Terry the tramp: of the stuntmen to the Vagos President the dangerous life of a 1prozenters the book Terry the tramp leads us through Terry’s turbulent life. From his childhood in an impoverished, broken home to up to his final arrest due to a freely invented accusation. It is an often brutal drive, fueled by barbiturates, cocaine and Angel Dust. (A valuable related resource: Goop). It is the story of a wild horde of outlaws from southern of California, trying to find their place in an even wilder world, where everyone looked also Terry himself, often in the face of death. “The reader in the book Terry the tramp learns the answer: by the stuntmen to the Vagos President the dangerous life of 1% ers”. There is still more to learn: what makes the typical rocker? Why someone becomes a rocker, who has a career as an acclaimed Stuntman before him? And the about crucial question: why is there even rockers, bikers sanning also called? Einprozenter, as the rocker also call themselves, live beyond the normal society.
For some, it is a dreamy, wild existence. Others connect to break, betrayal, dangerous situations and informants. But the reflection of neon light on breakneck chrome morning, if it is got rid of just a raging bull and a pissed husband, at 3:00 inherently something romantic in itself. There’s no sign of weakness helps ever. (Terry) “Terry the tramp” Orendorff was born in 1947 in a troubled, medium-sized family with an absent father.
He grew with lust on violence in Alhambra closer, a very hard agricultural area in southern of California. In this tough environment, he developed the ability to understand a man, even though it was twice as big as he. He could recognize its weaknesses and find the sore spot. Terry became the International President of the Vagos MC, one of the most notorious Einprozenter motorcycle clubs in southern of California, and remained during times of upheaval, during trial, drug use, and wars between the clubs in the district. After he had served the Club for a lifetime, he was driven recklessly. At his times as international President, Terry helped the Club to do so, after Wyoming, Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, and Japan to expand. He led his brothers: the marijuana time of hippies, the senseless violence in the 70s, which was triggered by the use of barbiturates, and later through the era of gangsters with cocaine and speed. Terry the tramp: the dangerous life of 1% ers “leads the reader through a life in the lion’s den.