Toyota Crashing Out of Control
Root

Shreveport, LA

#168 Mar 20, 2014
Ted wrote:
Shut up!!! Burger King has more money than all the Toyota Chinks all together.....More money then Chinese Chinks! Look, when the ecomony was going in the crapper Obama became the Prez. When engineers knew Toyota was going to take the massive blow, a woman became the hooker....the slant guys bail and let the wolves get their fill.
This is just wrong. Toyopet has now ponied up a billion for the sua cover-up. It's time to move forward.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#170 Mar 21, 2014
Another positive development that should keep Toyota out of trouble is being placed on probation for three years.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#171 Mar 24, 2014
I will be creating a log to keep track of Toyota's progression in the recall matters.
Aiden

Dublin, Ireland

#172 Mar 25, 2014
Toyota is not reliable enough to haul my product.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#173 Mar 26, 2014
Here is a new Toyota recall. It slipped by, sorry.

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/autos/toyota-...
Hun Lo

Hanoi, Vietnam

#174 Mar 26, 2014
Toyota go bang man say ho leefuk yu recall Wai so dim. Chang say Hun Lo what tu du?
Devils Advocate

Toronto, Canada

#175 Apr 2, 2014
Hun Lo wrote:
Toyota go bang man say ho leefuk yu recall Wai so dim. Chang say Hun Lo what tu du?
Hi gay man from Canada here. I found out the hard way and that's why I drive a Chevy now. No problems and if I give oral to my wife we can do it in teh front seat of the truck. I also drive a Volt because it saves money. Take a loss on your Toyota and buy a man's car. PS I'm also a chink. Are you ever going to visit Canada? We can hook up.

“Oh Canada”

Since: Feb 14

Windsor, Canada

#176 Apr 9, 2014
These Toyota recalls brought us to the Volt and now my family is safe.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#177 Jun 16, 2014
Has Nissan taken over the recall status from toyota?
No
Craig

United States

#178 Jun 16, 2014
JJFADS wrote:
Has Nissan taken over the recall status from toyota?
No
Nissan might be slinging inverters on roadways by way of the Leaf but the Altima is a nice car.

“Dirty Canada”

Since: Oct 13

Richmond Hill, Canada

#179 Jun 17, 2014
Craig wrote:
<quoted text>Nissan might be slinging inverters on roadways by way of the Leaf but the Altima is a nice car.
I don't want to hit a Leaf inverter if it falls on the street. My Volt is going to get 801 mpg this week. I don't want to spend time in the tire shop.
To JJFADS

Windsor, Canada

#180 Jun 17, 2014
Leagle Beagle wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want to hit a Leaf inverter if it falls on the street. My Volt is going to get 801 mpg this week. I don't want to spend time in the tire shop.
"Leagle Beagle", "Frog Sucker", Craig, or whatever proxyserver/ IP Spoofer identity you choose to use today, you've made a big mistake, again.
Everybody now knows and recognizes that you're just a low life faker who impersonates others because you lack the intelligence and the maturity to act civilly to put forth anything worthwhile.
People like you are the reason we ask JJFADS, the site administrator to stop ignoring your vulgarity and do the job he is appointed to do.
People here have had enough of your childlike nonsense, and are fed up with it.
So why not take a well deserved time out and start acting like a mature adult for once in your life.

In the meantime...
JJFADS-- this "Leagle Beagle" (or whatever name he chooses to use) is a prime example of what needs to be cleaned up here.
So start doing your job.
Canadian Frog Suckers

United States

#181 Jun 17, 2014
Leagle Beagle wrote:
<quoted text>I don't want to hit a Leaf inverter if it falls on the street. My Volt is going to get 801 mpg this week. I don't want to spend time in the tire shop.
So watch for Leaf parts in the roads.
To JJFADS

Windsor, Canada

#184 Jun 17, 2014
"Frog Sucker", one of the more vulgar proxyserver/ IP username spoofers, is a prime example of why JJFADS--the appointed site administrator--should be doing his job.

So JJFADS, start doing what you're supposed to do.
Stop the vulgarity instead of being an enabler to it.

Otherwise, we need a new administrator!
Root

Shreveport, LA

#185 Jun 17, 2014
Canadian Frog Suckers wrote:
<quoted text>So watch for Leaf parts in the roads.
If I see a broken Leaf part in the road I would definitely avoid it.

“Dirty Canada”

Since: Oct 13

Richmond Hill, Canada

#186 Jun 21, 2014
Canadian Frog Suckers wrote:
<quoted text>So watch for Leaf parts in the roads.
I will watch but I better not hit a Leaf part that has fallen on the road.

“Dirty Canada”

Since: Oct 13

Richmond Hill, Canada

#187 Jun 21, 2014
Root wrote:
<quoted text>If I see a broken Leaf part in the road I would definitely avoid it.
I am watching for the inverters from Leaf on the road. It will ruin my tires.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#188 Jun 21, 2014
This should be a time to celebrate Toyota's recalls. Recalls are a good thing because it helps the customer.
Rootrashtalk

Woodstock, Canada

#189 Jun 22, 2014
Root wrote:
This should be a time to celebrate Toyota's recalls. Recalls are a good thing because it helps the customer.
Duh?
Somebody should let the air out of this guy!
Anonymous

Toronto, Canada

#190 Jun 25, 2014
Air is one of the reasons I go with the Volt. It serves me well and when I get real excited I'll take my wife and pull a pink glove. This frequently happens during sex with a man that is not wet enough. When you pull out to give him the money, the inside of his poker hole sticks to your hog. Thus, the pink glove. This is a real favourite in Canada and the Volt is maintenence free.

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