Show Notes for Tuesday, May 3, 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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May 3rd

National Chocolate Custard Day

National Garden Meditation Day

National Lumpy Rug Day

National Montana Day

National Paranormal Day

National Raspberry Popover Day

National SAN Architect Day

National Specially-Able Pets Day

National Textiles Day

National Two Different Colored Shoes Day

National Foster Care Day

National Teacher Appreciation Day

SURVEYS, STUDIES & SUCH: Brought to you by

Red or white wine? Well, perhaps your choice depends on what ails you. A recent study found that the color of your wine benefits your health in different ways. Iowa State University researchers also found that drinking either red or white wine is a healthier option than consuming beer or spirits. How? They determined that beer and booze both lead to higher levels of visceral fat – the more harmful type that wraps around organs and can cause heart disease and other problems. The study found that consuming wine did not lead to the same buildup of visceral fat, and drinking red wine actually contributes to having less. In addition to not influencing the growth of visceral fat, white wine was found to contribute to having stronger bones among older drinkers, compared to those opting for red wine or beer. And remember, while some reports have found that even a single glass of alcohol shrinks the brain, others have found that red wine does everything from improving gut health to lowering diabetes risk.

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Following the death of the oldest person in the world, Kane Tanaka of Japan, who was 119 years, 107 days when she passed last week, Sister André of France has been crowned the oldest person alive, at 118 years and 77 days. Born Feb. 11, 1904, as Lucile Randon, Sister André is also the third-oldest French person and third-oldest European on record. Guinness confirmed her status Tuesday.


Ryan Reynolds will be the 36th recipient of the American Cinematheque Award. In the announcement, AC Board Chair Rick Nicita said: “Ryan Reynolds is a Renaissance Man 2.0 for our times. He is an actor, a business entrepreneur, a writer, a comedian, a producer and a creative innovator on screen and off…and most important, a true movie star. Reynolds will be honored at a ceremony at The Beverly Hilton on Nov. 17, an annual fundraiser for the non-profit organization.

Fast & Furious” director Justin Lin will no longer direct the franchise’s next installment “Fast X”. Just days after filming film began last week, Lin has announced his decision to “step back as director.” Lin, who co-wrote the film, and directed 5 others in the franchise, said he will remain involved as a producer. While Lin did not provide a reason, sources say “the parting was amicable between both parties” and Lin “ultimately decided to step away from the franchise due to creative differences.”

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A Will Smith impersonator says his popularity — and income — have nearly doubled following the Academy Award-winner’s notorious Oscars slap. 43-year-old Shad Ellis of Bedford, England, has moonlighted as Smith’s doppelgänger for 25 years, performing at nightclubs, weddings and corporate events around the world. Since the infamous incident when Smith smacked Chris Rock onstage, his services have never been in greater demand. He charges about $750 per gig.


You lecture the neighborhood kids selling lemonade on ways to improve their process.

You find you really need PowerPoint to explain what you do for a living.

You get all excited when it’s Saturday so you can wear sweat pants to work.

You think that ‘progressing an action plan’ and ‘calendarizing a project’ are acceptable English phrases.

You know the people at the airport hotels better than your next door neighbors.

You think that Einstein would have been more effective had he put his ideas into a matrix.

You think a ‘half-day’ means leaving at 5 o’clock.

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Kangaroos keep growing until they die.

Racehorses can wear out new horse shoes in one race.

According to hotel industry data, men generally leave their hotel rooms cleaner than women do.

Lard has more calories than any other food — 902 per 100g. Butter has 876 per 100g.

In the middle ages, having ants in the house was a sign of good luck.

When it comes to wine, an aroma similar to cat pee is a considered a good thing.


Question: When food servers do THIS, tips have been shown to increase by as much as 20%. What is it?

Answer: Draw a happy face on the bill

WEIRD NEWS: Brought to you by

Are you ready for this? Tropicana has announced a new cereal designed to be eaten in a bowl – with orange juice! The fruit company says followers of its Instagram page will have the chance to win a box of Tropicana Crunch, described as “the first cereal made for OJ.” On its website, Tropicana said of the honey-almond flavored concoction: “Prepare your mind and cereal bowl for an unforgettable breakfast experience.” Specifics on the giveaway will be revealed May 4 on the Tropicana Instagram page.


THE LIST: Brought to you by


1. ‘Baby Shark Dance’ – Pinkfong Kids’ Songs & Stories (10.53 billion views)

2. ‘Despacito’ — Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee (7.82 billion)

3. ‘Johny Johny Yes Papa – LooLoo Kids – (6.31 billion)

4. ‘Shape of You’ — Ed Sheeran (5.69 billion)

5. ‘See You Again’ — Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth — (5.48 billion)

6. ‘Bath Song’ – Cocomelon Nursery Rhymes (5.27 billion) [American educational]

7. ‘Phonics Song with Two Words’ – ChuChu TV (4.58 billion) [Indian educational]

8. ‘Learning Colors – Colorful Eggs on a Farm’ – Miroshka TV (4.56 billion) [Russian educational]

9. ‘Uptown Funk’ — Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars (4.54 billion)

10.‘Masha and the Bear – Recipe for Disaster’ – Get Movies (4.49 billion) [Russian children’s cartoon]

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A hair-braiding class for dudes? Why not? Annis Waugh owns Braid Maidens in St. Albans, England, and as part of a fundraiser for a local school, she set up workshops for parents. After realizing she never had a man enroll in any of her hair-braiding classes, she designed a course called “Beers and Braids” to appeal to dads. The class sold out, with dozens of fathers signing up for the waiting list. Waugh taught the dads about hair textures and types, and demonstrated brushing and braiding techniques. The men practiced on plastic heads, and “were super engaged and really enthusiastic learners,” according to Waugh. One father says he signed up so he could help his daughters get ready for school, because “It shouldn’t just be one gender doing stuff like this. The more we do and share the load, the better it is for my daughters.”