dox's Reviews

To the point

For corporate resources, generally, Waterloo Corporate Resources satisfies. Not overly resourceful, and not lacking in resources, Waterloo Corporate Resources has dutifully provided corporate resources for a number of years. Resources provided vary, invariably, but are generally corporate in nature. The corporate resources provided here generally pertain to the corporate resource needs of Waterloo, and there are provisions accessible to provide the corporate resources required. Waterloo Corporate Resources is, more to the point then, not an agglomeration of resources, but rather a provider of corporate resources with access to said resources, located in Waterloo.

By: dox

Waterloo Corporate Resources

Kitchener, ON

Laser sculpting

I paid for my daughter's treatment here, and she was very pleased. They found a safe and effective treatment designed specifically for her, professionally tailored to her body and personality. She was able to speak with trained counsellors who helped her stay motivated. Unlike other programs, which can be hard to follow, this place provided a simple and lasting solution. I watched from behind a two-way mirror as they blasted the fat right off of my daughter with a high-powered laser beam.

By: dox

Beverly Hills Weight Management

Kitchener, ON

Average, but things are going pretty...

The building and amenities are just average, but I'm making some changes in my life and I'm trying to see the positives. Things are going good for me, you know? I think I feel better if I dress up every once in a while when I go out. It's the old adage, if you look good, you feel good. I say to myself, "today I'm going to shave. I'm going to change my socks and underwear. I'm going to eat a fruit and maybe a vegetab... Maybe I will eat something that has a vegetable in it - ketchup, for example".

I started calling my Mom. I'm like, "Hey Mom, how are you doing?" She's happy to hear from me, and I'm happy that she's happy. They call it "paying it forward". Sometimes you go to Tim Hortons and the guy in front of you pays for your coffee. Hey, thanks, bud. Maybe I ordered a bagel too, and you didn't cover that, but that's OK. Maybe I ordered a wrap combo, and now the cashier is having a hard time factoring...

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By: dox

Margaret Place II

Kitchener, ON

Morbidly obese people be warned

The store in question cannot accommodate the clothing needs of a morbidly obese person; also, some of the signs are placed so high that if a morbidly obese person were carted in on a stretcher-bed, they would not be able to see them. Furthermore, if a morbidly obese person required assistance to disembark a stretcher-bed and try on clothes, the personnel are too few in number and inadequately trained to assist. Also, provisions are insufficient to sustain a morbidly obese person for the duration of their stay.

By: dox

Gap Canada

Thornhill, ON

Best place to get your roads and...

Whether you're just looking for lines that go - - - - - - or -----------, or even ========, Imperial Pavement Marking Inc. can get the job done.

Tired of riding your bike through traffic on Victoria St, getting homophobic slurs hurled at you the entire way? These guys can hook you up with a bike lane so you can comfortably lob insults back at bigots and gas-sucking road hogs.

Tired of not being able to pass grandma on the highway? Turn that double line into a single stitch and take your chances with what's coming over that hill.

You got your white lines, you got your yellow lines, you got your orange lines, you got your forange lines. You also got lines that are kind of there, but it's raining and dark, so you're just wingin' it, freestylin' on the highway of life.

If you want to visit these guys in person, don't bother with the address. Just hit the road and follow the lines.

By: dox

Imperial Pavement Marking Inc

Kitchener, ON

I still don't get it...

At my age, there are some things I suppose I will never understand. Like why, for example, a company would hire a company to hire a person to do a job, therefore spreading available money amongst paper-pushers and other so-called "HR people" who sit at a desk while the people with usable skills are paid a pittance to do the real work. We can blame the loss of our manufacturing sector (which especially thrived in Kitchener) on free trade all we want, but the fact is we have too many people who would prefer to sit at a desk and re-arrange numbers and letters into some contrivance of a job well done. For shame, Manpower. Let the factories and mills re-open, and let your own workers, pale and gaunt from lack of sun and physical fortitude, exit your seedy strip mall doors, and abandon you in search of meaningful, fulfilling work.

By: dox

Manpower

Kitchener, ON

Sometimes...

I used to look out the windows of airplanes and wonder. I could see the spread of humanity below, like a dull-coloured computer chip, self aware, blinking yellow, green, and red. What if, I thought, what if we were but a PEST on the earth? What if I could hire somebody to spray a chemical weapons-grade foam down over an entire city, covering roadways with up to 100 metres of sudsy death. Those out in the suburbs would feel safe, exiting their homes to see the frost covering their city. Unbeknownst to them, merely inhaling the vapours would cause their central nervous system to short circuit, jumbling the senses, making them think they could breathe through their eyes, taste with their ears, see with their skin. Then, an almost instantaneous collapse into an unrecognizable puddle of a person. A disturbingly psychedelic demise, to be sure.
This dystopian dream, however, is something I am disparagingly all too willing to inflict on the creatures around my home. What it says about me, or HPM Wildlife Control for that matter, I do not know. All I know is that my patio is safe... for now.

By: dox

Hpm Wildlife Control

Kitchener, ON

Can't lose

On a Friday night, not too long ago, my family and I were sitting in our living room, whiling the time away on our devices. I peered above my spectacles and heaved a sigh, gently folding up a week-old copy of the Record.

"Ladies," I said, affectionately. "The time has come for us to do something different." My wife and daughter looked at me with curious faces. I got up out of my old timey rocking chair, picked up my cane, and walked carefully over to where my daughter was seated on the couch. In one swift movement I slapped the ipad out of her hand, and it flew about two metres to the side, ricocheting off a lamp post. She laughed, I laughed, and then my wife burst out laughing. We were off to the bowling alley.

The first thing that hits you when you enter a bowling alley is always the smell. "Ahh, brings back memories," I exclaimed as we entered. My daughter looked up at me, horrified that the smell of hundreds of used shoes and...

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By: dox

Victoria Bowling Lanes

Kitchener, ON