A lot of people have asked this question many times. "Does a .com domain do better in the search engines than a .net domain, or any other extension?"
Don't worry if you didn't get the .com domain of your choice and you had to settle for another extension. Don't worry if you thought you're going to have to do extra work to rank better than the .com version of your domain name. No matter what you've read, there is no difference.
All extensions are ranked in Google [and other search engines] and all extensions are a part of the search engine's algorithm.
A domain's extension will not penalize you in search engine ranks.
With all of that being said, I'm really glad. Now I don't have to worry about having to do extra work for the Oes Tsetnoc.