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'Click and Clack': Brothers behind the popular radio show retire - latimes.com
"Click and Clack," the mechanics-turned-comedians who launched one of the most unlikely -- and most beloved -- talk shows in radio history, have decided that 35 years at the wheel is enough. Brothers Tom and Ray Magliozzi announced that they will no longer record new episodes of the weekly call-in series, but it will continue to live on in syndication. Their trademark humor has been described as equal parts Marx Brothers, Mark Twain and Mr. Goodwrench. "My brother has always been 'work-averse,'" Ray Magliozzi, 63, said. "Now, apparently, even the one hour a week is killing him!" "It’s brutal!" chimed in Tom Magliozzi, 74. But, that didn't stop me from passively listening and laughing most Saturday mornings while out and about running errands. The biggest lesson I've learned from listening to Car Talk over the years? Strive to be more like Tom and Ray. Your obvious love of life, your strong relationship, the approachable and go-easy attitude, all things we should all strive to replicate
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july 2012 by ahasteve

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