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Dietz Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Mississauga - MY BOSS SUCKS
Sky Zone Trampoline Park in Mississauga - MY BOSS SUCKS My Boss Domenic Buttiglieri is thby Anonymous
My Boss Domenic Buttiglieri is the general manager at Mississauga Sky Zone Trampoline Centre.
Just need to tell somebody what a loser he is. He's fat and stupid. We sell fitness packages to people and he's a fat slob. His wife is fatter.
He plays video games all day. I never see him working. He stares at the young girls in the place all day. Man this guy makes me sick. I'm only 17 and I know how much of a loser this guy is.
Call the owner, Caroline and tell her that her staff hate the manager. I really hate this guy and we're losing customers because of him.
thanks for reading. i had to tell someone Posted on Feb 19, 2012, 7:41 PM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home This past Saturday marked the offical end of Dublin Dekhockey's nearly 12 year run. Final Send off...by
After Friday of this week I set up a forward page to:
The dekhockey website will exist until the domain expires in March (I think). If anyone wants the domain, I can get details on how you can purchase it for the renewal price.
This website hit its high mark of 25,043 hits in May of 2002. It has hits from all over the world. It had one hit from Thailand this month.
I hope that the street hockey message board will be just as lively a place for people to talk about hockey.
So as the last week for this message board and the dek hockey site, post your final messages... Posted on Jan 29, 2006, 10:19 PM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home Is there anyway the new site can partner with network54 so I always have the feer of creepy crawlers invading my computer everytime I log on ? end of an era...by Hoy Posted on Jan 30, 2006, 10:45 AM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home
I played on and off at the facility over the years and really enjoyed it. Thanks to all who managed and coordinated the facility and leagues there. Like many sports, the outdoor experience was very fun with the diverse conditions. The new street facility is a big step up with the size, condition and "dome" - but some things will be missed. Thanksby RW Posted on Jan 30, 2006, 12:19 PM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home
Wow! I Haven't Felt This Down Since My Wife Filed for Divorce. nt.by Shlashter Posted on Jan 30, 2006, 1:33 PM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home
Hey Hey Hey goodbye Dek.. Nah Nah Nah Nah...by
I sure will miss playing outdoors in below zero weather, slipping on the icy deck, shovelling the snow and trying to turn left after a Saturday morning game..
Since this is such a historic moment, are you going to auction off pieces of the rink? I want one of the burnt out lightbulbs from the scoreboard!!
Posted on Jan 31, 2006, 11:48 AM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home
I'll especially miss the liberal alcohol policy and the fact that it was 3 minutes from my house. It was better than fighting for a basketball or tennis court for 12 years. Gracious fellas. Re: Nah Nah Nah Nah...by RW Posted on Jan 31, 2006, 3:27 PM Respond to this message Goto Forum Home