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flyingpussyfoot Donating Member (3 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Feb-06-10 03:37 AM
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101. The reaction in Japan (Internet) rather cold
It seems like Toyoda's thin correspondence at the meeting made him call the "Child President"

Some of the statements that I found on Japanese bulliten boards:
"If the executives are this stupid, there is no way they will make an improvement. We could have never seen anything like this from Toyota 20 Years Ago"
"I think the existence of Toyota itself is meaningless"
"I think they should just close down all the factories, period"
"Whenever I drive my Prius, Cars around me go apart. Now I can easily drive!"
"Drive in Heaven"


But I myself would still buy a Toyota.
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