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September 27, 2012

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Uncle Bill

OK, let's do some math. According to Nordstrom's website, the probable average cost per necktie (without wasting too much time on the research) is around $150. Multiply by 8, and we get $1200. If they were low end, then it might have been as little as $200, but if they were high end, the price would have been over $2000. To me it does not matter; stealing is an intentional act of moral turpitude, regardless. Apparently, it has to rise to a certain dollar level for the Professional Responsibility Board to think so, tho. The excuse about depression is so very, very pathetic.

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