We said “Meh”

M-E-H.

I had responded to something mehworthy with “Meh” today, and it occurred to me that surely someone must have snapped up “meh” domains already. I cranked up the browser, and sure enough, meh.com, meh.net, meh.org, meh.biz and meh.info have squatters occupants. Five different occupants, yet, or so it appears. A couple of them greet you with a popup. (And what is it with these dot.info domains, anyway? With the singular exception of Eternity Road, every last one that shows up in my referrer logs is a spammer or worse.)

Incidentally, meh.tv redirects to Carson Daly, which proves there is justice in the world.

Any suggestions for who should get meh.gov?





5 comments

  1. Gradual Dazzle »

    6 August 2007 · 6:10 pm

    My vote would either be for the Department of Education or Harry Reid’s office. Irrelevant windbaggish twits, all.

  2. Andrea Harris »

    6 August 2007 · 6:13 pm

    Eh….

    Feh.

  3. CGHill »

    6 August 2007 · 6:20 pm

    Heh.

  4. Kirk »

    7 August 2007 · 8:23 am

    That would be a good replacement url for usa.gov, the government “portal”. Sort of a cosmic “a meh on all your houses”.

  5. McGehee »

    7 August 2007 · 9:17 am

    (And what is it with these dot.info domains, anyway? With the singular exception of Eternity Road, every last one that shows up in my referrer logs is a spammer or worse.)

    Yeh. I have McGeheeZone.info but it’s not worth keeping so I’m letting it lapse when renewal time comes around. At the moment anyone going there will get a 404, which must seem rather un.informative.

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