Toyota Cancer Spreads- Near Death

Mar 17, 2010 Full story: www.marketwatch.com 944

Shares of Toyota Motor Corp. edged lower in Tokyo trading Thursday, pressured by reports of RACKETEERING claims against the auto maker and a potential problem with Corolla and Matrix cars.

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“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#1 Mar 17, 2010
Reserve funds are dwindling and there are ten million defective death traps with shims that still have SUA problems. Put the fork in and call it a day.
Ulf

Greensboro, NC

#2 Mar 18, 2010
JJ - what are you doing posting at 1:30am?

I told you to get some sleep.

The only one losing sleep over Toyota is you.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#3 Mar 18, 2010
Slip the fork in, by the time this is over Toyota will be the size of Honda.
Stop It

Mexico, Mexico

#4 Mar 18, 2010
Question I'd suggest JJ give some serious thought to.........

"WHY WASTE TIME 'DISCOVERING' THE TRUTH WHEN YOU FIND IT SO EASY TO CREATE IT?"

JJ--you seem to go to an inordinate amount of efort to "create"!!

Why, may I ask?

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#5 Mar 18, 2010
Stop It wrote:
Question I'd suggest JJ give some serious thought to.........
"WHY WASTE TIME 'DISCOVERING' THE TRUTH WHEN YOU FIND IT SO EASY TO CREATE IT?"
JJ--you seem to go to an inordinate amount of efort to "create"!!
Why, may I ask?
Don’t yell at me. I haven’t had much sleep…
Stop It

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#6 Mar 18, 2010
Lack of sleep?
One is not the least bit surprised, given the prolification of your prose my friend.

We get lots of sleep down here in sunny PV.
What's your problem?

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#7 Mar 18, 2010
Nous essayons de voir que les méthodes fournissent plus de succès. Quand le sujet change, il indique que nous avons conclu que la recherche et a transféré à une direction alternative. Tous sont bons mon ami, rien n'a tort. Apprécier votre temps comme un snowbird. Nous ferons un rapide partir au mois d'avril. Acclamations
Consumers Choice

Greencastle, PA

#8 Mar 19, 2010
Nice, a post by JJ at 2am. The insomnia is unbearable, his only form of therapy is this forum.

I'm glad we are here to treat him. I own him, I'm in his head.
Stop It

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#9 Mar 19, 2010
Vous parlez bien francais mon vieux!
Felicitations!
(Nous avons habite La France pendant trois ans--mille neuf cent 85/86/87)
Je m'excuse--il ny'a pas un ordinateur francais!
Bon Journee!
liner

Hicksville, NY

#10 Mar 19, 2010
Stop It wrote:
Vous parlez bien francais mon vieux!
Felicitations!
(Nous avons habite La France pendant trois ans--mille neuf cent 85/86/87)
Je m'excuse--il ny'a pas un ordinateur francais!
Bon Journee!
If you're going to post on an English language thread, do it in English. Otherwise, what's the point?
Stop It

Mexico, Mexico

#11 Mar 19, 2010
liner wrote:
<quoted text>
If you're going to post on an English language thread, do it in English. Otherwise, what's the point?
We're speaking in another language because we know it pisses off intolerant and oherwise bigoted folks.
Evidently you fit that category.
liner

Hicksville, NY

#12 Mar 19, 2010
Stop It wrote:
<quoted text>
We're speaking in another language because we know it pisses off intolerant and oherwise bigoted folks.
Evidently you fit that category.
Not really. Why should I bother to read a post I can't understand? And if I can't read it, why bother posting it? I'm not really pissed, just not interested. But, you certainly can post in any language you like.
Stop It

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#13 Mar 19, 2010
You answered your initial questions with that latest rather self absorbed admission.
Next time, do a little thinking before asking questions you should know the answers for.

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#14 Mar 19, 2010
Stop It wrote:
Vous parlez bien francais mon vieux!
Felicitations!
(Nous avons habite La France pendant trois ans--mille neuf cent 85/86/87)
Je m'excuse--il ny'a pas un ordinateur francais!
Bon Journee!
Merci. J'ai effectivement employé une dame de France et elle utiliser pour être un professeur de français ici, en Louisiane. Hé, je pense que nous pourrions être sur quelque chose ici, nous avons quelques commentaires ...

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#15 Mar 19, 2010
To anyone that may be interested, Louisiana has a vibrant French culture. During the Seven Year War, many French were rounded up by the Brits and were sent packing from Canadian provinces. Many fled as far as possible and eventually settled in Louisiana. These descendents are what we now refer to as the Acadians. To this day the French culture in Louisiana still remains intact and is highly visible in the legal system of Louisiana i.e. many laws are derived from the Napoleonic code rather than English common law. Children still take French language courses until the fifth grade.
liner

Hicksville, NY

#16 Mar 19, 2010
Stop It wrote:
You answered your initial questions with that latest rather self absorbed admission.
Next time, do a little thinking before asking questions you should know the answers for.
Actually, next time I'll ignore you. Too pompous.
Stop It

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#17 Mar 19, 2010
Perhaps too pompous in your opinion, but at least I don't ask stupid questions, nor take offense at other cultures and their languages when meeting them.
I'll take pompous over dumb any day!
Stop It

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

#18 Mar 19, 2010
JJFADS wrote:
To anyone that may be interested, Louisiana has a vibrant French culture. During the Seven Year War, many French were rounded up by the Brits and were sent packing from Canadian provinces. Many fled as far as possible and eventually settled in Louisiana. These descendents are what we now refer to as the Acadians. To this day the French culture in Louisiana still remains intact and is highly visible in the legal system of Louisiana i.e. many laws are derived from the Napoleonic code rather than English common law. Children still take French language courses until the fifth grade.
It's part of our culture here and Canadians are fully aware of the migration--primarily from the Maritime Provinces of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Some of those "Cajuns" migrated to other places in the US, notably Florida.
Some stayed in Canada and their culture remains to this day.
Our country has two official languages---English and French.
And I'm a great fan of those Napoleonic Laws!

“Most Honored Senior Member ”

Since: Jun 09

Dallas, TX.

#19 Mar 19, 2010
Interesting, wasn’t aware of the Florida connection. RE – Napoleonic laws, me too!
Frank Stanza

Brooklyn, NY

#20 Mar 21, 2010
Toyota is junk. I know because I build them.

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