The weather change is killing me. We’ve moved from 80 degrees to 35 to 70. Anyone that experiences fall knows that feeling. The first nights where the temps fall and you leave the windows open. And then you wake up with a sore throat and the sniffles. It’s a scary feeling in the time of COVID. Half my staff has missed a day because they aren’t quite sure. The hypochondriacs are having breakdowns right now. To add fuel to the fire I had to get all my tropical plants in because of the first freeze.
My tropicals are huge. I can barely carry them and 2 of them I can’t. They’re gorgeous plants and decades-old so they are worth saving and all the effort. One of the big ones is a pot of different cactus. I was pretty sure I couldn’t lift it because of all the sand in the soil but I gave it a try. It bit back. One of the thorns stuck me in the left knuckle. But it wasn’t an ordinary stick. It actually went through my skin and stuck in the cartilage. My skin then moved so I had this thorn sticking up out of my knuckle but was inside the skin and no way to get it out. My skin just rolled over it. Needless to say, it hurt like hell and I couldn’t pull it out. So I grabbed my skin AND the thorn at the same time and pulled it out of the cartilage. Leaving it to float around under the skin. I’m hoping my body just attacks it and breaks it down.
I know what you’re thinking. How are you going to get the plants inside? Just kidding. Infection is probably what you’re thinking. It’s definitely an issue. The first day didn’t look good. The hand was all red and hurt to the touch. Yesterday though it was good. I think the problem was the stabbed knuckle. It was inflamed and sore. Yesterday that was gone and I didn’t really notice it unless I hit it on something. A little swollen but you wouldn’t notice if you weren’t looking. I’m not sure what they would have done if it did get bad. Maybe cut it open and get the thorn. Which would have sucked because it would have broken my no stitches record. I officially had three one stitch areas on my legs after knee surgery but I don’t count those because of the “one stitch doesn’t count” rule from the 1983 revision of the stitch rules.
I’m thinking this week could be better personally but with the hypos out this week it is going to be extra busy taking up their slack. But all businesses have it. The same 10% of the employees miss 90% of the work. And none of it is for something as cool as loose thorn in the knuckle.
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Domain of the Day: WeedSmoker.com Not the preferred nomenclature of the professionals but the people that smoke weed sure like it
Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup
Telepathy.co Pretty sure Nat Cohen (the owner of the dot com) will pass on this. But if he does want it, he will get it
7D.io Officially as short of a dot io as you’ll find. Although there may be a few single character out there. Are there?
Amiga.io “friend’ in the female tense in Spanish
Tobo.io I don’t usually like CVCV dot io unless they rhyme like this one
OW.vc Quite a few LL.vc names expiring today
Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action
TNB.net Great letters and expiring. No reserve so its going to a new home
SuperEyes.com No reserve. Such a great name. Could see this going for 4 figures
Holocorder.com Hologram recorder ?
2W8.com Its not on most people’s radar but if you got this for under $100 you can flip it for more than double based on current NLN.com prices. I think. Make your own decision before you buy
Microti.com Keep it small
Priske.com Surname so makes sense that at some point it will be a brand
Godaddy Domains With Bids
SecureCargo.com Makes you feel like they’re not going to F your stuff up
GetChip.com Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today. Coming for the juice, not the chips
PrimeSteakHouses.com And even higher price. Not a ton of backlinks so maybe they ARE coming for the meat
YogaGroup.com A gentile, wealthy group
WBSTool.com Not sure exactly what the tool was but evidently it wasn’t good enough to keep going.
PayEngine.com Great fintech name. Sounds like the backbone to something in the space
BeFitForLife.com Taken in 12 extensions. Being in the fitness game has been a good place to be for the last 30 years
LifetimeWellness.com I would assume the same person let both of these expire
EmailStudio.com Newsletter and email management all the way
VeryOwn.com All about you. Because it always has been
WorkCrew.com Filling one has been hard this last year
CheapRoadBikes.com Same here. Hard to find this year
CutePurses.com Absolutely can see this being a successful brand. I hear girls say “your purse is soooooo cyuuuute”
eFile.org Looks like an official tax filing site. Could confuse a lot of people
AbilityConsulting.com Registered in 12 other extensions. 23 years old. And over 100 similar type names registered
Hyring.com Might not pull in the type of people you want to hire but sounds correct
ZBetting.com Nice gambling name. Memorable and right now, cheap
MagicTicket.com Sounds like a scratcher
TruckAndTransport.com Its long but its a great long haul trucking company name
LakesideMotors.com A lot of lakes to have motors next to
AtlantaTreeRemoval.com I know a little about tree removal and I can tell you its as busy of a business as its ever been. And prices have tripled in the last 5 years
Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids
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