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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday October 4th, 2020

Escrow.com

When I was a young kid my Dad did two things for me that were a big part of who I am. He put up a basketball hoop on the side of the house and he made me a full length soccer field in the lot next to our house. Complete with full size goals and nets. Because of this I literally never came in the house.

I am not exaggerating when I say that I shot 1000 shots a day for 6 years straight. At both places. We lived in NC and the weather let you play year-round. I can remember standing at the free-throw line and pretending I was in the finals, down 1 with 2 free throws left. The sceneario was always the same. I needed to make both to win. By the time it was time to hit those free throws in the real game I had been at that line a million times. I learned in that driveway that I could hit every single shot possible if I practiced it enough. If I missed it in the game I would come home, mark the spot on the ground, and shoot the shot until I could hit it blindfold. I would have been pretty good if it weren’t for 3 things. One. I didn’t practice my dribbling enough. I had no handles. I could shoot left or right-handed from almost anywhere but you were going to have to pass me the ball for me to get to that spot. Two, I only grew to 6 feet. Not a good height for a guy that can’t handle the ball. Three. I was soooo much better at soccer that I had to concentrate on that more as I got older. A fourth bonus reason. No 3 point shot while I was growing up so my shots were further away, same points.

Which leads me to that field. I did the same thing on that soccer net as I did at the hoop. Shot after shot after shot. You coudl see the worn spots in the yard where I did my work. I would set up fake goalies or set my little brother up in net and just pound the goal. Just like basketball shots, I took 1000 shots on goal every day. I lived outside practicing. The difference in soccer is I had mad handles. I could dribble, shoot, anything with either foot. I could shoot from anywhere and pretty much pick the spot in the net. Why? Because I had shot on net more than anyone I knew. Not many people had a weird shaped yard with huge empty side lot. I had a field at my house. People had hoops. Not many had full-sized goals. Like the basketball lessons, I learned that the only way to get better is to put hours and hours into it. Set up every possible scenario so when it came up you had been there, done that. Even if there wasn’t a crowd, real pressure, or even real defenders. You had felt the ball at your feel. You had set your feet, knew where your knee needed to be over the ball,  and what angle to approach.  Needed it to banana in the top right? Bottom left-hand side of the ball with a hard right to left kick and a long follow-through. Bottom right, knee way over the ball with a punch kick.

Its been 37 years since I moved from that house but when the temperature drops and it starts getting dark early in the fall, I still get that feeling like its time to go out and practice. I did it so many times. Turning on the side spot light and playing with just a little bit of light. Playing until Mom calls me in to go to bed. I never had an Atari, Colecovision, or cable. But I had nets. Lots and lots of nets.

Quote of the Day: “Practice puts brains in your muscles
Sam Snead

Domain of the Day: ACRC.com Great letters and the price is reflecting it. Prices are starting to pick up again for the highest quality LLLL.coms

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Precedent.io Someone has to set one

Term.io Another one that will push the retail/wholesale boundaries

Clam.io Another short, one word, do io that is making Park.io wealthy

OJ.vc Can OJ Simpson ruin a two letter domain ?

Coins.ac Is it a big enough keyword to make .ac valuable?

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

Play.land Kids or adult. Quite the contrast

RareTools.com Men LOVE tools. Add the rare and this could get exciting

StayMat.com Solid name for a fatigue mat or a non slip mat. No bids. 20 years old

Alphano.com 19 years old with a little search volume. No bids, expiry name

Headframe.com Love this. Get in a good frame of mind

BetterEnvironment.com Billions being spent on improving or not making the environment worse. 19 years old

Cholesterol.org Sounds official. Not sure how to monetize it but Google will help you figure it out

PunchMarketing.com marketing that hits you in the face

RoofAndSiding.com I think this is a great marketing name for the price. No bidders at $69

Godaddy Domains With Bids

NaturePlay.com The safe place to play

GetWifi.com Most bids on the Godaddy board today. A service every single person needs in today’s world

TimeDeal.com Sounds like a deal that expires so you have to get it quickly but the bids are probably coming for the time share aspects

CoinCreate.com If only it was that easy

Amayze.com I’m always amayzed how well the misspelled words do. Taken in 20 extensions

BargainInsurance.com Not sure insurance is where you are seeking bargains but bidders think it is

MyFlip.com the professional term is Reseller but

TalentExpert.com You’re going to get lots of naked pictures

DallasCatering.com Google says the domain name doesn’t help in the SEO but I think this will. And I know nothing about SEO

Blogpreneur.com Hard to spell but every industry has a company with preneur at the end

Ace2.com 20 years old and taken in 22 extensions

Glutenista.com The gluten free cooking specialist

DiscountDeal.com A double special. Discount and Deal

BuffMe.com Buff sales have reached all time high in sales.

FutureWest.com The future isn’t in the west. Its in Texas

DesignCatalog.com Great name for a design ideas and tools

OutdoorFreedom.com The only place there is freedom right now

Scheduly.com Scheduling app all the way

ZICapital.com I think we’re back doing capital names again

GeneticBenefits.com I know have some, lack some

HandmadeCeramics.com Probably won’t get a lot for it but someone who does this is going to want it

MyGolfCoach.com Golf is definitely back

HealthSeeds.com or pills

KnightTime.com I’d se this if the name of my company is Knight

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

OriginalLuxury.com

BrighterService.com

BeYourGuest.com

VoiceOfTomorrow.com

Hiwak.com

Bubia.com

CircleParking.com

BreastLab.com

KeepThemGreat.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bid

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70965.com
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91z1.net
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96625.com
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blognatale.com
BoxPak.com
BradLeys-English-School.com
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Calorie-Counter.net
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cr66.com
CrystalViewRemodeling.com
Delilah.org
DesignFreaks.com
DrSweigel.com
DukesPana.com
DyoungV.com
EmmettTillMurder.com
FiveHundredPlus.com
FoundryCollective.com
FTechBlog.com
giuseppisPizza.net
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Gocnhabep.net
HeavenlyBloomsBlog.com
HillCountryPasta.com
HouseToBuy.com
ImgrumSite.com
Impresamia.com
jimenezdrywallllc.net
JobCop.com
KillingtonChamber.com
LacyBra.com
m8software.com
mv85.com
MyToyoGuardAssistant.com
NewGospel.com
Nihrida.com
OddsDigest.com
OperationBuddyRescue.org
OutletLuxuryBrand.com
Paniniscafe.net
PictAramSite.com
PishAndPosh.com
Playontv24.com
PopularServices.com
PopUpHood.com
PoshBoutiqueKY.com
PureHealthVitamin.com
Quibox.com
RacksBurg.com
Rafian.com
Scalper101.com
Science-Documentaries.com
SeaCucumbers.com
SelectStudyAbroad.com
SeoBin.org
ShareYourHome.org
SimpleMethods.com
Sinbiro.net
SmartKeg.com
TelevisionExperimenters.com
ThaiChefCuisine.com
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TheBrandingMuse.com
venceremosbrigade.net
VideoViews.com
VitaCannabis.com
WatchItsAlwaysSunnyInPhiladelphia.com
WearLuxury.com
Zherosgame.com



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