Jamie Fellrath
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  • Columbus, OH
  • United States
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeffre Pawlack May 19, 2009. 6 Replies

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Velo Men

For men who realize that nothing is manlier than using real man-power for transportation: get on a bicycle!See More
May 30, 2016
Regular Joe commented on Jamie Fellrath's group Velo Men
"NA: Up here it's governed at the provincial level. In my province, lights and reflectors are only required if you ride 30 minutes (before sunset and beyond) and up to 30 minutes after sunrise. The rest of the time they are not required. I…"
Mar 15, 2016
Native Son commented on Jamie Fellrath's group Velo Men
"RJ:  Took me a bit to edit this down. The head ache is that below your southern border, , there's a federal DOT requirement that all street bicycles are equipped with a certain number and color of reflectors. So the bike shop default is…"
Mar 11, 2016
Regular Joe commented on Jamie Fellrath's group Velo Men
"NS: Because the bike shops also sell bikes that will be used exclusively on tracks, or for road races, or for BMX dirt trails, or on mountains, etc. Bike shops don't assume by default that a bike will be used on the road or at night so, rather…"
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Mar 7, 2016
Native Son commented on Jamie Fellrath's group Velo Men
"Recently been seeing an uptick in the number of overly optimistic night time bike riders.  No lights, no reflectors, dark clothing, usually no helmet.  Part of what I'm trying to figure out is that since nearly everything else for use…"
Feb 6, 2016
Steve Andrewsm replied to Jamie Fellrath's discussion Where Do You Wear Your Kilt(s)? in the group The Kilted Ones
"I'm involved with my Clan (MacMillan) which opens many opportunities, will be wearing it this Saturday night to a Burns Dinner. Here is our Tartan."
Jan 27, 2016
Regular Joe replied to Jamie Fellrath's discussion Let's See those Bikes! in the group Velo Men
"Previously-completed mods: -Removed the graphics / decals -Removed the stock pedals since they were made for cleats; replaced them with MEC City Light pedals -Added a bell. It's a legal requirement.  Most recent mods:  -Removed…"
Aug 25, 2015
Regular Joe commented on Jamie Fellrath's group Velo Men
"Can you guys recommend reliable bike parts mail order websites? Thanks!"
Jul 20, 2015
Regular Joe replied to Jamie Fellrath's discussion Let's See those Bikes! in the group Velo Men
"Change of plans: I got an actual bike. A road bike. My first road bike.  Sorry for the shitty pics but it's all there is online. It used to sell for 460$ + taxes but it was a limited edition bike that didn't sell much so it was…"
Jul 13, 2015
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Jun 29, 2015
Jamie Fellrath replied to Regular Joe's discussion New Dads: When / How Do You Find Time To Exercise? in the group Manly Dads
"Take a look at MovNat or other natural movement schools of thought.  You can literally do them anywhere and even WITH your kids or dog.  And they can be done quickly and effectively.   Other things you can do: tabatas.  Eight…"
Jun 26, 2015

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http://bikecolumbus.blogspot.com
Interests
Self-improvement, technology, history, reading, sports, cycling, outdoors, fitness, espionage, cocktails and beer.
Books
Ian Fleming's James Bond series, Barry Eisler's John Rain series, anything by Daniel Silva or Steve Berry... yeah, I like spy novels. And other stuff, too... but spy novels do it for me.

Also love classic adventure fiction - Edgar Rice Burroughs (Tarzan and John Carter of Mars), Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Sherlock Holmes and The Lost World, H. Rider Haggard (King Solomon's Mines), that sort of thing.

Also lots of personal improvement stuff: Gary Vaynerchuk's Crush It, J.B. Glossinger's Get Out Of Neutral, and of course Mr. Mckay's Art of Manliness book!
Movies
Ocean's Eleven (remake), Batman Begins and The Dark Knight, Get Shorty, James Bond, Indiana Jones
Music
Frank Sinatra/Rat Pack stuff, Irish jig-punk, dark smoky jazz, exotica, some classic rock, ska, a whole bunch of stuff. I'm eclectic.
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Are We Ever Too Old to Get All Our Merit Badges?

Posted on May 18, 2009 at 5:00pm 0 Comments

When I was a kid, I was in Cub Scouts and later Boy Scouts. Like a lot of my friends, I joined because I wanted to have fun and learn some skills that seemed cool. And as a Cub Scout, I did just that (with the help of my dad, who was my Webelos Den Leader).



But as a Boy Scout, it seemed that the troop was happy to simply make it out for a camping trip once in a while, and that was it. And while this sounds fine and good, that was something my family did on a regular basis anyway. I… Continue

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At 2:17am on January 1, 2010, Raj said…
Happy New Year, Jaime!!
At 2:18pm on December 24, 2009, Raj said…
Hey Jaime, I see that you are interested in history. Please feel free to take a look at my new group 'History Buffs'. I'm looking to have some great discussions about history in there. Have a great day and happy holidays.
http://community.artofmanliness.com/group/historybuffs?xg_source=activity
At 9:39pm on December 23, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Here's wishing you a most joyous Holiday season to you and yours and a great New Year :)
At 10:08am on November 27, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Thank you Jamie, it was nice ... 1st was at my wives Aunt's house in St. Johns and then later we jetted over to my Mom and Step-Father's house (West Lansing) with my brother and his family. All in all, a great day
At 11:49pm on November 25, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
Here's wishing you and yours a most joyous Thanksgiving !!!!
At 8:10am on November 2, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
You're welcome Jamie !!!!
At 10:02pm on November 1, 2009, Brett McKay said…
Happy Birthday Jamie!
At 3:52pm on November 1, 2009, asa c mcguire said…
Happy Birthday! Hope it is a great one Jamie
At 8:33am on November 1, 2009, Michael J. Austin said…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY FRIEND !!!!
At 9:14am on August 14, 2009, Casey Reece said…
Great to be the pal of a guy that appreciates "The Tick"!
 
 
 

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Drew replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Again thanks for the responses. 2 part-time roles may be an option, although I don't know how each employer would feel about me having another job. It wouldn't lead to any sort of tax penalty provided HMRC (our equivalent of the IRS) knew…"
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J. Exalto replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
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Shane replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Why are you getting rejected?"
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Shane replied to J. Exalto's discussion Globalism in the group The Great Debate
"I'm sure they need them more than people in North America do. Stopped reading right there."
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There's been a lot of talk about globalism lately, so I want to get people's opinions on whether it's a good thing or not (it's not necessary to read and respond to the following diatribe, a simple answer to this question would be appreciated).From my perspective, it's unequivocally a good thing that happens to have bad consequences for some people, but benefits the same people in some ways as well.  I understand that a lot of small, one-industry towns are dying, partially as a result of…See More
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Danny replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"This may be a bit of a stress but have you considered doing two part time roles at the same time? I don't know if it will affect your taxes or impose a penalty on your 'second' income or anything like that but you could make the hours…"
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Drew replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Hi everyone, Thanks for the replies. My fiancee doesn't drive and there's not much public transport at night in this area (if any) so her getting a night job isn't really an option. I don't have a particular job in mind at the…"
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Danny replied to Drew's discussion Dealing with a depressing job
"Hello! Are you working mainly night shifts because there aren't any vacancies elsewhere in the hotel? A move to another department could work out better for your schedules. It's not ridiculous that you're unhappy about not seeing…"
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