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Friday, 5 March 2010

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Look at that Toyota go!

The Global leader in automobile production has halted production to assess the real issues. Motor vehicle group engineer Hiroshi Pe Domo claims a fault in the rubber quality of pedal treads for cars, trucks and SUVs manufactured globally.

Li stated that bicycle companies always get the best rubber for use in fabricating bike pedals and brake assemblies. Lance Armstrong, the 9 time tour de France champion was among the list of names now known as "Rubber man" according to Li. The advocate has been aggressive in resolving the problem. Last year he personally challenged Armstrong to a one on one bike duel without the use of brakes. Armstrong is likely to agree to the competition set for June on Mt.Fuji.

In Canton Ohio, the baseball hall of fame will be forced to release its most popular exhibit, the pitchers mound used by Nolan Ryan. The material is subject by court orders for scientific analysis, as rubber importation from Texas hinders the legality of his hall of fame career.

Martin Yan voluntarily donated rubber handles to aid production of the non-stick pedal.The mold men at Toyota's inspection division are reviewing the coating presented by the Yan foundation and are considering the butter odor over the popular best selling new car smell.

Even Gumby, the popular rubber flex man from the 1960's has been recalled for a check up. He's really bent up about the whole situation and claims that he has never had a license and doesn't drive a Toyota.

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