Frank Schilling loses vested interest in major domain after Obama’s State of the Union address

It looks as if the core of president Obama’s State of the Union speech was about the failing US economy, but come to think about it – that’s something discussed daily on every major news network.

And fortunately, president Obama did not make any references to Apple’s new iPad gadget, a device that looks like an oversized iPhone made for people that own a man purse.

In fact, a large portion of president Obama’s speech was in reference to repelling the infamous “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy that bars gays and lesbians from openly serving in the armed forces.

While it’s evident that president Obama’s challenge will be at the Congress, he made it clear:

“This year, I will work with Congress and our military to finally repeal the law that denies gay Americans the right to serve the country they love because of who they are.”

If that should happen, – a domain owned by no other than Cayman Island resident and uber-domainer, Frank Schilling, would lose its value overnight as a reference to a non-existing function and practice.

Don’t be surprised if the almighty Frankie places this traffic gem on a special monetization “diet” for the coming weeks and months – until the domain loses its intrinsic value completely.

Meanwhile, is still available for all you domain dumpster divers out there.

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