Some of you that are old enough will remember Urban Cowboy. John Travolta, Gilly’s Bar. The whole world wanted to be Texas. The hottest movie in the country and everyone was line dancing. When I was in Jr. High we moved to Houston for a year. And we just happened to move during the release of Urbana Cowboy. Every person, every bar became a super version of the already very Texas Texas.
My Dad caught the fever. He’s an Illinois born and raised man. But he is 6 foot 6 and huge. Anorexic his is probably 240. A giant giant man. Throw a big cowboy hat and a pair of heeled Ostrich cowboy boots and he became the biggest person in every bar. But in every bar they were doing the 2 step (a dance). My Dad doesn’t dance. He looks like security. And dances like it. But he was determined to learn to 2 step. The only problem was there was no way and hell he was going to take dance lessons. So he had a plan.
My Dad’s best friend was a co worker. Chan. Chan was a little Chinese man that worked with him and they were polar opposites but best friends. Did a lot of work and most likely a lot of drinking and smoking together. (I can’t verify this, wasn’t really paying attention to this part of my Dad). My Dad always loved music. I can’t think of many weekend nights he didn’t have it blaring or listening to it on the headphones. Its the reason I know pretty much every song from 1960 to now. Obviously during this time it turned to Honky Tonk music. But one night I hear the music a little bit louder and all kinds of stomping going on. I run down to see what the heck is going on and there are my Dad and Chan. Arm in arm, sweating like mules dancing around the coffee table. One and two and one and two and. Around and around. Chan pulling away, giving him direction, and going back in for more two steppin. To this day its one of the funniest moments I’ve seen and something that’s burned into my brain. Sweaty Chan and the Giant dancing around the living room floor arm in arm. Damn I loved the early 80s.
Domain of the Day: Boxcutter.com Such a great name for any online tool. File opening or hacking comes to mind
Domain of the Day 2: Distinctly.com Defining and one word
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Park.io Names at Auction
Nirvana.io It’s more than just a band, its a place
Monetization.io Anyone can build. But can you monetize it
GrizzlyBear.io One of the most known two world animals. Can you name a more famous two word animal ?
Startup.gg Probably a little bland but startups and gg would probably do well together
Blockhead.vc blockchain investors
Namejet, Sedo, and Catched.com Names at Auction
Animation.cc Its a dot cc but NFT projects don’t see to care about the extensions. Only the keyword
NeuroLab.io Taken in 63 extensions
ArtSource.io Another art/NFT name.
Perte.com “Loss” in French
NativeCooking.com Sounds organic
InspireYou.org Dot org works perfectly with this one
DOH.com The first domain in the 3L.com Sedo LLL auction to meet reserve
OVM.net And the first dot net to do it.
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ReSkin.com New skin. Rejuvenation
WirePoint.com Solid name at under $500 Exudes sending money
JenniferLawrenceFoundation.com Most bids on the board but I always feel weird buying these types of names. Like taking rings off a dead body
MMAWarehouse.com This old one is a little more generic. Good brand to sell MMA swag
BestDiner.com Nice little marketing name if you are a diner and want to sling the best around
SensibleNutrition.com Sounds like clean eating
DecoLife.com Sounds like a singer. Or the Gains family TV show name
eBikeReview.com I think every family will have one or two eBikes
Ecrom.com Sounds like an Evil Vilian’s company
Mexum.com 5L under $100
Fendor.com Sounds like a video game character. Not to be confused by the guitar, Fender
EmptyChair.com Some kind of ticket or reservation site or app
TheCreative.org Love this one
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