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I went to a race this weekend which was the first in a while. We all run, add up the time, and lowest total time wins. Obviously there are categories and I was on a mixed masters team. 4 women 4 men and everyone has to be over 40. Most of our people were over 50. When we were younger we always won the race. 250ish teams and would place top 10 overall of all teams, not just masters. We took that same team to Hood to Coast and placed top 25 overall one year. Now were a bit older and won last year but this year we got beat by 3 minutes.

The team that beat us were some really fast runners. On one leg I ran a 6:30 pace up and down hills for 3.35 miles and still got beat by over 45 seconds a mile. We had one runner run 5:45 mile and he also got beat on that leg the other team. Our women were sub 7 runners and were the ones that kept us in the race. Now that I’m turning 55 soon I realize the time between a 40-year-old and a 55 year old is a long time to get slower. I didn’t feel slow until I got whooped on. Granted the other team was a team from all over the country and ours were everyone from our running group. We also had 7 out of 8 over 48 so we were on the upper end of masters. They had a few new minted 40 year olds. We’ll probably take them next year though. Our team captain ran 11 minutes miles. We let him run because we won by so much last year we didn’t think it would matter. Now we need to replace him with our ringers. We have a few men that run sub 6 miles on 5ks in our running group that are in their upper 40s and it might be time to bring them up.

Yes, none of this REALLY matters, but it’s fun to compete as an older adult. Most people never get to compete over 50 and I get to compete athletically all the time and I don’t take it for granted. Pushing harder than you ever would in training or every day. Getting stronger. Getting faster. I love it and the camaraderie of a team is healthy as well. It’s also good for my morale to still be able to run miles under 6 minutes. It reminds me I still have room to get better which drives me to train and work harder towards all my goals. The sunset is a long way off.

Now on to the names

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Domain of the Day: Love love this one. Should be the goal of every company

Quote of the Day: “You can usually tell that a man is good if he has a dog who loves him.” – W. Bruce Cameron

Dynadot Aftermarket Domains Great letters with C at the end. Under $100 . Well was $100 last post. Now almost $3000 Perfect keywords for dot io You know I like the dot cc. Especially when they are cheap I think they’ll take whatever is the cheapest as long as it looks real All single letter domains are worth considering At $8 worth putting in the brandables portfolio IMO Memorable and $8 Made up word but still gets it done for $10 Another cool sounding brandable

Namejet Names at Auction (All No Reserve) Most bids on the Namejet board today. Perfect letters sold for $50K Tough word to brand but its a well known one word Nice 5L with 12 bidders. The kind I would like to own Upgrade name for several companies Exudes strong and resilient. Closes today Another one that is an upgrade name for existing products and companies Not as good as MSSC but a very nice name

Sedo and Catched Names at Auction I am long all one word dot fi names. Solid keyword here Digital build Catched is the only place I ever see dot consulting and they pretty much always sell Probably need to check renewal but as short of a “keyword” as you get Still a decent market for peer to peer lending on NFTs and of course gambling on price Sounds like a domain name investment company Runes are all the rage in NFTs right now Taken in 120 extensions Up to 10K and I expect this to be at least 4X this Big category. Reserve is a bit of a reach but getting there Not getting any love at all Big reserve, bigger name A lot of money in the backlink SEO game. Could easily pay for the name if this is your game Reserve under $99 The that I think has the best chance to sell Already met reserve at $99

DNWE Domains for SALE (All BIN) All of these have pretty solid letters and $350 and under

Godaddy Names with Bids AlertFirst and ReviewFirst both sold at auction for over $600 Electronic Flight Bag. Every pilot has one and like everything else AI is now a big driver of the information The backlinks taste better and are more valuable than the pie SEO name and with AirBnB a service that is growing incredibly fast An open vessel of use. Exude heating and air or product of any kind of air movement Can’t go wrong with NLL. and LNN dot coms Why not 3 minute crypto? Price is quadruple just because it makes a nice AI company name If you asked anyone what this is and they would say movies or wifi on a plane. But could be any food or service on a plane W for worldwide It’s probably a thing but I envision everyone just sitting there giggling or conversations about things that are no big deal but acting like they are Sounds powerful Already a character in Kirby but I see a game either way Exudes thought and intelligence Nice podcasting name I see more seed sales than actual tomatoes Exudes quality but we all know the companies that have this name tend to not be Long all medical and health names Have to be old evidently to participate here 3Ls don’t sell well but this one is one of the better 3 L

Godaddy with One Bid or Fewer

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