Show Notes for Tuesday, August 16, 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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August 16

National Airborne Day

National Roller Coaster Day

National Rum Day

National Tell a Joke Day

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Yeah…you’ll probably consider changing your passwords after hearing THIS: Most people in a relationship say they could easily hack their partner’s passwords if they wanted to. A survey of 2,000 people about their password habits found that the average person thinks they could get into their significant other’s phone in just 5 attempts. How? This might have something to do with it: Respondents themselves said they have 4 ‘go-to’ passwords, with 31% saying that the ones they use are mainly different variations of the same thing, but with additional punctuation or numbers. The average respondent has 6 online accounts they’ve never even used because they didn’t need to use them again.

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According to a 2021 survey by, 28% of respondents admitted to ghosting, or not responding to, an employer during the hiring process. Of the ghosters, 46% did not show up for a scheduled interview and 7% did not appear on their first day of work. More and more, employee retention starts well before the first day on the job. Job seekers give a number of reasons for ghosting a potential employer. Candidates who receive another job offer decide to move forward with the job that is certain. After the interview, a job seeker may determine that the company or position is not a good fit and remove themselves from the process. Money is a key factor, too. Job seekers are able to command higher wages now more than just a few years ago, and more and more feel empowered to walk away from low offers.


Hugh Grant insists he is “not that posh”, despite the characters he has played onscreen. The 61-year-old has made a career out of playing middle class men such as ‘Edward Ferrars’ in “Sense and Sensibility” and Daniel Cleaver in “Bridget Jones’ Diary” but says while growing up, he was a “badly-behaved and pretentious” schoolboy who would smoke and do impersonations of the teachers. Following school, Grant won a scholarship to Oxford, but explained that he has often felt like the “black sheep” of his family, partly because his older brother is a financial broker who “makes a lot of money and I was ‘dumb Hugh’. Talented and cute and all, but lazy and a total idiot with money.”

One of the famous cars from the film “Grease” is coming up for auction Aug. 20, and it was signed by Olivia Newton-John. The black custom 1949 Mercury known as “Hell’s Chariot” was raced by the villain ‘Crater Face’ against Danny Zuko’s “Greased Lightning” down the Los Angeles River culvert in one of the film’s most iconic scenes. The menacing topless hot rod, with its classic flames, used a set of razor hubcaps to tear through Zuko’s Ford. The car was later used to parade Newton-John through Las Vegas to the opening night event for her residency, which is when she put her signature on the on the dashboard. The car was consigned to the Monterey CA auction months before Newton-John’s death on Tuesday, and was given a pre-auction estimate of $600,000 to $750,000.

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Remember newspaper classified ads? You don’t see so many of them anymore, but here are some that actually appeared in major – and not-so major – newspaper classified sections . . .

For sale: Antique desk suitable for lady with thick legs and large drawers.

Dog for Sale. Eats anything and is especially fond of children.

Joining nudist colony and must sell washer & dryer. $300.

Wanted: 50 girls for stripping machine operators in factory.

Man wanted to work in dynamite factory. Must be willing to travel.

For sale – 8 puppies from a German Shepherd and an Alaskan Hussy.

Wanted: Preparer of food. Must be dependable, like the food business, and be willing to get hands dirty.

Our experienced Mom will care for your child. Fenced yard, meals and smacks included.

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A hippo’s stomach is 10 feet long and can hold 400 pounds of food.

Insects shiver when they’re cold.

The word “hipster” goes back to the 1930s, when it was used to refer to someone in the jazz scene.

The longest book title contains 1,809 words. (You don’t want to know…)

A 2013 mermaid “mockumentary” on Animal Planet fooled so may people that the U.S. government had to release a statement explaining that “No evidence of aquatic humanoids has ever been found.”

Gerber once tried to market a baby food for adults.


Question: It might sound weird, but 21% of people admit they have tried to make themselves smell better by rubbing THIS on themselves. What is it?

Answer: Dryer sheets

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I can’t see it ever rivalling “Coke Zero Sugar” as far as sales go, but Coca-Cola has unveiled its latest experimental, limited-time, bizarre flavor — wait for it … “Dreamworld”. And it tastes like … dreams, I suppose? The company says it took inspiration from the “technicolor world of dreams” in coming up with Dreamworld, in an effort at creating a “dream-inspired drink that was recognizable Coca-Cola, but with additional cues that bring to life the playfulness and brightness of dreams.” Dreamworld, available starting Monday, is the 4th drink to come out of Coca-Cola Creations, Coke’s new innovation platform that focuses on limited-time items with a digital component, including “Starlight” (space-flavored) and “Byte” (pixel-flavored). The third item, launched earlier this summer, had a more traditional strawberry and watermelon flavor, and was developed with electronic music producer Marshmello. Products like “Dreamworld,” which advertise a concept rather than a flavor, are each launched along with a specialized online “experience”.

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Simple Life Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier

If your bedroom happens to be small you can always set your mattress atop a storage unit to create more floor space.

Got ink on your brand-new tee? Don’t panic, there’s a solution. Drop a bit of hand sanitizer on the stain to dissolve the ink. Follow up by throwing the shirt in the wash.

If you like wearing footwear without socks, you're probably familiar with the odor associated with such practice. To get rid of the odor, wash your sneakers and stuff them with newspaper. The newspaper will soak up the moisture and any bad smells. However you might want to start wearing socks.

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Yesterday, SGT McCoy met a man by the name of Dan Williams, age:57, sitting in front of Wendy’s in Horn Lake. He was down on his luck and was hungry. SGT McCoy walked him inside and offered to buy the man lunch. The Wendy’s Management would not let the deputy pay, because they covered Mr. Williams’ meal instead! SGT McCoy sat down and ate lunch with Mr. Williams. He found out that Mr. Williams had no money or phone and has been catching rides from Ohio in an attempt to get down to Monroe, Louisiana to be with family. SGT McCoy could tell that Mr. Williams had a good heart and wanted to help him, so he got with Deputies Brea, Garrett, and Andrews. They all pulled money out of their own pockets and pitched in to buy Mr. Williams an $89.00 Greyhound bus ticket to get home, along with an additional $60.00 for some food and necessities. SGT McCoy later said that Mr. Williams broke down and cried as he was dropping him off at the bus station in Memphis, TN. Mr. Williams looked over to SGT McCoy and told him, “Out of all of the people that reached out to help me in my time of need, it was the cops. Thank you!!” This is not a one time incident….These random acts of kindness happen everyday across this county and our nation with law enforcement officers reaching out to help those in need, but most of these good deeds go unnoticed because that’s our job and that’s what we do. We are proud to protect and serve you!