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It’s funny when the older generation says the younger generation is not as tough. But they aren’t wrong. My Grandfather’s generation went to war at 18 years old. Killed and avoided being killed before they were old enough to drink. Many of my Dad’s kids went to Vietnam. It was a generation of Love and Peace but a good portion of them saw the opposite. My generation didn’t have to go to war but we grew up with Evel Knievel.

You’ve seen him but when I was growing up we used to want to be him. A whole generation of boys taking their Schwinn or Huffy bikes and forcing them to jump things they were never intended to do. Eventually, the Kuahara bikes came around made of aluminum or carbon and we hit air like we’ve never seen. Of course, a 9 year old is a fully trained professional who is well equipped to pile up dirt, lie a board across it, and jump 11 steel barrels laid on their side. If we didn’t make it who did we call? Nobody. There were no cell phones. You got up, waiting until you caught your breath from the handlebar hitting you in the side, waiting for the stomach pain to go away from taking the bar to your nuts, and drug yourself home to get the blue arm cast you earned.

Helmets were invented, but they were for motorcycle riders. We were riding a bike. “I think he has a concussion” were common words. Between the newly popular skateboard and the trying to jump things like Evel, every day was a new injury. Nobody cried, everyone whimpered. Every day was a new cast to sign a school. People didn’t wear team jerseys with other people’s names on them. You wore your own name on your shirt. With fuzzy red letters. It was fine. Back then you didn’t get upset when someone didn’t like your clothes. Worse case you just got a different shirt and came back and brushed it off. Best case you can back and hit them in the face with a dodgeball “accidentally’ in gym class. Yep, we got to strike people with balls in gym class.

So yes our kids are not as tough. I don’t know who to blame but they are weak. They don’t know how to get lost and figure it out. They don’t know how to cope with not being as good or pretty as someone else. They don’t know how to lose properly. They haven’t felt real fear or real agony. Nobody has tried to kill them. They don’t have to seek information or improvement. It’s always in front of them. This doesn’t make them worse of a human. Merely different. For all the weaknesses there are great qualities in this generation that we don’t have. They are incredibly intelligent. They know more by 21 than we learned our entire life. They are 5X productive. Sure they like more vacation but they get done more in 3 days than we did in 5. So this isn’t a complaint, its an observation. I don’t want my kid worries about dying. I want her to take tons of vacations and see the world. But I still would like to see her trying and jumping a few barrels every now and then.


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Domain of the Day: CashGrab.com So many uses. So many things are

Quote of the Day: “Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions.” — Albert Einstein

Dynadot Aftermarket Domains

Kiwee.com Top number of bids on Dynadot today. Ends today as well

AWWN.com Great letters. World Wide Network

Sex.xyz I won’t lie, I think this can generate over $12 which is the renewal fee it’s just not a category I want to be in. Not judging, my office is just too close to my wife’s

Dokky.com Great little brandable

Slirt.com Another brandable here. Fun to say

GS.fm Two letters in anything worth taking a look at

NeptunePay.com Pay names have done pretty well at auction

Namejet Names at Auction (All No Reserve)

NAAD.com Top bids on the board today and highest price at Namejet

LoveInstitute.com Relationship or Sex counseling

ArtInstitute.com All major cities have one. Now you can be the one online

FrelanceDesign.com The wework of design

RubyGold.com Good brand or your dogs name

HistoryClass.com Reminds me of the Facebook and Twitter accounts I follow that post historic and interesting photos

GiveWise.com. Charity all the way

FreshMex.com A description for so many Mexican restaurants. Own the category

Cymex.com Sound like a crypto exchange

Doctoora.com Online medical ?


Sedo and Catched Names at Aucti

ITSolution.ai Someone took the opening bid and took it to auction

Growler.co How I like my beers. In bulk

Toogs.com Next bid meets reserve

Muug.com If the reserve is on the lower end it might sell

Eth.biz Just when you thought all the eth. tlds were taken

Home.Social Biggest price on the Catched board

TinyDeals.co Tiny can add up to HUGE

AIFan.me AI can make any tld great

Moonbeam.fm Definitely the only time you will ever see two .fm on the daily list

Ticket.cfd This is so ironic in that I was pitched the rebrand of CFD. It was literally the most undused TLD but they are trying to change that. Has bids

Alpha.nu Don’t know dot nu but I know alpha

Godaddy Names with Bids

FruitMuffins.com mmmmm. Can build a business around a muffin if its good enough

YearSurvey.com End of year survey. A few bids

EthToken.com A bit redundant but adding token saves you a couple million dollars

Hospitals.net It’s a buildout but a very nice keyword to build out

Pharmacist.net This one is even better because it can have a sales side to it as well. Although tough word for many to spell

2ce.com NLL.com All these are starting to get near $1000 at auction

QQ7.com The QQ for the Chinese and the short for everyone gives this good value

CityUp.com 1999 domain and taken in 29 extensions yet I still can’t think of a use

EliteSki.com Clothing or equipment brand. Sounds expensive like all things skiing

FactCheck.io Do it with AI

Earbuds.io. Big market but Apple, Bose and Samsung own it

CookieCompany.com. One of the few cases where I think “The” would be better

Mazala.com “umbrella” in Arabic

Docpedia.com. WebMD ish

GamerFX.com. I’m just too old to use the term gamer




Godaddy with One Bid or Fewe
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Tribou.com

CrowdSource.io

Jirani.com

CompressX.com

RollingRoads.com

TireFrog.com

Luumia.com

NewDataLab.com

BeatDoctor.com

SickLean.com

HempJoy.com

Yezzo.com

TeleMedic.net

The Rest of the Domains with Bids

23802.com
2iptv.com
596999.com
5z7.com
78papapa.com
8456.cc
AustinMajors.com
BestSouth.com
BoatBot.com
BoydsDisposal.com
BucketListTrips.com
buildeasypc.com
BusinessEnvironment.org
CedarStreetTimes.com
ChakraNews.com
CharitySearch.com
CheeseFromSpain.com
CleverTouchMarketing.com
DataSmile.com
DoctorSinTraining.com
donaperfeitinha.com
elpower.com
emadridnet.org
EnjoySincAi.net
ExperimentalFoodSociety.com
FootballSpeak.com
fotoin.com
GalleryAmazing.com
GameSkart.com
GoalWin69.com
GreatOutdoorsMonth.org
Green-Conf.org
hommemaker.com
HumPro.com
incomera.com
kozareva.com
MassDirect.com
MasterFinanceClass.com
MiniBillboards.com
MountainJusticeSummer.org
nd-burma.org
OkTrust.com
oldcubancafeinorlando.com
OnGallery.com
pg82.com
pqnet.com
ProudGreenHome.com
qcapproved.com
qhpo.com
radiogn3.com
RealEstateAcquisition.com
RealPilot.com
RomIsTacos.com
rtrmag.com
signatureautosalesny.com
SouthardSolar.com
SplittingTimber.com
stevescafeaz.com
stlhappyhour.com
TataInvestments.com
tcou.com
TheGeniusReview.com
TheHolyCross.com
TopFuelSaloon.com
truflbookings.com
trustgov.net
TwinOaksRoadhouse.com
ucl-ioe-press.com
UpstateHarley.com
VintageCruiser.com
waterfrontinn-ontario.com
WealthHunters.com
WebFormDesigner.com
xdigitalnews.com
YellowFins.com





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