Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday March 4th, 2018

Mar 04 2018

Escrow.com

 

I’ve mentioned several times I listen to most of Joe Rogan’s podcast.  I like the mix of guests he has on and I love the extended talks.  Letting the guests go on brings out some great conversation that would have otherwise been missed.   I had a speech an hour a way yesterday so I listened to Chris Kresser talk about gut health.  I am obsessed with my gut health.  I’ve always felt that my stomach dictates my day.  How I feel.  How I perform.  Kresser’s interview pretty much proved to me I was on the right track. (I am eating a giant piece of cake as I write this)

With a busy day it’s so tough to eat correctly.  Things in packages are just so much more convenient and they taste fantastic.  They were scientifically created to trigger your brain in every way.  And they do.  Even better the sugar and other ingredients draw you in to want more.  So how am I to resist something that taste better than healthy food and my body is telling me it wants more of it?   That’s what I’m figuring out.    And I don’t need some vegan to tell me “Welllll you simply get up 2 hours early and prepare yourself a nice healthy ……….”  We’re on a time schedule too. Right now I’m on a eat this not that way of eating.  But still filling in the cracks with junk.   I have some anchor meals put in that I like and are healthy but I have some flaws of sweets that I can’t resist.  And my body works on rewards.  Often leading to a 13 mile run with 14 miles of calories behind it.  I’ll let you know how it goes.  The goal is to lose 20 pounds and still feel great by May 15th.   Today’s starting weight 190.  Here are today’s names.    Click on them for current price

Quote of the Day:  “Great leaders step up, then step back, then step away”  -Kevin Crenshaw

Domain of the Day:  7330.com  Here’s your chance to get a cheap NNNN.com

 

Namejet and Sedo Names at Auction

CurrencyMarket.org     This was a regular old fiat name but now its a hot new crypto currency name. No bids

FreshApple.com.com   At $100 and met reserve. Nice organic or fresh sounding name for the price

That’s all I have for this group.  Just not much at Namejet on Sunday’s lately

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

WeedBase.com   lovely name but going for much higher than I thought it would

Perfumerie.com   That’s where they sell the perfume.  No seriously.  That’s what it is …I think

Arnell.com   1999 birthday.  A popular last name so quite a few entities share it

Luma.net   Good enough CVCV that the .net has value

GrabThis.com   10 bids but just make sure you ask before you grab

LHCC.net   One of the few LLLL.net that I thing has a chance of good return.  The cc could be crypto

Instaguard.com   Ask Ring how good the home security market is right now

ParentSchool.com   Because being a good parent is a learned trait.  15 bid

jm888.com    The 888 has it over four figures

BodyRemodeling.com   Great name for personal trainer, gym, or anything that gets you back in shape

Creditable.com  1999 domain with 39 bidders

UnhappyHipsters.com   132,000 backlinks has this over four figures

CannaRealEstate.com  When weed become legal the prices for warehouses skyrockets

Undateable.com   Would be fun to see the people that get put on this site

AllCrypt.com  Used to be a graveyard now a crypto currency name

YouConvert.com  Another name that is now a crypto name

 

Godaddy Names With No Bids

WeedEtc.com   Weed and all the things that go with weed.  etc has always been a popular naming convention

AthleticTesting.com  Ideal name for a sports medicine clinic that offers V02 max and other sports related testing

SewerSafe.com  I see it written on toilet paper. I imagine they write it for a reason

TheBestBroker.com  You’re automatically the best with this name.  No bids

UpgradeMyLife.com   Almost everyone would like to improve their life

219938.com  Non 4 or zero 6N.coms don’t have the value they used to but they are selling

832776.com 8s at the front or back all get bids

InvestInWeed.com   Or weed domains

GetSomeAss.com  pretty sure you can’t say this anymore

InsuranceEngine.com  I like this one.  “Put your info in the insurance engine and we’ll get you the best rates”

HTMQ.net  Sold for $43 within the last 6 months.  Could go for more now

Godaddy Names With Bids

66cb.com
99f.net
AfftonOaklandHouse.com
AHBI.org
AlwaysCatholic.com
AmericaPayLoan.com
AmsterdamHotels.org
ArmScole.com
AroundTheWattsHouse.com
AtlanticMoving.com
CareSuites.com
CostaRicaFishingBoats.com
DailyBloggr.com
danluvisiart.com
DentalPick.com
DidLegit.com
DivineMagazine.net
EvestFlorida.com
Expressive.org
FireChemicals.com
Fizzix.com
FreeForLunch.com
FurnitureDesignStudio.com
Ganabitsdiarios.com
GrayStoneWine.com
HairFlip.com
LakeCountySpeedway.com
LangstonInstitute.org
LawrencevilleFamilyDentist.com
LegacySportsNetwork.com
LiquidMaster.com
LSPR.net
MJData.com
MyPlang.com
NAHF.org
Nemali.com
NKDM.net
NoMansLandThePlay.com
OpportunitySeekers.com
Penny-Saved.com
PlayingWithFireAndWater.com
PoweredByOrange.com
PremierPlumber.com
RKT.cc
RopeRescueGear.com
ScholasticSecurity.com
ScreenBooks.com
SDarko.com
searchhomesinpdx.com
SteadyLand.com
StrictlyGermanOnline.com
summerlinhomesales.com
SVEQ.com
TeacherTrainingCymru.org
TheBuffaloBullet.com
TheGoodEggco.com
TheTwistBand.com
Tiwoxuan.com
TotosRestaurant.com
ToutPondi.com
Upicm.com
UpscaleTeakFurniture.com
VaguelyVegan.com
WonderCatStudio.com
YogaFreedom.com
Yunsuo365.com

urchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything I say is based on my own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or my opinion is correct. I hand choose my names but I am paid to make this list by the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

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10 comments

  1. Dave

    Thanks very much for your lists Shane.

    The formatting is not working under ‘GoDaddy Names With No Bids’ for me, seeing [g] tags outputted.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      John,

      I am 6 foot on the money. My race weight is 175. I am anorexic at 165. I also have a terrible pigeon toed gate. yet somehow at 48 I still ran a 3:16 and a 3:06 marathon in the last two years and 1:27 half. Even I can’t quite figure out how such a bad runner is a decent runner

  2. John D

    That’s pretty good run time, I’ve been trying to work out what my weight should be, I’m 6’1, run frequently and weigh 210 but I’ve picked things up and put them down for fifteen years (weight lifting) so I’ve found it’s tough to get below this weight. I average five miles in under an hour each day. Perhaps shoot for 200? It’s nearly impossible when running to not eat more and I find the only time I got down to 200 was when I spent two hours running and body building which is entirely too time consuming.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      John,

      Even if you have a big build you could easily be 190. You just have to track you calories in and out and keep yourself at a slight deficit. The only weightlifting you do is low weight high rep. You want long muscles not bulky. If you want to run well you need David Beckhams body not Mark Wahlbergs. Nothing is easy but you absolutely can do it if you go all in

  3. Andrew Hyde

    Running is under-rated as fitness training. I ran 7 miles every other day for about 6 years until I broke my ankle into pieces. (Injury was not related to running.) When I started, getting past the five mile barrier without stopping was the biggest hurdle. A friend gave me a pointer before I began and to pass that along for all those looking to fully tune themselves up, keep your breath control and never break your form. Stop before break your form, once I past 5 miles, it was a automatic and the runner’s high begins. Not sure what the key is to marathons, that’s a much greater level of punishment, but running was probably the best thing I did to have lasting health.


    1. Post author
      ShaneCultra

      Andrew,

      Moving is always a good thing. Swimming, biking, and running are all great for you. Swimming is very easy on the joints so 99.9% of people could swim if they wanted. Running is the best for your body. Actually cross country skiing is the best but not very practical. I have running partners that started running for the first time at 40. Hadn’t played organized sports in 20 years. Together we slowly worked up to higher mileage and more workouts. He ran 3:02 at 54 year old. Most things we do are really just a want. Its amazing what can happen when you want to do something.

  4. John D

    Thanks Shane and agreed it’s just focus, America’s foods is just so damn addictive that’s all 😉 I moved back four months ago from Europe and I want to eat everything!

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