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There are tons of bad comment to the Godaddy CEO and many people saying will transfer all the domains to (Godaddy competitor).

The original video is below: (WARNING: Very Graphic!)

Godaddy CEO, Bob Parsons must be lost his mind to posting such video on the internet to share to the world. I was wondering if the company vote to agree the CEO to posting the video? is offering domain transfers at a price where they actually lose money.

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Personally, I totally disagree to shoot the elephant. Instead of kill the elephant, they can find a way to prevent the elephant to enter the place.

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