Brad Felmey
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  • Weatherford, TX
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Luis Rivas Aug 7, 2013. 2 Replies

Greetings.My name is Brad Felmey and I've lived my entire life in a little town just west of Fort Worth, TX.I have been active civically and politically for most of my life. I'm a past master and…Continue

 

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Brad Felmey replied to Douglas Perry's discussion Listing a lapsed Mason as a reference? in the group Freemasonry
"Fantastic! I hope you get out of Masonry as much as I have. :) It's possible that jurisdictional laws may vary, but at least in Texas a lapsed Mason would not be considered eligible as a Masonic reference. Now would be a great time for your…"
Sep 27, 2016
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"That's very cool! In a real castle! And for the love of God, it's Prince HALL. You are going to be very embarrassed when you Google what a Prince Albert is. LOL"
Sep 28, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Way to go!"
Sep 2, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"I was wrong - this spells it out clearly: http://pagrandlodge.org/policy/visiting-search.html"
Jun 29, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Mongoose, the protocol for visitation varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. Even within a jurisdiction, there can be variation based upon whether the visitor hails from within or without the jurisdiction. Specific to Pennsylvania, this document…"
Jun 29, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"That's great. "Canvas duty" LOL"
Jun 13, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Time for an update from Mongoose, methinks. :)"
Jun 12, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"I have heard the same argument made with circular logic. Prevent black men from joining regular Masonry, forcing a schism, then prevent them from joining regular Masonry *because* the schism presents them another option. It's almost always made…"
Jun 10, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Way to go, Mongoose!"
Jun 10, 2015
Brad Felmey replied to Matt T's discussion The Secrets of Masonry in the group Freemasonry
"So mote it be. I agree. It's the process itself that is special."
Jun 1, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"A mountaintop degree? That is awesome. What a great introduction to Masonry. You lucky guy. The race barrier is falling all over the place (even in the Old South) - as it should. The character of the man should be all that's considered, as…"
May 18, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"I'm glad you persisted, Brad. Some lodges out there are... hmmm... I'll stop right there. Other lodges are excellent, though, and I hope this is the positive experience you need at this time in your life."
May 18, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Congratulations, Bro. Eric! You'll get used to it. :)"
Apr 13, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Keep at it! Glad to hear it's working out for you."
Mar 31, 2015
Brad Felmey commented on James Machamer's group Freemasonry
"Congratulations, Rusty! There isn't any preparation that you can do. Just show up ready to listen and remember. :)"
Feb 18, 2015
Brad Felmey replied to Dean F.'s discussion any line officers present? in the group Freemasonry
"My lodge also needed line openings filled. I was raised a master mason, went to one stated meeting, then went to the west. I recommend going through the line and learning each thing one at a time. I wished I had, although I recognize the need they…"
Jan 19, 2015

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Brad Smith replied to Silviu Popescu's discussion Resources for employing swimming as a fitness activity
"I have been swimming recreationally basically since I was a kid and, in recent years, for exercise for 30 +/- years (62 now).  I do it because I love the feeling I get from it but I also try to make it beneficial physically by working at it.…"
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I've lost a lot of weight! How should I expect my life to change?

Hello Gentlemen.I'm very excited to say that I'm down about 50 pounds in the last 5 or so months. I'm still losing. I was very overweight, and I decided to do something about it. I'd like to lose about 20 more pounds if at all possible. I stopped eating as much. I took up cooking. As a 23-year-old bachelor, I can attest that those of my species don't eat the greatest. I set out to break that stereotype. I eat well, but I control what I put in the tank, so to speak. Being creative in my kitchen…See More
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zak replied to Lumberjoe's discussion Round One . . . FIGHT!
"i agree with king of the dudes. it take a lot of strength and stamina to keep going for the amount of time there. that is how some guy get there ass kick they do not know how to get out of joint-lock"
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Notebook - Grandfather and Great Grandfather's

"This is great. I have two sets of letters from..WW 1 that belonged to both of my son's great grandfathers"
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E.D.

Following prostate surgery in 2000 I was left with erectile dysfunction (I couldn't get an erection). I tried several of the options out there and finally found one that worked for me: an inflatable penile implant. (You can see it demonstrated by someone -- not me -- at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-whMNHdi_ZU.) I would be glad to talk with any guy about this subject and to answer any questions he might have. Just contact me privately…See More
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