The Domain Name System of the Internet consists of a set of top-level domains which constitute the root domain of the hierarchical name space and database. In the growth of the Internet, it became desirable to expand the set of initially six generic top-level domains in 1984. As a result new top-level domain names have been proposed for implementation by ICANN. Such proposals included a variety of models ranging from adoption of policies for unrestricted gTLDs that could be registered by anyone for any purpose, to chartered gTLDs for specialized uses by specialized organizations. In October 2000, ICANN published a list of proposals for top-level domain strings it had received.
.ln and .le - Currently being sold by Dennis Hope's "Lunar Embassy Commission" alongside .lunar, .moon, .venus, .mars, .jupiter, .saturn, .uranus, .neptune, .pluto, .space. People who purchase novelty deeds for outer space property from him are also given free domains. None of these TLDs are supported at present by root servers.
Kid is a 1992 collection of poems by Simon Armitage. The title poem, "Kid", is written from the point of view of comic book and TV series character Robin, companion of Batman. The poem talks about how Robin has grown up after separating from Batman. It seems to be a poem about growing up, the complexity of relationships between siblings and parents, a student becoming the master and a gradual disillusionment with one's childhood heroes. The light-hearted rhythmic nature of the poem and its central comic stars seem at odds with the slightly darker underlying tone. The poem portrays the bitter tone of Robin as he leaves Batman and reveals the truth about him.
Eighty-five-year-old Buzzy Brunot is trying to relive his youth. On canvas, that is ... +4. Gordon's Drug Store ... The Pitt ... +4 ... “I’m working on one of Chocktaw’s now. It used to be a place on Broad Street where all the kids from Lake CharlesHigh and LaGrange would go, and it had a dancing floor that was lighted.” ... +4 ... “It was the place for all the kids to go. It was the McDonald’s of today; kids could get malts and ice cream and burgers.” ... ....