Show Notes for Tuesday, January 25, 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 25

National Florida Day

National Irish Coffee Day

National Opposite Day

Plan for Vacation Day

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According to a study, neuroscientists say that we can have what they are calling emotional hangovers.

The workplace may seem like the last place to try out your latest joke, but a study suggests jokes can make you seem more confident and capable — even if your joke flops. The study (published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology) incorporated three different experiments and suggested demonstrating your sense of humor with appropriate jokes increases your status among colleagues. And this is good to know: Don’t be afraid of a flop. Bad jokes — as long as they are appropriate — won’t harm your social standing or affect how competent people think you are. They may even increase how confident you seem.

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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 Fargo man was under the influence in Moorhead when he crashed a vehicle with four young children in it, deputies alleged in court documents. Aaron Mitchell Lambert, 27, appeared Friday, Jan. 21, in Clay County District Court on charges of driving while intoxicated and child endangerment. The case stems from a report of a vehicle driving at a high rate of speed around 3:40 a.m. Friday, a criminal complaint said. A tow truck had been called to the vehicle for gasoline, but the vehicle sped away after being fueled, the complaint said. A deputy then spotted an SUV driving 98 mph in a 65 mph zone, a Clay County deputy said. The vehicle crashed into a ditch as it entered Hawley, Minnesota, the complaint said. Lambert, a woman and four juvenile children ages 4 months to 5 years old were inside, according to the complaint. One child had no seat belt on when the officer arrived at the crash scene, the complaint said. “Further investigation showed while the infant was in a car seat, there was only one additional booster seat in the vehicle, not enough for all of the juveniles to be safely secured,” the complaint said.


What film are you most looking to (maybe) seeing in theaters this year? Fans were polled and here’s what that said: Scream; The Batman; Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness; Jurassic World Dominion; Lightyear (Buzz Lightyear film); Thor: Love and Thunder; Bullet Train (Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock); Mission: Impossible 7; Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One); The Flash; Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom; Avatar 2; Knives Out 2.

Kanye Spends $57 Million On Malibu Concrete-Sculpture House”
Kanye West just paid $57.3 million for a Malibu home designed by Japanese architect Tadao Ando. The 5,700-square-foot home was built using 1,200 tons of poured concrete, 200 tons of steel reinforcement, and is “part house, part sculpture.” For more celebrity home news and home video tours, visit

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We all know the term “wind chill”. The wind-chill factor is the temperature that a person feels because of the wind. For example, if a thermometer reads 35 degrees Fahrenheit and the wind is blowing at 25 miles per hour, the wind-chill factor causes it to feel like it is 8 degrees. In other words, your 98-degree body loses heat as though it is 8 degrees outside. The wind-chill factor is the same effect that causes you to blow on hot soup to cool it down. The movement of the air increases the soup’s loss of heat by convection, so the soup cools down faster. For an inanimate object, wind-chill has an effect if the object is warm. For example, say that you fill two glasses with the same amount of 100-degree water. You put one glass in your refrigerator, which is at 35 degrees, and one outside, where it is 35 degrees and the wind is blowing at 25 mph (so the wind-chill makes it feel like 8 degrees). The glass outside will get cold quicker than the glass in the refrigerator because of the wind. However, the glass outside will not get colder than 35 degrees — the air is 35 degrees whether it is moving or not. That is why the thermometer reads 35 degrees even though it feels like 8 degrees.

Relaxing in a hot sauna may not only feel good -- it might affect your heart and blood vessels in ways that are similar to moderate exercise. On average, the study found, sauna users saw a drop in blood pressure and artery "stiffness" immediately after their heat bath. They also showed an increase in heart rate that was similar to the effect from moderate exercise.

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Each year (in the U.S.) there are about 15,000 accidents involving vacuum cleaners.

If a Polar Bear and a Grizzly Bear mate, their offspring is called a “Pizzy Bear”.

Attics were invented in Attica.

Before buying a TV a guy will spend two hours, three minutes doing research. PRESENTS... A NEWS HEADLINE... FROM SOMEWHERE IN THIS WORLD!

Dateline.... CROATIA

In Croatia a woman was working in a clothing store when a robber ran in holding a gun and told her to hand over the money in the register. The assistant manager said the robber looked so young and nervous she couldn’t help but break out in laughter. The robber was so embarrassed he turned and ran.

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North Korea’s former leader invented the burrito ten years ago. You didn’t know this? The false claim came as the country said it was doing a “booming” trade in the Tex-Mex dish in the capital, Pyongyang. A video out of North Korea described the meal as a “wheat wrap”. A North Korean newspaper, seen as a government mouthpiece, reported that the burrito was thought up in 2011 by Kim Jong-il — the father of current supreme leader Kim Jong-un.

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15 Things You Might Not Realize Are Rude In Other Countries

1. Eating with your left hand – United Arab Emirates and other Muslim-majority countries

2. Blowing your nose in public – Japan

3. Tipping less than around 15-20% – United States of America

4. Pointing at someone with your index finger – Malaysia

5. Leaving food on your plate – Thailand

6. Giving a big ol' bear hug – France

7. Assuming the dinner bill will be split if you're the one who extended the invitation – Colombia

8. Curling your index finger to make a beckoning gesture – the Phillipines

9. Asking for grated cheese to put on your seafood – Italy

10. Just bringing an actual plate when asked to "bring a plate" to a party – New Zealand

11. Exposing the soles of your feet – several Middle Eastern and South Asian countries.

12. Biting straight into your baguette – France

13. Not stating your name during phone calls – The Netherlands

14. Unwrapping a gift immediately – China

15. Not asking for seconds – Nepal

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Dutch Supermarket Chain Opens Slower 'Chat Checkouts' In An Effort To Combat Loneliness Among The Elderly.