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And Comes the Fourth Generation – 134

Ann South and Fran Alman were friends, and shared their recent experiences with Elvis March.

His behaviour encouraged them to do even less.

Fran was going to mention Pinnock’s daughter, Hettie, who was using Church premises as a whore house, but decided to let it go.  It wasn’t her problem.

Ann was going to mention the behaviour of the tenants, but decided that not contacting Elvis March for anything was her new style.

Both women, insulted, decided to do as little as possible.

Elvis March’s show of ‘force’ had, as his attempt to play the millionaire, backfired.

Instead of respect, he reaped contempt.  Instead of encouraging the employees he totally demotivated them.

What do you think?

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