posted on Feb, 3 2012 @ 08:00 PM
It must be an interesting, er, involvement. I understand being self sufficient, I understand knowing how to work the woods, I understand some
knowledge of botany can aid those who venture into risk/thrill excursions.
I also understand what weapons can do to normal people. I also understand what obsessive compulsive behavior is. I'm so very sorry but my first
impression of seeing the previews of this new in a long line of whatever network is scouring the nation to present to us unusual people doing unusual
things in real life. This one seems more obsessive than 'Pickers', verging on 'Hoarders', with a touch of 'Ancient Aliens' thrown in for that
Looking at that aerial of the 'compound', its apparent quite a bit of resources were required to amass such, well, mass. All of this for a
hypothetical scenario that likely will never occur. Worse than those 1950's underground shelters what ever they were called because this suggests a
life long effort. Such a life it must be preparing for something that may not ever happen. Would disappointment ever wear on a person when such a
thing never goes down and sees all of this wasted resources just sitting there? Never building a luxury suburban mansion–that with all of this
equipment around certainly could afford a really nice pad. Or is this such a community that just also likes to hoard firearms and makes everything
look like a plan of some coming apocalypse to try to make sense of the fact they just like to shoot weapons and have lots of them maybe some most
people can't get?? (Only the hoarders can answer that to themselves, because I seriously doubt they would ever say such a thing out loud.)
The food? Simply a cheap subordinate expense of the mass of machinery and vehicles and storage facilities I see. That place is as large as some small
If thrill is what one is after why not be a mercenary? You get to practice what the facade is you built in real life situations. You get to hone your
survival and hunting skills against intelligent foe. That's more living than just collecting a bunch of rusty crap on a mass of land and getting on
TV because most people don't do this kind of thing, (I wonder why).
Signed, David Koresh.
Have a nice day...if it ever comes...