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  1. 1

    nc

    oh wow I love this house

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  2. 2

    Wheelchair Jess

    Hey “Bob”,
    I LOVE YOUR HOUSE!!! I Miss YOU so much… Can I come visit your mansion??? Love Wheelchair Jess from NHIS…

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    Anonymous

    I have been to his house, for the annual end of summer political bash. which if you look at the first picture, is what that big wooden thing is. the floor for the big tent. the property is amazing, as is his home. I have never been in it, but it looks pretty nice from the outside :)

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    Chris

    Truly a display of sickning wealth. Who needs that big of a house? all that says is “look what I have acomplished” So what? He is in his 80’s he will be dead soon. Then what?

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      Nick

      “all that says is “look what I have acomplished” So what? He is in his 80′s he will be dead soon.” wrote Chris

      Who needs such @#$%# commentators?They poison the blog… Unacceptable and truly offensive.

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        Kenny Forder

        haha. You crack me up Nikos =)

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          T

          Don’t judge a book with out knowing the story,
          bob is a great generous simple person and worked for everything he has.

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      DAVID

      CHRIS…..I used to drive the Bahre Family as a professional chauffeur…..Mr. Bahre is one of the nicest people you could possibly meet…..”sickening wealth?”….he started out driving race cars on a dirt track in Paris Maine…..he is Truly the self made man and he has donated more money to Charities than I can count…..like going to Loudon?……he gave the Fire Department $250,000 to buy a new fire truck so they could cover the expansion there…..like going to Rochester to go food shopping?….doubt it if you live in the area…..it’s an hour drive fucktard…..he donated all the land that Hannaford’s now sits on to Hannaford’s and guarantees that they will make a profit because if you know anything about the area….there isn’t a shitload of people there in the off season….sickening wealth?……how did the Occupy Alton thing go….shit for brains.

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    Tito

    This is a beautiful home, of very kind and generous people.
    This is what can happen if you work hard your entire life, and make wise business decisions. To ‘Chris’ above, unless you personally know the Bahres, why leave such negative comments? It’s disgraceful.

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    santie

    MUST BE FANTASTIC TO LIVE THERE..
    REGARDS
    SANTIE
    SOUTH AFRICA

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    Mutt Nut

    Imagine all the wealth that could have been spent on rescuing abandoned animals who are at the mercy of their owners either through neglect or money situations. Animals do not have a choice for their lot in life, people do.
    Would generous Bob contribute money to establish an animal refuge on my 42 acres??????????????????

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    Kayman

    Mutt Nut – if you have 42 acres you sound like you are doing ok already!

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    SJB

    apparently on halloween my friend told me she went up there and he gave out hundred dollar bills unfrickenbelievable…..and Mutt Nut bob bahre is a real generous guy so he might do it

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    EDWARD

    ITS A GREAT HOUSE, NO QUESTION, HE IS WELLED LIKE IN MAINE. HAS A NICE HOME THERE TO, HIS AUTO COLLECTION IS FIRST CLASS, OPENED IN JULY EACH YR AND MONEY FOR THE FEE COLLECTED IS DONATED TO LOCAL GROUP. ON FOUNDERS DAY. SEEN THE CARS THREE TIMES. HE IS A RESPECTED PERSON.

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    Aaron

    Ive been there it is an amazing place to see and amazing people the bahre family are amazing.

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    Paul Bahre

    Been a long time since I visted Bob and the family from Oxford, ME. I guess he has a new house since the early 70’s. Maybe some day I’ll go and visit. Till then Hi Bob, it’s Paul (Dave’s Son Paul’s Grandson) Hope everyone up north is doing well.

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    Christian Bahre

    I’m am bob bahres nephew christian. His house is truly amazing. He gave us a little tour around he has a movie theater in his basement and a big garage and also a boat house he is the best uncle in the world

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    Sue Milligan

    I lived in Oxford area for many years. Mr. Bahre is an extremely generous and down to earth man. He donated a lot of money for rescue and fire departments. He has always taken good care of employees, especially those hard workers who were loyal. I worked at a local coffee shop and he would come in almost daily and meet with friends. Dressed in work pants and shirt, he looked and acted like anyone else there. Yes the man is extremely wealthy, but he works hard for his money and is very generous with it. He owns several apartment complexes in the area and they have always been very well kept. Do not assume or attach stereotypes if you do not know this man. You are wrong, and an embarrassment to the non-wealthy population.

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