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Carl F. Gauze is a wealthy but reclusive student of the arts, semi-retired from a stellar career as an insurance calendar salesman. His real fortune derives from his great grandfather, Herman S. Gauze, who invented a sterile surgical dressing in Zurich shortly before the First World War, amassing a vast fortune selling it to both sides. Carl has recently been looking at bikes, and can’t decide between a Harley Fat Boy or a Vespa. Decisions, decisions.

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