Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wednesday April 19th

Apr 19 2017

I’ll give you the short version.  The heat got to me at the Boston Marathon.  With a 75 degree start I knew I was going to have to slow down my pace.  I felt fine at 13 and 14 but at mile 16 I felt a little tired.  I usually don’t feel tired for another few miles.  I knew it was going to be ugly at the end.  I thought I was drinking enough but I was constantly thirsty, not a good sign.  At mile 18 I realized I was going to have to walk/run the rest of the race and just get it done.  At mile 21 I started getting sick to my stomach which is a sign you’re just piling liquids on top of each other but not taking any in the system.  I pretty much moved to a walk with a little running here and there. Mostly in front of the cameras and cute girls. It was miserable but I knew I would eventually get there.  But at mile 25.8 or .5 miles from the finish I got real dizzy. To the point I had to lean against the barricade for a second.  And then I passed out.  I’ve never passed out ever.  Not even from drinking to many beers or alcohol. I’ve felt like it during runs in the past but it had never happened.  But I did this time.  I remember feeling like I just fell asleep.  I was dreaming and felt a cool breeze and comfortable.  I woke up on the other side of the road with three policeman asking me questions.

I remember thinking.  I want to get these questions right.  So I need to take a little time and do a great job answering so they think I’m fine and don’t worry about me.  I thought to myself, wait a couple seconds to answer so you can think out a good answer.  Probably was the questions were “What’s your name?”   “Is this your first Boston”  “Have you ever run a marathon before”   I struggled with the answers but immediately said “I’ve run 30 marathons”   Just to show him I’m not a wussy.  Unfortunately not a lot of people go down with a half mile to go.  Thousands pass out at the end and miles 20-24 but not many where I was.  And they wouldn’t let me leave until a medic checked me out.  But there were no medics to be found.  I had to wait 45 minutes to get cleared.

I was literally a block from where I was staying and I said to the medic ” I just want to go home”  He told me he would walk me the block.  As we walked he said to me “We’re going to finish this thing”  “You’ve run this whole thing and the finish is around the corner”  “You can make it and I’ll walk you so if anything happens I got you”  He proceeded to take my arm and use his other arm to stir up the crowd.  It was touching.  So touching that I started to cry.  It was one of the nicest things anyone had done for me and with him walking with me and the crowd cheering for me I just became emotional.  He let me go with a few hundred yards and I ran across the finish and got my finishing medal.    I really didn’t think I cared but I am so happy I did finish.  It was by far the worst time I’ve ever run.  I ran 3:06 last year and finished this in 4:30 something.  Yet this may be my most memorable marathon ever.  It was miserable, painful, and scary but it made me stronger and smarter and became an important part of my journey.   A journey I am going to train hard to not repeat.  So thank you Boston Police and medical.  I can see why Boston is so proud of you.

And a special thanks to Elliot Silver.  Saw him at the expo and again at mile 13.   Great to hear someone cheer for you personally.  Meant a lot.   And amazing that I saw him in a crowd of hundreds of thousands.

Here are today’s names   Click for Current Price

 

 

Quote Of The Day  ” The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time -Thomas Edison

Domain Of The Day:  iBookie.com  Perfect name for legalized online gambling

 

 

 

Godaddy Domains That I Like With Multiple Bids

ItGirl.com   and TheItGirl.com   Everyone loves the IT girl.  The girl that is hot right now.  Right now its Emma Stone and Emma Watson

TrophyGuide.com    A map for gamers on how to complete tasks.  19 years old

5TS.com   Will end higher than $2500 IMO

TBHA.org  Yup, over $1000 just like you thought

CyberDevelop.com  Not a big fan of cyber but people still use the term all the time.  22 years old

MiinerCO.com   Bitcoin mining.  Bitcoin wasn’t even around when it was registered

OrcaWatch.com  save the whales.   Or a wristwatch shaped like an orca

YMDC.net  As expensive as LLLL.com CHiPs ending with C have become.  Maybe its time to buy some LLLL.nets of the same caliber

FTS.cc    One of the better LLL.cc up for auction in the last few months

JH88.com   This one is going to do very very well.  LL88 get great prices right now

Sharie.com  Can’t go wrong with personal names

HECF.com    Good western letters.  F for foundation

DroneFarmer.comDroneRealEstate.comDroneRealty.com  the 3 drone names getting bids today

LuckyAnt.com   18,000 backlinks.

PTrade.com   Getting some bids.   Lots of alternatives but not if your name is P Trade

RJR.net Pattern is a good one. Big bids expected

Domains with One or NO Bids

Zeremy.com A name. Not a very popular name but a name

TheTits.com Used to describe the best of something. “its the tits” Or just breasts. No bidders

CrownTree.com Upgrade name for a few entities

WasteRemoval.net No bids. Big enough industry that the .net has some value IMO

InstantBroadcast.com A bit long but live broadcasting is the hot thing right now

CrowdFinancer.com Online crowd fund page. Tells you exactly what the site is for

BitcoinComp.com Compare the bitcoin sites and wallets

DollarMe.com If you have a product named dollar its your call to action name

TheGamersHQ.com Several sites have the name Gamers HQ. I think The works in front

PawnItHere.com Good marketing name for a pawn shop. No bids

CoolStud.com 80s term but I still use it. JK

Troxil.com Last name and it also sounds like a drug

CloneMarket.com Could be a market to have your things cloned

Other Godaddy Domains With Bids

263265.com
263266.com
3999993.com
AcrylicDisplayStore.com
AlanStree.com
AnneKelly.net
Ariks.com
AutoLoansFinancing.com
AVIPro.com
BGBZ.net
Bio-MagneticTherapy.com
BioSlimDisk.com
BlissControl.com
BrowserTune.com
BTGH.net
BudgetBed.com
Calligraphica.org
Canteryuc.com
CasinoLust.com
Chrisschlarb.com
ColumbiaBasinAllieDarts.org
CountryLaceAndRibbon.com
DigitalScreenMedia.org
dota2walls.com
DREnergyAaverCNY.com
EasyHtmlHelp.com
EverythingAtkins.net
Forexday2.info
FPTK.net
GRCurrent.com
GridironSystems.com
GuestPlanet.com
gustavoarellano.net
HannaOne.com
HillaryEmail.com
HouseOfBrewsOC.com
KeystoneStudios.com
KLMAviation.net
Knifedge.net
Lead-Converter.com
LokisCaptions.com
Lukewienecke.net
MagicOfGayatri.com
MarquetteGolfclub.com
MassBrew.com
MJWG.net
Motorito.com
MoveTogether.com
my-orangecounty-locksmith.com
NCFE.org
ndgenweb.org
Netsperience.org
NewBedfordOpenStudios.org
NickersOnArtGallery.com
NoteBookism.com
Online-Health-Fitness.com
OregonWineAndFarmTour.com
oui-blog.com
Proraiz.com
ProxyPlus.net
QuitSmokingSolution.com
Read-Any-Books.com
FSZH.net
RushBeyondTheLightedStage.com
SacramentoCredit.com
Scadaplus.com
Sciencea.com
ScottSeeBorg.com
Sendry.com
Seretil.me
SixFlagsHouston.com
Starigrad.com
StonehengeCountertops.com
SuperCarShipping.com
Tamarkuscook.com
Taxi86.com
TheOrlandoVacationStore.com
TherapyConsulting.com
TokyoSelfies.com
TreasureHuntCyprus.com
TritonHealthInnovations.com
TrustedPilot.com
TZUZ.com
UCIF.org
UniversityOfCookie.com
VeriteHotel.com
WebWiseKids.org
win-a-car.com
WitchesBeCrazy.com
WPWX.net
XTCR.net
YGDS.net

Namejet Auction

 

RPP.com    Will cross $40K  IMO

PJML.com     I don’t like the J but I respect the CHiP

NPNA.com   This is the kind of name that is increasing the most lately.  Good vowels and good last letters.  Seems like the Chinese are figuring out that names that sell to end users are the best names.

OBGH.com  Another example.  Have been going up lately

UnderwearClub.com  Much rather have this than Underwear.club

886677.com   Pending delete.  This is going to crush it with that pattern

NegotiationTactics.com    If you have this skill set you will do better in business

Sedo and Flippa

Interestless.com   3 bidders at $11.   No reserve.  No interest means free money

Symbiotic.com   Great brand for a company.   Reasonable reserve IMO

EGSN.com  No bids at $1 with No reserve

 

 

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15 comments

  1. Michael

    Chills reading this. Glad you are ok. Training for and running a marathon or triathlon is grueling. The physical, mental and emotional toll it takes on one’s body is so difficult to describe. You are right – it is all part of a journey. A journey worth taking.

    One of these days we will have to sign up for a race together. Until then I will keep working on my training and speed in an effort to catch up with you. 🙂

      1. Michael

        Let me know when the ‘too soon’ time period has lapsed and I will have some additional feedback for you 😉 Maybe at the next Namescon 🙂

  2. David George (Silentptnr)

    Shane! What a story. I knew from reading that you were gearing up for the race but I would have never imagined what happened! Just curious, was your family freaking out?

    Abdul, the only thing I see on tbha.org is the age (1997) and that the domain was host to The Boston Harbor Association for many years.

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