I Hate Car Talk

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You guys make really stupid jokes. First, there's times when you talk about your mother and times when you say something stupid about each other. Another one is talking about the other's hair. We don't give a [eliminated material] about your fat mother and your [past tense, reproductive act]-up hair.

You guys think it's funny, or are you just idiots?

-- Anonymous

I have a radical new idea for your show. Why don't you start taking questions from callers who actually have a car problem, instead of mothers who want to know if it would be a good idea for their daughters to learn how to drive a stick shift. Or from wives who want to know if they should sell their husbands car, or from people who want to know what kind of car they should buy to haul their dogs around in.

I'm just guessing, of course, but I bet a program that answers real car problem questions just might be interesting.

Just something to chew on.

-- Danny

The professional technician's job is hard enough without a comment similar to the one that you made about a technician draining the oil, talking to his wife about the braces, paying off the bookie and then going to the roach coach.

I have been a Master Tech since 1975 and I take exception to your comments. I have never had a bookie.

Why couldn't you have said the tool man?

-- Stephen

How about getting some real guys on sometimes? Like a guy who has a new F250 with a 6.0-liter Navistar DT365 engine? Or, an old 7.3L DT444-powered F250 that has a leaking injector o-ring?

How about a guy that wants to install a stage 4 power chip in a Diesel so he can raise the horsepower up to about 850 and the torque up to 900 ft pounds?

-- Skip

Your socialistic, anti-American, pro-government intervention, let the government protect us from ourselves, auto-snob, leftist, East Coast diatribe is enough to make me vomit.

My guess is that your IQ is less than that of a common roach.

-- Steve

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