rlm said:I bought a portfolio... about 130 domains, such as Waste, Philanthropy, Institute, Canola, Trekking.
Yes, the same Trekking that was in TBR this week. It was expiring and it didn't get it pushed into my account in time to recover it... doh.
DomainRecap said:I knew one was you, and correctly surmised someone beat out your top price and won it.
DomainRecap said:My (cough) best ones were probably Balon.ca and Bernet.ca, which at least were dirt cheap.
rlm said:At least one of your assumptions is wrong.
DomainRecap said:I am quite surprised at that, as it could only mean you were not in that particular auction.
The only other explanation would be that you sold that portfolio to your business.
rlm said:You know it was a pile of crap if you can't remember if you actually bought those or not. It was probably best you didn't anyways. Maybe you were thinking of a different domain?
DomainRecap said:Oh, and my latest purchases were "a pile of crap" at last week's TBR, as MyID took it to the town and won all 6 of my Top Picks, thereby relegating me to the figurative junk pile. My (cough) best ones were probably Balon.ca and Bernet.ca, which at least were dirt cheap.
rlm said:No, I was in it. Think it through.
DomainRecap said:So you didn't actually buy Trekking.ca, you only thought you did.
Makes sense now, and sorry for insinuating that your bankroll wasn't big enough to outbid the other peon you were up against.
rlm said:So both you and the other bidder (DH?) bailed at the same time.
Esdiel said:Nice. Licorice.ca was last picked up via TBR in 2014, and archive shows it goes back to at least 2004.
I was about to ask if you owned Liquorice.ca too and then saw your post in the handreg section. That was dropped too, not sure when though.
Licorice.ca gets 14,800 monthly searches in Canada, and Liquorice gets 2900 searches. Good job getting the pair. I dare guess you got the candy domain market cornered. Nice to see you put them to use as well. If you can get Willy Wonka to bring back Chewy Runts you'll forever be my hero. I can't believe they discontinued making them. I was heart broken.
aactive said:Licorice.ca is our next online candy store.