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Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, October 31st, 2022

A lot can be learned from a person’s T-Shirt shelf.  How is it organized? What kind of shirts are in the stacks? Do the same shirts stay towards on the top because you only work the top and never dig any deeper.  Let me tell you about mine since you’re so interested. 

I have too many.  Not just by my wife’s standards but most likely anyone’s.  I have a few contributing factors that put me in the “Shane has too many T-Shirt category”.  One, I’m a runner.  Every single race gives out a race shirt.  When you run 10 or more races a year you are going to have a lot of shirts. Add in the bigger races where I buy several.  I don’t think it’s possible to NOT buy 3 shirts at the Boston Marathon.  Work. We give out T-shirts for work and being the boss I get extra.  Side hobbies. My side hobbies are a bee company and NFT businesses.  Those both lend themselves to lots of merch as they say. 

Stacey has implemented a strict 1 in one out which means I can’t take in another shirt unless I throw one away.  “Can’t I make it a rag?”  I ask. “Nope I have plenty of rags, and don’t pretend that ratty old shirt is good enough for Goodwill”  She runs a tough shirt rack.  I have become choosy on which shirts I bring home now but I feel like that thought would be questioned by the woman that does my laundry.  Also Stacey.  Stacey has divided my rack into Work, Long Sleeve, Shirts he seems to wear a lot, and shirts he thinks he is going to wear but never does , shelves. 

Another issue I have is size. I am a Ledium. Some times I fit well in a medium and other times a large is in order.  Which means I need doubles of my favorite prints.  Again a very controversial issue. Stacey says I just need seasonal clothing due to my large weight loss in Spring.  It’s not as drastic as it used to be because I’ve decided to continue running and exercising in the winter but we’re so busy in spring its hard not to drop a size.

So let’s talk about taking off the top.  I feel like its a common problem. We have our favorite shirts and anyone gracious enough to do your laundry is not going to work shirts into the middle of the pile. They are going to put them in the easiest place to get to. Right on top.  Which causes top T-Shirt burnout. They get washed and used 10 times more often than the other shirts. I purposely grab deep in the stack to avoid this.  One thing Stacey also recommended was to put a one year section. On my shirts and things on hangars, there is a marker that represents the beginning of the year. If it is to the right of the marker it means I wore it that year. If it is to the left of the market I didn’t, and its about to go bye bye.  If its a special occasion article of clothing it gets amnesty but T-Shirts get no amnesty. They only get a 21 gun salute on the way to the trash.  Unless they never saw the light of day and those go to work to give out or Goodwill.  Last haul I am embarrassed to say was 30 plus shirts.  I think I saw tears of happiness in Stacey’s eyes as they were loaded into the car.  Goodbye Freedom Fest 5K shirt. Goodbye shirt I made on a whim at Sticker Mule.  Goodbye shirt I bought at the airport because when you visit the airport at Grand Rapids you are obliged to support the airport through shirt purchases. 

In the scope of life T-Shirts aren’t that important yet what you put on your chest says a lot.  Pride in your team. I’m a wacky person because I have a wacky shirt.  I’ve been to Myrtle Beach. So people do take their shirts seriously.  I definitely don’t take them serious but I do know that what is on them will strike up a conversation so I chose my shirt wisely. Because my Evil Knievel shirt is a little tight and loved by 50 year old men.  Not my target demographic but love the shirt.  Stacey not so much.  It’s one of the few shirts she buries so I don’t grab it.  

Quote of the Day: “Ever notice that people who have an hour to waste usually try to spend it with someone who does not?” – Bernard Meltzer

Domain of the Day: 4Cash.com People will spend a lot of money to get instant cash

Click on any of the links to see current price

Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction

Digitals.org I see this as an NFT name. Could be a lot more . No reserve

61.org Reserve under $2500. I think it sells

RNBF.com No reserve on this one so it too will 100% sell

Questionaire.com The next bid might hit reserve . It’s right there in range

TSWW.com No reserve on this one either. We’re getting quite a few names that are going to move on Namejet today

BTOC.com Not sure it can reach reserve but letters are perfect

Bowling.xyz No reserve so there if you want it. Everyone loves bowling

X2Y.org Sounds like a crypto trading site

Godaddy Domains With Bids

Novera.com Taken in

BugMaster.com I would call them to get rid of the cockroaches in my kitchen

AbcIndustries.com Sounds like a company in a cartoon

SmartDB.com Top raw name on the Godaddy board today. Taken in 23 extensions

SubLight.com Taken in 27 extensions Current results are for some program. Not sure what it does

SmartMug.com Smart anything gets it done in today’s market

SmellsGood.com Exudes good cooking

Taste.net The dot net discount code. Nothing can make up for a good taste domain

Megabar.com Mega is another one of those hot keywords. Along with Giga

GrowSolutions.com Right in my wheelhouse. Good canna growing name

OceanDreams.com You dream about oceanfront property or vacation ?

Fructify.com I honestly didn’t know the word but when I saw 51 extensions taken I realized its pretty popular. Means to succeed or be fulfilled

AlarmGuard.com Don’t love it. Sounds like you are guarding your alarm. But people will get it

WildSuccess.com Sounds like a wilderness camp. Maybe clothing brand

Artbab.com Long anything art right now

DragonFarm.com Definitely going to go towards some online game or similar

PowerSources.com 126 forms of this name are registered. Alternative energy continues to lead industries right now

Phocal.com Love this form of Focal. Makes a really identifiable brand and exudes vision or beauty

Headlight.net Steal of the list today at $27 at press time. My opinion only

HempNetwork.com Hemp is the future . Ridiculous it got outlawed with cannabis

NaturalBodies.com No steroids body building

A List of Names that are Going for High Prices because of their Backlinks and JuiceGrowSolutions.com

DabbleDB.com

CapeCodToday.com

Godaddy Domains with No Bids

FredomLawn.com

Momo.me

MyInsurance.co

EnhanceCBD.com

NerdStickers.com

GitLane.com

Frobi.com

RawShack.com

CryptoHeist.com

Funzu.com

The Rest of the Domains from Godaddy

189999.com
1stchoiceautorepairny.com
3HappinessChinese.com
480flatz.com
4wdl.com
5Sec.com
aaincantonohio.org

acasadapizzapp.com

AltadenaBlog.com
AmericanUnionLuggage.com
AnewLeafPlants.com
apetsblog.com
AsterClasses.com
AverageBro.com
BariBoutique.com
BizIdea.com
blvv.com
BogoJoker.com
btc4.com
BuenaventuraPress.com
CapitalCoreRecycling.com
CashDistributor.com
CashForTimeShares.com
cavemanpcrepair.com
cgidubai.com
chaolao.com
cndayin.com
CoffeeJunctionCafe.com
DabbleDB.com
davidawhitmorearchitect.com
DesignerSandYou.com
djsrentals.com
DoOlinAuto.com
DoverNaturalFoods.com
eatnoops.com
ebookcentral.com
edufurniture.com
Egeszseg.com
ElectronicSuperJoy.com
enviosmxusa.com
enviroleach.com
eowh.com
EroticOne.com
ErringTonCoffeehouse.com
fiat-bg.org
ftlauderdaleauction.com
FujiSushiMidlothian.com
GetUnplugged.com
GraceField.com
GreaterPittstonUrology.com

guiaoleo.com
heoi.com
HillAnimalCare.com
HollyHerman.com
HotelMarionEtas.com
HotelMimosaRoma.com
HouseOfSiam-Boston.com
humian.com
ilsarto.com
imo-shimizu.com
InflatableJoyAbilene.com
iosbetagames.com
JagerOutdoors.com
JustBotanicals.com
kdedevelopers.org
kingofcarsnj.com
KnoxWritersHouse.com
krium.com
LakelandGolfCourseOfBaneberry.com
LocandaMarinElla.com
LongLiveRuby.com
MarinaBakery.com
MarkMack.com
marqoom.org
mctoshproperty.com
MetalCoreFanzine.com
mged.org
MiamiSelfDefenseClasses.com
mmhomemaintenance.com
MottScreekInn.net
MuraBaha.com
mvhchorse.com
MyStarsHoroscopes.com

NorthportFenceCompany.com
nortronicsnyc.com
ohmydogsupplies.com
OnychaIndustries.com
OptimalCredit.com
PepCapital.com
PersonalTrainerGables.com
PlateauValleyFire.com
PlushRingBox.com
RenaissanceFair.com
RenaissanceFaire.com
rokshok.com
RomanCatholics.com
rurestaurant.com
satta-bazar.com
selbst.com
seminolemiddlepta.org
SeoulPhotoFestival.com
SexBunnies.com
sfvj.com

SoFisticAdo.com
startupphl.com
SyntaxScore.com
TerrySusAveAutos.com
TheCarouselRestaurant.com
Thindown.com
Toastmasters101.net
TotalClean-Solutions.com
TravelledPaths.com
TravelOpic.com
tripacloyalty.com
TripletRaceway.com
TwinWest.com
UniDadVenezuela.org
WaterCheck.biz
WildHeartBoudoir.com
WoodlandsRealty.com
YogaElements108.com
YourStorageSpot.com
ytbconverter.com
zfcp.com

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2 Replies to “Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday, October 31st, 2022”

  1. Great story Shane. I sold my house about 2 months ago. I decided before I left I would purge almost eveything except my absolute favorites. I got rid of probably 80% of my clothes. I always wore that 20% anyway. Over the past 6 years I also got rid of that much of all the other clutter I had.

    1. Tim. good move. I wrote this story for the newsletter at the nursery and dozens of replies all had places to take old shirts. I had no idea there were so many places that recycled them.

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