SHANE’S BIG LIST: Thursday’s Domains at Auction or Dropping on the 13th

Sep 13 2012

Happy Thursday.  Got back mentally yesterday.  Been so busy and tired I couldn’t concentrate.  I promise you all that I will catch up on email.  I enjoyed the break so much when Godaddy went down that I’ve pretended that my email was down for 2 more.  Not good business I know but I’ll make it up to them with a real fancy email reply.  Here are today’s names.

Organics.org  Only 52 bidders on a keyword like this?  Brands really have taken over

MoneyMakingIdeas.com  The entire Internet is looking for these

XYV.com  This may stink as an acronym but I love it memorability. I’d like to own this one

XIH.com  I probably don’t have to tell you but this is the airport code of Khan Al Baghdadi Airport in Iraq

VKZ.com Have to admit I am surprised that the low end LLL.coms on Godaddy are going for this much.

XRH.com This one is much less at $3300

85C.com  Short and liquid.  Just like Daddy likes them

321.co  Other than 888.co and 88.co, this is the only NNN.co I will ever recommend

ZAA.net I don’t really like LLL.nets but I do like this one because of the double A

TheGoodyBag.com Everyone knows what a good bag. You can be THE goody bag. IMO a good buy under $50. 12 years old

ProfessionalSingles.com This one will do well. If you are going to look for a partner, you might as well look for someone with a good job

HCLD.com I’ve seen this at the end of doctor’s names but had no idea what it stood for. Evidently it stands for High Complexity Laboratory Director

BUOI.com Vietnamese word for Pomelo. Also an LLLL.com Not sure which one gives it more value

TreadmillDesks.com  I was actually looking for one of these the other day.  And yes, there are a bunch of people that make them

Chipotle.org  I should buy this to form a support for people like me that eat 5 Chipotle burritos a week

 

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