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45 yr old Camry Engineer dies...made national news

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But Toyota is the most respectable company ever!

"Obviously this was the man's own fault, having not ever bothered to check the time and take breaks. He was simply too obsessed with the amazing and highly desireable Camry to stop working. We are sorry for his loss, and out of the kindness of our hearts, we will donate money to the family."



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WTF is with that site?!!

I clicked the link and got bombarded until my machine froze completely.

I had to cut the power to get out of it.

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More Toyopet propaganda.... disgusting.

Someone died and its a PR moment for them <_<

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I believe it. First-hand experience. Sad that there is a word for working yourself to death in Japanese.

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