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By Michael P. Orsi
Edward Snowden should declare his patriotism in court
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Doug Berman
The comic mechanics on NPR's "Car Talk" are pulling in to the garage.
A man received a sentence of seven years in prison after he admitted shooting and killing a 24-year-old D.C. man. Another man got a sentence of 18 years in prison after his conviction for a $600, half-ounce cocaine deal. The two men were sentenced in the same federal courthouse in Washington. They stood before the same judge. They were co-defendants in the same trial.
The staff has stored and logged some 12,500 phone calls since the show began, rating them in order of their entertainment value, Berman said.
Berman said he knew the retirement was a possibility; Tom is 74.