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Tuesday’s Big List of Domains at Auction or Dropping Around The Internet 5-8-12

Aaron of Accidental Domainer stopped by the nursery yesterday and got to see a taste of my daily life.  His lifestyle is a little more laid back and every time I talk to him I think of what life would be like if I got to move at a much slower pace.  Would I be content? Would I be happier?  My answer some days is yes, other days no.  This time of year its an easy yes.  Its always a pleasure having him stop by. I welcome anyone who is in the Champaign Urbana area of Illinois to do the same.  Now onto the names and for those of you pissed at Dropday for not updating the site. Take it easy on Sergey as he had a very bad accident and has much more important things to worry about than the site. Can any of you come up with a use for this one? Pretty defining and not too expensive. Of course expensive is relative  Means happy or pleased in Mandarin.  A steal under $5K Not sure if anyone still uses the word cyber but plenty of people feel they do according to the number of bidders I was seriously considering holding this one for myself. Surprised its going so cheap For the heathens of the domain investors  I always am amazed at the quality names that people let go. That is until I see a name I accidentally let go There’s that cyber word again  I think there is a trademark on this dictionary word.  Hard to see how you can trademark a dictionary word but many are Great name for a handbag company or just a known saying. Reminds me of Austin Powers. Also, pretty cheap  Is it “lieve in London”  or “liv in London”?  either way its a nice name  I usually pass on these L-L.coms but noticing they are actually moving pretty well  Auction ends at a weird hour Wed morning so I am putting it on today’s list.  This will fetch a very high price though so bring your exchange rate calculator  This one, on the other hand, is still very cheap


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2 Replies to “Tuesday’s Big List of Domains at Auction or Dropping Around The Internet 5-8-12”

  1. “Cyber” sucks.

    Dead word, but when there is an auction, people bid it up like crazy.

    If you tried to sell this domain to a domain investor, try getting more than $100 for it.

  2. Based on the beehive of activity that you were coordinating yesterday, I’d guess that 99% of your readers have a more laid back lifestyle than you. 🙂

    Thanks for your hospitality during your busy season.

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