sells for $175,000 but there is a catch …

DNJournal reported that sold for a whopping $175,000 in a private transaction.

That’s fine and dandy, so what is the catch?

If you visit you’ll see what the problem is.

It appears that the buyer of – a North Carolina hick by the name of Jeremiah Johnson or JJ for short – spent about $175 on a pathetic CGI script and runs his investment on it.

Aren’t domainers the biggest penny pinchers around?

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7 Responses to “ sells for $175,000 but there is a catch …”
  1. Aron says:

    Maybe his google alert will go off… he’ll hit your post here,
    and give Tia a call.

    Maybe, also — the current site is temporary.

    Or maybe, also — you got it right in your post.

    PS: I thought of a good DomainGang post the other day… you might want to email me 😀

  2. Ronald Regging says:

    I must be missing something here… The guy is selling barns for christ’s sake.

  3. Adam says:

    Penny pinchers ? You mean the guy who spent $175k on a domain? 🙂
    Guy buys best domain for selling barns. Guy puts up a site selling barns and I’m sure he’s now busy selling barns too.

  4. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Adam, the guy who spent $175k on a domain has a shitty web site that runs off a “$175” script. That’s what penny pinching means: splurging on the non-obvious and being thrifty on the necessities.

  5. Adam says:

    What’s that say about sites on (free) Word Press script ? 🙂
    Domains are long term investments, design/coding can be modified over time as it works or doesn’t. I get the point of the post but I really wouldn’t call it pinching. If you buy land on the beach (the domain) and just put up a shack while you save your coconuts, you still can go surfing every day. 🙂

  6. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    I agree, but let’s just say that the timing of the press release about the sale and the web site content being several notches under par was unfortunate.

  7. Jamie says:

    First off, I had the unfortunate experience to know Mr. Johnson. He is an overwieght HS dropout who lives on his grandmothers money and in her modest apartments in a little town of Sparta, NC. He drives a Mercedes S.U.V (which he makes payments on 😉 ) and spend most of his time running up his credit card bills and chasing underage boys on his laptop. It was a private sell (Has anybody seen the cashiers check? lol) ? I honestly think its all smoke and mirrors just like himself and his white trash family. Mama lives in a double-wide on blocks. That money should have been spent to repair her va-J-J, after having to push his basketball head thru OR the scar it left across his face.

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