The pizza.com domain name sold at auction over the weekend for a staggering $2.6 million. It fell short of the price paid for vodka.com ($3 million) and the 1999 sale of business.com for $7.5 million. It was sold by Chris Clark, a man who registered the domain name 14 years ago for $20. Well way to go Chris, how about ordering the Geekologie writer an XL with cheese and mushrooms with your newfound wealth? Oooh, and some of those cinnamon sticks. What do you mean no cinnamon sticks? You cheap bastard.
Pizza.com domain name fetches millions [news]
Thanks to my boss, whose Subway sub I stole out of the fridge in the breakroom, for lunch
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