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Toyota looking for high-volume Prius assembly in U.S. by 2015

There are 35 comments on the Autoblog story from Apr 30, 2012, titled Toyota looking for high-volume Prius assembly in U.S. by 2015. In it, Autoblog reports that:

Rumors that Toyota would some day build the Prius in the U.S. have bounced around for years, with a location in Mississippi often being cited as the most likely candidate.

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Proud Canadian

Windsor, Canada

#21 May 4, 2012
Root wrote:
<quoted text>Meh call me when they get traffic signals.
Interesting analogy.
Yet another confirmation of significant ignorance about anything outside one's sphere of influence.
Evidently you've decided to switch your bigotry attacks from Canada to Mexico.
Hmmmm. Nasty.
GMCman

Pittsburgh, PA

#22 May 4, 2012
Proud Canadian wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting analogy.
Yet another confirmation of significant ignorance about anything outside one's sphere of influence.
Evidently you've decided to switch your bigotry attacks from Canada to Mexico.
Hmmmm. Nasty.
It sure doesn't take much to incite your Stupidity. Move on to a different Blog that you can write a Story. You waste to much space and say actually Nothing.
Maybe your the one under the Influence?
Proud Canadian

Windsor, Canada

#23 May 4, 2012
GMCman wrote:
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It sure doesn't take much to incite your Stupidity. Move on to a different Blog that you can write a Story. You waste to much space and say actually Nothing.
Maybe your the one under the Influence?
Simply following the example of people like you.
I don't know what your definition of stupidity is, but this latest post of yours makes one wonder.
You might try posting something intelligent sometime.
Root

Shreveport, LA

#24 May 4, 2012
Proud Canadian wrote:
<quoted text>
Interesting analogy.
Yet another confirmation of significant ignorance about anything outside one's sphere of influence.
Evidently you've decided to switch your bigotry attacks from Canada to Mexico.
Hmmmm. Nasty.
I've been to Mexico several times and in many the MAJORITY of areas in Mexico they have NO street signals. Take your rotten attitude somewhere else!
Root

Shreveport, LA

#25 May 4, 2012
Love and Happiness wrote:
<quoted text>I reasearched your problem and found the faulty reporting came from the Mexican newspapers El Norte and La Jornada.
I read the same thing. Thanks for setting the record straight.
Proud Canadian

Windsor, Canada

#26 May 4, 2012
Root wrote:
<quoted text>I've been to Mexico several times and in many the MAJORITY of areas in Mexico they have NO street signals. Take your rotten attitude somewhere else!
Evidently you haven't seen much of Mexico, or you would know better.
And the attitude is just fine thanks.
I simply give back in kind.

PS..........
You definitely have no business complaining about other's attitudes, considering your track record here.
Proud Canadian

Windsor, Canada

#27 May 4, 2012
Root wrote:
<quoted text>I read the same thing. Thanks for setting the record straight.
Liar!!
Chuck

United States

#28 May 6, 2012
nasty
Proud Canadian

Windsor, Canada

#29 May 6, 2012
Chuck wrote:
nasty
No argument there.
This entire forum seems to always morph into nasty.
I try not to, but when others do their nasty, I respond in kind.

I think it's because some folks can't see beyond their comfort zone.
It's called "intolerance".
GMC man

Pittsburgh, PA

#30 May 7, 2012
Proud Canadian wrote:
<quoted text>
No argument there.
This entire forum seems to always morph into nasty.
I try not to, but when others do their nasty, I respond in kind.
I think it's because some folks can't see beyond their comfort zone.
It's called "intolerance".
Stupid is what supid does, and your setting a good example of a Bad Example.
Allen

Indianapolis, IN

#31 May 7, 2012
Gas owered engines are catching up. No hybids needed with the over priced vehicles.
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#32 May 8, 2012
Allen wrote:
Gas owered engines are catching up. No hybids needed with the over priced vehicles.
Yes they are, but I still think there's enough of a market out there for hybrids.
Chuck

Muncie, IN

#33 May 12, 2012
Way over priced.
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#34 May 13, 2012
Allen wrote:
Gas owered engines are catching up. No hybids needed with the over priced vehicles.
Hey Allen, Chuck feels the same as you!
liner

Brooklyn, NY

#35 May 13, 2012
Chuck wrote:
Way over priced.
Hey Chuck, Allen feels the same as you!

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