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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wendesday July 8th, 2020

I’m picking up my Dad from the airport today. He lives here locally but winters in Florida . Due to Covid, this year he had to pick a place. He couldn’t fly back and forth like he normally does for obvious reasons. My Dad is one of the people you are wearing your mask for. Last year he suffered a terrible infection that caused him to have a heart attack that would have killed anyone else. But after a week in an induced coma he made it through. He’s completely recovered mentally but the combination of the heart attack and just growing old makes him more vulnerable He stays in a small circle and goes out when he has to and enjoys sitting around watching the news and feeding the animals on the back porch. It’s a stereotypical retiree but he enjoys it. COVID didn’t change his lifestyle but he has to make sure it doesn’t change/take his life.

I write this because since that heart attack, I haven’t taken one day that my parents are with me, for granted. Before that, I was so busy trying to build a life, a career, that I didn’t think about or talk to, my parents enough. I took my Mom to Hawaii in the spring to spend some extended alone time with her for the first time in 25 years and I talk to my Dad pretty much every day to see how his day was. Some times its about the nursery but half the time it’s everything but. I have 3 of my 4 Grandparents but the relationship with them but is a little different. They didn’t raise me and I only see them a few times a year. Even with the limited time, I truly enjoy the great stories they tell me the amazing world they’ve seen. There aren’t very many people left that get to hear about WW2 directly from the people that served.

I know there are many people that would love to be able to talk to their parents again and I keep that in mind every day. Having my parents actively involved is one of the things that makes me me. I’ve had family, a wife and a daughter keeping me in check my whole life. None of them ask me to do great things but I would be lying if I said that I didn’t check my actions with the thought “would Mom, Dad, Daughter, wife, Grandparent, etc think that was a wise choice” It’s not a coincidence most of the people I hang out with have great relationships with their parents. Their relationships are like mine, the ups and downs of growing up, but a relationship.

I love running the nursery, spending every day buying and selling domains, but I also know the reason and the importance of work. It is a means to an end. In order to put your best effort in you have to love it. And I do. But if work causes sacrifice to those around you then you better have their permission. And if you work and there are no love ones around, you are essentially hitting a hole in one while playing by yourself. Rewarding, but not nearly as fun. And while my parents and family are with me, every day with them is like hitting a hole in one.

Quote of the Day: “You’re not paid for your skills and your hard work. You’re being paid based on how difficult you are to replace”

Domain of the Day: OrderUp.com The perfect name for a food delivery service. Bring your checkbook, it’s going to get crazy at the end of this one

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Impact.gg Another auction being won by (hidden). He is easily the biggest buyer on Park.io

BillPayment.io Not sure of the value but so many companies and private citizens use bill payment services

Cheapo.io Save big money

Capitan.io I might be stretching it to pick a Spanish word dot io. But I do like El

Weed.bz I didn’t even know there was a bz tld. I thought it was biz on Park.io And while weed isn’t as popular as canna, this is still doing very well at auction

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

KnowYourLegalRights.com 15 years ago and no reserve. Sold for $17.5K in the past

Xotos.com Expiring with no bids. Not a bad 5L for under $100 in today’s market

SoulFlex.com Also know bid. I have no idea what soul flex is but sounds like a good store name

UnStop.com Its a rollie not a stop

QCS.org 1994 birthday. Pretty old expiring LLL.org

WebArchitects.com 25 years old. I won’t lie, I have to triple check how to spell architects

Shoes4U.com I passed this one on my first scan but 22 years old and taken in 30 extensions so it has some use

RaceVacations.com Tens of millions travel to the world to run marathons

SweetAssHoney.com If big ass fans can pull it off

SpecialtyStone.com “We have the hard to get stuff”

NewTest.com Testing is a hot keyword. We’ll see if its hot enough to get it to the reserve

Godaddy Domains With Bids

CashJobs.com The government won’t like it but it does pay a little better. Highest number of bids on the board today

SiaNews.com I do love her songs but my guess the price is based on history and backlinks and not Sia the singer’s name recognition

MarinePlanner.com Before you go on that sailing trip

VSRB.com Very Sexy Rental Bikes

Purvi.com Indian female name

CoachingInfo.com Could be used for marketing online coaching

LoveAndLuck.com All you need for a good life

MarketingCafe.com Service or tools. No coffee

GoldenPoppy.com If its not a buffet it should be

DHTI.com Only taken in 10 extensions but I for International or Inc

Matsa.com Not exactly sure where the big price is coming from. It’s a popular last

Dentity.com I

CloudAffairs.com could be online affairs or an online management tool. Either way I wouldn’t want my wife to find it on my desktop

Omoria.com Pretty name. Will have to spell out but nice flow

Listing.us Top dot us name of the day. Actually the only dot us

FromLocal.com Locally sourced from local sources

Godaddy Names With One or NO Bids

HometownBuy.com

OpenAgents.com

ParaForma.com

RandomEyes.com

LetServices.com

ManyFlavors.com

ExtraVolt.com

AntiCannabis.com

NerdPit.com

HighQualityPools.com

PocketDrones.com

MyYoga.org

Indoory.com

NextCanna.com

KitchenEscape.com

WritingForCash.com

JoyLamp.com

RSRealEstate.com

The Rest of the Godaddy Names With Bids

69128.com
81090.com
94023.com
akanoo.com
AMINewswire.com
Araragi-onsen.com
AutoDeets.com
BrookeSkye.com
CacaOfFee.com
CapePointHotel.com
ClozeEmuSic.com
CodeBelt.com
CoyotesRunWinery.com
DriveAutoAuction.com
DriveAutoAuctions.com
Esthers.com
Hamlet-Barbican.com
HartfordMichigan.com
HealthFort.com
HealthyKetoMom.com
HenHarrierDay.org
Huuloo.com
HybridRecordings.com
InternationalShoulderJournal.org
Israpundit.com
KitIon.com
Lambriarvet.com
MarianElla.com
MayorsBackToSchoolFair.com
Mobol.com
mosleytribes.com
mp3-cd-converter.com
muhsnashik.com
neswanjy.com
NewsCentralAsia.com
Ouici.com
Photography-Lighting.com
Pongr.com
Rad8.com
rimelsrestaurants.com
RNUY.com
ScaleData.com
SexCat.com
ShowMePro.com
SmallBusinessSector.net
SportShooting.com
SupportBlogging.com
TallerOnline.com
Taos-TeleCommunity.org
TattooedMartha.com
The-eBook.org
wlna.info
xonp.com
YesOn732.org

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7 Replies to “Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Wendesday July 8th, 2020”

  1. You’re a good man Shane. I don’t know where you find the time to be so thoughtful. Probably running….. Thanks for sharing your journey with us and helping us be better too.

  2. I can relate, been taking care of my sick Mom for the last 3 years. Also, damn you, Shane, now you’ve got me hooked on “Alone” 🙂 … Great show!

  3. Great thoughts Shane. I lost both my parents in the last few years and will always wish I had one more visit, made one more call….

  4. Great story about your father and family in general.

    I’ve lived in Thailand for the last 18 years and don’t get back to England enough to see my Mum nearly as often as I like, but we talk on FaceTime every week for around 2 hours (She knows her way around an iPad, not bad for an 85 year old).

    Very true about spending quality time while they are still with us, or we are still with them for that matter.

    Stay safe over there, by the looks of the news it’s going to be a bumpy ride.

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