Following their successful entry into the Clan, Danny and the other cubs return to the tattoo parlour in Colonie where they have their tattoos done, get to know each other better and star in a photo and video shoot. On returning to Gettysburg Danny has an emotional and amorous reunion with his lover Kurt before life returns to as normal as life in a motorbike gang can be. Their peace is shattered when Danny receives a distressing call from his best friend, Perry, who along with Lewis his other friend, are being subjected to threats of violence from a homophobic gang of thugs. There follows a rescue mission which results in the five thugs being beaten unconscious, bound and gagged before being taken back to the Biker's base camp along with Perry and Lewis. Over the next week the five thugs are humiliated, tattooed and taught how to enjoy man to man sex. Having realised the error of their ways they are invited to become the clan's guard dogs. Now part of the clan, Reiller, a former thug is taken under Kurt and Danny's care and together they expand his sexual horizons beyond his belief. Danny becomes one of the lads after learning to ride a motorbike and it is then that he comes to an uncomfortable realisation that there is more to the clan than meets the eye. He confronts Kurt where the truth is revealed and despite knowing right from wrong, Danny cannot help but become further involved. The law inevitably catches up with them and are subjected to a road side strip search and forced to perform oral sex on the police officers. Has Danny's luck run out? Will he be going to jail or will he enjoy freedom for another day?
The first half of this book contains true and graphic accounts of people with mild to very serious foot problems. Drama, humor, and heart run through these stories of real people, just like you, who needed help and had tried many things on their own. Traditional medicine and "thinking outside the box" got these people happy, comfortable, and many times simply out of their wheel-chair walking and dancing again. The second half of this book contains over 101 budget minded solutions, progressing from the simpler, cheaper to the more expensive medical treatments as necessary. Many suggestions are Do-It-Yourself. You will scratch your head and say, "Why didn't I think of that?" Are you an amputee or do you have a bunion? Yourself, a friend, or family member has foot problems what should you do? You will find multiple ideas and possibilities, such as: "What can I use to relieve foot pain that doesn't cost so much?" "How do I know if I really need a custom orthotic?" "Does anyone else have these same problems, or is it just me?" "How do I buy the right shoes in the first place?" "What if part of my foot has been amputated? How can I balance and walk again?" Lynda Elliott Goyzueta is a Certified Pedorthist who has dealt with these questions and found solutions. She has worked in a clinical setting as a practitioner/manager as well as helping the neighbor on the street. When you meet her she will ask you, "What's In Your Shoes?"
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