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Have you ever wanted to own the coveted sandwich.com domain? How about crackers.com or raging.com? Then Yahoo is starting up the perfect auction for you.

Twenty-nine domains are being auctioned off by Yahoo in a so-called Domainapalooza, because at the end of the day, how can the Internet be complete without a functioning crackers.com?

Among the long-neglected domains are jockeys.com, sled.com and finalcountdown.com, perfect for the Europe fan in your family.

The priciest domains up for sale are av.com, which is valued between a jaw-dropping $1 million to $1.5 million, webserver.com, at up to $500,000, and transmissions.com, westerns.com and mym.com, each reaching upward of $250,000.

And for Californians, or calculator enthusiasts with slimmer wallets, the cheapest domain posted so far is webcal.com, available for between $1,000 and $5,000.

The auction begins Thursday and runs until Nov. 21, with more than 100 domains planned to eventually be sold as the week continues.

If you were in the market for a domain, which one would you choose? And what would you do with it? Tell us, and we might share some of your ideas.


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