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Announcement about Toyota and San Antonio

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something else for toyota to brag about.... ....while gm's domestic economic impact is still so much greater..... bastards <<<(no language filter. heh) Edited by tama z71
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Here’s the great news… the facility will create 75 new jobs. Workers will receive, process, accessorize and ship Tundra trucks to the 1,509 Toyota dealerships across the U.S., Canada and Mexico, as well as exports to overseas distributors. Applications are not yet being accepted for these new position, but Alamo WorkSource will have details on the process in the near future.


WOO HOO.......75 new jobs!!!!!
:rolleyes:

What a major announcement. Let's all buy a Toyota Tundra!!
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something else for toyota to brag about....

....while gm's domestic economic impact is still so much greater.....
bastards  <<<(no language filter.  heh)

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Yeah the economic impact that the domestics are bringing is huge ... with GM cutting 25,000 jobs, GM losing money on practically every 2005 model they sell and many domestic plants being closed ... what a great economical aid to the country :rolleyes:
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Yeah the economic impact that the domestics are bringing is huge ... with GM cutting 25,000 jobs, GM losing money on practically every 2005 model they sell and many domestic plants being closed ... what a great economical aid to the country  :rolleyes:

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Great, I can tell by your posts that you are another "witty" domestic basher. Welcome to the party, have fun while your being a dickhead.
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Great, I can tell by your posts that you are another "witty" domestic basher. Welcome to the party, have fun while your being a dickhead.

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:cheers:
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Guys, calling someone a 'dickhead' doesn't add credit to your argument. Let's refrain from that and be a bit more our age, shall we?
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Guys, calling someone a 'dickhead' doesn't add credit to your argument. Let's refrain from that and be a bit more our age, shall we?

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Should he call him a doodyhead? LOL :lol:

Seriously--I never really paid attention to bias in the media until a few years ago--I mean, it's not just with car companies, it's with everything--it's sickening!
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Guys, calling someone a 'dickhead' doesn't add credit to your argument. Let's refrain from that and be a bit more our age, shall we?

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:rolleyes: Sorry about that, i was in a bad mood yesterday. It wont happen again.
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Great, I can tell by your posts that you are another "witty" domestic basher. Welcome to the party, have fun while your being a dickhead.

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Please feel free to explain how my comments are wrong, incorrect, or untruthful <_< Edited by gmrebirth
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QUOTE (Camino LS6 @ Apr 5 2009, 05:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Those 75 were probably let go long ago as the Tundra tanked in the market.



lol pokeowned.gif
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Well, since Tundra's seem to fall to salt rust the first time they get wet I suppose those 75 people better be able to process them quickly.. Edited by tmp
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QUOTE (tmp @ Apr 30 2009, 06:36 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Well, since Tundra's seem to fall to salt rust the first time they get wet I suppose those 75 people better be able to process them quickly..

Hey now... Toyota is doing their part to have the Tundra biodegrade as soon as possible. Just another way the company is green. Wait, is this a "World's First Biodegradeable Truck Frame"?
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It's also eco friendly because it's too ugly for anyone to actually buy....

Chris
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