DSAD.COM: IKE’S LIST OF DOMAINS AT AUCTION FOR Saturday, August 27th

Aug 27 2016

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I started biking for exercise and I’m really enjoying it. I got a super deal on a street bike from a guy that volunteers where I work. It’s maybe 5 years old with an MSRP of around $2500, he sold it to me for $100. Either he stole it, or he really felt bad for my lazy ass and wanted to help. Of course I’ll ride a bike if you’re gonna give me such a good deal.

There are several Rail Trails around the area that are well maintained. It’s a lot of fun getting out and exploring the countryside while burning some calories, Plus it’s a lot more efficient than running. I mean seriously, why would I run when I can bike? It seems a lot more efficient, I can lap the pants off runners, and those poor bastards look like they’re dying, lol. Seriously though, take the opportunity to bike, run, kayak or whatever, don’t sit in front of a computer all day long like I used to do, get out and do something.

Main List

The No Bid List

AgentAbroad.com  A CIA operative blog, or a traveling Insuranceagent

AllIsCool.com  Everything is good

BadLead.com  Lead paint is bad don’t eat it

BiggerEarth.com  It’s a decent size already

BuildPink.com color name

BuildToKeep.com  Build something that’s great, that you want to have around for awhile

BurstFirst.com  Sounds like a game

Canuckly.com  A Canadian brand

CardioDrink.com  This one is good for the heart

CardSwift.com  Get your card fast

ClassBracelet.com  Does anyone where a class ring? Maybe you’d like a Bracelet?

ClearPods.com  Sounds like a shipping or storage product

ClothingInfo.com  Everything you ever wanted to know about the things you wear

CongressProfile.com  A list of all congress members and where they stand

CraftDiscount.com  Save on crafts

CraftDiscounter.com  save on crafts turned all noun

CryOver.com  Done crying or cry over spilled milk

CustomPerson.com Make someone just the way you want them, like Weird Science

DailyWorkoutTips.com  A new fitness tip everyday

DeGamer.com  The Gamer? or German Gamer

DomainNameTalk.com  Discuss domains on your very own domain blog

EverQuestion.com  The questions that are always there, or always question things

EverythingTicket.com  Full access pass

ExcessiveNoise.com  Turn that crap off

ExtremeStartup.com  Tech startup on crack

FastFitTire.com  A flat tire solution for any car

FrameThat.com  Take your best pictures and have them printed and framed. Does anyone own a film camera?

Fruckers.com friendly truckers?

FullEmbodiment.com  All of it, everything

FunLoves.com  Should be fun most of the time

Gamblia.com  A gambling name

GetComic.com  Comics right to your door

GradPulse.com  A site for grads to check on trends in the job market

HandicapRails.com  In every public restroom among other places

HealedLife.com  Highlights Lives that have been changed for the better

HeRocks.com  Yes he does.  A site about an awesome dude

HighlightBeauty.com  Show off some Beauty

HistoricTrip.com  A learning tour about history, or the best trip ever

iAmLookingForAWife.com  Mail order bride service

ImageInvitations.com  Graphic artist

InstantProvider.com  Gets you what you need right away

InteractiveClinic.com  The Dr’s office where you get to help

JumboFruit.com  Like James and the Giant Peach, you can ride in these things

LearnDomaining.com  A name for Cyger to buy and redirect to DNAcademy.com

LifeAutomatic.com  You don’t even need to do anything

LookADeal.com ! add an ! for emphasis

MasonShop.com  Buy bricks and mortar

MasterZombie.com  He’s like the king of all zombies

MediaIntern.com  Every radio and TV station has interns

MediaSalesForce.com  The team that sells ads

ModernHobo.com  Used to ride trains around the country, now gets government aid and lives the good life

MonkeyManage.com  Keep track of these little bastards, they’ll run all over and might rip your face off.

MonkeySource.com  If you’re in the market for a monkey this is the place to go

MoreMph.com  A brand of fuel additive that makes you go faster

MotelDeal.com  Find discounts on your next motel stay

MyEOD.com  “My Explosive Ordinance Disposal”, just in case you have a lot of explosives you need to get rid of

Netorizon.com  The future of the web

NetWerkers.com  People that work online auf deutsche, I think anyway

NiceBooby.com A plastic surgeon breast enhancement name

OddMom.com  Brand for crazy mother’s and whatever they might be selling

PaidTip.com For the best tips you might have to pay

PaleoFanatic.com  The people that really like this diet

PalmFlix.com  Movies in the palm of your hand, probalby an app or something like that

Personalyzed.com  Your own mispelled domain, but I think it could work

PrepareForTheEnd.com  Prepper site, maybe death counseling

PrintThatOut.com  Like this one as a brand or marketing name. Places like Target allow you to send pics online to have them printed.

ProgressPortal.com  The door to progress

PulseVirtual.com  A good trend/online brand for whatever

QuickFitTire.com  Same idea as an earlier domain

RackCrazy.com  Clinically insane Racks

RailScoop.com  Find our the latest on trains

RankRock.com  Line up all your rocks and show everyone your favorite. Or a site where newly engaged show off their rings and you rate them. They’re begging for this site, they already show them off to everyone.

RapidTank.com

Not sure what it is, but I can easily see a commercial for it, Well ok the commercial I see isn’t really that clear but once I see it I’ll remember it.

SaleDream.com  Black friday deal shopping and you’re the only one in the store

SaveQuickly.com  fast savings

SeekingZen.com   Find your zen

SellItByOwner.com  shorter than for sale by owner by a letter

SevilleRentals.com  Geo rental business

SexyTats.com  “Might as well be a bullseye”

ShitPad.com Redneck Diapers

SlingDrinks.com  A bartending school

SpeedyWill.com  You can wait till just before you die with this service, as long as you time it right.

StartupPromoter.com  Startup’s need lots of promotion

StopStinking.com  What is that Smell? Take a shower you stink

StrongLook.com  Good name, generic enough for lots of things

TagManage.com  Keep track of all your online tagging with this software that tracks it for you

TakeUse.com  Take this and use it, a site to give away useful things

TekTip.com  Teaches you about all your Tek/Tech/Teck/Tec needs, however you want to spell it

TheDupe.com  A trick

TheLifeRecord.com  An accounting of friends and family throughout the decades

ThisIsMyDay.com  I see this as a wedding brand. Make her feel special, she’s spending a ton of money.

TimeDrill.com  See how fast you can do it

TotalPublicity.com  Marketing company

TrustTrust.com  Set up a Trust that you trust

UnhealthyLife.com  Use this like the Movie Supersize me, stop showing pictures of healthy athletes on your fitness blog, motivate with pictures of unhealthy people out of breath and dying.

VacancyHere.com  When you need a room for the night

VaultUnlocked.com  A giveaway site maybe?

VerticalMonkey.com  This monkey goes up and down

VetMobi.com  The Veterinarian that’s on the road

VirtualLogoMaker.com  I guess they’re all made virtually, I don’t see many people making them with crayons, but i think it works

VoteHack.com  When you find dead people and get them to vote for your candidate

WeMustGoForward.com  A call to action to press on

WestsideLoft.com  Apartments on the west syyeed.

WineConsign.com  Make and sell wine

WorkPerDiem.com  A good name for jobs that aren’t full or regular part time, just as needed.

YourLocalPizza.com  Lots of towns probably have more pizza shops than any other kind of restaurant

ZipHelper.com  Files, or maybe your pants are stuck ziphelperdsad

Names With Bids

AftermarketSales.com

AnswerBug.com

AutoNook.com

BuildDecks.com

BuzzStudio.com

CityOfEverything.com

CoffeeRooster.com

completeapp.com

DestinyVacation.com

DoYouFeelBetter.com

ExerciseList.com

ExercisePage.com

HopheadBrewery.com

inappsupport.com

InteractiveCloud.com

JoesTruckstop.com

KickAssMoms.com

MailMore.com

opsurvival.com

OptionContract.com

OtherTopics.com

PositiveOutreach.com

Ruddata.com

SexySecret.com

SkillsEmpowerment.com

SocialRack.com

TheCharmer.com

TravelFest.com

Unescapable.com

Namejet

TheWatched.com  Sounds like a scary movie

OhioRealEstate.net  Make an MLS site to collect leads, good real estate leads are gold

DelhiHomes.com India’s Capital Territory, there’s a few people that live there

Expert.la  Don’t know much about .la other than Page Howe likes them,  this seems like a good keyword to have

Unserviced.com I think of machinery that hasn’t been maintained but really needs it

ProvideProtection.com  Security detail

UserParticipation.com I took an instructor lead online continuing education class a couple of months ago, it required participtation. I see this as a solution to easily monitor and ensure that everyone is participating and prompt them if they’re not.

Chopped.com

Normally.net

Skeptic.me

Groupwork.net

isurfer.com

GlobalConsultants.com

WineSource.com

ExtremeVacation.com

TheTrustee.com

VoiceCommands.com

CreditReportMonitor.com

RidingWaves.com

hbha.com

SoWeSay.com

ConsultLegal.com

CouldThisBeIt.com

TodaysMenu.com

voal.com

GrungeLook.com

OldAlabama.com

AmericaHarvest.com

HatCheck.com

LoveAstrologer.com

HealthyAllDay.com

TighterGrip.com

ChickPics.com

FindTheProblem.com

Flippa/SEDO

YieldSign.com

biomedical.com

Aching.com

OfficeTables.com

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Demoba.com

Fapelo.com

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Grooph.com

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Intusivo.com

Jamene.com

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Jenobe.com

Katly.com

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Linkira.com

Lukoo.com

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Mizosi.com

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Nikdot.com

Nippster.com

Peroko.com

Ragalla.com

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Rottera.com

Ruzzor.com

Ryalex.com

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Vecig.com

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Dress.io

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AsianBuffet.net

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KushFarms.com

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VeganMashup.com

Snap Names

RideTrade.com

Funvue.com

YouthSummit.com

inteko.com

Titrated.com

PromoHub.com

NamePros

DNJunkie.com

BotoxImplants.com

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