Jacob Fehr
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  • Littleton, CO
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Stop Child Abuse

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacob Fehr Jun 14, 2010. 30 Replies

Venting on Selfish Husbands and Fathers

Started this discussion. Last reply by David F. Feb 2, 2010. 17 Replies

Having problems with Hyperlinks.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Will Jan 18, 2010. 1 Reply

 

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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Jul 9
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Jul 5
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Jul 2
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Car Repair

For those of us who want to learn vehicle repair skills from those of us who have them.
Jun 14
Allen Winston Cook joined Jacob Fehr's group
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Tools

For those who love tools and want to discuss tools....because we don't buy stuff pre-built or pay someone to build it....we build it with our own two hands.
May 17
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Apr 15
Pale Horse replied to Jacob Fehr's discussion What manly men from generations past do you admire? in the group Manly Character
"He was a butcher of the Indians. I spit on his grave."
Apr 12
Pale Horse replied to Jacob Fehr's discussion What manly men from generations past do you admire? in the group Manly Character
"My great grandfather, Davy Crockett, George Washington, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Douglas MacArthur, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and Ronald Reagan."
Apr 12
Pale Horse joined Jacob Fehr's group
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Apr 12
Jones replied to Jacob Fehr's discussion What manly men from generations past do you admire? in the group Manly Character
"Some of these names have appeared before but... Robert E. Lee George Washington Theodore Roosevelt Dwight Eisenhower More to come I am sure, this idea has got me thinking "
Apr 12
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Apr 9
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Apr 3
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Mar 3
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Feb 11
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Manly Character

A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Feb 1
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A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
Jan 29

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Website
http://www.therebelsguidetochristianity.blogspot.com/
Interests
Hunting, Fishing, building stuff, fixing stuff, reformed theology.
Books
Bible, not a cliche...I always have it with me. Trying not to read anything less then 50 years old, except for biographies.
Movies
Good Will Hunting....hands down all time favorite, probably why I studied psychology.
Gladiator, Braveheart, Legends of the Fall.
Music
Used to always listen to music but now I like silence, but with some classic rock mixed in.
Quote
"Do not think that I came to bring peace on the earth; I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I came to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law; and a man’s enemies will be the members of his household. He who loves father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me; and he who loves son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me. And he who does not take his cross and follow after Me is not worthy of Me. He who has found his life will lose it, and he who has lost his life for My sake will find it." - Jesus (Matthew 10:34-39)

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Stop Child Abuse - childabuse.org

Posted on June 9, 2010 at 11:27am 0 Comments

CHILD ABUSE. Two words that should NEVER be put together. It needs to stop NOW. And you can HELP US make it stop. Text the word CHILD to 50555
& make a $10 gift today. Please re-post on your wall. Thank you.

Figuring our budget so the wife can stay home with the baby.

Posted on June 7, 2010 at 10:57am 0 Comments

We have about five months until our first child is born and ever since we've been married we've wanted my wife to be able to stay home. Unfortunately we've gotten used to the second income that is equal to mine. Well, last Friday my wife was laid off, which actually made her happy but put me in a cold sweat. This past weekend we sat down and decided that we should just start living off my income anyway and if she does find a new job that income can go directly into savings and if she doesn't… Continue

Mechanic Costs!

Posted on May 24, 2010 at 10:13am 2 Comments

I just had a to take my wife's car to the shop for a muffler problem that I couldn't fix myself. Sheesh! I went to an affordable mechanic and it was still a 25% markup on the parts plus $86 an hour for labor. I couldn't believe the labor cost. It's been a few years since I've been to a mechanic b/c I try to do most thing myself, it was about $60 and hour then. I know they have a lot of costs in keeping a shop running but this seems outrageous. That's bordering on lawyer prices.

Good Eats Tonight!

Posted on May 3, 2010 at 5:35pm 0 Comments

Ingredients:


1 Bighorn backstrap loin, approximately 12 inches long
2 cloves garlic, minced
3 tablespoons butter or cooking oil…
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750words.com

Posted on March 19, 2010 at 5:57pm 1 Comment

I recently started writing on the site 750words.com. It's a great way to organize your thoughts and make plans and to truly sort yourself out.

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