 rescue workers sent in to fish out the guy. Police said the man played “hide-and-seek” with rescuers for six hours. They listened for his movements and tried to catch him by popping up manhole covers. The man was eventually cornered and captured. By the time rescuers pulled him up the man was unconscious from the fumes in the sewer.


Jared Leto’s Italian accent in the new film “House of Gucci” is being mocked online, with some Twitter uses saying he sounds like Super Mario.

The new film “House of Gucci,” which stars Lady Gaga, hit theaters Wednesday. (

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Due to inflation, Dollar Tree is now selling most of their items for more than $1. (

If someone near you yawns, do you yawn, too? About half of adults yawn after someone else does in a phenomenon called contagious yawning. A study found that most children aren’t susceptible to contagious yawning until they’re about 4 years old — and that children with autism are less likely to yawn contagiously than others.

Ever wondered if your dog is right- or left-pawed? A study out of Australia found 15 percent of dogs are lefties. Why does it matter? Scientists examined whether being left-pawed, right-pawed or ambidextrous indicates an animal’s suitability for a career in law enforcement, or as a guide dog for the blind. The study built on research that found a dog without a preference to use a left or right front paw is more likely to be upset by fireworks and thunderstorms.

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Dateline.... RUSSIA

A lucky hamster in Russia was rescued by veterinarians after it was swallowed alive by the family dog. A young girl was playing with her hamster when it jumped from her knee and the dog pounced and swallowed the critter in one gulp. The family could hear the hamster squeaking from inside the dog, so they knew it was still alive. The dog was rushed to the vet and the hamster was removed, unconscious, but alive.

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An Ontario teenager has been arrested after allegedly stealing $46 million from one person in a massive cryptocurrency scam in the United States. According to police, the victim had been targeted by a SIM swap attack, a method of manipulating cellular network carriers so scammers can intercept two-factor authentication requests. "The joint investigation revealed that some of the stolen cryptocurrency was used to purchase an online username that was considered to be rare in the gaming community,” police said in a statement. "This transaction led investigators to uncover the account holder of the rare username." A Hamilton youth was arrested in mid-2020 in connection with the incident for theft over $5,000 and possession of property or proceeds of property obtained by crime. The age of the suspect has not been released by investigators. Investigators said this is the largest cryptocurrency scam involving one person in Canadian history. As the case makes its way through the courts, Hamilton police are asking the public to be vigilant in the security of their funds, whether they are held in crypto or centralized currency.(

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A Raleigh man was charged with insurance fraud after officials say he faked an image to show there was a hair in his McDonald's burger. Officials accused Ronnie Bernard Truesdale, 41, of planting a hair on a the burger after removing the wrapper. Truesdale also said the burger caused him to become nauseated. He filed an insurance claim with Zurich North America, an insurer for McDonald's, for pain and suffering, as well as $1,595 in medical expenses paid to WakeMed. Truesdale was also charged with felony attempting to obtain property by false pretense. (

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'We Can Do Anything': Deaf High School Football Team Goes Undefeated