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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday August 6th, 2020

I don’t participate in the cancel culture but Kevin Murphy of DomainIncite needs to be canceled This tweet he sent to me was ridiculous. All because of a joke I made making fun of his expectations of free stuff. I didn’t find the response funny in the slightest bit. I was and still am offended and pissed. I wanted a public apology and it to be deleted. Instead he held his ground and considered it a joke and no big deal. To met that is more of the issue than the “joke” itself.

You tell me if you thought it was funny. He doesn’t know my family or how those words would effect me. I told him he better pray that online conferences stay online. In all honesty if he would have said that to me in person I would have done something I would have regretted. I hope everyone sees what kind of person Kevin is and treats him accordingly. Our industry has zero room for people like him. That’s not an opinion that’s a fact.

Domain of the Day: MyInk.com Such a great name for quite a few things. Tattoos and laser cartridges come to mind off the bat

Quote of the Day: “Always do sober what you said you’d do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut.” – Ernest Hemingway

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Growers.io I have an affinity towards grow names

BoardRoom.io at just a small percentage of the dot com makes this worth a lot

lWl.io It will get bids just because its an LLL.io and will get multiple because its a good pattern …I think

Vac.io If the above proves to be wrong this one will DEFINITELY get multiple bidders

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

V-S.com and Q-M.com People don’t realize the L-L.coms are pretty rare and actually have quite a bit of value

Richfield.com No reserve. Expiring. Upgrade name for so many people

HyperLeads.com 21 years old, no reserve, and taken in 14 extensions

LensAndShutter.com Camera site all the way

AffordableWellness.com the first health and wellness on the list today. There will be plenty I imagine

Witman.com Taken in 19 extensions. I know it as a last name

Elephant.net One of the best dot nets in the last few months. I bought the other one. Butterfly

Floa.com And no reserve. You have to go with the floa

GoldenJaguar.com Sounds like a sports book to me

Bryto.com Evidently you agree that this was a nice one. Picked up a few bidders

HotGig.com Same here. zero to hero quickly

Godaddy Domains With Bids

YouSpace.com Top number of bids on the GD board today. I’m sure people over 70 think this is a real social media site

InterClick.com A lot of juice and history here. Only Sean Markey knows if its enough to justify the price

LightGroup.com and GardeningMatters.org Two more whose price is driven by the history and backlinks. I’m going to buy and build out one of the gardening names with history but still haven’t found the perfect name

TheBook.net Solid gambling name IMO

District9.com A fantastic movie. One of my favorite

6sh.com If you need a few NLL portfolio fillers
8sh.com
9sh.com

VitaminCare.com Health and Wellness. Go long

HealthcareAnywhere.com And go very long on this. Actually don’t you may tie up too much money

FlooringPros.com I like all service names with Pros at the end. Every town has a business that is InsertServiceHerePros.com

PureVodka.com The only kind I add to my Red Bull at lunch

DentalBiz.com I love

CableWorld.com Sounds like the big bad company in a cartoon

GreenThumb.org I sure would love to own the dot com but that’s taken forever so this may have to do

EventPics.com Taken in 26 other extensions which only shows how great of a name it is. I feel like I’ve already bought race photos from them

RedCraft.com 25 other extensions. Simple and easy to spell

BadCar.com I’ve owned a couple that belong here

FineGift.com Not bad but rather had the plural

MasteringBitcoin.com A built out site would definitely attract advertisers

LimitedQuantities.com Makes everything they sell sound rare

PressReleaser.com You definitely know what the site or tool is going to do

TeamDna.com Send in your saliva and we’ll tell you things that may or not be true about you and your future

CreditAlly.com Absolutely sounds like a TV ad for a credit builder

FreedomLovers.com Probably peak time for this one

GarageGold.com the next ebay

There are quite a few more with bids that are good. Just too many to comment on today. Not sure that’s come up before

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

PWSelect.com

WireCell.com

CleverAsset.com

ChainBlue.com

UltraTerra.com

CleverHaus.com

CuteAndCool.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

0028.net
02934.com
AikenColon.com
AlphabetSchool.com
AngelRescue.com
Aveas.com
BabaCoin.com
Belisarius.com
BSKO.com
CapTaint.com
Casinode.com
CatWelfareOhio.com
CitySteam.biz
ConcettoUs.com
Cosmina.com
cryptobontix.com
CryptoMarketCap.org
DoGoodFund.com
DPerk.com
DrThrasher.org
ElJoker.com
EOQM.com
EpicStoriesOfTheBible.com
Everlasting.net
EyesDesign.com
FirebrandBooks.com
Fullerton.net
GeroPsych.com
GlassStone.com
Golfian.com
HairLoom.com
HappyLi.com
HumanityQuest.com
Hunsci.com
InRumor.com
Investolife.com
ItWorker.com
JGIK.com
JobStart101.org
KennedyCoffee.com
KFEJ.com
KGVR.com
LaserIsland.com
LaStock.com
LLawn.org
LocalWriters.com
LPJV.com
LyricsDB.com
MaintenancePlus.com
max2019dlx.com
MichaelRossi.com
ModernBoxes.com
MtContractor.com
mrCowgirl.com
NNMU.com
OFTZ.com
OJKC.com
OJKN.com
OJPK.com
OJTK.com
OneSquared.com
OutOfTheCradle.net
PathologyMusic.com
PaulanerNYC.com
PHConnect.org
QCVT.com
RealEstateReporter.com

RewardsPrograms.com
RocKinBaby.com
SafeRich.com
SimpleTickets.com
SomaColorado.com
Tansec.com
TechLearner.com
ThingShop.com
ThirdAi.com
Tofo.me
TripLabs.com
UJSO.com
UltraDating.com
Uralsk.info
UrbanUtility.com
Vaiw.com
VDJK.com
VideOlogyBarAndCinema.com
WorldPolicy.com
Xabv.com
XNVC.com
YBTR.com
yx33.com
Zavino.com
ZipTrading.com

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33 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Thursday August 6th, 2020”

  1. Totally agree Shane, While Kevin might have thought this was a joke, It hasn’t been seen this way by others in the industry and most importantly by you.

    I know he is trying to own his opinion on the matter and not delete or apologise but I personally believe he should remove the Tweet and put a public apology out on his blog today and to the 15K followers on Twitter.

    While also make a donation to a RAPE Support Charity too maybe his advertisers might wish to redirect funds for a period to a RAPE Charity apposed to his blog for a period of time?

    There is no place for RAPE being used as a joke period!

    I am all for forgiveness and giving people a second chance but you first need to admit you were wrong and ask for this forgiveness.

    Just my two cents…

    1. Robbie,

      It was a joke.

      The reason I know it was a joke is because it was broadcast on Comedy Central — a basic cable TV channel in the USA — a year or two ago.

      Kevin

  2. That’s the kind of joke one might make when you’re 20 beers in with your best buddies. Even then it would be out-of-line. But to do it on a public forum like Twitter against a colleague in a small industry like this takes a special kind of stupid.

  3. I dont know the story and do not reaaly care.

    BUT…I would punch the mother f*cker ….talking about my mother…..period.

    I would not accept any apology.

    Dude needs a whack.

  4. Joke wasn’t funny. Only funny thing is the beginning of the post where you say cancel culture is wrong unless you are the one doing the cancelling.

    1. Ray,

      No I’m saying that you can’t cancel because someone says something you don’t agree with. I think everyone agrees that this is plain wrong. With an apology and deletion it would have gone away. Instead he thinks there is nothing wrong with it.

  5. I blocked him right away.Shows the kind of person he is and anyone who is friends with him should think about being friends with a sex offender.

    This is not a joke period and his advertisers should see what business they are supporting.

  6. I knew Kevin didn’t like Shane when he said Shane had the worst breath ever but this is uncalled for. F*ck Kevin.

  7. This is the worst I have ever seen since i arrived at this industry.
    Being in domains since 1999 it only means that until now we
    didn’t know the lack of common sense and values, offensive and
    irresponsible he is, what a disgrace.
    Family is sacred………period.
    Any advertiser that doesn’t take action supports this action and
    doesn’t deserve our business.

  8. I can understand it may be a joke, but the form, context, and delivery is wrong. It’s something you might say if you’re a kid and it’s a close friend of similar mind and of average or lower IQ, or you’re a comedian like Daniel Tosh and the audience expects it.

  9. Hi Shane,

    I’d like to apologize for this joke, which was completely misjudged.

    Earlier in the day, I’d had a double-whammy of very bad news and I was blind drunk at the time of that tweet exchange.

    I genuinely thought I was being funny at the time, though in the cold light of day obviously I see that you weren’t seeing the funny side and I should have immediately deleted it.

    Not that it’s relevant, but it’s not my joke. I stole it from a comic I’d seen on YouTube this week. Possibly Sarah Silverman, or maybe Nikki Glaser.

    I’ve deleted the tweet, and apologize without qualification.

    Hopefully we can get past this, Shane.

    Cheers,

    Kevin

  10. Kevin,

    Let’s end this. You’re making excuses instead of just saying sorry and move on. The thing about words is they mean one thing when used in a certain situation and another in other situations. What worked on comedy central was directed to a person who’s mother’s family has been effected by rape and not only didn’t work but was offensive. So I suggest you just move on and stop trying to explain yourself because I’m starting to think you feel it was more about the person that received it than the person who delivered it.

    1. Shane.

      I apologized sincerely — and it really was sincere — to you and your mom a couple days ago, just as soon as I was alerted to the fact that I had offended somebody.

      I have not contacted either of you since.

      Today, I’ve read what other people were saying about me on your blog for the first time, and I think it’s not unreasonable for me to respond, given that some of them appear to be trying to destroy my livelihood because they did not like a joke that you and your mom have already forgiven me for.

      If you disagree, fair enough. It’s your site.

      Kevin

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