The Domain Boys from Brazil
Good Sunday evening, my brothers and sisters in domaining – this is a late Sunday sermon with Father Domainicus.
As you may already know, Rick Schwartz – the Domain King – is being under attack recently from the forces of Evil.
Two good-looking Brazilian brothers, Márcio Mello Chaves and Heitor Chaves formed a company in mid-2010 and called it “SaveMe”, registering the local ccTLD SaveMe.com.br
Like good Brazilians of the Catholic faith, they built a popular web site about savings. Something like Groupon does, if I’m not mistaken.
So far so good, but dark days came and the Chaves brothers lost their faith, apparently.
In the holy books, it’s is clearly written:
“thou shalt not covet thy neighbor’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbor’s.”
This is from the 10 Commandments, my domainer children! The holiest of the holiest of books!
A quick note: the reference to “ass” is presumably to the neighbor’s donkey or mule, not his own posterior.
And the Brazilian brothers – one of which is a lawyer educated in Europe – are clearly trying to take away from the Domain King what is his, the domain name SaveMe.com.
This is a question you need to ask yourself, on a daily basis: Do you want to lose your faith, your dignity and eventually, the UDRP at the WIPO, by coveting what’s not yours?
I believe that every true domainer worthy of their domain portfolio knows the answer: Never, ever attempt to steal what is not yours. The Brazilian brothers need to study the holy books some more and retract their attack on Rick Schwartz and his property, SaveMe.com
I leave you with a warm embrace and a brotherly kiss on both cheeks.