Show Notes for Tuesday, June 21, 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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June 21

Go Skateboarding Day

National Arizona Day

National Daylight Appreciation Day

National Day of the Gong

National Peaches ‘N’ Cream Day

National Selfie Day

National Smoothie Day

Anne and Samantha Day

National Seashell Day

Summer Begins

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According to a poll, having a poor diet is a major dealbreaker in a relationship. While the OnePoll survey of 2,000 Americans found that almost half of us admit that eating too much junk food is one of our own worst habits, that didn’t stop it from being something that we judge a potential mate on.

Here are the Top 5 “Dining Dealbreakers”:

Eating too fast – 38%

Being a picky eater – 35%

Mindless snacking – 35%

Regularly consuming junk food – 35%

Taking food from my plate – 35%

and here are the “Top 5 “Guilty Pleasure” foods:

Pizza – 36%

Ice cream – 35%

Burgers – 33%

Chips – 32%

Fried chicken – 32%

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Japan has passed legislation making “online insults” punishable by imprisonment amid rising concern over cyberbullying. Under the amendment to the country’s penal code — set to take effect this summer — offenders convicted of online insults can be jailed for up to one year, or fined 300,000 yen (US $2,200). It’s a significant increase from the existing punishments of detention for fewer than 30 days and a fine of up to 10,000 yen ($75). The change was sparked by the suicide of a reality TV star who had faced social media abuse.


It’s the one where ‘Chandler’ finished his book. Matthew Perry announced that he has finished his memoir via an Instagram post showing a stack of typed pages. The caption reads, “My ego doesn’t like that I have to stop writing about myself. But the book is now done. So that’s that.” The “Friends” actor revealed in February that he was working on the book, titled “Friends, Lovers, and the Big Terrible Thing”. The publisher, Macmillan division Flatiron Books, said Perry would be detailing some behind-the-scenes stories from the sitcom and his struggle with addiction using his “trademark humor.” Perry’s memoir is set to be released Nov. 1. LINK:

Jerry Seinfeld has recruited an all-star cast for his first live-action feature film as director, and the project has a very unconventional story. “Unfrosted: The Pop-Tart Story” focuses on Kellogg’s and Post’s race to create a toaster pastry. Melissa McCarthy, Amy Schumer, Hugh Grant, and James Marsden are just a few of the actors joining Seinfeld on the quest to create the Pop-Tart. Unfrosted is set in 1963, when Post made a huge mistake by announcing it had created a way to keep moist food from spoiling by using foil long before they had the product ready to sell. Kellogg’s managed to get its own version, Pop-Tarts, in stores quickly. Unfrosted also features Max Greenfield, Tom Lennon, Adrian Martinez, Bobby Moynihan, Christian Slater, and Sarah Cooper. Seinfeld co-wrote the script and is co-producing. No release date yet.

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A new streaming service is offering viewers the chance to watch for free — without ads or a subscription – and is offering to pay YOU in cryptocurrency to do it. Launched last month, Rewarded TV allows users to earn crypto tokens as they watch, and invest the currency back into paying content providers or buying NFTs to support creators. The streaming platform is available on the web and major platforms now, offering thousands of hours of free content, including the Agatha Christie mystery “And Then There Were None” and the Casper Van Dien-led biopic “James Dean: Race With Destiny.” Owner and former advertising exec Krish Arvapally says the plan is to monetize Rewarded TV in the future through premium content and perks that viewers can unlock with their RPLAY tokens or cash.

If you’re trying to cut back on spending, researchers say you may want to hold off on drinking caffeine before heading to the store. An international study led by the University of South Florida found that drinking coffee before going shopping can impact what products you choose to buy, as well as how much you spend. A press release says: “Caffeine, as a powerful stimulant, releases dopamine in the brain, which excites the mind and the body. This leads to a higher energetic state, which in turn enhances impulsivity and decreases self-control. This decrease in self-control can lead to shopping impulsivity in terms of higher number of items purchased and greater spending.”

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Iceland has a dating app that stops you from hooking up with your cousin.

Dogs are not color blind.

Crows can remember the faces of individual humans. They can also hold a grudge.

There are more stars in space than there are grains of sand on every beach in the world..

Beeping alarm clocks have been known to cause heart attacks.


Question: A third of people say they do THIS only when they’re on vacation. What is it?

Answer: Eat dessert

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The long running territorial dispute has finally come to an end. No, we’re not talking about Russia/Ukraine…or even about China/Taiwan. We’re speaking of Hans Island, a barren arctic rock midway between Greenland and Canada’s Nunavut. Canada and Denmark have been feuding over the 1.3 square km Hans Island, which has no known strategic value or resources, for nearly 50 years. Now, under the terms of a new agreement, one side will be Canadian, and the other under the control of the Kingdom of Denmark. In a decades-long show of passive aggressive military force, whenever the Canadian or Danish militaries were in the area, they would make a point of stopping at Hans Island, tearing down the rival nations’ flag and hoisting their own. In what’s been called the “Friendliest War”, the Canadians would leave behind a bottle of whiskey, while the Danes would leave behind a bottle of Scandinavian Schnapps. The 2 countries celebrated the signing of the agreement on Tuesday with one last bottle exchange.

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1. Go swimming

2. Go on theme park rides

3. Go to watch a live show

4. Go to the cinema

5. Go to the zoo

6. Play video games

7. Go to the park

8. Go to fun fairs

9. Go to a water park

10. Play football

11. Play with toys

12. Eat dinner out

13. Go to softplay

14. Bake

15. Fly kites

16. Have picnics

17. Go bowling

18. Go for a bike ride

19. Get takeout

  1. Walk together

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"People say, ‘How you stay looking so young?’ I say, well, good lighting, good doctors, and good makeup." - Dolly Parton

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Forget apples – A beer a day keeps the doctor away. In a study, which was published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, researchers had healthy men drink around 12 ounces of alcoholic or non-alcoholic lager beer daily for 4 weeks. They found that compared to the beginning of the study, men who had a beer-a-day had a more diverse set of gut microbes, which can reduce the risk for some diseases, and better markers of overall intestinal health. And the good news doesn’t stop there. Researchers also said that a single daily beer did not appear to increase body weight or body fat mass. They do remind you, however, that because the safest level of alcohol consumption is none, non-alcoholic beer may be the more healthful choice.