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This is gonna sound real stupid, but for the longest time I had troubles finding a dictionary online that gave every single word in the respective dictionary available to browse. Most online dictionaries require you to type in a specific word. I just wanted to look at all the words at once. Today I found that dictionary: yourdictionary.com.

It appears they have a pretty extensive dictionary too. Some dictionaries are much too short.

I’m trying to come up with a name for a second website that I will begin to create. I want this second site to sell art exclusively. unlikelymoose.com is nice and all, but its focus isn’t very targeted. It’s all over the place. This second site’s function will be for people to buy creative, original art at affordable prices.

The art that I sell on ebay (and promote on unlikelymoose.com) is geared towards the collectors searching for specific things on ebay: presidents, coffee, political figures, animals, etc.

This second site will have more experimental pieces like styrofoam sculptures, plywood hands, Paul Klee inspired carvings and so on.

I put in a backorder in June for a domain name that expired on 7/16. The auction started today and I got outbid for one lousy dollar. So I’m back to the drawing board.

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I’m not sure I understand why your current site can’t include other types of art for sale.

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Excellent post. Thank you for link.