Accounts Payable Administrator
Assertiveness Training Coach
Assistant Customer Care Representive
Asst. Fleet Manager
Australian Tour Guide
Automotive Medical Researcher
Dr. Denton Fender
Bail Bond Provider
Bunji Jumping Instructor
Car Talk Opera Critic
Chairman, Oral History Dept.
Chicken Soup Provisioner
Chief of Stadium Seating for the Olympics
Chief of Tire Technology
Child Transportation Specialist
Minnie Van Driver
Computer Hardware Specialist
C. Colin Backslash
Conservative Political Commentator
Coordinator of Summer Visits to the Inlaws
Criminal Justice Expert
Curator of Tom's Car Collection
Customer Car Care Representative
...and that's just through the letter "C." More here (D-F selections) and here (G-R) - or, better yet, you can see the entire list at the Car Talk website.
Reposted from 2008 to honor the impending retirement of the Magliozzi brothers:
MIT-educated mechanics based in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the brothers first went on the air on WBUR in Boston in 1977. Ten years later the show was picked up nationally by NPR. Today it can be heard on more than 370 stations by an audience of more than four million weekly listeners.
"We've managed to avoid getting thrown off NPR for 25 years, given out tens of thousands of wrong answers, generated lawsuit threats from innumerable car companies, and had a hell of a lot of fun talking to you guys," Ray said in a joint statement.
Tom added: "And when we listen to the stuff that's in our archives, it still makes us laugh. A lot. We're hoping to be like "I Love Lucy" and air ten times a day on NPR at Nite in 2075."