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Notes on Kimler 

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Regarding your June 26 cover story:

1. Spending $20,000 on a Wesley Kimler painting is nature's way of letting you know you're making too much money.

2. When Wesley went on the wagon, liquor stocks dropped by an average of 66 points.

3. There is an anagram of Kimler's name that aptly sums up his life up to now: "I yell, skrew 'em!"

Downy Drane

E. Scott

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