Purported Chrysler Employee
Robert Hull Speaks
one is from a person that claimed
to be Daimler-Chrysler employee. If he is truly a D-C
employee, it is another example of great customer support. If
I found an unhappy customer using products from my company, I certainly wouldn't add
fuel to the fire. I'd forward the information up the channel
to help resolve the problem.
Here's a censored
snippet from Robert Hull, one that claims to be a DC employee.
They do get nasty when you piss them off. Who knows if he really works for them or that's his real name:
about you make a website with all the time that you have on your
hands called www.iamaf...ingbigcrybaby.com. You see, the car
was made by man and man is not perfect. I own a brand new
Durango with 26,000 miles on it and haven't had one problem with
it. I work for Daimler-Chrysler
and they have their models
that do suck"
OK? Sort of a confused
response from Mr. Hull, don't you think? I guess he agrees that they suck!
Once again, the point is missed. The car sucked. The
service sucked. It was NEVER fixed. Others have serious
Brilliant! With the help of a
D-C employee, we have a view into the way D-C design and
manufacturing thinks. It's a man problem! I guess a
man from Daimler-Chrysler that builds cars is less perfect than
a man from Toyota that also builds cars. I'd be hiring some of
the Toyota men if I were D-C. They build damn good vehicles in
the USofA for a fair price. D-C must have a bonus program for
valuable suggestions submitted by their employees. Why doesn't
somebody let Dr. Z know about this solution to the problem so we can
all have better vehicles? Just write on the card "GET TOYOTA
Enough fun. On to the next one.
Pete "the non-typist" is
concerned about my happiness!
I received this one August 2006
while I was on vacation. Yes Pete, I enjoy life. I take
vacations. I don't sit behind the keyboard constantly
obsessing about my Chrysler problems. I don't have Chrysler
problems. If I have a problem, I deal with it. If you
actually read the site, you'd know that. But thanks for the
This is your typical email sent by a
D-C enthusiast and bigot that, in typical fashion, ignores the facts and attempts a
Apparently Pete has done a scientific
poll among owners that like their vehicles so much they belong to a
300m (or Chrysler?) club. As a result of this very (not)
scientific study, Pete came to a very predictable conclusion.
There are no problems that are serious with Chrysler vehicles
because everybody he talked to said there were none. God bless
them if they love their cars that much. Somebody must be
looking over their vehicles. Some of us aren't that lucky
Pete's complete, unformatted,
and unedited email to me:
reviewing your web site and reading all the information
contained within, i have come to several conclusions:
you obviously had some problems with your 300m(some i consider
vehicle error and others i am not so sure)
you seem to be a severe whiner and crybaby!
currently own my 2nd 300, a 2003 , after selling my 2000 at
100,000 miles and have loved both and have enjoyed both cars
. i have polled other
300 owners i hang around with through our club and while there
have been scattered problems(as with any car out there!) the 300
is one of the most enjoyable cars people own. also my daughter's
24 pt cruiser and my wife's town and country mini-van have been
vehicles also. you sound a little obsessive to me and should
probably lighten up a little and enjoy life and don't sweat the
Thanks for the analysis. According to
your conclusion from my VERY detailed list of problems, I (a)
had problems with the vehicle and (b) I am a whiner and crybaby for
getting pissed off because of the problems and the inability of D-C
5-Star service to fix them. Perfect. I knew it had to be
me. Furthermore, you have perfectly articulated the
Daimler-Chrysler 5 Star Service party line that most customers have
been through. Unbelievable isn't it?
Regarding your club findings. Let's put it
this way, Pete. Think of
as the club for those that dislike their vehicles or D-C in
some way. Let's call it the Anti-Chrys Club. Obviously a poll of our members won't match your
findings for some odd reason.
Oh. I think I've got it!
Maybe it is because people that dislike their vehicles do
not belong to clubs that provide a positive support atmosphere
for that vehicle or manufacturer! Once they dislike
their vehicle, they usually get rid of it and drop the club.
Then all the unhappy people go away from the club seeking answers to
their problems. In their search for reality, they even find
websites like mine. Now they are a member of a different club
that has a collective opinion! It is not a valid scientific
sampling in either case. But make no mistake. The
collective opinion of the majority on this site is that D-C sucks
for one reason or another.
Let me put it in a different way. Your
finding is the equivalent to polling registered xxx party members and ask
how many people in their organization agree with their candidates
views. A few may respond with things they don't like but
they'll blindly vote the party line as long as they belong to the
party. This example can be replaced by your favorite
politician and political party. It's all the same. You
all drink from the same punch bowl at the party until you are drunk
and stupid. The smart ones leave the party before they get
into this state.
With all the "exemplerary" [sic] vehicles in Pete's family,
it has to make you wonder if Pete gets an employee
discount. I can only speculate but it is a little odd that
he only buys D-C products with all the automobile choices available
and all his vehicles are perfect all the time. No problems?
No service issues? Hmmmm.
Finally, what's this comment mean
when he says "don't sweat the little stuff"? I guess Pete
doesn't worry about money like some of us. It's just our MONEY
that we work hard for that's being stolen. Not to be concerned
about it anyway, Pete. I'm not sweating the "little stuff", as
you call it. I got tired of sweating the "little stuff" every
day during my commute, when I was renting vehicles to replace the
pig, or getting pissed off every visit to D-C 5-star "lack of"
service facility to be insulted or have nothing fixed. Now, I
drive a vehicle that doesn't cause me to sweat the "little stuff".
There's more of the "little stuff" in my pocket to make me happy.
Love these letters. It's
amazing what you can extract from half-baked attempts from bigots as
they attempt to discredit this site, the contributors, and all the
Give it your best shot. I've
got very thick skin. If I can extract some entertainment
value from it, maybe your email will be selected for this page.
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