Show Notes for Tuesday, August 2, 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 2

National Coloring Book Day

National Ice Cream Sandwich Day

National Night Out Day

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A recent study found 72% of Americans have traveled, or plan to travel, in 2022. However, a big consideration for those returning to travel is remembering the proper etiquette. The nationwide survey of more than 1,000 people asked Americans about their thoughts on basic travel etiquette and the do’s and don’ts of behavior when flying on an airplane. Here’s some study highlights:

- Nearly half (45%) think travelers have become more rude, and less self-aware since the pandemic

- 90% think it is unacceptable to take your shoes and socks off on a plane (meaning 1 in 10 think it’s okay)

- 94% think it’s acceptable to take smelly food on a flight

- 65% say it’s okay to talk to someone next to you on a plane, whereas 35% believe it’s annoying and would rather not

- 2 in 3 people say they’ll continue to wear masks on planes in 2022

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A D-Day pilot celebrated turning 102, and attributes his longevity partly to a love of fine wine, among other pleasures. Harry Gamper, who turned 102 on July 20th, missed his 100th birthday party due to lockdown, but made sure he had double the fun this year. War hero and father of two, Harry served as an RAF pilot in World War II and won medals for his service in France and Germany including a Battle of Atlantic medal. During his time in the RAF, Harry completed over 1,000 hours of flying time, taking the reins of Warwicks, Wellingtons and Catalina flying boats, and left the air force in 1946. Harry had an Italian-themed birthday party, in memory of his late wife, Annalisa, who he enjoyed sun-soaked holidays in Italy with. “Life is beautiful, and I’ve always lived it to the full,” Harry said. “I love art, music, good food and the finest wine. All of these things, and the people around you are what matter most in life.” “I looked forward to my Italian feast and maybe a sing-along to some traditional Italian music.”


Jason Momoa is OK, and so is the other guy, after he got into an accident with a motorcyclist over the weekend. On Sunday, the 42-year-old actor collided with a biker who crossed over into his lane at a curve in Calabasas, California, according to law enforcement reports. The unnamed motorcyclist made contact with “the left front end” of the Momoa’s car hard enough to fall off their bike. The rider reportedly hit the “Aquaman” star’s car’s windshield and cleared the hood, before managing to land on their feet. Video footage of the crash’s aftermath showed emergency personnel and multiple motorcyclists on the scene, as Momoa appeared to walk away from the incident and back to his vehicle unharmed. The biker was taken to hospital with “minor injuries.” LINK:

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You know how it goes – you finally get to the end of the workweek, and you sit down in your easy chair that evening, all set to watch that thing that someone at work told you was “awesome” . . . and then you spend about 45 minutes trying to figure out if it’s on Netflix or Amazon or one of those other services with a plus sign in its name. Well, you need “QEWD”. QEWD is a new “search and discovery” app designed to make sense of who is streaming what, by helping users get recommendations from their network of friends, family, and even brands or influencers. And, most importantly, it also connects users with the streaming services where those shows and movies are currently available. QEWD is available now for free on Apple’s App Store and Google Play. It promises to allow users to access all of the services they subscribe to, plus platforms such as YouTube and TikTok, in one central location. It also lets you curate recommendations from other users, then find out where that programming can be accessed. And when movies move from Netflix to Amazon or another service, the links are updated, so you can always find “that thing” you’re looking for.

In Denmark two unidentified men broke into a home and began hauling stuff out to their car. A passerby noticed what was going on and confronted them, insisting that they return the stolen property. When they refused, he simply snatched the keys to their car. They called the cops to report that someone had taken the keys to their car. Officers quickly realized what was going on and placed the burglars under arrest.

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Donkey Kong got his name because his creator believed “donkey” meant “stupid” in English and wanted to convey the impression that the character was a “Stupid Ape.”

More than 1/5 of all the calories consumed by humans worldwide is provided by rice alone.

People can have a psychological disorder called Boanthropy that makes them believe that they are a cow. They try to live their life as a cow.

The name for the shape of Pringles is called a “Hyperbolic Paraboloid.”

There is a McDonald’s in every continent except Antarctica.


Question: 34% of at-home workers say this is the thing they miss most about going into an office.

Answer: Going for Happy Hour

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A Tennesee man was arrested after floating naked down the Nolichucky River and refusing help from rescuers, WJHL News reports. The Greene County Sheriff’s department said Troy Hunt jumped into the river near Ripley Island Road. Emergency personnel made many attempts to get Hunt out of the water, but he denied assistance, the report said. Hunt sang “God Bless the U.S.A.” as he made his way down the river, Greene County Sheriff’s Office officials said. Hunt made it almost 10 miles down the river before being brought back to shore, according to the report. Hunt was charged with indecent exposure and disorderly conduct.

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Simple Life Hacks That Will Make Your Life Easier

Most people know that freezing a water bottle is one of the best ways to get ice cold water. The problem however is waiting for enough ice to melt. Wait no more with this genius solution! Simply fill a water bottle a quarter of the way, lay it on its side in the freezer. After its frozen, fill the remaining bottle with water. The frozen portion will almost instantaneously chill the water, giving you Ice cold water on demand.

Put a bar or two of unopened soap in the drawers you use to store your clothes. Your clothes will always smell extra fresh and nice.

A frozen, saturated sponge in a bag makes an ice pack that won’t drip all over when it melts.

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"So this is my life — until I win the lottery." - Jim Halpert, The Office

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Man Leaves $3K Tip For Waitress At Alfredo's Pizza In Scranton