Make-A-Wish Foundation unsure how to handle dying girl’s last wish for the dissolution of Make-A-Wish Foundation

PHOENIX — Pacing back and forth with two fingers pressed against his left temple, Make-A-Wish Foundation CEO David Williams weighed the pros and cons of fulfilling a dying girl’s last wish for the dissolution of the Make-A-Wish Foundation. “This is a tricky one,” said Williams, referring to how tricky this one is. “The pros are keeping our reputation strong and helping this girl die happier than she’s ever been in her entire life. That’s beautiful, and delightful, and our mission statement. The con, though, is THE GODDAMN DISSOLUTION OF THIS ENTIRE FOUNDATION.” Williams was last seen looking solemnly out a window, but inexplicably with gray hair this time.



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