'Car Talk' Comes To An End

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U.S. Improves Infrastructure With Transnational Power Strip

WASHINGTON—In a sweeping effort aimed at overhauling the nation's aging infrastructure, the United States on Sunday unveiled a 3,000-mile transnational power strip, which officials said would provide Americans with 126 billion new electrical outlets...

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'Car Talk' Comes To An End

Ray and Tom Magliozzi, hosts of the public radio program Car Talk, announced they were retiring the popular show after 25 years of broadcasting nationally. What do you think?

  • “That’s okay, my new mechanic does some pretty funny wisecracks too, I guess. Except his are usually about what a dumbfuck I am and how much he likes my wife’s tits.”

    Ernst Kane
    Link Assembler
  • "It’s about time they stepped aside and made way for a new generation of self-amused mechanics."

    Mallory Beck
    Unemployed
  • "So, at what point should I just start directing all my automotive questions to Ira Glass?"

    Hal McLean
    Fats and Oils Loader
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