my top level domain list

So these are some of my domains. I lease these sometimes because I get a wild idea that later fizzles flat. Other times I will end up using them. But in the meantime they just kind of sit there while I flesh out the ideas for further feasibility.

[newest] and I am also considering – This one is my blog about being sober-minded. My own personal twist on the 12 steps of A.A. combined with my dietary guidelines. I am thinking about [forking] the program. A [fork] is a copy of a [repository]. A [repository] is a person or thing regarded as a store of information or in which something abstract is held to exist or be found.

Forking a repository allows you to freely experiment with changes without affecting the original project. Most commonly, forks are used to either propose changes to someone else’s project or to use someone else’s project as a starting point for your own idea. – This one will most likely be a long term keeper. This is currently where I am making public(kinda) my ideas on how to get and remain as disease free as possible. – This one is about how I want to be. Biofilm free. That and it is just a good domain name for a future bio film about me. – This is just a whimsy, a flight of fancy sprinkled with silliness. It is in reference to the Aarne–Thompson–Uther Index (ATU Index) catalogue of folktale types used in folklore studies. 328 is the specific reference to one particular plot, “ATU 328, is well-known and treasured by children and adults throughout the English speaking world. Under one of their categories we find the story “The Treasures of the Giant” – better known for the past 150 years as the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.” -source – This one tells a little about my story along with my thoughts on the benefits of chewing your food up to 100 times before swallowing. To completely pulverize whatever goes in your mouth before swallowing it. At one time it was referred to as, “Fletcherism.” Basically chew your food until there is no flavor left.

I’m pretty certain that you can break just about any dietary rule with the afore mentioned practice. Food well chewed covers a multitude of dietary sin. – This one will be fun. It is my continued narrative of what happens after the book Animal Farm by George Orwell. I see a few different possibilities here. One that follows the pigs. The more equal ones. Another narrative from the perspective of Mr. Jones. The original owner of Animal Farm after he sobers up and realizes what happened. – Loyal, Faithful, Observant. The root of my movement. If L. Ron Hubbard can do it with crazy, maybe I can do it with reason.

Dictionary meaning

religiō, religiōnis, f.

  1. Scrupulousness, conscientious exactness. 2. Piety, religious scruple, religious awe, superstition, strict religious observance. 3. Scruples, conscientiousness. 4. Speaking of gods: sanctity. 5. An object of worship, holy thing, holy place. – It was the littlest domain name I could find. Currently I am using it as a placeholder for a past project. The John-Revelation Project. – This is an idea I’m working through. The idea of a local fellowship where longevity will be the gospel message. No concern for belief in deity – My namesake/place – I foresee a place where I can post my Q’n’A. Then there is the secondary meaning in the name referring to my cancer’s. – The Movement. As if there isn’t already a million other things referred to as, “The MOVEMENT.” – I really just like the name. Not sure I’m going to do anything with it. No plans yet. – I love domain hacks. I particularly like this one. – Who doesn’t like squirrels right? Is that even possible to dislike those fluffy little rats? – This one goes back to 2010. I was kind of surprised it was not taken. I was actively using it as my podcast archive from my days of production. I ran an internet broadcast network from a studio that I built into my house. Those were some good times. It still points to the archive of all those podcasts. – This one is a will probably be folded in to my 3.5tolife program as described above. The initial idea still exists, just changed names. See above.