Show Notes for Tuesday, January 11, 2022

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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January 11

National Arkansas Day

National Human Trafficking Awareness Day

National Milk Day

National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day

Shop for Travel Day

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A study found that it’s better to cut carbs just two days a week instead of going low calorie every day. In the study, women who dropped bread, rice and potatoes two days a week and then ate a normal diet the rest of the time dropped nine pounds over a four month period. On the other hand, women who counted calories and stuck to a 1,500 calorie per day diet only lost five pounds over the same time span.

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A Knoxville woman is in custody after taking her clothes off and doing yoga in the parking lot of a business on North Broadway Tuesday, a report from Knoxville law enforcement said. Officers responded to the incident around 5 p.m. and found Lisa Breeden, 47, in the parking lot after she had dressed, the report said. Breeden allegedly had stopped multiple employees from coming out of the business to ask her what she was doing. Officers spoke with Breeden, who appeared to be under the influence, the report said. “While speaking with the defendant, she was unsteady on her feet, had a slurred speech, had bloodshot watery eyes, and nodded off multiple times,” officers said.


The Henry Ford II Estate – As Seen In HBO’s Succession”
One of the country’s premier estates is also seen as the summer home for the super-rich Roy family in the mega-hit HBO series Succession. Now entering its fourth season, Succession has been filmed in countries all over the globe, with its home base in New York City. As can be expected, owners of any large business conglomerate with headquarters in The Big Apple should have a summer home in the Hamptons. Such was the case with the Roys, who can be seen continuously fighting, cursing and jockeying for company position at the stunning 42-acre Henry Ford II Estate. The home, which was priced at $175 million in 2017 and reduced later to $145 million, has recently sold for $105 million. With nearly a quarter mile of Atlantic Ocean frontage and access to three ponds and Mecox Bay, the Ford Estate was built in the early 1960s and underwent a major renovation in 2008. Now known as Jule Pond, great care was taken to preserve the home’s original details such as distinctive ceilings with moldings and traditional chandeliers, Italian marble fireplaces, French parquet floors, and antique bathroom fixtures, most of which were imported from Europe. The listing was shared by Cody and Zachary Vichinsky of Bespoke, Ellen Stern of William Pitt and Julia B. Fee of Sotheby’s International Realty. For more celebrity home news and home video tours, visit

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If you work in a sales or service role, you might consider growing a beard. Researchers (St. Edward’s University, University of Texas at San Antonio) conducted five studies to test the “power of the beard.” The studies examined the beard’s effect on perception of expertise, trustworthiness, likelihood of sales and service satisfaction. Their conclusion: “In a sales or service role, where expertise and trust are crucial to converting sales, [men] would be well-served to grow a beard. Your LinkedIn profile and marketing materials may even benefit from the subtle cue conveyed by donning a beard.”

Let’s say you mistake a ghost pepper for a mere jalapeƱo and a couple of seconds later, are seriously regretting it. What’s the first thing you do? If you answered, “look for the nearest water source,” you’re not alone. According to scientists (American Chemical Society) you couldn’t be more wrong. Capsaicin is the chemical that makes spicy food hot. The more capsaicin in your spicy chile peppers, the higher they are on the Scoville scale. Capsaicin is made of non-polar molecules, while water is made of polar molecules. As a result, mixing the two is like mixing “oil and water”. When you drink water after eating something spicy, your mouth is likely to feel worse because the non-polar molecules get spread around. Consuming dairy products can help because dairy can neutralize those pesky non-polar molecules, returning your tongue to normal.

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oneybees can be trained to detect explosives. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

Dateline.... GERMANY

Germany is shutting down half of the six nuclear plants it still has in operation, a year before the country draws the final curtain on its decades-long use of atomic power. The decision to phase out nuclear power and shift from fossil fuels to renewable energy was first taken in 2002. The three reactors now being shuttered were first powered up in the mid-1980s. Together they provided electricity to millions of German households for almost four decades.

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A Knoxville man could face decades in prison after he allegedly held employees of a Little Caesar’s restaurant at gunpoint with an AK-47 after being told it would take 10 minutes to make his pizza. Officers responded to the store on Cedar Bluff Rd around 9 p.m. on Nov. 5 where witnesses said the suspect, later identified as Charles Doty Jr. became angry after being told about the wait and asked for free breadsticks. An incident report states he then left the store to wait and returned with an AK-47 in hand, demanding the pizza immediately. Another person in the store who had already gotten their order handed Doty her pepperoni pizza and he fled the scene before police arrived. Surveillance video showed the suspect threatened an employee who was attempting to leave from his shift and prevented him from freely doing so. That victim then fled the lobby to the back room of the business and called 911. Doty Jr., 63, was charged with four counts of aggravated assault and one count of especially aggravated kidnapping. According to, especially aggravated kidnapping is a Class A felony punishable by 15 to 60 years in prison and a maximum fine of $50,000 in the state of Tennessee. Doty Jr. was taken into custody and placed in jail on a total bond of $90,000. He is set to appear in Knox County Criminal Court on Monday, Nov. 29.

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Salon magazine asked it readers to sum up their lives (or their philosophy of life) in six words or less.

Quite often confused; was never satisfied.

Failure was apparently an option here.

I chased him, he caught me.

Just keep doing the next thing.

Half over but feels like new.

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Career Oil Exec Dedicates Himself to Capping Millions of Abandoned Oil Wells to Help the Planet