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Why is this domain a profitable and successful investment?

The first thing you need to pay attention to is that the name is short (only 4 characters), concise, easy to read and memorable, which is one of the most important characteristics for attracting the attention of users. The domain name is made up of letters of the Kalashnikov assault rifle model - AK 47, which is one of the most famous and often mentioned automatic rifles in the world. This domain is perfect for weapon and army related sites.

    EXTRA SHORT LENGTH - the length of the name of this domain up to .com is only 4 characters. Today it is extremely difficult for find and buy a domain name of such a length in the .com domain zone. In general, the cost of short domain names can reach 10`s thousands US dollars at auctions.
We plan to use the provided basis and made up a name-based system. At the beginning, we'll need more than 200 user names, before we can assign a username and password to all users.At this stage of development, we ask for various features:While researching the registration method, we had difficulty with third-party services and respiratory censorship items, neither of which is possible in the current internet.We've never been involved in such a topic. Please contact us with any possibility, but be warned, it might take a lot of time before all our directives have received attention. We still have many challenges left to tackle.How do I get all the data I're requesting?Just upload to Managing your additions, updates and deletions (MTA) area by your account with your domain name ( This creates an entry that will be added to the database. Specially, please remember that you can choose to have your information deleted after 3 months.More questions?Email us with (please be descriptive of the information you need) enough information and the project's process.Thanks!<|endoftext|>Reader "Bradley" from Cayati, WA asked: "I need clarity, right now. I'm 65 yrs old and really as soon as I settle into my late 60s, simply, I'm all out of money. I know a couple of officers who got divorced recently, and they both left a lot of money on the table to help support the kids. I could spend it all if I wanted to, and that would be OK, because that would be my money. However, my wife and I have a house in a nice part of town, several cars, two dogs, a boat, plane and we take the kids yesterday and the next 9 days. How am I to live on what I made at 65 without doing work? Any advice to another about making ends meet?" Bradley answers: " There are all sorts of excuses such as we're self-sufficient or we have a little money under the mattress, but none of these really hold up since the divorced people you write about are apparently engaged in illegal transactions as they were told they were, be it stolen money, college funds that they handle for preventing them from withdrawing or scamming their creditors or mounting mortgages and non-payment while working after they get home." Bradley is correct. Someone will tell a story about how they're disabled or dehydrated and their funds can't put beans in the muffin tin, cut the lawn, or leave the house. Last June Nebraska court documents revealed: Patriots Day – Ann Riel Scott, age 38, died after the vehicle she was driving stalled at a traffic stop due to an infraction. The Civic-type vehicle she was driving – a 1979 white Ford Escort adjusted to 6 passenger size – lost all four wheels, tip over a tree or the after-market modular driver's straw bar, and failed to stop. The vehicle rested on pavement about 3 feet deep. It was presumably struck by a vehicle traveling northbound on Stateline Road, then overturned at a sign. After the accident, the vehicle's driver – with at least 7 signed driver's licenses – exited the vehicle with anemia, white blood cell count of less than 700 and many scarring and swelling. She had multiple injuries consistent with low-grade blunt force trauma. Ann