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Matthew Kleczewski
Works at GE Healthcare
Attended Lakeland College
Lives in Waukesha, WI
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Dan Wheldon, two time Indy 500 winner, didn't make it. I'm in shock, speechless. I haven't felt this way in a long time, Greg Moore, Scott Brayton, Jeff Krosnoff, and others come to mind.
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Cool history here. Didn't know a lot of it. Feature: Cutting the cord: how the world's engineers built Wi-Fi
In the 1980s, even before connectivity to the Internet became commonplace,...
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Anyone have clarity on who the commentator this is? I believe it to be Jim Hartz who did a lot of the NBC space coverage. I've seen him in a couple other Lorenzo-era videos like this and was wondering if he was hired by Lorenzo's management team as a PR shill or if he was in some sort of capacity in EAL corporate communications? 
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It is all the fault of +Andrea Kimberlin that I have a Wendy's problem.
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This is how you park your car to avoid dings.
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Haha, I do the same..and nice GTi. Big VW fan, Passat V6 4Motion here!
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My wife and I are both speechless. Like thousands of others, we cheered with great joy as Dan won the Indy 500 this year for the 2nd time. We were eager to hear of his pending 2012 ride announcement.

We're shocked that he's gone.
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I have been watching IndyCar racing since 1988. That was one of the worst crashes I have seen. 
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Steve Jobs brought technology to the masses. As a kid who was a geek, nerd, and didn't fit in, I spent a lot of time writing programs on Apple II's in elementary and middle school, though we had a Commodore at home. I learned Pascal on an Apple IIe. I honed my writing and publishing skills using PageMaker on a Mac in the early to mid 90's. Those skills helped me learn how to design websites on my own when I was in college. That lead to a career first as a Systems Analyst and Webmaster; I still work in the IT field in application support. As my passion for programming
waned, my passion for a digitized lifestyle where 'things just worked' didn't. Steve's passion packaging technology in a friendly design helped that happen for me and millions of others, and that will be his legacy. "I want to put a ding in the universe -- Steve Jobs" - Well done, thanks, and goodbye.
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I also learned pascal an a apple It was UCSD. He really had a big impact on the world
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Experienced IT Leader
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  • GE Healthcare
    Various IT positions, 2000 - present
  • Kohler Company
    Systems Analyst, 1998 - 2000
  • Menards
    Millwork Sales, 1995 - 1998
  • Electronics Design & Production
    IT Desktop Support Analyst, 1994 - 1995
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Waukesha, WI
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Pewaukee, WI - Sheboygan, WI - Ada, WI - Howards Grove, WI - Plymouth, WI - Aurora, IL
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"It takes a smart man to know he's stupid."-- Barney Rubble
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I'm a IT guy by day.   

I love motorsports On any given weekend, you can catch me watching IndyCar, Grand-Am, Formula 1, and the American LeMans Series.   I also follow the British Touring Car Championship and the World Rally Championship.

I'm also an automotive enthusiast, especially with German marques.   My Volkswagen GTI is my pride and joy.

I have a soft spot for cats; my two boys are my children!

Workouts are a frequent part of my life - like a DAILY part.

Oh yeah, and the views expressed are my own and not of any employer past, present, or future.  
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  • Lakeland College
    Computer Science - Business Applications, 1995 - 1998
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I went into the Waukesha Location on December 4, 2014, for being fitted for hearing aids after a hearing test revealed I would be a good candidate for hearing aids. I was referred to this center by my insurance company, who stated that they were an in-network provider. The staff looked up the insurance coverage and found that I was eligible for up to $6000 of hearing aids ($3000 per ear). Upon selecting hearing aids that were within this price range and met my needs, I was told that I had to pay for the hearing aids up front, and then it would be 4-6 weeks for insurance to reimburse me. I have *never* had this come from any network provider with my insurance. I was told that they had payment plans available and that it wouldn't be a problem. In the mean time, I went to the Avada website and printed coupons. The coupon I had was for the "Affordable Option" and stated "6 months - no interest, or payments as low as $40 per month." Interest waived if paid in full in 180 days, must make minimum monthly payment. Non-transferrable. Offer may not be combined with other offers, discounts or coupons. LImit one discount per person. May not be used with previous purchases. Fast forward to December 12. I went to pick up my hearing aids, and presented the coupon. I was told I wouldn't be able to pick up my hearing aids the same day. I then found out that the "Affordable Option" was actually through CareCredit. I am currently a CareCredit card holder, but do not have a high enough available balance to facilitate the purchase. I called CareCredit and was denied a higher credit line. I feel that the hearing center is misleading as the coupon did not state that the payment plan was subject to credit approval. Also, the staff didn't indicate that there would be a need for a credit check. Considering my insurance would be covering the entire purchase amount and this was a network provider, the policy to pay up-front is questionable.
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