Quote Of The Day: Life In The Fast Lane

quote of the day life in the fast lane

“I rented a Toyota for the week. I noticed when travelling in the left lane that everyone moved over to the right to let me pass. Not a single foo slowed me down. With its current reputation, the Toyota hardly needs brakes.”

Comment entered by “charenton” on Mar 14, 2010 in response to Reuters story headlined “Investigation questions Prius driver’s story: report”

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  • Gardiner Westbound Gardiner Westbound on Mar 15, 2010
    intermittent, def: 1. stopping or ceasing for a time; alternately ceasing and beginning again: an intermittent pain. 2. alternately functioning and not functioning or alternately functioning properly and improperly. Many of us have experienced a device malfunction and were told it was impossible or the technician could not replicate it. It was Toyota's Standard Operating Procedure until the poop hit the fan. Perhaps it still is.

  • Roadracer Roadracer on Mar 15, 2010

    I'm runnin' out and buy me a Camry!

  • Rick Korallus Rick Korallus on Mar 15, 2010

    Am I the only one wondering when was the last time Sikes had his brakes replaced? Is that asking too much from professional investigators? Is it a coincidence that Sikes' lawyer is also representing the Saylors?

  • Mr Carpenter Mr Carpenter on Mar 15, 2010

    Time for Toyota (and more specifically, Toyota stock owners who saw $7 billion removed from the value of their investment overnight on the statements of a US government clown) to start suing the sh*t out of some of these @ssclowns including most of them in Washington D.C. Mr Sikes, pleeeease approach the bench and bend over....

    • Len_A Len_A on Mar 15, 2010

      Sorry, Buckwheat, no grounds to sue any of the US government clowns. Tough for the Toyota stockholders, but them's the breaks.