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Which New gTLDs are Like The Miami Real Estate Market (Part 1)
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The 10 Worst Dating Sites of All Time
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We’re Giving Away BuckyBooks.com to a Badger B-Ball Fan
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AskHamas.com – The Funniest Questions The Twitterverse Asked Hamas
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PancakeJesus.com – Seeing The Light One Flapjack at a Time
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Hillary Clinton’s 11 Personal Email Addresses
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Tweets That Can Get You Killed
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Remember the Pancake Bunny’s 15 Minutes of Fame?
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The Domain Names of The Breakfast Club
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The Domain Names of Downton Abbey

Which New gTLDs are Like The Miami Real Estate Market (Part 1)

Miami’s residential real estate market has risen like a Phoenix from the ashes of the 2008 financial crisis.   The condo market has seen some of the biggest gains, with many investors who bought in 2009-10 nearly doubling their money.  The recovery has led to a slew of new condo projects springing up in areas that were once drive-by, forgettable real estate.  The Brickell area of downtown Miami continues to boom with condo and retail projects exploding.  The Miami neighborhoods of Edgewater, Wynwood, and the Design District not too long ago were urban blight.  Now, they are hot and getting hotter.  Of course, Miami Beach and more specifically South Beach continue to be popular places to live and new construction is squeezing in where it can.

So what does the Miami real estate market have to with domain names?  As someone who has recently become familiar with the Miami real estate market and someone who loves buying and selling domains, I’ve spent a lot of time lately buying what never registered or dropped .COMs, mostly generic, and mostly focused on the Miami neighborhoods of Brickell, Edgewater, Wynwood, and the scraps of South Beach or Miami Beach .COMs that are somehow still available.   In my quest for Miami-focused domains, I also purchased several .IO, .CO, .XYZ and .BUZZ  TLDs . All of which got me wondering how some of these new gTLDs stack up against each other value-wise for the exact same keyword domains.

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The 10 Worst Dating Sites of All Time

We’ve found the worst dating sites of all time.  Each of these domains were once registered by someone, but are now available and can be yours!!

CIAslut.com

Reason site failed:  only one person signed up.

MeLunatic.com

blackswan

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We’re Giving Away BuckyBooks.com to a Badger B-Ball Fan

We love the Badgers!  And in celebration of their Final Four appearance we’re giving away BuckyBooks.com to a Badger fan.

To enter the contest to win BuckyBooks.com, you have to do one or more of the following (each has points):

1. Retweet our Twitter post about the contest (1 point); and/or

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AskHamas.com – The Funniest Questions The Twitterverse Asked Hamas

Terror groups are know for among other things, really shitty PR ideas.  Perhaps, the worst ever was Hamas’s recent #AskHamas promoted hashtag on Twitter, where you could ask Hamas whatever you wanted.

Here are some of our favorites (including a few of our own):

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PancakeJesus.com – Seeing The Light One Flapjack at a Time

Jesus has appeared to people in various forms over the past 2000 years.  For some reason, in the U.S., Jesus seems to show up on pancakes.   It’s a much more creative (and delicious) way to appeal to believers than appearing in a burning bush (Jews).  Yes, scaring the shit out of me with fire that talks to me would momentarily work, but peacefully appearing on a tasty carb patty would work better.  Who doesn’t love pancakes?  So,  it’s a smart move on Jesus’s part.  Need to convince some slob who isn’t attending church but once a year that he better get his fat ass in gear, show up in something you know he loves way more than you (Jesus) – a piping, hot stack of pancakes oozing with syrup and butter.

Now that PancakeJesus.com has dropped and is available again, it’s the perfect time for someone who loves the Lord, pancakes, miracles, or just overall cool stuff to grab this domain and start tracking Jesus’s appearance at diners and home kitchens across the country.

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Hillary Clinton’s 11 Personal Email Addresses

Now that Hillary Clinton is being investigated for using her personal email to conduct government business, Domain Roast has compiled a list of her 11 most used email addresses:

Hillary@GOPKilla.com

Hillary@OverBenghazi.com

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Tweets That Can Get You Killed

In the last 24 hours we’ve tweeted directly at Iran’s Supreme Leader, Ali Khamenei:
 

And, might have tweeted about Vladimir Putin

If you never see another post from us, call any producer at CBS’s 48 Hours and tell them one of these two guys are probably responsible for our disappearance.

 

Remember the Pancake Bunny’s 15 Minutes of Fame?

Somehow, I completely missed the “Pancake Bunny” phenomenon  in 2012-2013.  So, how did I learn of this viral sensation years later?  Today I saw that PancakeBunny.com is be auctioned at Godaddy.com for $8.  I, of course, wondered, “What the fuck is a pancake bunny?”  Then I got educated.

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The Domain Names of The Breakfast Club

What better way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Breakfast Club than to see which cast member is the most popular based on Internet searches and of course to see how many cast members are in control of their own domain names.

Judd Nelson, you do not own JuddNelson.com, but the person who does has put up a little fan site and is offering it to you for free.  Also, “Judd Nelson” is searched about 27,000 times a month, which ties you for third place with cast mates Anthony Michael Hall and Ally Sheedy.

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The Domain Names of Downton Abbey

Who hasn’t spent hours researching the domain names of Downton Abbey characters (besides people with some modicum of a life)?  I can’t be the only Downton Abbey fan, who in the middle of watching the episode where Lady Mary shows off her new (yet super controversial) bob, wonders if LadyMary.com is available.  Am I?

I’m sad to report that my idea for a closed social network for fashion forward, cold, condescending,  yet sexy women, who enjoy discreet sexual encounters, is not going to happen.

Because LadyMary.com is owned by someone who wants $3,150 for it.

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