I don't really know much about cars, other than I love mine. I spend so much time driving and listening to the radio, are there any other Car Talk fans out there. I love those guys.
My wife and I will go out for a drive on Saturday mornings just to listen.
I love car talk. I don't get it where I live now, but I used to do the same thing. I wouldn't leave the car until it was over.
What or who is car talk - is it a radio show or some strange language that enables you to have a conversation with the car.
My main conversation with my car is 'keep an eye on the meter guys and don't let them put anything on your window" etc...
"Car Talk" is an NPR call in show by Click and Clack, the Tappert Brothers. They give serious and funny answers to callers with car problems. They are motor vehicle mechanics with a bent for showmanship. The show is entertaining in small doses.
Car talk is a radio show. I don't listen, but I hang out on their website, promoting my own ones
That's either stealing traffic, or guerrilla marketing, depending on whether you are the site owner or the guest promoting other sites ...
I wonder if they have podcast for other sites...I have a blog site that I've started a month ago about the Black Car Industry. www.insideblackcar.blogspot.com
Maybe I could use a pod on my site.
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