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So why are they called “dog days?” Well the hottest days of summer are referred to the “dog days” because of the rise of Sirius, the “Dog Star.”  It’s the brightest star in the constellation Canis Major. And, oh sweet jeezu…while reading Wikipedia we found that the Romans used to actually sacrifice a brown dog in July to appease Sirius, which they attributed to the hotter weather.

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Harvey Specter
Posted at 11:36 pm August 1, 2012
9363 000
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Now Siriously!
The imaginative science behind Dogdays

During wintertime nights, we easily can see Orion, and Orion’s hunting dog Canis (latin for “dog”). The very bright star that is the eye of Canis is Sirius (the dog star), which happens to be the brightest star in our sky. Ancient arab astronomers noticed that during summertime days, the Sun is positioned almost directly in front of Sirius. People in those days imagined a sort of solar multiplier effect– the overlapping of the hot sun with the brightest star in the sky was thought of as the cause of the hot days of summer.
I learned this from a park ranger’s talk at Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 9:52 am August 2, 2012
jaredatname
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Love the Sand Dunes! And that we now have both Roman and Arabian history of Dog Days covered.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 12:31 pm August 5, 2012
CancerKnowHow.com
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Seriously, are you guys kidding me? You call $10.25 for .com/.net domain registration sweet money savings? Unless you guys reissue a new reasonable promo code, I can guarantee name.com domain registration revenue will decline this month. $10.25 for renewal is reasonable, but not for 1st time registration! 

Harvey Specter
Posted at 10:40 am August 6, 2012
namedotcom
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Hey there, thanks for the note. We hear you but keep in mind other promotions come down the pipeline mid month sometimes and it’s also about our awesome easy to use website and products and our amazing customer support team. 

Harvey Specter
Posted at 2:38 pm August 6, 2012
namedotcom
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Thanks for keeping us on our toes. If you do have over 25 domains with us you qualify for our Investor’s Club pricing: http://blog.name.com/2010/07/investor-club/ might be a good thing for you to check out.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 1:15 pm August 18, 2012
Denis González M
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I am at 20 domains right now, and I will transfer more. But I hope those offers for the Investor’s Club are not a joke.

Harvey Specter
Posted at 8:14 am August 22, 2012
أنس حسوني
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thanks :)

Harvey Specter
Posted at 12:50 pm August 22, 2012
Pete
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75 cents i too will hold off for renewing my domains till next month just hope we go back to the previous levels of promo codes as was given in the past