19 Jan '14, 11pm

Grumpy domainer: “NamesCon didn’t meet my standards” #domains #namescon #icann #texas

Discussion panels and sessions: none of them focused on the future of registering and reselling cattle, ranch and corn domains – clearly, the future of domain investments. Dot .corn is on the blocked list by ICANN, due to its visual proximity to .com. Elliot Silver’s refusal to “spit and shake it”, clearly a non-deal for professionals and an insult amongst Texan rancher folk. The elbow high five was just silly. He was not invited to the Sedo party, despite his attempt to learn the basics of German beer naming. Only caps were given away at every booth, and no option to get a cowboy hat. The Donuts, Inc. booth had the most beautiful ladies, but they refused to go out on a “steak dinner date.” No free gambling chips were handed at the hotel, and the toilet paper was not soft enough. He did not win any money at the craps table, and ended up losing $21,000 after placing it all ...

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