The international domain is listed on SEDO.com (as shown below) has only one bid for $100 in Euros as seen on the world wide web on January 17, 2017 at 10:25 am pacific time. How is this even remotely possible that,
- it’s up for auction at all
- the top bid is only $100
- there’s only one bid
Well looking at the fine print and now what is right there in front of you (like pictures of HIV were right in front of you falsely proving HIV was real to you and doctors and the world) we see that “technically the domain is XN-AY-LBG.com”.
WTF? How can it look like GAY.com and really be something else?
Wikipedia tries to clue us computertards in:
“An internationalized domain name (IDN) is an Internet domain name that contains at least one label that is displayed in software applications, in whole or in part, in a language-specific script or alphabet, such as Arabic….”
That hardly explains it all but we do know this, even though this thing appears to be in your face obviously GAY.com it really isn’t GAY.com even though it is really GAY.com.
This is very similar to how a few scientists that started the whole HIV/GARBAGE mess claimed what they saw was how it appeared.
What the fine print shows us in virus science is that what looks so obvious to be HIV is actually CD (cellular debris).
The alt-reality is that HIV is an international virus which technically is ZC-GR-SI and only in the US is it the HI virus.
It just goes to show us that things just aren’t as they seem when it comes to language and expressing ideas that are for $ale. Doubt this, just listen to anything Trump tries to $ell the public like his famous wall-to-nowhere.
To get into explaining all the details of how a domain name can appear to be something it is not is a bit more complicated than understanding that HIV is fake. All one has to do there is mention how if it was real, mosquitoes would be making many deliveries. To explain this domaining system requires a lot more technical understanding, after all it’s not rocket science.
Featured image of a “for sale by owner” sign in the public domain by Vectorink