IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, February 3rd

Feb 03 2018


Escrow.com

I had a long trip home from Las Vegas yesterday.  My flight was scheduled to leave around 11:30, so I arrived at the airport around 09:30, plenty of time to drop off my check bag and get through security.

You know it’s a bad sign when the plane that pulls up to the gate isn’t the bright yellow of the newer Spirit airliners, but rather a dirty off white. Now I know what your thinking right now without any further explanation, “You flew Spirit, you get what you paid for” and you would be correct.

The airline employee at the gate  advised the crowd that the flight would be delayed a few minutes while maintenance did a few checks on the plane. This then turned into a two hour delay and a 1:30 departure. Not a big deal, I had a book to read on my phone, so I went right around the corner from the gate to sit by a phone charging station where I could keep my phone charge full for the flight.

At 12:45 I heard over the Speaker, ” Last call for flight 391 to Philadelphia, the gate will be closing and you will not be able to board once the door is closed. Myself and 5 people sitting next to me by the charging station said ” What the hell is going on!” and ran to the gate. They chastised us for being late and said they did announce the departure. I didn’t care that much, at least I was on the plane, but no one that had been by the charging station had heard any announcement. We heard every other plane boarding announcement for the gates in close proximity to ours, but never heard the multiple messages for our plane until the last one. I did comment that I thought the time was changed to 1:30 and was advised that was estimated, but they emailed me with the new time so I assumed it was official.

After getting seated in my fake first class seat that doesn’t recline, that I paid an extra $38 for, they finally shut the door and we pushed off. We drove around for a little bit, I’m not really sure how far as I was falling asleep already, then we returned to the gate again. Apparently there was a smell in the cabin of exhaust fumes, I didn’t notice it but my nose was stuffed up.

So after almost missing my flight we headed back to the gate and deplaned. Again we were told that maintenance was fixing the problem and we would be delayed another hour. Then it was 2 hours, then 5 hours, then maybe it’ll just be cancelled, then they’re finding a new plane. They did give us a $7 voucher for food and then another one several hours later, as well as 2 $50 vouchers for future flights. The vouchers expire in 1 month lol.

Finally around 8 PM a bright yellow plane pulled up to the gate and we boarded the agian. When we finally took off everyone cheered.

A few people on the plane were Eagles fans that lived in Vegas and were flying home to watch the Super Bowl.  I assume they blamed the Vikings for sabotaging the plane.

We arrived in Philly around 03:30 Eastern, the trains wouldn’t be running for another 2 hours, so I requested an Uber to take me the remaining 100 miles home. $168 and it was worth every penny, the only way I was staying in an airport or train station any longer was if my legs were broken. Finally we arrived at my car that had been parked by the Elizabethtown train station for the past week, I gave the uber driver an extra $20 for hazard pay as the rain had started to freeze about halfway home.

While it took a long time, it wasn’t totally bad experience,  I met some nice people, read a book and won some money on the airport slots, but I sure was glad to be home.

Domain of the day: Deduced.com Come to a conclusion based on reason and logic. I like it even in this tense, I think it’s said more frequently like this. Seems more like a site that has figured something out rather than the process of figuring it out.

Main List

The No Bid List

AddictRelief.com All kinds of addiction in the world, but opiate addiction has been in the news for the last several years with tons of money being thrown at it

AiAuthority.com The Ai developers that are trusted

AthleteOnly.com  A site that only allows athletes to visit

AwesomeEver.com Cool things all the time

BattleLady.com The warrior princess grows up and becomes the battle lady

BiggerPiece.com  Get a bigger piece of the pie

BitUtilities.com  Tools for bits

BodyPallet.com  I like it for a tattoo brand, or body painting

BusToken.com  While token names are hot, a bus token seems like a tangible thing to pay for bus fare

CasinoForge.com  Build your own casino

CollectLoot.com  Then collect the loot

CreditPit.com Don’t fall into to the credit pit

DadWare.com  Shirts for dads

DineInformed.com  All the information you need to find the best places to eat

Dirtyish.com It’s not quite clean, but not totally dirty

DiscoverHere.com  Makes me thing of a science site for kids

EnrollForm.com  A plugin or tool to enroll people in something

EuropeSimple.com Plan your trip the easy way

EverTrusting.com  A site for suckers that always trust everything

ExpressUse.com  When you need to use something fast

FatBucket.com  10K calories of bacon and cheese in a bucket

FixChaos.com  A group of critical thinking consultants that help fix your problems

ForeignGuest.com The politically correct term for illegal immigrant

ForexDollar.com  Trade currencies

FuseSound.com  A sound mixer, take different sounds and fuse them together

FxUsd.com another forex name

GeologyTech.com  Looks for oil and minerals in the ground

GoCrowds.com

GoNurture.com  Go out to the world and help people

HelpSlim.com weight loss product

HerSurvival.com

ImVeryGood.com  Buy this and set it up as your email

InformalLife.com  No suits or ties here

LocalRepute.com  Find the best local options

MowerGuru.com  Small engine repair, there’s probably 10 of these in every town without a website. They probably won’t pay that much but it might be more than reg fee

NameBuff.com A domainer that knows everything there is to know about domains

NoGutter.com  A couple of names for a brand of new roof that doesn’t need traditional gutters. I don’t know if it’s a real thing but it seems like it could be.

NoGutters.com

PleaseUnlock.com  I think it’s great for locksmith name

PsychWork.com  Help people with their mental health

RealPull.com

RentThe.com  A span the dot domain for renting your domains

ShortDollar.com

SirMister.com  When you want everyone to know you’re a male

SoarEquity.com  To the moon

SportStride.com

SwiftAdmin.com

SwiftBros.com  A service name for a business made up of brothers

SwiftCurrencies.com

TodayWater.com

TokensTokens.com  Not just one token

TrueAlive.com

TwistFusion.com

UDicks.com  Call people out that act like dicks

VisitMeToday.com

WePurpose.com

WillClear.com

WinLunch.com

YesDegree.com

YesSurvival.com  Yes I will survive

YouDepot.com  A big store with all the stuff you need

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

BrandWeb.com

InboundWriter.com

WorldTreasures.com

TheNationalRegister.com

MoneyTrap.com

CasinoVille.com

Desat.com

UpHotels.com

WiseInfo.com

HappyCannabis.com

FancyWedding.com

ProjectGlass.com

FanGame.com

CollectTokens.com

HologramLabs.com

TechCadet.com

DiscountAds.com

Nymes.com

HowYouLive.com

PerfectDry.com

Denzar.com

Funata.com

TripPremium.com

GetMyWallet.com

SmartMarch.com

MealLife.com

CavemanPlan.com

DarkFinance.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

ArmorPay.com

GearMotors.com

Subordinated.com

HolidayOnline.com

ClassicTunes.com

EmployU.com

UniversityLove.com

ProudService.com

VerticalTurtle.com

MainStuff.com

YourBestSupport.com

Recondito.com

AsapCare.com

SwitchSystem.com

Flippa/SEDO

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Your LLLL.coms of The Day

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

cste.net
mbcr.net

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

Brandables

Arezy.com
Beegio.com
Bitozi.com
Cologio.com
Dagreat.com
Dekorios.com
Deplio.com
Deshie.com
Enerific.com
Evuzy.com
Getono.com
Gorezo.com
Greezie.com
Inibid.com
Juvop.com
Kesoma.com
Lezuz.com
Mambly.com
Molxo.com
Nurmis.com
Pootly.com
Queenza.com
Rapory.com
Sportizon.com
Therizo.com
Tribbs.com
Uddly.com
Woogler.com
Wriggy.com
Xodoz.com
Yorop.com
Zohoso.com
Zolico.com
Zoloj.com
Zooqie.com
Zooxies.com
Zurant.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

880505.com
26lk.com
31qq.com
61mp.com
96mh.com
bn52.com
jb32.com
pk21.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

Coproduction.net
Babysitter.cc
Anchorage.me
Genesiology.com
Streamlines.org
Curbside.net
Perfections.org
Unsuitable.org
Infusing.us
Barguest.com
Cyanize.com
Crambly.com

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

GridVegan.com
PotSherpa.com
WeedHaul.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

Aojie.com

findadeal.com

InternetInvestment.com

NamePros

ODZL.com
AlbumSets.com 
OTYG.com
PowerBooster.net
UHLX.com

Propertyforcheap.com
SnagRentals.com
Gonsalo.com
XRmmo.com
Mahometus.com

Them.Info
Btcval.com
EthereumAssist.com
Su‑us.com
HaloDating.com
AllDeals.win
eBestBuys.com
Holographyxxx.com
Jiocoin.live
Vodka4.Me

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Available Names

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I grew a beard while I was on vacation. I had to shave it off to go back to work.

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