25 years ago I sat on a train a few weeks after college and wrote a list. A list of 25 things that I wanted to own or accomplish. I lost the list a decade ago but I remember what was on there. I’ve accomplished every single one of them except one. I read 52 books in a year. I got a 27″ television (some things were easier to accomplish). I finished an Ironman. I found a great wife. I had a great kid. I have made a million dollars. There one accomplishment I haven’t done is get to the top of Mt. Everest. In a few weeks I start the journey. My first climb to start the training (and to see if I still want to and am capable of doing it) is in two weeks. I climb Mr. Rainier. The training wheels of mountaineering. I have been training with a 50lb backpack. I have have been running with a mask to simulate not getting enough oxygen. Now its time to find out. When I discuss Everest my wife and daughter start crying. They, like many people, think its a stupid, selfish, no reason to do it, accomplishment. And they may be right. We’ll figure that out as I climb higher mountains. Next year I am going to do a pair of mountains in Ecuador. But I have to conquer one mountain at a time. And because I still have one thing to check off. Shorter list today but I take what is given. Enjoy the day. Here are today’s names. Click to see current prices
GoogebyeBugs.com Nice marketing name for a pest control company.
LotionsPotions.com I’m a sucker for rhyming things. Quite a few companies like the name as well. Upgrade name
ConfortSeats.com Could be and already is a brand of what claims to be comfortable seating
Cregis.com Not a bad brand for $12. Like Regis with a C
Saloma.com Last name and quite a few street names in California.
Bogo.org Looks like the dot org is holding this great sales term back.
MicroLove.com Dating site for men under 5′ 7″?
88SM.com 4 character dot coms with 88 continue to have good value
Classroom.cc I still believe one word dot cc at cheap prices are a good investment
Spoofy.com I like it, but not as much as all the bidders. It is a nice name for a humor or joke site
WalkProud.com Nice positive name with no bids
LXFE.com Not many Google results but getting some good bids
222127.com Triple 2s but not much love
IENJ.com New Jersey
ReallyCloudy.com Didn’t sell off Josh’s list. Now $5
BXEB.com Nobody is using it as an acronym…………yet
SpreadVegan I feel like I’m doing my part
ForEveryMinute.com Go ahead and finish the sentence. For every minute I spent doing that I could have been…………..
CryptoCoinBlog.com Already gets some traffic
FLIPPA and SEDO
IU.io I don’t think I’ve seen a LL.io come across in a while
VentureCannabist.com Love the name. Website OK. Sounds like Ganjapreneur.com
HeWho.com The start of many famous quotes
ChiCoffee.com 31 million Google results and a few places that share the name
EdgyClothing.com Because there are some people that use clothes to get attention. And I’m cool with that. I like giving attention
Presbyterian.com One of my favorite sects of Christianity
PharmacyOnline.net A lot of money in online drugs. Great CPC
SoftWheels.com Google it. Pretty ingenious wheels. Of course could be something else as well
Perm.net All I can think of is big hair with this one
FinalLap.com Nice name for something that represents the last go round
Leotards.org They sell them by the thousands at gymnastics. I felt like the classes were to sell the clothing
Sprinklers.org I bought 5 yesterday. I’m sure with the hot weather across the nation quite a few people did
61956.com At $1……just kidding but doesn’t have much action
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