PORFOLIO FOR REMINDS.COM, HORSECLONG.COM, DOGCLONE.COM, WORKKILLSBEER.COM, REPORTADANGER.COM

Owner: Peter Kagel 305 304-0368

REMINDS.COM

This domain name is a “natural” for the sale of luxury gifts. The tag line could be, "WANT TO REMIND HER HOW MUCH YOU LOVE HER?  REMINDS.COM REMINDS!  SEND HER FLOWERS (OR ANY LUXURY GIFT) FROM REMINDS.COM."

Included in this sales is the companion phone number 1(800) reminds, (1800 )736-4637 which is currently “parked”, i.e. not being used.

IT IS POSSIBLE TO SET UP VIDEO AND ORAL MESSAGING WITH GIFTS. For maximum emotional impact the gift buyer can either record a video or oral message for the recipient using a cell phone. A pin number and directions on how the recipient can access and download the message will go with each gift.  

Maximum emotional impact is the reason why gifts are given.  In the future, for instance, just flowers alone without a companion oral or video message will be deemed an empty gesture in the minds of flower recipients (and luxury gift recipients) once companion messaging becomes a reality.  Having a companion phone number with the same name as the reminds.com domain name gives the purchaser a tremendous "leg up" over competitors.  The phone number will assure that purchases can be made and messages can be recorded and accessed on every cell phone.  

If the set up is robust enough, it can be rented to other websites.

A flower network can easily be created if florists are given a bigger cut of the purchase price than the big corporate flower vendors give them (FTD, 1800Flowers, Proflowers, and Teleflora) because they actually lose money on Valentine's Day.   

Also included are the domain names 1800reminds.com and 800reminds.com. Buyer should have a GoDaddy account so that the domain names can easily be transferred. The 1(800)reminds can be kept where it is parked or attached to any cell or landline. 

Price $1,000,000.


HORSECLONING.COM

Buyer will receive, in addition to horsecloning.com the following domain names: horseclone.com; horsecloner.com; and horsecloners.com. 

Domain names are electronic real estate which is not taxed and lasts forever. If a domain name says what it does, for instance, if someone is thinking about cloning a horse or buying a specialized cloned horse, that person is inevitably going to click on horsecloning.com because it says what it does; it’s definitive and so basic it has instant creditability. The need to advertise is nil. 

Selling all of these domain names together assures that the buyer will not easily be subject to competition from a similar domain name. 

The opportunity here is to become a “horse cloning broker.”  A horse cloning broker would not only receive a commission for finding the best deal for the cloning of a horse but also be a place to buy a champion-already-cloned horse with a built-in instinct for dressage, jumping, roping, barrel racing, polo competitions, stamina competitions, or just gentle pleasure riding.  

Along this line the cloning broker should give the major reason in the horse cloning website for the customer to buy a cloned champion horse: “Why would you take a chance that a foal might have the attributes needed for dressage, jumping, roping, etc. when you are going to be able to buy the actual proved champion horse? Cloned horses from champion horses are identical copies.

Horse cloning is a big business and only going to become bigger and bigger. 

Buyer should have a Go Daddy account so that these domain names can be easily shifted. 

Price: $200,000


DOGCLONE.COM

What could be finer than being able to replace your best friend? And your cloned puppy could be trained by your best friend before it’s too late. Or if a customer wants an incredible intelligent hunting dog, doglcone.com could have a preserved DNA catalog of the finest hunting dogs in the world! 

Domain names are electronic real estate which is not taxed and lasts forever. If a domain name says what it does, it will always be consulted by a prospective customer. A person who is in the market for cloning a dog or buying a puppy which has the proven instinct to be a great hunting dog, or a guard dog, an easily trained dog or a great companion will inevitably click on dogclone.com because it says what it does; it’s definitive and so basic it has instant creditability. When someone looks up dog cloning on Google, dogclone.com will always be front and center. The need to advertise is nil. 

Cloning is the wave of the future. Cattle herds and sheep herds are currently being cloned. Horses are being cloned. According to Google there are 89.7 million dogs in the United States. The technology for cloning a dog is now proven. 

Buyer should have a Go Daddy account so that these domain names can be easily shifted. 

Price: $35,000.



WORKKILLSBEER.COM

Due to the disappearance of our middle class caused by the off shoring of manufacturing, the internet, globalization, d, automation, the disappearance of unions, bad laws, hostile working conditions, bad trade deals, and no bargaining power, people feel that they are stuck in their repetitive insignificant miserable jobs and more often than not are not proud of what they have to do to earn a living. There’s no such thing anymore of sticking with the same job for your whole working career resulting in the receipt of a gold watch, a pension and an “attaboy” retirement banquet. It’s a dog-eats-dog world for the American work force now.


BEER DRINKING CUSTOMERS ARE SURE TO BE ATTACTED BY

THE “WORK KILLS BEER” LABEL AND HERE’S WHY.

Due to the disappearance of our middle class caused by the off shoring of manufacturing, the internet, globalization, digitalazion, automation, the disappearance of unions, bad laws, hostile working conditions, bad trade deals, and no bargaining power, people feel that they are stuck in their repetitive insignificant miserable jobs and more often than not are not proud of what they have to do to earn a living. There’s no such thing anymore of sticking with the same job for your whole working career resulting in the receipt of a gold watch, a pension and an “attaboy” retirement banquet. It’s a dog-eats-dog world for the American work force now.

People drink beer when they are in the mood which automatically occurs when they are off work and not having to put up with the misery which comes with it. They are unwinding, watching TV, watching sports, joining their buddies in bars, picnicking, sitting around a camp fire, you name it. While working they are trapped and know it. They feel it. Drinking WORK KILLS BEER proclaims and celebrates their freedom after their daily stager over the finish line. 

When off work the beer drinker is not stuck dealing with:

   

being stuck in commuter traffic 

obnoxious personalities 

nasty office politics

forever rising quotas

uncompensated overtime

discrimination of every sort 

the boss’ nepotism

job outsourcing

being replaced by an app

back aches

no pension

smelling bad breath

taking high blood pressure medicine

net glitches

forced training of idiots

cell phone being used as an electronic leash

day dreaming

wearing a security card

faking smiles and laughs

signing birthday cards

the consequences of deliberately withheld messages

rescheduling vacations

missed family dinners and weekends

fighting for commissions

withholding taxes

hacking

staying fashionable on a limited income

worry

pressure

forever changing regulations

lawyers

veiled threats

office colds

seasonal exposure to flu and colds

gossip

lunches at desk

liars and lying

sadism

customer theft

trade secrets

broken promises

three dimensional filing

paranoia

failing memory

making excuses

boredom

keeping schedule straight

unfair competitors

elevator music

jealously

worst case scenarios

avoiding responsibility

brown nosing

union dues and indifference

public humiliation

carpal tunnel

clock watching

coffee diet

controlling temper

daily countdown to quitting

cubbyhole claustrophobia

CYA for everything

dead end job syndrome

digitalization

dirty tricks and practical jokes

double crossing

downsizing

impeccable experience discounted by management, 

faked loyalty

fatigue

fear of audits

flirting for leverage

forced training of foreign replacement here on H21b visa

glass ceiling

globalization

hiding yawns

interruptions

it’s sunny outside

realization that I’m just a number that can be replaced at Boss’ whim

knife in the back 

layoffs

losing ground on paying bills

mandatory attendance at office 

maddening micro management

necessity to network

the realization that the net cancels hard-earned personal contacts

never positive feedback

never ending diet, 

escape walk, 

night shift, 

never credit for stolen idea, 

never positive feedback, 

no exercise

not receiving a living wage

no control over office temperature

need to place blame else ware

to-do-lists

protect reputation

rainmaking or perish

retribution for telling the truth

sabotage

sadistic boss

second job

serve coffee duty

sick leave limitation

surveillance cameras 24/7 and email monitoring

knowing that the grass is always greener anywhere else

unequal pay

unfair performance evaluation

unfilled sex

write offs

“yes” workers

fluorescent lighting

knowing that my work is meaningless

burnout.     

  

WORK KILLS BEER WILL HAVE CULT STATUS.

You want your beer brand to attain “cult status.” If it does the name will advertise itself. The brand will have instant loyalty. The WORK KILLS BEER brand will have articles written about it because it is more than just the name of a corporation; the brand jumps ahead to the actual situation when the drinker is free to enjoy beer. For instance, some TV commercials show people on a beach enjoying a bottle of beer with the brand name front and center. No matter how you cut it, the name of these beer brands has to be pounded and re-pounded into the American psyche. 

But since the WORK KILLS BEER brand is situational which occurs daily, the Buyer’s advertising budget will be cheaper.  The WORK KILLS BEER label is absolutely going to arouse curiosity because, at first glance, it is offbeat and something everyone agrees with. The customer subconsciously is thinking “It’s true; it sure does.”  This is not to say that the label doesn’t brag about how good it is. Below the suggest tag line “I’ll drink to that!” could be “Fantastic IPA” or “Damn Good Beer” or any complimentary informational message that affirms that the beer terrific. 


THE WORK KILLS BRAND CAN BE SELF ADVERTISING.

Each pack of WORK KILLS BEER could have a printed offer for the at-cost purchase of a WORK KILLS BEER Sweat or T shirt, cap or mug with two pictures. The front of the shirt could just read WORK KILLS BEER in big lettering. The back, across the top of the shoulders, could read WORK KILLS BEER and underneath it, in silk screened columns, will be all of the above-reasons why work kills. I’m sure that the Buyer could add to the list. 

Without a doubt people are going to be curious enough to read the columns if not to just agree with what they have deal with while working. They will likely spell out their own work-horror-stories to the Wearer. The shirt then becomes an ice breaker which is sure to trigger amiable conversations. The Wearer will be a proud Work Kills Beer walking bill board because everyone wants to be a soothsayer of some sort, not just a number, and the shirt is a great way to vent. 

Seller buys the intend-to-use trademark for WORK KILLS BEER which has to go into production by August 27, 2020 or, if there is a production delay an application can be filed by August 27, 2020  for an extension. Please see U. S. Serial Number: 88345033. 

Yearly License

Seller owns the trademark for “WORK KILLS®”, Patent and Trademark, Office No. 4,685,999, for clothing and glassware, i.e. mugs. Seller will grant to Buyer a non-exclusive non-assignable license for the use of the words “WORK KILLS” but only for advertising “WORK KILLS BEER” on clothing such as caps, sweat and T shirts and mugs.  Buyer understands that the use of advertising “WorkKillsBeer.com” on any clothing or glassware as set forth above is for the advertising of Work Kills Beer only.  The price for WorkKillsBeer.com is therefore only $25,000. The added cost for the assignment of the intend-to-use trademark for WORK KILLS BEER is $25,000 plus a license fee of $5,999 a year payable immediately upon the sale of WorkKillsBeer.com and then on the first day of January for every year, for as long as WORK KILLS BEER is in production and being sold to the public. Time is of the essence. This annual price will be adjusted in accordance with a designated inflation index set forth in the licensing agreement by Seller. 

Should WORK KIILS BEER go out of production for a period of three months, or if it is never put into production within 1 year from the date of the license grant, the license will be revoked automatically. The license cannot be assigned to another party and any attempt to do so shall automatically revoke this license unless the business is sold. If it is sold the Buyer must receive the permission of Seller before the sale of the business which shall not be unreasonably withheld. The production of beer must be in the United States. Buyer shall present to Seller, in December of each year, evidence of the production of WORK KILLS BEER’s including valid sale figures which Seller shall not make public.  Seller has the right to inspect the books on 24 hours notice by email and regular mail sent to Buyer. Buyer shall keep Seller apprised of its business address and email address at all times. 

Buyer shall pay for all costs associated for finishing to establish and with keeping the WORK KILLS BEER trademark legally valid.  

Should there be an infringement of the use of the words “WORK KILLS” by a third party, Buyer, at its own expense will take all necessary legal steps to stop the infringement and if it does not within two months of the infringement, the license shall be automatically revoked and will indemnify Seller for all costs associated with stopping the infringement including Seller’s legal fees. If this is not done in a timely basis the license immediately is revoked.

Should any dispute arise concerning any terms herein it or they shall be arbitrated in accordance with the Rules of the American Arbitration Association in accordance with California law and the prevailing party shall be awarded attorney fees and interest at the legal rate. All terms and further terms and conditions are subject to negotiation with Seller. Seller’s phone number is 305 304-0368.  

Price: $25,000 + $25,000 for license and yearly fee of $5,999 separately outside of the sale of WorkKillsBeer.com.


REPORTADANGER.COM

This domain name is the foundation of a big unique nationwide business. First and foremost this domain name says what it does; it allows the Good Samaritan public to put local governments on notice that dangerous conditions have to be fixed. It makes America safer.

The business should do a number of things to make sure that the government is forced to remedydangerous conditions and if they are not fixed within a reasonable period of time and someone gets killed or hurt, the government is really on the hook for substantial damages. Keep in mind that a politician’s first job is to stay elected.

The form should contain:

1. The date and location of the dangerous condition;

2. The ability where customers can download pictures;

3. The ability for the public to pay for this service by credit card.

Upon receipt of each complaint the ReportADanger should do the following:

1. Send an email to each responsible government agency in charge of fixing dangerous conditions along with the pictures;

2. The email should have the capacity to prove that it was received by the government agencies with a cc: to the complaining customer.

3. Companion letters should be sent to each County official, Supervisor or City Council member as well as one to the Mayor and adjoining property owners who might be responsible with a cc: to the complaining customer.

4. The business should index the geographical location by address and keep it confidential  because it can substantially charge lawyers who need to build a case concerning the neglect in the timely fixing the dangerous condition.

5. The business might be able to privatize taking dangerous condition complaints on behalf of the local government. 

This business could be franchised all through the United States since each government has a unique ever-changing database. The business can be operated from a home.

Price: $50,000.