Phillip Jensen is appalled that his shares in Westpac are being used to finance a brothel. He ponders over whether he should sell his shares in protest of the bank financing such iniquitous behaviour. Now it has been revealed that people with disabilities are being escorted by government paid health professionals to visit sex workers. What will Phillip do with this dilemma?
Well he could refuse to pay tax...if he's not already a tax deduction. I mean it's hard to say when you have a man with such a charitable heart.
Or he could extend his sex therapy programs and help the disabled overcome their sex drive.
BREAKING THANKFULNESS - Chapter 22: " I find it thrilling to discover that I have just awakened from what seemed a very long and less than cheerfilled sleep." Len - *EARLIER CHAPTER:* "*I ran/run in life! Ready (again)! Fearless/afraid, hardworking/feckless, steaming/rolling/drolling but mostly clammouring for, and ...
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