WhiteWorxInc.com

Due to non-payment in 2007, the whiteworxinc.com Web site defaulted to the original owner of the domain name and Web site. As of 2011, the whiteworxinc.com Web site is privately owned and has no affiliation with carpet cleaning companies. As a personal Web site, contents include miscellaneous musings of the author. Non-public areas of the Web site are reserved for Web applications development for the Webmaster. Parties that are interested in using the base name of "whiteworxinc" (or variations thereof) may wish to consider available domain names with other extensions (e.g., .org, .net, etc.).

What's in a Name?

Carpet Cleaning Companies in Huntsville, AL

Carpet Cleaning Contractor Credentials

Quotes, Applicable since 2007

Quotes, Applicable in 2011

Music Titles, Applicable since 2007

Courthouse Records

What "Do Not Contact Me for Anything" Does NOT Mean

Domain Name Owner's Personal Statements

 

What's in a Name?

What exactly is WhiteWorx? For the domain name's owner, the domain is just a piece of property that permits creativity on the Web. It was available for purchase; why not use it? As a company name, WhiteWorx doesn't state what the company specializes in. Some may question if there is a racist connotation, that only "white" works. As a club or organization, one can guess that people of color aren't a part of the party. Even if WhiteWorx stems from a last name, a person who doesn't know that "Worx" is spelled with an "x" will hear "white works." Which goes back to the question of works on "what"? If WhiteWorx is based on a last name, one can guess that the name is about vanity, and not on the business or organization to be promoted.

On the topic of names, what about "Buff Daddy"? How stupid is THAT name? I had once seen this name on one of those airbrushed license plates that people decorate the front of their vehicles with. In the truck bed I saw a floor buffer, the sort that shines tile floors you find in grocery stores. So what's the connection? Are we talking about a body builder? No. We're talking about a guy who runs a floor cleaning machine, who obviously needed something to make him feel important, cool, and sexy -- a play off of the name, Puff Daddy. Please. It's janitorial work, not hip hop. Talk about needing to GET OVER YOURSELF! Looking at that license plate gave me a sense of revulsion, the sort of revulsion one gets when seeing a 300 lb woman wear electric blue spandex pants and a dingy, size medium tank top that says "Hot Mama." Yuck. What kind of person puts "Buff Daddy" on his truck? A self-absorbed moron, that's who!


Carpet Cleaning Companies in Huntsville, AL

WhiteWorxInc.com has no affiliations to carpet cleaning companies in Huntsville, AL, and cannot offer expertise or advice in carpet cleaning, steam cleaning, upholstery cleaning, carpet repair, janitorial services, cleaning supplies, rug cleaning, mold remediation, pet odor and stain removal, hard surface cleaning, emergency water or sewage extraction, tile and grout cleaning, or fire damage restoration.

Carpet cleaning companies, serving the Huntsville, AL, area include:

  • Stanley Steemer Carpet Cleaning
  • SERVPRO - Fire and Water Cleanup and Restoration
  • Safe-Dry Carpet Cleaning
  • Chem-Dry

Carpet Cleaning Contractor Credentials

As with any vendor of services, customers should do their homework before employing someone who enters one's personal residence or professional site.

  • Does this company hire drug addicts and ex-cons to do the job? Everyone should get a second chance, but what are YOU comfortable with?
  • The carpet is what the employee should be looking at. Is that ALL he is looking at? Is he looking at your things or your teenage daughter? Is he looking at you to add to a "special client" list? How many phone numbers DO get swapped in a week when dealing with the public?
  • Is the company a struggling business, working out of the back of the owner's home residence? Is the company really insured?
  • And what might a struggling business owner do? Become a slum lord? Marry a foreigner for green card money? What other deals might this owner be willing to engage in?
  • How many company names and locations have this business gone through?
  • Does the company have a current, Huntsville City license?
  • Have you checked on this company with the Better Business Bureau or business review forums?

Quotes, Applicable since 2007

"Thou shalt not commit adultery." - Exodus 20:14

"Thou shalt not lie." - Exodus 20:16

"He who permits himself to lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second time and third time, till at length it becomes habitual." - Thomas Jefferson

Quotes, Applicable in 2011

"Go away and never come back." - Golem, from Lord of the Rings

"He drew first blood." - Rambo


Music Titles, Applicable since 2007

"Blame it on Your Cheatin' Heart" by Patty Loveless

"Goodbye to You" by Scandal

"Don't Come Around Here No More" by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

"Here's a Quarter [Call Someone Who Cares]" by Travis Tritt

Music Titles, Applicable in 2011

"How Can I Miss You If You Won't Go Away?" by Huntingtons

"I Flushed You From the Toilets of My Heart" by J.D. Blackfoot


Courthouse Records

Courthouse records can reveal a lot about a person. For example, they can show that non-existent rental property does not reside at an ex-wife's street. An ex-spouse, therefore, has no justifiable reason to ride up and down said street at all hours of the day and night, noticed by the ex-wife and neighbors of the same street. One may suppose that the ex-spouse is scoping out the ex-wife's visitors after years of divorce, or perhaps the drive-bys are meant to show-off the ex-spouse's new mid-life crisis toy with a crummy paint job. One can only wonder.

Public records are just that -- public. One can find VERY interesting things there.


What "Do Not Contact Me for Anything" Does NOT Mean

Guys often have a problem with the word "no." Some women are slow to learn what "no" means, but usually, guys have this problem. Guys are often pre-disposed to the "idiot gene."

"Do Not Contact Me for Anything" does NOT mean --

  • "She wants me."
  • "Maybe I can entice her to come back with money schemes, like she can control all my money, or if I die and she agrees to handle my funeral arrangements, she can have the rest of my belongings. She wants me."
  • "There's hope! I know she wants me."
  • "I'll drive past her house, claiming to have property on her street and a girlfriend on an adjoining street, and I'll give her unwarranted phone calls on her work phone, telling her that I can do her a favor and give her a pet she doesn't need. She'll think I'm a great guy, even though I did wait until she went to work to empty the house of all the furniture, when she said we were getting a divorce, after she discovered my mistress. Can coming home to an empty house be so bad? Maybe she'll forget when I added my mistress' car to my then-wife's car insurance. Afterall, she caught the 'error' when the bill came. As for the other horrible things on the list, 'time heals all,' right? She wants me."
  • "I'll text her whenever I feel like it. It's not all the time, and I'm nice about it. She'll think about me. She wants me."
  • "If I contact her nicely, just below the legal harassment radar, she'll forget that, during a post-divorce reconcilliation attempt, when I told her I was going on a vacation to find myself and asked her to look after my dog for two weeks (which she did), I actually went half way around the world to see the woman who was the reason for the divorce. Okay, so the hotel receipt was found in my wallet, and it was pretty clear that I took her for granted, again. I'm still a fantastic guy! She wants me."
  • "Is being a delusional, pathological liar so bad? She wants me."

Domain Name Owner's Personal Statements

Nobody owns the Internet. I'll drive up and down Internet-land all I want because I ACTUALLY own property in the Internet.

It has become abundantly clear to the domain name owner that the words "do not contact me" (whether by phone, drivebys, or texting) has fallen on deaf ears. Asking, requesting, and ordering does not work, and appears will NEVER work, plain and simple. It is doubtful that neither morse code, picto-grams, chimpanzee sign language, nor smoke signals will have any effect either. For these reasons, this Web site will remain up as sounding-off ground for when the domain owner feels like it. The domain owner has willed that the Web site will remain up after the domain owner's interment.

February 25, 2011!! Happy 1st Year Anniversary to a certain ex-husband! Or is it happy? Can it really be happy if you're already seeing a girlfriend on an off-street from an ex-wife's street? (The January 2011 statement of having a girlfriend -- not a wife -- (living on this off-street), rudely left on a certain ex-wife's voice mail as some pathetic proof that he has "moved on," was preserved in MP3 format for all interested parties -- foreign and domestic.) Does this secret wife actually live on said street, so no one knows about this marriage? OR, maybe the secret wife knows about the girlfriend, and everyone participates in "swinging" events, since this particular ex-husband has friends in "ambiguous," as well as lowly, disgusting places and had admitted to possibly having "addictions." "Birds of a feather..." as they say....

After miscellaneous incidental interviews, the domain name owner suspects that a certain ex-husband is actually a "switch-hitter" to satisfy certain addictions. The domain name owner has no issues with gay people, and, in fact, is happy when they act as they really are. Kudos to those who understand and apply self-honesty. Deceitful asses who marry women to be beards, act like disrespectful SOBs, and then reveal a bunch of weird items about themselves after a divorce should have a special place in Hell reserved for them.


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