Being one of the new generation of liberated Asian Chicks, I didn't know what to expect when I first arrived at the compound. Would all these survivalist types be knuckle dragging Neaderthals or flaky backwoods nerds trying to cop a feel? Before I could make a beeline back home, I soon found that the men at the Montana Sanctuary were some of the most intelligent and skilled individuals I could hope for - and they all had a great sense of humor. In short order, they had me field dressing my AK and making kills on my first target. And then despite myself, in joy I had to jump on the trampoline and make waves in the hot tub. Now I'm considered just one of the boys. What do you think?
JUST ONE OF THE BOYS by Sidney Olgi
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Richard Prichard wrote:
So what do I think? I met Olgi on my last visit to the compound, and if she is one of the boys, then (excuse me if this is politically incorrect), I'm definitely turning gay. By the way, Olgi, you field dress a deer not a gun. But then that's your idea of good joke on the boys back home. I'm afraid you can't save everyone.February 28, 2009 | 11:53 pm
Tanya Tieg wrote:
I moved to the Montana Sanctuary from Los Angeles, and it was the best decision I have ever made. I and my daughter Kathy love living on a large ranch and being part of a thriving survivalist community. It's a really big change from living in a large, dingy city. And by the way the attack goats are just William's idea of joke. Kathy likes to ride on them!March 24, 2009 | 6:10 pm