Some Domain Name Requestors require submissions with “age.” I’m assuming age in this case means the domain name wasn’t registered yesterday, as two of my domain names were by NameSilo. Specifically, l was reading about the relatively new sale of hands-free crutches. I immediately thought this new product would make for a good name with and without the hyphen—but was pretty-sure neither version was available. To my pleasant surprise, both versions, followed by .com, were available—and immediately purchased both versions. Yes, l know hyphens are eschewed in domaining, but when l googled “handsfree crutches,” l discovered that just about all of the manufacturers of these products used a hyphen, and when in Rome.... so l purchased both versions. Finally, my diatribe begs the question: Why is age so crucial to selling domain names, at least in the eyes of many domainers? Thanks for your time!