It’s nice to see that domain owners are winning cases in UDRP based on the sole reason that they are not actively trying to infringe on a trademark. In some cases they aren’t even responding and still winning. The business of buying domains and selling them seems to be becoming legitimized. Hopefully we’ll get to the point where only the obvious squatters have to deal with UDRPs. Let them spend their time on the Lego squatters.
“A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so.”
IMC.net Great letters and would not be surprised to see it cross $2K
MIOA.com You know how I love LLLL.coms that end in A. And this one has other good letters. Watch out, this one will do well. 16 years old
7n.net Another short liquid name. 11 miles
Thrillz.com Only $10 and you probably know that subbing z for s makes a name cool
Ruce.com Yet another CVCV.com crossing the $3K mark
ZacBrown.com Big fan. Opening bid is $700
PlayTheGuitar.com I wish I would have learned. I forced my daughter into lessons for 7 years to make up for it.
TireMax.com I feel like I already buy my tires here
FishKona.com I love Kona and there are a lot of charters that would love to have this
Smush.com Love it. Cute and memorable. Like my wife
CookieClub.com I’m in that club. Been trying to quit it for years
HarvestCafe.com An upgrade for quite a few places
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