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    Question How much would you pay for this domain?

    internet.com
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    I don't really know anything about wheeling and dealing in domains but I would think it would prob be worth millions..

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    They should be forced to give that name away considering internet.com is complete rubbish.
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    You own internet.com? You could be a billionair.

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    no, I don't own it.
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    I went to register microsoft.com, but wouldn't you know it...it's taken... damn...
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    Wasn't last time I checked.
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    Originally posted by ned patter
    They should be forced to give that name away considering internet.com is complete rubbish.
    That's harsh ned.....care to outline whaich parts you see as rubbish?
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    What is it about? We will not be interested in this domain . Try something really good.

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    If it was up for sale; I would sell everything I own and drop a serious (max) bid of $200,000. Sure they wouldn't accept it. But you asked how much would I pay. If I had more money I still wouldn't drop a higher bid. Rather buy another domain for ten-thousand and use the other $190,000 on branding it.
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    Originally posted by Styles
    Rather buy another domain for ten-thousand and use the other $190,000 on branding it.
    Nice if you have the $ to do so.
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    I would have to sell my House, and my Harley to pursue such an idea. Which wouldn't be so bad, but I sort of like living with a roof over my head. Go figure!
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    Originally posted by Styles
    I would have to sell my House, and my Harley to pursue such an idea. Which wouldn't be so bad, but I sort of like living with a roof over my head. Go figure!
    You like living with a roof over your head - Styles, you are one crazy dude.
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    Originally posted by Chewnet
    Our signatures are clones.

    Scary!! Let's see what else I can come up with..

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    Originally posted by OKIHost



    Scary!! Let's see what else I can come up with..
    I say go with an emoticon of someone flashing a bown-eye (or moon to you US residents) - pure class and effective too
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    Originally posted by webarama


    I say go with an emoticon of someone flashing a bown-eye (or moon to you US residents) - pure class and effective too
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    Originally posted by isolsdotnet


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    Originally posted by webarama


    At last someone who understands me.
    I thought it was a universal language
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    Originally posted by isolsdotnet


    I thought it was a universal language
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    I doubt the owner of internet.com is going to sell it. But it's probably worth a ton.

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    personally i wouldnt pay anything for it, imagine it would be worth quite a bit tho

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    A brown eye huh? lol.. I have not browneyed someone in about 10 years.. damn i miss the good old days..

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    I wonder how much did the current owner pay for it?

    I imagine it would sell high now, if it were for sale. But I wouldn't buy it, because it doesn't fit into any project I have in mind.
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