the guy would never let it rest once and for all setup like other S/M enthusiasts. Instead, he left a series of nails and hooks attached to the ceiling beams, which could quickly and easily hold a harness, a rope or some other type of bondage device. While much of Gary’s paraphernalia must be kept undetectable, I could tell he also had some fun in showing multiple methods of their trade. Canine cage, for-instance, had been leftover in plain sight — collapsed upwards in a cluttered place where they was waiting around for the next garage deal. The guy also kept a wooden paddle clinging on wall of their home business office, that he jokingly told friends was actually for “errant youngsters.” Little did they understand it had been no joke. Nor performed people understand that he kept a set of steel handcuffs within his desk cabinet, right near to a stun gun and his handgun.