Car Talk: Why You Should Never Listen to Your Father When it Comes to Cars Audiobook | Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi | Audible.com
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Car Talk: Why You Should Never Listen to Your Father When it Comes to Cars | [Tom Magliozzi, Ray Magliozzi]

Car Talk: Why You Should Never Listen to Your Father When it Comes to Cars

Car Talk Fact: 98 percent of misinformation in the world comes from fathers (the other 2 percent comes from us). Throughout history, when a child asks a father a question, the father feels he must give the child an answer. Even if he doesn't know what the answer is (which, as we said, is the case 98 percent of the time).
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Car Talk Fact: 98 percent of misinformation in the world comes from fathers (the other 2 percent comes from us). Throughout history, when a child asks a father a question, the father feels he must give the child an answer. Even if he doesn't know what the answer is (which, as we said, is the case 98 percent of the time).

We've collected our favorite calls over the years about fatherly advice and put them together in this hilarious collection. You'll be charmed, appalled, and, most of all, astounded at how often our fathers are wrong. But mostly you'll be reminded of why we love them anyway.

Warning: Car Talk is not liable for repressed family memories that may arise as a result of playing this audio.

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