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IDNCowboy
10th October 2007, 05:51 AM
http://www.namepros.com/domain-name-discussion/382858-lllll-com-next-hype-evaluation-thread.html

The next hype.... after LLLL.com

maybe soon it will be LLLLLLLLLLL.com

thegenius1
10th October 2007, 05:54 AM
http://www.namepros.com/domain-name-discussion/382858-lllll-com-next-hype-evaluation-thread.html

The next hype.... after LLLL.com

maybe soon it will be LLLLLLLLLLL.com


Okay im up for it LMFAO.com :rolleyes:

touchring
10th October 2007, 06:09 AM
http://www.namepros.com/domain-name-discussion/382858-lllll-com-next-hype-evaluation-thread.html

The next hype.... after LLLL.com

maybe soon it will be LLLLLLLLLLL.com


Wrong, next hype is L-L-L-L.com, followed by L-N-L-N.com.

Rubber Duck
10th October 2007, 06:11 AM
Forums are very strange places. Namepros is one of the strangest, which is a little disconcerting when you consider it is one of the biggest.

Drewbert
10th October 2007, 06:24 AM
The stupid.

It hurts.

Don't they realise that the people buying LLLLL.com's for start-up's are using them because they're FREELY AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION.

These twits will buy them all up, and the start-up's will head to the freely available LLLLLL.com's.

Rubber Duck
10th October 2007, 08:19 AM
The stupid.

It hurts.

Don't they realise that the people buying LLLLL.com's for start-up's are using them because they're FREELY AVAILABLE FOR REGISTRATION.

These twits will buy them all up, and the start-up's will head to the freely available LLLLLL.com's.

Just do the Math.

26 raised to the 5th power anyone?

Well in case there are any ASCIIers among you it is a shade under 12 Million.

Of course they are not worth jack shit!

idnowner
10th October 2007, 02:35 PM
Good LLLL.coms are about where LLL.coms were in 1999 to 2000. LLLLL.com is really pushing it, however, if 1% of LLLLL.coms are worth considering, that would be almost 119,000 combinations. Worthwhile LLLLL.com combinations would include sequences, patterns, pronounceable strings, and a small number of recognizable or special combinations, like EIEIO and LMNOP.