Religion: The Living Right Kit

"Say, Joe," says a new man in the company, "I'm $30 in the hole on that last business trip I made. The cashier says it's common practice to make it up on the expense account by putting it in as entertainment or something. What do you think—should I?" Does Joe say that it is common practice and let it go at that? Or does he tell the new man it is wrong and should not be done? Or does he lay the issue on the line and tell him to make up his own mind?...

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