AUCTION RECAP OF JUNE 6, 2016

Jun 09 2016

I don’t watch basketball during the regular season or most of the playoffs for that matter.  Like baseball, there are too many games.  If I decided to pay attention to a team and then watch most of the games, I feel like I would be wasting too much time.  Plus watching baseball on TV is about as fun to me as watching golf or staring at a wall (unless Rougned Odor is throwing a right hook that is).  But I do watch the NBA finals, because it should be the best playing the best.  It probably is, but it would be nice to have a close game sometime in this series — pretty lame so far.

Lymph.com    You need your lymph to fight off bacteria.   Not sure if all the bidders are going for the medical side or just as a brand

$4,052 – medical side I guess.  Seems like it would be a weird brand.  I don’t think I’ve ever heard the word lymph without the word node following it.

GTNP.com  I am going to put the average and lower LLLL.coms below but this isn’t one of them.  19 years old and some of the better letters

Riviste.com   Means “magazines” in Italian

$365

CyberPortal.com   I always thought that the word cyber was dated and not used any more.  I learned I was wrong

$888 – I think it is only used now for CyberSecurity and CyberStalker.

SexualOverdrive.com   I think I saw them open up for The Red Hot Chili Peppers

SouthernGentleman.com   Love this one.  One of the names that maybe could use the “the” in front but this is shorter and more versatile.  Whisky comes to mind but probably because of Southern Comfort

$1,230

PassWithCare.com   Must have a big marketing campaign coming for this one, I’ve seen sides with this on it on every road I’ve been on

PauseForEffect.com   An old saying in the acting biz.  No bids

PornTest.com   Build it and see who takes it.

PornWeekly.com   If you take a liking to the industry you could write a weekly rag

KXKK.com  Biggest price on the board.   Chinese sure love their Ks

$7,307

HoldOnTight.com   Berkens will sell this for $40K

$815

RobotArm.com   I saw the first remote controlled hand the other day.  It used an implant in the brain that sent info wirelessly to a robotic hand.  For the first time I saw a way that people that are paralyzed may get the use of their limbs back.  Honestly, made me tear up.  I suffered a very close call/injury to my spinal nerves that has made me very close to the spinal injury cause and things like stem cell therapy and this give me hope.

$1,134 – I wonder how much longer it will be before we fragile humans voluntarily replace large parts of our squishy bodies with sturdier parts.  Not very long is my guess.

IMakeCandles.com  If you do then you should want this.  Not going to get rich but at $12 you should be able to flip it

AcidFog.com    I think this makes a better band name than Sexual Overdrive.  I see quite a few uses actually. So far nobody else agrees

YogaTone.com   Yoga certainly tones you.  Yoga pants do not

$217 – Agree completely.  You have a right to be comfortable, but some things can not be unseen.

WineLabelRemover.com Had no idea so many people want to remove wine labels

RichDelights.com   I’m going there to get a piece of pie

4tt4.com   Somebody is going to like the balance

CollegeFootballHistory.com    Notre Dame and Alabama should cover it.  Just kidding, I realize there have been some great traditions over the years.  Please no emails about how Team X was great in 1945-1952

$155

ThePropertyMedics.com   An upgrade name for quite a few companies.

HSHA.com    A for association and the H for housing makes it more valuable as well

VacationRentalServices.com   You know exactly what they do right there in their URL.  All easy to spell

$125

TIRD.com  How a guy from Chicago says “third”

$1,008 – I hear turd.

MrPI.com    Mr something International

$1,050 – Mr. Private Investigator.

VCDQ.com   Venture Capital Dairy Queen.    My two favorite things.   Money and Chocolate Dipped Cones

$7,656 – wow!  Must have been a lot of traffic.  Looks like it used to be a torrent site.

FarmerJoe.com    General term for any little town farmer.   Also my brothers name which has no effect on value

$338

GetYourMedication.com  No bids.   Nice marketing name for a pharmacy

QPNN.com   News Network

8883999.com   Its a 7 N but its very memorable.

$426

VRDuo.com   VR anything seems to be worth $300 plus

$365 – plus $65

JM77.com  Repeating numbers which means $200 to $5K.  Probably closer to the first number

$302

StoredLight.com  Nice solar name with no bids

OKFan.com   Sooners fan or someone that is just a so so fan

$191

NUDL.com   Second most bids on the board.  National United Drinking League?

$1,001

TGD.cc   Looks like I’m not the only one still interested in LLL.cc

$688

2838.co   Solid NNNN.co   I don’t like dot co but would still buy this one

$193

SafeNumber.com  I know what a sleep number is but not a safe number.   5 has always been pretty safe for me

$255 – safe number seems easier than a safe word

LuckyVape.com   Lucky that they invented something so you can still feed the addiction without blowing smoke on everyone.  But billions have the love for the smoke and mist

$312

BloomKey.com    Nice brand.  Flower and plant names always make good brands.  Memorable and people love flowers

Kappa.cc  I like single word dot cc.    I’d say they are coming around but its very very little per year

$116

Your LLLL.coms of The Day

PJGV.com – $380

NZGA.com

PBYU.com – $401

PJGV.com  – $380

XYIR.com – $395

KCDI.com – $395

DFEU.com

ODKK.com  

YOZR.com  – $305

YNUL.com 

XLIB.com

FLIPPA and SEDO

Wamble.com   No reserve.   How Elmer Fudd says “Ramble”

$270

A portfolio of 20 Real Estate names like KilleenHomes.com  (137,000 residents)

At $555 with 3 days left – not too far away and right next to Fort Hood.

A portfolio of 23 UK City .Pub names.    A lot of beer is drunk in the UK, corner the market

$195

RedPlanet.com  Great brand.   Mars is pretty hot right now. Not literally

Ended unsold at $3,000 – great name

French.org    Another great name from Drew

Ended unsold at $5,000

FRST.com   I see “First” and I imagine most do as well

Ended unsold at $2,200

CoinLive.com    Live bitcoin and other crypto coin prices

Ended unsold at $200

AnimatedFilms.com   Surprised this one isn’t doing better.  They are making billions of dollars each

Unsold and relisted here

SBAH.com  H for Holdings.   Close to hitting reserve

Not sure what happened, but it is listed for sale on Sedo now for $1,490

NAMEJET

WXRM.com   Closes today and will close in the four figures

$1,400

DroneExperts.com One area that being an expert in is going to pay off handsomely over the next decade

NewYorkSecurityCompany.com    Thousands of security companies in New York.

XIOYE.com  “Fish” in Greek  Nevermind, that’s IXOYE.

BBGG.com  Will it cross $10K?  I think it does

$7,500 – didn’t make it.

TampaFLHotels.com   352,000 live there and tens of thousands more come and stay

PsychBilling.com   Medical billing is a business you want to be in right now

HDBackground.com    There is still money in wallpaper.  Hard to believe with today’s phone quality but there is

Stonehenge.net  If you haven’t been you need to go.   At least that’s what I’ve heard

PieceofArt.com  Anything can be art

Mustangs.net  I’m guessing the end user will be because of the car not the horse

WWWP.com  Not getting much love

LogoPlace.com    I have always felt that as long as you have logo in the name, the rest is marketing, quality, and price

CustomKitchenDesigns.com   Kitchens and bathrooms are where the money is spent and made in the house

$159

Quincy.org    Lots of cites named Quincy.  I used to like the medical examiner show with this name back in the 80s

WSWO.com   World Society something Organization

DubaiInvestment.com    Do they really need money coming in?

ModernHousePlans.com    Because nobody is looking to buy a Sears and Roebuck home right now

HFOD.com  On demand

COCB.com, GAIH.com, PALH.com, DOFN.com, HCID.com, HAGD.com   Good letter LLLL.coms of the day

Wippo.com I like these 5L.coms.  I don’t sell a lot but I still like them

$437

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