IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Tuesday, October 3rd

Oct 03 2017


Escrow.com

Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the victims and all the families and friends of victims affected in the Las Vegas shooting. I was watching footage of the shooting and kept thinking “wow, I’ve been right in that area every January for the past several years at Namescon”, and something like this could have happened at anytime.

I say this not as a deterrent to living life or changing my behavior because of terrorist or extremist attacks, but rather to be prepared and situationally aware, to know how to react should something like this happen to me.

Being better prepared for an event like this can be as simple as knowing a few life saving concepts. The first thing to consider, and one that was not easily accomplished  in the Las Vegas attack, is to neutralize the threat. If you listen to the police radio traffic, several officers voice this concern while others are calling out the locations of the wounded. One of the officers summed it up great, saying we need to take this guy down before there’s more casualties.

If you can, move the patient and yourself to a position of concealment or cover as quickly as possible. Hiding behind something that won’t stop a bullet is preferable sitting out in the open, it will make it harder for you to be recognized as a target.

Another important thing to consider is the use of tourniquets. This could consists of a belt or anything that could be used to stop the flow of arterial blood coming from an extremity wound. Even if a victim has multiple gunshot wounds stopping the flow of arterial blood in the extremities will prolong survivability. For the longest time there was a stigma to tourniquet use, there was a misconception that the person might lose the limb if a tourniquet was applied. The fact of the matter is that loss of limb from a tourniquet is very low percentage and is insignificant when the alternative is complete exsanguination.

The tourniquet needs to be tight enough so that it stops the flow of blood completely. It also should be applied on the single longbone of the affected limb. Your femur and humerus are the single long bones, so any easy way to remember tourniquet placement is above the knee or above the elbow, obviously between the heart and the wound. The distal ends of your extremities have two main bones, this make it harder to compress the artery against the bone with the tourniquet.  

One of the most inspiring things that happened during the Vegas attack were people helping people by loading them onto whatever they could find and taking them to a vehicle that could transport them to the hospital. The thing with regular Emergency Medical Service during an event like this, is that they will not enter the hot zone until it’s confirmed that the threat has been neutralized, and in reality most of the wounded don’t need an ambulance or even a Medic, they need to get to the operating room as fast as possible. If you stop the bleeding and control the airway the best you can, then taking the person to definitive care as fast as possible is the best treatment for them.  EMS Advanced life support is limited in its capabilities when dealing with trauma. Iv’s are essentially pointless and we don’t carry whole blood. Sure, I can give you fluids to assist with blood circulation (not as beneficial as once thought in loss of blood shock as it can diminish clotting factors),  decompress a tension pneumothorax or intubate the patient, but like I said, what  they really need is a surgeon.

If you come across someone that is not breathing, has no pulse and there are still other people wounded and breathing, leave them and move on to someone that is breathing. Technically you should adjust the airway and look listen and feel for breathing, but someone shot lying in a pool of blood, that doesn’t appear to be breathing and has no discernible pulse is more than likely dead.  The chances of successful resuscitation after traumatic cardiac arrest are very, very slim. It’s not a pleasant thing to consider, but your efforts are better utilized helping someone that has a chance. Obviously if the amount of rescuers matches or exceeds the number of patients then give it your best shot.  

So if you take anything away from this post and find yourself in one of these situations, remember if possible to, stop the threat, get to cover, stop the bleeding, get to a trauma center. The more these attacks happen the more likely anyone reading this will find themselves in a similar situation and the principles can apply to any situation that you find injured people.

Main List

The No Bid List

ArizonaMarket.com  Fresh produce shipped to the desert

BankLesson.com  Learn about banking

BeanBlue.com  A dip or spread made out of beans and blue cheese

BigProsper.com

BitTrek.com

BrandTeck.com  Tech with a K

ByForge.com  Make things via the forge

ChainProduce.com

ChildLookout.com Plant a tracker in your kids to keep track of them

CreditCertainty.com  A credit help service

DarkTeck.com

DroneMetro.com  Fly your drone around town

EarthFanatic.com

FactAgain.com

FitnessLesson.com  A site that has daily lessons on fitness and health

FloodLoss.com  Flood restoration service

FocalZen.com

FocusAllDay.com

Gardenmatic.com  Automatic gardener

GhostAir.com

HeadRescue.com  Feeling a little crazy? Call head rescue

HeroTask.com  A brand for handyman or general labor help. There hero’s when they do the things you don’t want to do

ItsNotaLie.com

LocalUpside.com

MineHazard.com  A site about the dangers of mining, maybe crypto

OddFriend.com

RapidFamily.com

RootSave.com  Coupon site for carrots. Or a discount brand for foot, root’s nourish the rest of the plant

SmoothSkill.com

SynergyQueen.com

ThriveMine.com  A cloud mining solution

TodayChronicle.com  Blog about the things that happened today

ToneAll.com

TurboDebit.com  Really fast debit card service

UPanic.com

UpsideLocal.com

VFueled.com  Get fueled virtually

ViralGreen.com

WineCleanse.com  Wine that cleans out all the crap in your system

WiseMine.com

ZPharmacist.com

More Names With No Bids

Names With Bids

PanYang.com

BestItem.com

Actualization.com

CyberMate.com

YouCanCook.com

FaithToday.com

CollegeGenius.com

UnityMedical.com

Finback.com

EuroKart.com

Wunjo.com

LeadLogics.com

Rapidest.com

IndieEnergy.com

420tribune.com

Kudaza.com

WisdomRecord.com

NewYorkCyclist.com

EngravedCoin.com

TrailGame.com

PointBeyond.com

SoThoughtful.com

More Names With No Bids

Namejet

Beachside.com

LittleProfessor.com

LeanCard.com

iNeedBlinds.com

BrainTickler.com

LoversPassion.com

OurDallas.com

ProFootwear.com

NaturalThought.com

mjmb.com

PlayerBook.com

SpinOnce.com

EconomistWorld.com

FinestLogo.com

ScrubBucket.com

Flippa/SEDO

Cousins.com at $10K  use it for a DNA site or family heritage

Save Money With Daddy Bulk Domain Registration

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

yyhe.com
taav.com
zvfi.com
leqq.com
ewuq.com
ezvl.com
yvfi.com
fbyi.com
bkjv.com

LLLL’s that End Users Might use someday

kjsr.net
mswh.net
cfwf.net
gcck.net
phwp.net
klvr.net
Jamb.co
klvr.org

LLL’s, CCC’s, 5L’s

4×4.me
csh.cc
cx5.org
mwwlw.com
slwxw.com

Brandables

Affiliateo.com

Avogan.com

Brittly.com

Clecio.com

Daubster.com

Dazny.com

Dealoply.com

Deflaz.com

Efform.com

Glittas.com

Kembra.com

Kozido.com

Lendru.com

Liyya.com

Menziz.com

Onetac.com

Peyna.com

PipUp.com

Rifzo.com

Saballa.com

Smartige.com

Smartrea.com

Spodis.com

TecDay.com

Terrifico.com

Tunot.com

Venenito.com

Vipuo.com

Vobay.com

Voltoz.com

Xclot.com

Zouos.com

Zvido.com

Zydos.com

MORE Short Brand Dot Coms HERE

Some Numbers

117258.com
38kh.com
39rx.com
769l.com
78xk.com
959l.com
98ds.com
dg44.com

One Worders and Other TLD’s

SafetyGoggles.net
SchoolReunions.net
Diviners.net
Venezuelans.net
Hunter.biz
Liverwurst.org
Upgrading.me

Vape, Weed and Vegan Names and  VR

MathHash.com
Stage420.com
WeedPacket.com

Snap Names/DropCatch

PayTrade.com

TinyMind.com

XUBG.COM

NamePros

ParkRangerJobs.com
PsychicParanormal.com
Diqj.com
Criminals.info
Ruw.us

Rechecks.com
IndianReservation.net
R47.com
WirelessBackupCamera.net
CasinoOdds.net

Blellum.com
Bloi.net
ChestnutLumber.com
WebDevChat.com
VirtualRealityWeather.com

Godaddy Value BIN

Godaddy Value BIN

Available Names

Available for Reg Fee big list

Have a name at auction and need more exposure? Send me an email. We Charge $10 per name per day. We may be able to help. If you have an auction you want to promote, email us for details.*All names chosen by us, Shane and Josh . (ie you click through and purchase a name you like) or an occasional paid listing. Everything we say is based on our own research or is opinion. Do your own due diligence. That means look it up yourself if you don’t think the stats or our opinion is correct. We hand choose the names but we are paid to make this list by both the auction houses, individuals that are auctioning names, and Godaddy affiliate links. Keep that in mind and only buy names that YOU think are good

Share This

About the author

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

View all articles by Josh E

3 comments

  1. Ategy

    Thanks for sharing that Ike .. Information is king in situations like that. I’ve been through one shoting incident in my life and you really need to think fact .. very thin line between bravery and stupidity (ironically sometimes something you do in a moment like that can be both at the same time)!
    .
    Anyhow .. I’m sure a lot of us knew some of what you wrote .. but also that most of us didn’t know all of it. Condolences to family and friends of those lost in Vegas.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *