What a day yesterday. We had extreme heat warnings so I expected things to be pretty slow this weekend but boy was I wrong. My running partner isn’t a great heat runner so he called my late Friday and proposed getting our 17 mile long run in on Saturday. Except I work on Saturdays at the nursery. We settled on heading out at 5:00am so I could finish up on time and he could avoid the heat. Which is a 3:50 wake up for me to get the water bottles set out and a quick coffee to wake up and get the pipes moving.
I’m used to working in the heat so my job was just to pace him during 13 of the miles where he needed to go marathon pace plus 10 seconds. His marathon pace is my easy pace so it worked out perfect. Except he fell apart and I started running late for work so I had to ditch him after his pacing portion was over and run 7 minute pace for the last 4 so I would get to work on time. I caught a quick shower and a bowl of cereal to refuel and hopped in my car.
But then I get a call from an employee asking if I had any work for him around my house. I had planned on planting a bunch of stuff on Sunday and saw an opportunity to have someone do it for me. I grabbed the truck, went to the nursery and loaded up my plants and set them out all over my yard so he knew where to plant them. Now I was late for work. Fortunately my late is still before we open and nobody really noticed. They just wondered what I was doing since I’m always there close to open. Then I get a call saying that I need to load a semi with plants because its going to go out Sunday night to Lexington KY.
Fortunately it was a refrigerated truck so everything stays cool as we loaded it and its an amazing escape from the heat. Speaking of heat. Nobody seemed to mind at ALL. We were crazy busy all day long. So long run, long day with customers, and loaded a semi. All that led to over 40,000 steps and a literal marathon of movement. Then I had to come write the list. The easiest and most enjoyable part of the day. Nothing better than sitting here looking over domain names and picking out what names I want to get outbid on.
Please buy something to support my stupid stories. If the commissions drop any lower we’re going to have to start selling DSAD clothing.
Domain of the Day: LazyCook.com The next great Food Network Show
Quote of the Day: “Every strike brings me closer to the next home run.” – Babe Ruth
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
Battleground.io Dot io is used quite a bit for gaming and this is definitely a gaming name
Thoughtful.io This kind name has drawn more bidders than any name on the board
AVC.io The dot com is Fred Wilson. One of my favorite investors
ElectricVehicle.io I believe the dot com sold for a great price recently
Divorce.me Half of all couples could use this
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
Daddy.io Last chance. Closes today
Geenes.com Not spelled right but decent looking brand despite IMO
DesignWizards.com They think their designs are magical. 24 years old
TrackLink.com Would not be surprised to see this hit 5K plus
AX.net Big name. I’ll guess. $25K ?
ThePowerShop.com Taken in 12 extensions but no bids
UAEM.com Great letters. Taken in 17 extensions.
DNHS.com 27 extensions here.
Developy.com Reserve under $1000
Godaddy Domains With Bids
Worth.net Top number of bids on the Godaddy list today. Most people know the dot com already
Suite101.com Suite101 was a collaborative publishing site based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It formerly generated revenue from advertisements and shared that revenue with contributors; but effective November 1, 2013, that revenue sharing program was terminated. With the all the backlinks and history it can be yours fo rate low low price of $16,500 and climbing
WantLove.com The next Tinder but only taken in 9 extensions . But really. Who doesn’t want love?
Bezar.com Old, small, startup that was acquired
Doppler.net Weather all the way
7350.com One of the better NNNN.coms to come up for expiry auction in more than a year
CoinNerds.com That would be all coin people
EscapeTheGrind.com A call to action for you to come to that easy peasy lifestyle
MapTrack.com Already a GPS company name as it should be. Taken in 22 extension
BuyCute.com Lots of brands named cute
LookAtHome.com Shop from the comforts of your own home
80022.com Bidders are loving the pattern
DreamLocations.com Vacation at the world’s most beautiful locations
AndAction.com Sounds like a movie name to make “annnnnnd Action!!!!” registered in 25 extension
XIndustry.com Can’t wait to watch Andy and Drew fight over it
MannyPacquiao.com One of the most popular boxers of all time. Hope it goes to good use
HireOurHeroes.org Perfect for the dot org. Has some backlink juice. Great cause
CardioWorks.com 100% eventually going to be a fitness center
SeniorStaff.com The reality is many seniors are going to have to keep working. Help them get jobs and help employers find experienced, mature, help.
MoneyKnowledge.com Learn from someone that is in the know
Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids
The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids
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