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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Friday, April 22nd, 2022

Spring is here. Something crazy happened to our POS system at work. All of a sudden our system started getting slower and slower. We weren’t hacked. Its a closed system. But it got to the point where it would take 5 minutes to check out a customer. We’d get the circle of death. We noticed that if you searched for customer or payment type it just stopped. We optimized, scanned for issues. Everything. Even had our database checked by software company that made the program. Nothing. They told us that we had too many product categories. Even though we culled the system down from last year. And the file size was half the size of last year because we were on a new year and purged last year’s sales. So we came up with a workaround. We would start a transaction and then make it pend. When we came back to it the thing ran fine. Just had to set up hundreds of orders. It was a pain in the ass but it was the only way to even make it work in a reasonable manner.

To try and find the error we dumped all the transaction in January, Feb, and March. It ran like a champ. So we knew the error was in there. The we dumped only January. It ran fine. So we looked through the files in the slowest month and found our bookkeeper had canceled out a debt owed from two years ago to get it off the books. Our system didn’t know how to handle it so it handcuffed the whole program. Unfortunately our bookkeeper has zero memory. Has to write everything down in a book because she has trouble remembering things. Says its because she has so much on her mind but its really because she has trouble remembering things and its worse every year. She does a good job but this was an example of the trouble it can cause. She knew it was a questionable accounting move and meant to ask someone but forgot. Which led to a month of hours and hours of people trying to fix a problem. The only positive is when it was fixed we all felt like we had a new accounting system and were so happy. Was a pretty good feeling so I’ll remember that feeling rather than be mad that it happened,

Domain Of the Day: This is easily my favorite

Quote of the Day: “When someone falls in love with your flowers and not your roots, they don’t know what to do when winter comes”-anonymous

Click on any of the links to see current price Names at Auction or Backorder I think this is worth $500 just for some random Eric to buy Some of the top keywords possible coming to dot gg this week Another one. Top tier keyword See above Not advice just what I would do So many good one word dot gg coming up

Namejet, Sedo, and Names at Auction

Make sure to check out for some great drop catches each day nice little with no reserve . Exudes Coding LLL.nets are kind of bland but the X at the end seem to do a little better and A nice combo for a real estate agent Great consumer data company name Because everyone wants something special

Godaddy Domains With Bids Has some backlinks which is helping it get a few extra bids The 777 is still getting it done Taken in 18 extensions which is so so but the price is under $500 so price matches use 1996 birthday . Price shows the growing world of media consultants Aggressive blockchain company name Taken in 27 extensions. Exudes fans of cars and trucks. Being used for dealers and fan sites Artemis Gordon Women of Solana The dot org makes it sound like they care The extra F is what you need to be more effffffffective Kids game or airline dating site Smoke it or mow it Meta anything at this point People forget that China LOVES R for Realty Taken in 44 extensions so people are using this for quite a few sites and businesses I can see this at the beginning of a movie on Netflix I would drink this IPA Great letters Taken in 19 extensions but used in 149 Good name to sell oversea phone sim cards. I use them all the time If you run these you should want the name

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

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