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I'm going to open a question-answer web site however I was unable to find a good domain name. And it is non-English, by the way. So, I thought to have a theme; goats, kinda goatasks. And there will be goat logo with "waving" tail, and after you ask a question you will hear goat sound. Do you think that it is a good idea?

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closed as too localized by Tim Post, Chris W. Rea, Kinopiko, Gaby, Brian R. Bondy Jul 11 '10 at 15:07

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I have nothing against goats personally, but the part about playing a sound after you ask a question is definitely a bad idea. – Brian R. Bondy Jul 11 '10 at 15:08
I can't speak for the goats, but I do think this question is a little too localized for this site :) – Tim Post Jul 11 '10 at 15:08
I laughed when I read this. Thank you. – jessegavin Jul 12 '10 at 17:47

No, I'd go with "bananas". "Ask a banana". "Ask a goat" sounds silly, as if goats could talk and answer questions.

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