Father Domainicus : Social behavior during NamesCon

The domain end is near, says Father Domainicus.

Father Domainicus, attending NamesCon.

Greetings and salutations, my domain brothers and sisters; this is Father Domainicus on a breezy Sunday morning here in Florida.

Many a domain investor have emailed me, inquiring about my recent pilgrimage to Las Vegas, where I attended NamesCon.

In particular, the fine members of our congregation are interested to learn more about the social behavior of other members of our Domain Church.

As a scholar and a man of the frock, I’m obligated to observe human behavior.

NamesCon was a remarkable opportunity to open my notebook, grab my stylus and write down a few things as they occurred.

Among the many issues I noted, was that of social behavior, or the lack thereof.

One interesting case involved the obvious harassment of female staff by an attendee of small physical stature; the gentleman appeared to engage the hard-working female personnel in conversations unrelated to professional matters, commenting on their appearance instead.

This type of behavior was observed and stigmatized by Brother Konstantinos as well, who chastised the manners of this ethics midget accordingly and the matter was settled. I applaud you, Brother!

As most domain brothers and sisters know, I am partial to absinthe; the colorful, aromatic beverage has enhanced many a writing session, praising our Domain Lord.

Alas, some domain investors are unable to hold their liquor, or rather, they are unable to stop its continuous ingestion when offered freely. To them, I will quote a paragraph from Domainclessiastes 3:16:

“Beware of the men of Babylon who corrupt the spirit of young men with the endless provision of wine and beer, for if a young man’s psyche is corrupted, so he shall corrupt the psyche and flesh of others.”

What a beautiful statement, directly from our Domain Lord’s wise mind, advising us to keep our alcoholic consumption short, or face the consequences of sodomy.

Lastly, my dearest domain brothers and sisters, I shall note the rude behavior displayed by some who while in a workshop in full session, decide to discuss their private matters at a vocal volume that does not belong to a public place.

More than once, I became witness to phone conversations related to uncouth business practices involving “chip domains,” or matters of the flesh, and as Las Vegas is known as the ‘Sin City’ one can only imagine the carnal manifestations often occurring behind closed or even ajar doors.

Despite those observations, I strongly believe that NamesCon was a splendid gathering of beautiful minds, to engage in the spreading of the Word of our Domain Lord. It is a remarkable feat achieved by the hard work of the domain conference’s founders, associates, and everyone should thank them.

Onward and upward, as they say in my small town, and until next time, I leave you with a fatherly kiss on both cheeks.

~Father Domainicus.

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2 Responses to “Father Domainicus : Social behavior during NamesCon”
  1. Jen says:

    My better half was with me, so I was definitely on the straight and narrow!


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