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Best and Second Best of Car Talk: with Click and Clack e-book

Author:

Tom Magliozzi,Ray Magliozzi

Language:

English

Category:

Humor

Subcategory:

Humor

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1887 kb

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Rating:

4.6

Publisher:

Highbridge Audio; Abridged,Abridged edition (May 1, 2002)

ISBN:

1565116631

Best and Second Best of Car Talk: with Click and Clack e-book

by Tom Magliozzi,Ray Magliozzi


Thomas Louis "Tom" Magliozzi (June 28, 1937 – November 3, 2014) and his brother Raymond Francis "Ray" Magliozzi (born March 30, 1949) were the co-hosts of NPR's weekly radio show Car Talk.

Their show was honored with a Peabody Award in 1992. Tom died on November 3, 2014 aged 77 in Belmont, Massachusetts due to complications from Alzheimer's disease.

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The Best of and the Second Best of Car Talk. by Ray Magliozzi and Tom Magliozzi. Car Talk's syndicated newspaper column can be found right here, twice a week, in Tom & Ray's lousy blog. ISBN13:9781565116641. Release Date:January 2002.

Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the Peabody Award-winning hosts of NPR's Car Talk, live in Cambridge, M.

Tom and Ray Magliozzi, the Peabody Award-winning hosts of NPR's Car Talk, live in Cambridge, MA. Car Talk is heard by more than . million listeners each week on 600 public radio stations.

This hilarious romp with Tom and Ray is a gasket-blowing, side-splitting audio program, again featuring the most humorous and ourrageous segments from their . Be the first to ask a question about The Second Best of Car Talk. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

This hilarious romp with Tom and Ray is a gasket-blowing, side-splitting audio program, again featuring the most humorous and ourrageous segments from their weekly NPR Radio call-in show. These uninhabited Boston brothers dispense automotive first aid to millions of Amerians with mixed wisecracks and roadside philosophy.

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Tom and Ray have gathered the most outrageous and humorous segments from their weekly call-in radio show .

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Car Talk Classics: Four Perfectly Good Hours. By: Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi.

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It's a laugh-out-loud collection of wisecracks, automotive first aid, and roadside philosophy. Tom and Ray have gathered the most outrageous and humorous segments from their weekly call-in radio show, including "Eggs Prestone," "Bad Hair Days," "Clinton Sends Vowels to Bosnia," "Gail, the Tollgate Fugitive," and the Tappet Brothers personal favorite, the tale of Max and his little Schnauzer.
Maman
First, this is a two CD set. The first CD, "The Best of Car Talk," is the better CD. The second CD, therefore, is aptly titled: "The Second Best of Car Talk."

If you are a fan of Car Talk, then you know what to expect. These are segments, twelve per CD, from their popular NPR radio show of the same name. They do a nice job of connecting these sessions so that each CD has unity.

But the greatest value of these CDs is how much they enjoy being Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers. Sometimes it is almost too much for them to carry on their conversation with their radio caller or to read their mail because they are laughing so hard. Yes, this is radio slap stick, but it is so natural to them that you find yourself laughing along.

This evening, before I wrote these words, I got tied up in a tremendous traffic jam caused by our area's dependence on tunnels and bridges (Hampton Roads, VA). There is no better way to shut down our Interstates (and the million people living in this area) than to have an accident at one of these bottlenecks. Once the accident happens, there are few alternative routes going East, West, North or South.

But I had this CD playing in the car, and almost didn't notice either the extra time or the frustration of bumper to bumper driving I encountered. Before I knew it, I was home and had enjoyed every minute I had spend listening to these CD's.

So forget yourself and tune into Car Talk any time you wish. Let the Tappet Brothers improve your health with a strong dose of humor!
Oghmaghma
Sad to hear of Tom's passing, had to have one I could listen to any time I needed a smile. This includes my favorite show of all time where Tom says we should export vowels. He laughs so hard while reading this to his audience, you have to laugh out loud, sometimes we all need this.
JoJolar
Totally enjoy car guys- miss them on the radio- cd in great shape and fast delivery
GODMAX
It would be a mistake to evaluate this double-CD as a stand-alone product.

Instead, it is the byproduct of an authentic American phenomenon. I've been fortunate to live all over. Believe me: Click and Clack, the Tappet Brothers on National Public Radio could only happen here.

I find these guys hilarious. Not everyone will. To make a long story short, these Boston greasepit goons (one of them has a PhD from MIT) started a call-in radio show years ago in New England called 'Car Talk'. The audience would call in to ask questions about their cars, which these two brothers would answer after a bit of Socratic questioning from their seemingly limitless knowledge of automobile innards.

Little by little, people's car problems became the thin edge of the wedge for things much more interesting, personal, and hilarious. NPR picked up the show and it became required Saturday morning listening for gazillions of devotees.

Like any media phenomenon that inspires intense loyalty, Car Talk also generates detractors. They are legion.

But it would be a mistake not to give Click and Clack and their self-deprecating humor a chance. They so obviously love what they do. I love what they do, too. Some people don't. That's OK.

Just give'em a chance. My hunch is you'll soon be helpless with laughter along with the Magliozzi brothers and their cameo-appearing Mom.
Sha
How can you NOT like the Tappet brothers?
Coirad
I ordered this and sent it to my car- loving brother so I have not listened to it but I have always enjoyed Car Talk on the radio and so am sure it is great fun!
Quinthy
can't wait to listen to it.
It's okay ....

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