SHANE’S BIG LIST: Saturday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 22nd

Jun 22 2013

Sold a domain last week and kind of upset that the buyer hadn’t approved the transfer.  It had been transferred but 3 days later and no accepting of the merchandise over at  I asked them to PLEASE approve the transaction. They apologized profusely but said they couldn’t find the button to approve anywhere.  I went to my account to see if I could find out why and then I realized I had never said that I transferred the domain.  OOPS.   Once I did they accepted and it was done.  Here I was trying to guide a new buyer of a domain through the process and wasn’t even doing it proper myself.  Yet another reason for me to slow down the routine 🙂   Here are today’s names.

-“If the other person injures you, you may forget the injury; but if you injure him you will always remember.”  Khalil Gilbran Not a killer domain her but there are plenty of things called this and for $12 you’ll be fine IMO All good letters and under $100 at press time. Net and org up as well Panini Panino . I’m not sure I know the difference but with all the bidders I would guess that people eat paninos as well Because not everyone likes Craigslist. 11 years old A lot of results and ads for these on Google

Start your website with a $4.29 .COM & FREE Private Registration!   17 years old and has a nice sound to it.   Sounds like a form of martial arts  A PR 4  A CVCV that I would grade as a B.  I wouldn’t have a clue about this other than I have a friend that is a soil consultant.  He gets paid a lot of money to gameplan the soil types for farmers   Present tense verb. I always struggle with the value of these  Screw buddy is probably what most are looking for online …..but we can pretend.    I’ve never grown a medical but I’m a pretty good grower so pretty sure I could

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