Do you use cruise control? I prefer to drive my car. I feel like if I’m going to go 80 miles an hour that its in my best interest to be able to slow down, speed up, and react instantly to anything that comes up. That goes for long trips. Certainly there have been times in open roads with little to no cars that I’ll give my right leg a rest. My butt and leg can get crampy on a 12-13 hr drive. But for the most part, I’m foot on the pedal, hands on the wheel driving of my car.
My wife? If there’s 50 feet of straight road she’s setting cruise control. She dreams of a Tesla driving her everywhere. Her reaction time is measured in seconds and we’ll drive 10 miles with a car directly across from us because they are elephant racing with two cruise controls set to the exact same speed. The only reason the cars end up parting is because one engine struggles with the hills more than the other. Add in the sudden slowing of the car as she hits the brake and drops the cruise. Almost impossible to work because you’re not sure if it’s a driving adjustment or we’re about to go off a bridge.
I feel like a car should have a little light on the back window that lights up if cruise control is on. That way I know to stay clear of that driver if there are a lot of cars around. What they’re gaining in efficiency, I’m losing in the “I didn’t see you” almost accident. The new cars actually break or change lanes with accident avoidance technology and it’s pretty incredible. No doubt it will save lives and accidents. It will probably also give people a false sense of security. Knowing they will be bailed out if they make a mistake. And they will which is a good thing. I on the other hand will keep driving my cars and keep the tech in my pocket. Use it in an emergency instead of using it to eat a Chipotle chicken bowl
Domain of the Day: Leadz.com The only thing better than getting a lead is getting leadz
Quote of the Day: “If a string is in a knot, patience will untie it. Patience can do lots of things, have you ever tried it.” ~ Anna M. Pratt.
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Sendr.io Dot io has gotten so big that we are now dropping letters and still getting good bids
Dogwood.io Trees make great brands
Ultra.vc Ultra is one of my favorite words but I may be biased because of my last name
Following.io Great name for social media tool
Cultivation.io Great keyword. That’s enough to get it done in dot io
Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction
Def.io Sooooo close to defi
BitFlex.io My opinion only but worth the $226 opening bid and then some
Petopa.com Pet in the name and no reserve at $79. 23 years old
PerfectEffects.com Perfect is good. No reserve
MTN.co Mountain of bids on this one
Shroom.xyz Not saying xyz is hot but it definitely has established a resale market
Weiser.com A lot of businesses named Weiser because of the popular family name . 1994 birthday
AJTech.com Taken in 40 extensions and 25 years old
StoneGround.com Food or drink all the way
TrueTV.com 61 bidders. I saw it was registered in a lot of tlds but I’m a sucker for a lot of bidders
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BusinessCashAdvance.com Most bids on the board today. So much money in high interest business cash advances. And many are doing it through merchant services. Taking it directly out of your credit card receipts.
VetJet.com The first class version of Honor Flight
MyTrue.com Because you aint getting True.com
BNMN.com All great letters. N for Network
CrystalSkull.com This is Dan Ackroyd’s vodka company. Very cool bottle
MyCarolina.com You get two Carolinas to try and use it
Biologist.net You know some biologist will at least pay a few bucks for his email.
VGVC.com VC is leading the why in “Why are they bidding on this”
SocialVisibility.com Social Media management company is what comes to mind for me
BraveSolutions.com Taken in 12 extensions
MovieUp.com Taken in 14 extensions. Godaddy values it at $4K. I don’t base my decisions on their values but I definitely sort using it
SunAndSkin.com Good name to sell suntan lotion and skin care products
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