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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday February 17th, 2020

Escrow.com

One of the things I am very fortunate to have is my 3 of my Grandparents alive. I went on Saturday to go see my Grandmother who is 92 in California and have dinner. I am taking my Mother to Hawaii in a late 70th birthday present and figured I could see the family as I picked up my Mom. I don’t take any of the moments for granted and its been amazing to talk to all my Grandparents over the last few years about their early lives.

My Grandmother told me all about her time as a USO dancer during WWII. She flew all over entertaining the troops and was stationed in Hawaii for a while. That’s how the conversation got started. I told hew where we were headed and that led to her time there in 1945. She said she had a group of women dancers. A comedian. A Song and Dance couple. And some musicians that did shows each night for the troops that passed through. Meanwhile my Grandfather was stationed in the Philippines setting up communication lines through the jungle. She went on to tell of the rough life he had but left out the terrible details that my Mom would fill in later.

My grandparents represented the side you saw on TV with the dancing and troops having a good time and the horrific side that was happening around the world at the time. And to have the ability to listen to these stories directly from the source is something will only be around a few more years. Its my job as a story teller to listen to these and share them with my family. I was fortunate to spend a lot of time with my Great Grandmother while I was in High School and hear about her childhood in the teens. Not her teens but in 1900s teens.

This is why I am going on a trip with just me and my Mom. To hear more great stories and to make more so that I can tell my daughter and she can tell hers. While the stories of great domain sales and money made are fun. It’s not the stories that are important. The merely are the means used to open up the opportunities to make more great stories

Domain of the Day: SecretAdmirer.com This thing hits five figures. Everyone is a little attracted to people that are attracted to them

Quote of the Day: You will continue to suffer if you have an emotional reaction to everything that is said to you. True power is sitting back and observing things with magic. True power is restraint. If words control you that means everyone else can control you. Breathe and allow things to pass.” ― Warren Buffett

Park.io Names at Auction or Dropping

Drive.gg You’re seeing a couple of domain investors starting to jump on .gg names. Sales cause the real bandwagon boarding

Burb.io Last call. Canna slang for a bubbler

Outpatient.io I see this as a remote doctor type play

Stacky.io The type of name that may or may not get a bid makes a great brand and is a math term.

Bud.gg Smoke or friend. Or smoke with a friend

Analytics.gg Game analytics. People love stats

Stallion.gg This is a studly name

Namejet, Sedo, Snap, and other Names Up for Auction

Anchorman.com 23 years old. An upgrade domain for many business and websites, such as AnchormanInsurance.co.ukAnchormanInc.com and MANY more. And of course the name of a legendary film with William Farrel

DoShit.com Last chance to do shit…literally

OT.tv Great to see that Sedo lists renewal cost in description. Regular $25 fee which is a huge bonus for an LL.tv

RiverMist.com We agreed on Sherpa that this is a beautiful brand

PWMC.com Under $500 reserve so it will sell

Clonea.com 1999 birthday. They’ve been thinking of cloning things since 1999

TheCakemaker.com Great wedding cake or special occasion baker domain. And no bids

PrisonRape.com Wow. Sounds like a site I’m not going to visit. but it probably is a cause

XJU.com Just depends on how close to $10K the reserve is

3DOffice.com Registered in 16 other tlds. 19 years old

Betsy.biz maybe sell as an email?

Godaddy Domains With Bids

LifestyleBlog.com I used to think that blog at the end was too limiting and then I realized that its so popular that it has good value. And value is what I’m looking for in domains. Not what I think

Genetics.net Huge word of the future. Dot net gives it to you at a discount

KickAss.org Can’t think of a better thing to form an organization around

ActiveFoot.com Hoping the other one is pretty active too

AffordablePhotographer.com Promote what you are. Much better than cheap or discount. Nobody wants shitty photos on one of their wedding days

UPYY.com A lot of bids. Name is decent

DJMD.com This one is a little better because of the MD at the end

Blica.com Caught my eye because it was short. Evidently means “penis” in Portuguese

CoinVendor.com We still doing Bitcoin ATMs? I know people still do ATM for bitcoin

Orthopedic.net Another good dot net. No where near Genetics though

LicenseMe.com Licensing platform

YourScience.com A lot of money has been made by putting Your and My in front of words

GreenSavings.com Save the green or save the environment

There are a ton of medicine Dot Nets dropping. Here are all my favorites

Endocrinology.net

Geriatrics.net

Hematology.net

Pediatrics.net

Pharmaceutical.net

Toxicology.net

PetParties.com Because you know that people have them

Faura.com Nice sounding brand. Also a small town in Spain

Mosia.com Another one

AhiPoke.com One of my favorite Poke bowls

e200.com Memorable and short and that’s the kind of brands people like

SmileCom.com I went looking for good smile dot coms and they were tough to find. I think that’s why even this meh name is doing pretty well

TokenBets.com I do think Crypto sports betting has a huge future. By far the easiest way to fund your account right now

Poison.net That girl is

26112.com With the falling prices and lack of interest this is either a good time to get in or a time to get out depending on your feelings. I think China has a lot of other things going on so the buy side is not there right now. I think it resumes as normal life resumes there

Lingually.com Everyone will know its a language site. Just might not be able to pronounce it or remember it

SuccessFunding.com I think adding the word success makes it positive sounding

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

AdCoop.com

AlphaGrove.com

ClearSkin.org

DimeRocket.com

Kimoyo.com

LimeForce.com

LiveMedica.com

MakeMeSafe.com

OpenNorth.com

SilkAndCotton.com

WinningWithWords.com

YouAreMyWorld.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids


57112.com
57179.com
69112.com
AlexandriaNews.org
Altair-ConsulTores.com
AndroidApplication.com
Aswcd.org
BaltimoreEats.com
BestBrandToBuy.com
Bivision.com
BoltWoodEvanston.com
CafeSpot.com
CaliMover.com
CaptSeaweed.com
CCBookAwards.com
CheapFashions.com
Choi.org
CryptoAce.com
CryptoPian.com
DeclareCakes.com
DownloadBee.com
DriedFlowersDirect.com
EmpowerTech.com
FHolder.com
FollowThru.com
GentleRidge.com
Gracielouevents.com
GreenThrottle.com
HelpStuff.com
HolidayBag.com
HowToPython.org
IdealSourcing.com
JWWF.com
KillDevilsFrozenCustard.com
lefoulardensoie.com
Linux-Knowledge-Portal.org
LouieSSB.com
LYYV.com
MaFrance.com
MallDirect.com
MavericksRoastBeef.com
MazeMobile.com
MindanaoTimes.net
MiniMover.com
Mobiusband.com
MotesClearCreekFarms.com
MuraCaat.com
MustangShop.com
MyMortgageAgent.com
NameOk.com
NTT.cc
Onaha.com
OnlineGame-Syndrome.com
OrgQ.com
PokeIt.com
Pugs.net
Qivana.com
RXVN.com
SaleWeed.com
SandiegoDowntown.org
SGHQ.com
ShopRainbow.com
SipCoffeehouse.com
SoundtrackGeek.com
Spishi.com
StartAAccelerator.com
StudyJobs.com
SummerProgramFinder.com
TechBlogNG.com
TechHelpers.net
TheFarmStore.net
TheGlenCC.com
TZYP.com
Umaic.org
Vegetarian-Society.org
WalkStreet.com
WhiskeyTour.com



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