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Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Word-less Wednesday


14 comments:

Daryl said...

What a neat old photo .. and I am thinking I should know these guys ... shouldnt I?

:-Daryl

fishing guy said...

Noni: I just watched 'Hoffa' in which Devito directed and acted.

Marianne said...

HAHAHAH!!!!! I love those dudes, have since... hmmm, over 20 years? can it seriously be that long? I try and listen to them every weekend. Lots of laughs!

Queen-Size funny bone said...

nice shirt!

nonizamboni said...

Daryl:You'd know them from NPR's Car Talk on Saturdays. They're Click & Clack the Tappit Brothers. Funneeee
Fishing Guy: Dude, close, but no cigar. . .these are the two brothers that have a radio program but also Italian. :O)
They also have a part of the show called 'stump the chumps', which I always lose!

petra michelle; Whose role is it anyway? said...

Thank you for your kind comment, Noni! :))
The two men in the photograph are Click and Clack, the Tappit Brothers? I don't think I've ever heard them. I live in New Jersey.
I'll google them and find out how to hear them. I enjoy comedy!

Deb said...

I love black and white photos - seems to take me back to a simpler time! I have never listened to them but I would like to - I love to laugh! Great word-less Wednesday!

Annie said...

I'm totally tripping on this photo. What IS that stuff in front of these two guys. LOL

Jay said...

I've never heard of Click and Clack, either, but then I am English!

It's a great photo though!

Beatriz Macias said...

Noni,
I had not been around for a while, but I am back. I had never seen a picture of Click and Clack, but I sure know their voices! I download their podcast every week, and enjoy every bit of it! Funny as I am not into cars...

Donna said...

Cool photo! Happy night sweetie!hughugs

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

I love to listen to these guys when I get a chance -- "Don't drive like my brother." "No, don't drive like MY brother...."

Daniel J Santos said...

Excellent.

anno said...

How funny, I've listened to Car Talk for many years, but I've never seen a picture of Click & Clack. As soon as I saw these guys, though, their names just popped into my head... although I thought they were standing in front of some kind of unfamiliar musical instrument. Great photo!