SAN FRANCISCO - Spokespersons for the three giant Japanese auto makers Toyota, Nissan, and Honda have all announced that they have circulated memorandums to each other stating that they have made entries to their individual data bases regarding two American celebrities.
The three automakers have all stated that they will prohibit any of their dealerships from selling any of their vehicles to Mr. Gilbert Gottfried and to Mr. Curtis James Jackson, III, aka 50 Cent.
Both men have been entered into a "Do Not Sell To" list.
The data base entry notes that the two named individuals have made the most insensitive, cruel, and highly ignorant remarks about the victims of the Japanese earthquake and subsequent tsunami.
A notation to each individuals file notes that if any salesman goes against this company directive he or she will be fired on the spot, escorted off the property, and face possible legal action.
The big three automakers have stated that the mean-spirited so called jokes that were made by the two second-rate performers would be enough to have the two arrested had they made the remarks on mainland Japan.
Hoshi Takayoshi, a San Francisco attorney representing Toyota, Nissan, and Honda stated that he will be looking into the possibility of seeing if some kind of professional sanction can be taken in the cases of Gilbert Gottfried and 50 Cent.
Takayoshi stated that Gottfried has already been fired as the voice of the Aflac Insurance Company mascot the Aflac duck and 50 Cent was denied admission into a Japanese restaurant in Queens.
In a related story. The Japanese-American Better Business Bureau has issued a statement prohibiting any gardeners of Japanese ancestry from working on the yards and lawns of either Gilbert Gottfried or 50 Cent.