kk
My dad was an engineer at Chrysler who helped develop the turbine powered engine that premiered in 1954. He was part of the "Ram Charged Race Team" and that's how "Ramcharger Trucks" got their name!











When I was fifteen I was helping dad rebuild and bore out my brothers plush Dodge van (they were mega popular in the mid 70's).  I did my first transmission when I was 16 yrs. old on a "68" Fury with a 383. The steering wheel was about 3' across as I remember it *giggle* (okay, I'm exaggerating, but not by much. I remember how I would just barely touch that giant gas pedal and that nice big engine would rumble and the whole front end would rock as if it was about to be tipped by a gang of angry football fans after losing a national championship, I'm not mentioning any names, of course.









                                          My Mighty "75" RUSTER!
                                                
Ooops, I mean DUSTER!

My second, third and fourth transmission was on the same "75" Duster with a slant six. I was not a bad driver!  The bell housing was out of alignment from the "git". I got really good at cutting and welding back crossmembers with a hanger and a propane torch hehe.. When we (okay, it was really my dad) figured it out with a table gauge that my dad rigged up. It ran great until the floor rusted out.   I had "the bug" and I had it bad.



                                                       
                                                      This is a "73"?
                                                (feel free to correct me)


I started taking automotive repair, auto body and welding classes. I spent the first working  years of my life in machine shops and am a certified machinist. I know what it's like to put in a hard days work buddy!






                                                        (That isn't me)


                                  My Politically Incorrect Employment History

For a while I worked in the nuclear power industry doing quality control and weld inspection for reverse engineered replacement Section III parts for  nuclear power plants, Our company dealt  nationally and internationally. Yes, I was the QC  keeping you safe from another Three Mile Island or worse CHERNOBYL!!








                        This is bad                                            This is VERY BAD

              
I still have "the bug" only now it's taking apart computers, not cars.




                                                     This isn't me either

        
So, do you wanna know what I can do for you?
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My dad was an engineer at Chrysler who helped develop the turbine powered engine that premiered in 1954. He was part of the "Ram Charged Race Team" and that's how "Ramcharger Trucks" got their name!











When I was fifteen I was helping dad rebuild and bore out my brothers plush Dodge van (they were mega popular in the mid 70's).  I did my first transmission when I was 16 yrs. old on a "68" Fury with a 383. The steering wheel was about 3' across as I remember it *giggle* (okay, I'm exaggerating, but not by much. I remember how I would just barely touch that giant gas pedal and that nice big engine would rumble and the whole front end would rock as if it was about to be tipped by a gang of angry football fans after losing a national championship, I'm not mentioning any names, of course.









                                          My Mighty "75" RUSTER!
                                                
Ooops, I mean DUSTER!

My second, third and fourth transmission was on the same "75" Duster with a slant six. I was not a bad driver!  The bell housing was out of alignment from the "git". I got really good at cutting and welding back crossmembers with a hanger and a propane torch hehe.. When we (okay, it was really my dad) figured it out with a table gauge that my dad rigged up. It ran great until the floor rusted out.   I had "the bug" and I had it bad.



                                                       
                                                      This is a "73"?
                                                (feel free to correct me)


I started taking automotive repair, auto body and welding classes. I spent the first working  years of my life in machine shops and am a certified machinist. I know what it's like to put in a hard days work buddy!






                                                        (That isn't me)


                                  My Politically Incorrect Employment History

For a while I worked in the nuclear power industry doing quality control and weld inspection for reverse engineered replacement Section III parts for  nuclear power plants, Our company dealt  nationally and internationally. Yes, I was the QC  keeping you safe from another Three Mile Island or worse CHERNOBYL!!








                        This is bad                                            This is VERY BAD

              
I still have "the bug" only now it's taking apart computers, not cars.




                                                     This isn't me either

        
So, do you wanna know what I can do for you?
..
The Good 'Ol Days
Hi, my name is Roxanne, I was born and raised on Detroit steel and Motown.  I'm a computer technician and a  former helpdesk manager for a major automotive supplier that uses computer based training for their automotive technicians.
COMPUTER BASED TRAINING CONSULTANTS
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MICHIGAN
kk
How many times have you heard that, or even said it to yourself?

Are you frustrated with your suppliers tech support or software?

Do you hate the automated "help" lines that lead you nowhere or worse, send you to the wrong place?

Are you sick and tired of dealer reps that can't or won't help you?

How would you like to be able to tell tech support to shove it and do it yourself?

Would you or your techs like to be on the floor making $$$ instead of sitting on the phone trying to figure out which number to push or waiting for tech support?

I know time is money and money is



As a computer technician and experienced computer helpdesk manager I can give you the right tools to make your computer based training go quickly and efficiently with less frustration. No more waiting on hold or being transferred to the wrong helpdesk. Wouldn't that be great?

You don't need to be a "computer geek" just the basics and a few tricks of the trade that will keep you making money instead of wasting it.. Interested in knowing more?
E-mail me!
COMPUTER BASED TRAINING CONSULTANTS
of
MICHIGAN
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Dirty Mary (well, sort of...)
Hi, my name is Roxanne, I was born and raised on Detroit steel and Motown.  I'm a computer technician and a  former helpdesk manager for a major automotive supplier that uses computer based training for their automotive technicians.
The Good 'Ol Days
Dirty Mary (well, sort of...)
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"I'm a mechanic, not a computer geek"
"I'm a mechanic, not a computer geek"
How many times have you heard that, or even said it to yourself?

Are you frustrated with your suppliers tech support or software?

Do you hate the automated "help" lines that lead you nowhere or worse, send you to the wrong place?

Are you sick and tired of dealer reps that can't or won't help you?

How would you like to be able to tell tech support to shove it and do it yourself?

Would you or your techs like to be on the floor making
$$$ instead of sitting on the phone trying to figure out which number to push or waiting for tech support?

I know time is  money   and   money is



As a computer technician and experienced computer helpdesk manager I can give you the right tools to make your computer based training go quickly and efficiently with less frustration. No more waiting on hold or being transferred to the wrong helpdesk. Wouldn't that be great?

You don't need to be a "computer geek" just the basics and a few tricks of the trade that will keep you making money instead of wasting it.. Interested in knowing more?
COMPUTER BASED TRAINING CONSULTANTS
of
MICHIGAN
Nope, this isn't me either....
Nope, this isn't me either....
Okay, THIS is me!
Okay, THIS is me!
E-mail me!
COMPUTER BASED TRAINING CONSULTANTS
of
MICHIGAN
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