Yes, there’s a market for everything, even ebola.com.
First of all: that domain name exists. But secondly: the guy who owns it, Jon Schultz, bought it six years ago for $13,500. The asking price today? $150,000, according to the Washington Post.
If that’s too dour, Schultz also owns terror.com, fukushima.com, potassiumiodide.com and H1N1.com.
Yes, all of them are for sale, too.
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