Sounds like a crazy day at the Boston Marathon, over 2000 runners were treated for heat related emergencies, that’s one crazy mass casualty situation.
I decided to get some exercise too and biked 17 miles yesterday. While I didn’t exactly need any medical attention my leg still feels like it’s on fire. I took the mountain bike out to a rails to trails path along the Susquehanna river. It’s a beautiful ride and the weather was perfect. Normally I use the street bike as the majority of the path is paved. There are other sections that are gravel and packed clay and I decided to do a little exploring on these sections.
After the blacktop ended the path turned into rough gravel, which really wasn’t very fun. I basically bounced along until I entered the packed dirt section, which was great until the path became about a foot wide and was 2 inches from a drop off down the bank into the river. I biked about 100 yards into the overgrown narrow section with roots every 5 feet and precarious drop offs, until I bailed on a steep downhill slope. I was going to keep going, but I soon discovered that I had fallen into a patch of burn hazel.
I’m not sure how widespread burn hazel ranges, or if it has another name in different locations. It has a chemical on the surface sorta like poison ivy, but this stuff starts burning right away. If you itch or try and wipe it off it the burn becomes more intense. So I decided to turn around and head back to the starting point. I didn’t make it the 26 miles 385 yards like I wanted to, (I was racing my bike against the Kenyans) but 17 miles still felt like a nice workout.
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AiCopter.com An unmanned aerial vehicle with a mind of its own
AlliedNames.com sounds like domain or branding site
AmazingSleep.com Ahh I wish I was getting some amazing sleep right now
AnswerChimp.com A site where all your questions are answered… by a monkey
BikiniGang.com If I was to be accosted by a gang, I’d want it to be this gang
BoxLiquor.com Box wine not doing it for you anymore? Ready to move on to the next level? Try box liquor
ChildOfDarkness.com The spawn of the devil
CivicZen.com has a nice community feeling of peace
CoachMyRun.com I would need a coach if I ever decided to run a marathon
ComfortHer.com A site for men to learn how to comfort there wives
CorruptNews.com Fake news is a hot topic, maybe you can sell corrupt news
DubaiGo.com Visit Dubai it’s hot and humid, but there’s a lot of cool things to do. I passed through Dubai about a 8 times a few years ago, just happened to be in the neighborhood
ElderNutrition.com Older people have specific nutritional needs
EndMore.com 2 syllables, not sure what you need to end more, but if you can think of something it’ll work.
EverVirtue.com Virtue that’s always there
FairKnight.com The wise and benevolent knight is always fair
FallOutKit.com Buy your fall out kit now, just in case that chubby little Korean guy actually gets one of those missiles to fly more than 100 yards.
FindDesire.com Search for your passion
ForexNavigator.com A Foreign exchange guide
ForWho.com ends with a ?
FunnyJet.com No one is talking about the dude being dragged off the United flight as being funny, but I’m pretty sure if I was on that aircraft I would have chuckled a bit.
GetUpHere.com I think it might work as a marketing name for a travel destination, like maybe touring Alaska. The commercial shows all the fun things to do, with the guide saying “Get up here!”
HabitHound.com This one is clever, at first glance you picture a K-9 smoking or something like that, but then you realize it’s an app that hounds you until you stop your bad habits
HealthUltimate.com Maybe the words are backwards, but it still kinda works
JournalQuick.com Keeping a journal about life in general or business can have many benefits, finding the time or remembering to do it is another story.
LogicPursuit.com A thinking name
LondonHerald.com Sounds like a news site in London
MatrixSimulator.com You have a choice, you can take the red pill or the blue pill.
MinuteDraft.com drafting software that’s really fast
NoGains.com It seems negative, but it means something and might have a use
NoWitnesses.com Having a little bit of legal trouble? Are there some pesky people that may have witnessed what you did? don’t worry, Hire No Witnesses to take care of the problem and clean up the mess.
PlantEmpire.com Shane has a Plant Empire in Illinois
RoofCheckup.com A good marketing name for a roofing company. Get customers for life by offering annual free roof checkups. When they need their roof fixed or replaced you’ll already have them as a customer.
SocialCrypt.com Keep all of your social data sealed in the social crypt
StoredGold.com The suffix throws it off a bit, but you get the idea
SurviveLand.com An adventure vacation destination. You get dropped off with minimal supplies and try and survive.
SwipeFund.com An online credit or payment type name
TireSealer.com like fix a flat, fix your tires on the go
UpRecruit.com Up has a positive feel to it
ValueTrends.com follow the trends of valuable things
VisitorReport.com How many visitors came to your site or business
YearLater.com Compare things now with a year ago
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