While I'm not in agreement with Snoopy on .au, credit where credit is due. He was one of a small number of domainers who saw an opportunity at the time you mentioned and took it with both hands.Oh, please.
If Snoopy's current portfolio is his latest performance then the crowd it chanting for an encore.As we used to say in the band, "you're only as good as your latest performance."
We're looking for a stand up comedian for the next DNTrade meetup. Are you up for it, Snoopy?
Gold! You're hired. If we combine Robert's experience as a performer and manager of a major record label signed band with your comedic genius and sickening number of generic one word .coms, we'll make a killing.Have written a small script,
[snoopy stands at window]
[robert enters room]
Robert (angry): Coles just sold me out of date milk, they should lose their accreditation to sell milk!
Snoopy (shouts at Robert): You are wrong Robert, the problem is simply that all milk tastes terrible, why do you drink milk anyway? I only drink coconut water.
Robert: You do not know anything about milk Snoopy! When is the last time you drank milk, do you drink milk regularly? I drink milk 3 times per day.
Snoopy: Robert, Milk has been in overall decline since the Pura incident of 2012. The milk is contaminated and the situation will only get worse! It's poison!
[snoopy storms out]
[robert storms out]
[end of scene]
She has noted some new "help", by way of possibly a new developer, may be coming on board soon to fix some of the technical glitches... I hope and look forward to this happening sooner rather than later.
As a successful newcomer in this space, I honestly believe you are undervaluing the power and potential of not only .com.au but the upcoming .au(.) Obviously a lot of us don't like your negative attacks on the Australian domain name market.