web analytics

On the road: Jehovah’s witnesses brokering domains


Stan “Bubba” Mullet is a fishing business entrepreneur from Baton Rouge in Louisiana; his ever-busy mind often takes him along paths never before explored.

“What can I say, I was raised as a Jehovah’s witness most of my life, I’m a tad indifferent now about religion but business is good when god blesses ya, innit?” quips Mullet.

“At times, I often reckon people wanting to make money just get on the road and tell them other folk what they offer.”

And on the road he gets, with his entourage of seven Jehovah’s witnesses, that work as traveling salespeople for his growing side business: domain name brokerage.

“Why hire a broker, when you can spread religion and sell domain names to the common folk? That’s what I do best, reach out to the faithful and the atheists, the plain-minded and the professors, the hookers and the junkies – and I reckon like all god’s children, they need to hear some good news in this bad economy, ya know?” says Stan Mullet, in a charismatic voice.

So far, Stan Mullet’s “Wonderful Seven” group of preachers, helped sell more than 850 domain names that he owned for years.

“I could not, for the life of me, sell them names at forums and conferences and once I started reaching out to the good-hearted people of America, oh lordie, what a blessing it is to speak in tongues about salvation and how dot .com will be the vessel to it!”

Stan Mullet’s team of Jehovah’s witnesses are taking the cities and towns of Louisiana and Mississippi by storm this fall, aiming to spread both religion and knowledge about the world of domains.

If they do knock on your door, be kind and listen: you might gain a thing or two about domain names, god, and the Internet.


Copyright © 2019 DomainGang.com · All Rights Reserved.


2 Responses to “On the road: Jehovah’s witnesses brokering domains”
  1. Paul says:

    original and funny 🙂

  2. Lucius "Gunz" Fabrice says:

    Paul – Nothing wrong with ‘killing’ two birds with one stone: domains and religion.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

 characters available