I admire and respect you for that." That's the kind of place Montana can often be.
This is not to say Montana does not experience sad, unfortunate, sometimes horrific incidences of hate crimes and homophobia.
actually, come to think of it, I understand your concerns.
)This does remind me of a funny story: At the time the Unabomber was making news, there was also the FBI vs the "Freeman" incident going on in eastern Montana and "Mad Cow" disease had broken out in England. Please don't tell me either way - could be worrisome and I'll just leave it at "Wow, you replied to my email!
(Note: I moved from Montana to California) So I sent a good-looking, smart-sounding guy a note on Ok Cupid (an online dating site), and he writes back: "How do I know you're not the Unabomber with Internet access and a camera ph A very good, valid and interesting question -- one I am not quite sure how to answer. Similarly, the thought of psychos being "safely locked up" alleviates my concerns that you might be Charles Manson.
There used to be a gay bar in Missoula that closed, not because anyone had a problem with it but mostly because it was a dive not a lot of people really wanted to go to, it ran into health violations and other legal issues, and, ironically, the manager was a homophobic prick.We have a ways to go everywhere, for sure, but things do get better everyday. As for my memory of Unabomber details: Thank god for Wikipedia! And yes -- Montana is an amazingly beautiful and wild place. (Will the California city boy and the Montana wilderness advocate fall in love, move back to the Big Sky together, spend their days roaming the wild backcountry, eat wild elk and trout, share a passionate and adventurous life together and live happily ever after? Although copper has been used in the past in the form of tablets or bracelets, specialists agree that these delivery methods are not efficient.The new patches are capable of delivering a high daily dose of copper directly into the bloodstream and tissue at the site of the inflammation.