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This year’s Super Bowl belongs to Frank Schilling & Name Administration

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Nowadays, it’s impossible to think of a trend, event or happening and not find Name Administration behind the respective .com

The omnipresent Frank Schilling scores yet another touchdown with a domain closely related to this year’s Super Bowl.

This year, the New Orleans Saints will be facing the Indianapolis Colts in South Florida.

But don’t take our word – we don’t pretend to be football buffs anyway – let’s hear it from Wikipedia:

The Super Bowl was first played on January 15, 1967, as part of a merger agreement between the NFL and a rival league, the American Football League (AFL). Lamar Hunt […] coined the name Super Bowl after watching his children playing with a Super Ball. The Super Bowl uses Roman numerals to identify each game, rather than the year in which it is held. Super Bowl I was played in 1967 […] and Super Bowl XLIV, on February 7, 2010, will be played to determine the champion of the 2009 regular season.

For those among you whose command of Latin only consists of the words “Bud Light“, the Roman numeral XLIV stands for 44 – the XL denoting 50 minus 10 (thus 40) and IV standing for 5 minus 1 (thus 4).

The Romans apparently wanted to make life harder on modern Americans.

Regardless, Frank Schilling’s Name Administration owns XLIV.com and as such has the honor of owning this year’s Super Bowl without even infringing on the NFL trademark.

Good job Frank!

To the rest of you football fans out there, get your Bud Light and get ready to watch the game this Sunday. Just don’t drink too much; a common typo appears to be Superblow.com


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3 Responses to “This year’s Super Bowl belongs to Frank Schilling & Name Administration”
  1. Rob Lafaye says:

    Good satire. No matter whether intentional or not the name is worhtless in OHO! Go Frank!

  2. Patrick McDermott says:

    “a common typo appears to be Superblow.com”

    Actually I’d prefer that than watching the Super Bowl. 🙂

  3. Jim Holleran says:

    It’s basketball season, who cares. Go Lakers!!!!!!!

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