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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday August 15th, 2019

Escrow.com

Today’s a special day in my household. My Mother in Law and my Dad have birthdays. Both born on the same day same year. That’s special in its own right to have to people meet and their parents were born on the same day. But that’s not what made it special. What made it special is that during this past year our parents were completely healthy and were suddenly stricken by auto immune diseases. Different kinds. Different ways. Different times but the results were similar. Both were given days to live and on life support. By the grace of God both made a slow and steady recovery and are in good health and with us today. Probably not going to be participating in the family tug of war anymore but both with us and can walk up and give us a hug. So its a very special birthday.

When I talk about Godaddy having a shitty backend and costing us money and feeling like Godaddy knows they have a problem but not 100% dedicated to fixing it (my commission account rep Nicole has been amazing though) , I know that in the realm of what’s important its not. Its side money that I don’t get that I feel I earned. But I would give up all the money I earned to have another year with my parents. I get that this year and its not something I take for granted. Problems that money can solve aren’t real problems. Doesn’t matter if you have the money or not. You can’t buy your parents back. So use this as a reminder to call you friends and loved ones for no reason. There is no excuse not to. Busy is another word for don’t care. Because we all know that no matter how busy we are we make time for the things we REALLY want to do. I am reminded of this often by my wife. She reminds me that if a friend wants to go to a race in September, my schedule becomes open. But if she asked me to go to a coworker of hers for dinner, I suddenly can’t get out of work. Make time for people. It will serve you well

Now. Back to the Godaddy thing. We’re not getting paid as often as we should for doing this list. If you want to help you’re going to have to clear your cookies and then click through. Godaddy is doing something , we don’t know what, in your cookies to get you a Bad Gateway. That’s just a guess. In court I would say I have no idea but its screwing everything up. But clean cookies seems to be much better. You just shouldn’t have to. Click away

Domain of the Day:  RedSled.com Christmas name but at summer prices

Quote of the Day: A happy family is but an earlier heaven

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

Bikezine.com I think there are as many people riding their bike as ever

Zentas.com Already a wine company and a few other things

GoodWork.org I like it just as much with the dot org and dot com. OK not really but I do think the .org has value

Frata.com Not a ton of value but short and brandable site might take it

FOMN.com I would take this at its current $185

SpamPrevention.com Met reserve at $121

Cak.es Not a big fan of hacks but this one is pretty sweet

SEDO .UK Auction Ends today. A few keywords I like

Big.uk

Pain.uk

Unlimited.uk

Chronic.uk

BestSellers.uk

Godaddy Domains With Multiple Bid

FoxPorn.com Not into animals but foxes are pretty cute

CityDaily.com Great thing is it could be any city

BlockSystems.com Block chain name all the way

HappyCookies.com But I am still going to have to ask you to clear them

GlobalHosting.com Price is a combo of the name and the history

SportStreet.com Sport and street have gone together since the Internet came alive

Scarey.com Whats really scary is that some think this is how you spell scary. Wait…this just in. Its spelled both ways. Bid away

YB2.com I just sold my LLN the past few months and I already wish I had them back

CenturyStar.com Sounds like a movie production company or a local insurance company

Hazel.net Color and Girls Name dot net has to be worth $500 or more in my opinion. Don’t bid to that price on my account. I just make shit up as I go

FatStrawberry.com Price is based on backlinks but I won’t bid because I don’t want to participate in the body shaming of the strawberry

VirtualResponse.com Because any type of response is better than nothing

Responz.com Even one with a Z

TheChamps.com Normally you have to win to be the champs but you can become one by owning this

ThunderWire.com Memorable and cool sounding it. Replace wire with any animal and its even better

CharlotteLocksmith.com and ClevelandLocksmith.com I feel like more people lock their keys in their cars in Cleveland.

TucsonLocksmith.com One more

DR420.com The doctor isn’t going to be wearing a white lab coat

WhatsCookingWithDoc.com Weed. I’m pretty sure its Weed.

Pinby.com Great little 5L.com

Betac.com Nowhere near as good as the above IMO but a 5L

Pelicula.net Means “movie” in Spanish

TheDietPlan.com Capitalize THE and you’ll have more than A diet plan

Plasia.com Cool brand or a skin disease

Sconty.com Upgrade name for a few companies

Godaddy Domains With One Or No Bids

CryptoCreations.com

LakeshoreCondos.com

ChainBusiness.com

Cabby.org

247Financing.com

Bowsa.com

WeeklyEdge.com

VapeMakers.com

HappyLaces.com

TheBettor.com

The Other Godaddy Domains with Bids

30654.com
733500.com
8-Ball.com
AbcVacuumWarehouse.com
AliPornbox.com
ArrowVision.com
AVMH.com
Avsons.com
B1tCoins.com
Barsotti.com
BillySunday.org
Blogys.net
BrutopiaBrewery.com
ByVets.com
CleanRug.com
CliftonparkArena.com
Cloudito.com
DaleGuns.com
Digital-Modes-Club.org
drdilip.com
Durtro.com
EartBoard.com
EmmaCooper.org
EntreeGold.com
EvolveUp.com
FireTheGrid.com
FloorView.com
FlyingAcesHockey.com
GeneU.com
GWUJ.com
harrysbarfirenze.com
KEI.org
LeepCampaign.org
MailGoGoGo.com
MeTalis.com
MFLLC.com
MiBazaar.com
MindStates.com
MMJAds.com
MyFutureTX.com
NewportCitycenterMotel.com
NHAK.com
Niaozhi.com
NoVeg.com
OperaVista.org
PassagesMB.com
Pharuba.com
PlanKit.com
PMetal.com
Proteiny.com
Proude.com
PureTaxi.com
Reside.net
SaddleBaby.com
SeaViewProperty.com
ShastaLake.org
Sijimeishi.com
SocioLaw.com
SpacecraftForAll.com
SSLPowered.com
Stefoy.com
teuscherfifthavenue.com
TigerMetals.com
TurbIon.com
UnitedHobbies.com
UsHolidayHours.net
USTFL.com
ValuePin.com
wekle.com
WildernessDining.com
Yapac.com





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6 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday August 15th, 2019”

  1. Yes, life can take a turn very fast.

    Extremely off topic: Shane, what is your current view on Epik? You weren’t too happy about Monster after the New Zealand incident, to put it mildly.

    What about now when he is so active at NamePros and seems to be doing a lot of good things for domain investors?

    And I wonder if Braden Pollock took your advice and left Epik?

    1. Still not a fan of Epik or Rob. He was nice enough to send me an email saying he was thinking of suing me for the things I said but decided not to because he’s a nice person. Which I thought was ironic that I would be sued by a person promoting freedom of speech I’m glad he is helping domain investors but he should. He runs a company that caters to domain investors. He also is trying
      to prove he is a decent person. I can’t speak for Braden. All I can say is he’s a friend and I appreciate the good conversation we’ve had about Epic, domains, and life in general

      1. Thanks for your reply. Yes, what a gesture not to sue you 😉

        I am asking because I have a hard time making up my mind about Epik. Some good things, but also quite a few weird things about them. It seems like Rob is in a real hurry to have investors move their portfolios over to him so he can appreciate the value of the company and then sell. But I could be wrong of course.

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