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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Sunday, July 11th, 2021

I grew up with dogs my entire life. Pretty much had a dog until I left for college. But from then until this year, I only had cats. Cats because they were less maintenance and I was busy trying to raise a child, build a business, and travel. Dogs make that more challenging. And its not fair to add more work to my wife that’s trying to be a Mom and have a career. But then came Covid. Like everyone else, we decided this was the time to get a dog. A companion for my wife who now worked from home, and as good of a year as ever to train a puppy. The first year is the most important and to be able to be home with it all day seemed like a good way to train a dog.

All I have to say is I get it. I get why people like their dogs more than people. The thing becomes your best friend and the love you build for it surpasses feelings for a lot of other things. For some people its one of the few friends they have. It gets all their attention. Our dog gets a ton. It literally is the center of our home now that our daughter is out of the house. If I’m at the store I buy him a toy or a treat. I take him on all my errands. I plan trips to different parks and areas to run him. I love him like a son. I care about him like a member of the family. It’s so fucking weird. I literally think “It’s just a dog. He’s only going to live 10 years or so. Don’t get attached”. It doesn’t work. I sleep on the couch and he come up and curls up next to me. He waits for me at the end of the bed as I get up. He lays at my feet as I write this. I know he likes me because I feed him and house him but he seems like he really really likes me. I only have a handful of people that feel that way. And I’ve only had him 6 months. I have a feeling its only going to get worse.

But I am glad I got him. It’s been good for me. Makes me take some breaks from the world I needed. A simple walk. 10 minutes of petting him. Throwing him in the car and go swimming at the lake. He never asks questions, talks back, or even seems sad. Always the happy dog that gets super excited when he sees me. I can live with that.

Domain of the DayWerk.com Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today . When you want to work but not really

Quote of the Day: “Fall in love when you’re ready, not when you’re lonely.”-

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Fractal.gg Highest price I’ve seen for a dot gg at auction in a while

Signed.io I see collectibles but could be a handshake type name as well

eGames.gg Seems like a good keyword for the tld

Direct.ag If I’m selling chemicals or ag products I would want this name

Shingle.co If you sell them or install them

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

MyArt.io With NFTs as hot as they are this seems like it would be a hot name

Clearli.com Save some money subbing out the Y with an I

RareEditions.com Nice name with no bids. Rarity and Scarcity are too popular buzzwords right now

WorldTour.com No reserve. A lot of entertainment acts have one

MyPensionPlan.com Reserve is under $1000 so I think this one sells

Shop.tw Never seen a dot tw go for this much

Web.tw All of these dot two are hitting prices I never would have thought

9599.com Met reserve under $10K. Would be crazy to see this sell for such a low price

Godaddy Domains With Bids

OneK.com Going to need to brink more than 5K to this party

A lot of great letter 4Ls today

BMMY.com

BRPT.com

CZGU.com

DCWF.com

FBWN.com

FGHD.com

ICHD.com

IHFD.com

GXUY.com

MXPH.com

NBPN.com

NHMT.com

Zalp.com By far best LLLL.com of the group

MyRecycling.com Some people take recycling very serious

LibraLoan.com Facebook Libra never materialized

NFTMoon.com NFT and Moom. What people are buying and hoping they do

ReallyGoodFood.com Marketing slogan all the way

Understands.com I see AI here

EverydayKeto.com We still doing Keto names?

Ponas.com 5L taken in 14 extensions

SpritualGrowth.com We could all probably use some

Jim.us I’m sure there are a few Jims that would pay a few hundred dollars for this

Godaddy Domains with One or No Bids

TheVenturist.com

TotalAmmo.com

StemMatch.com

NetDegree.com


The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

2-r.com
267333.com
30469.com
32457.com
41981.com
46547.com
48499.com
4vb.com
505GameStreet.com
54583.com
67712.com
82747.com
91939.com
ADHDLectures.com
anthroposophie-de.com
AutonomousCare.com
Awakenings-Massage.com
Best-Car-Rental-Tips.com
Bicired.org

Buloxi.com
BurstDaily.com
Chezzeli.com
Children-And-Divorce.com
dMold.com
DoBusinessBetter.com
Eanweb.com
Evolero.com
FlorentinesGrill.com
FootTennis.com
FSWelding.com
GuruJobAlert.com
HealingHandsThailand.com
HouseOfPainTattooStudio.com
HoustonFestivalsCompany.com
i8888.com
iidownload.net
iwillusa.com
jkcJKCjust-hifi.com
kyushubeerfestival.com
lc222.com
Londonezer.com
Marybel.com
MetalInternational.com
MiasPizzaAndEats.com
MidlandsAutoSalesColumbia.com
Mieayam.com
MMSJust.com
Multiverse.tv
NDTRcom
NorRingTon.com
NowAcademy.com
nuevoaccion.com
PaleoCookbook.com
PeerCoinTalk.org
PlanetNetBeans.org
ProfitPod.com
pspowerwashing.com
Radego.com
SewingMachineRepair.com
SharksInfo.com
ShopPewDiePie.com
The-Barge-Inn.com
TheCustomerServiceNumber.com
TheHalloween.com
TimberTimbre.com
ToysSex.com
ValleyRadio.com
Visor.org

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