Sports agent Jim Levins was awakened by his cell phone at 5:00 a.m. this morning with an urgent call from one of his clients – a client frantically asking Levins to help him quickly set up a charity to find a cure for gonorrhea.
“I’ve never heard him so passionate about anything,” said Levins. “I asked him if it could wait until morning, but he insisted it could not. Something about waking up in the middle of the night and finding pus all over it. So I started working on the 401©-3 paperwork right away.”
By the time Levins reached his office a little before 6:00 a.m., his client was already pacing outside.
“He was sweating and just kept walking back and forth mumbling: ‘I can’t believe this happened to me. I can’t believe it. That b-tch said she was clean. My junk is all messed up. I can’t believe this’,” said Levins. “He was really distraught.”
After doing a brief amount of research into any similar gonorrhea-focused charities, Levins discovered that gonorrhea is a virus that can be treated with antibiotics.
“That calmed him down a little bit, but then I also read that some forms of the virus are very resistant to treatment and can not be killed,” said Levins. “That got him sweating again and renewed his commitment to finding a cure for this ailment.”
Levins said he expects the charity to up and running by the end of the week, but says that his client's name will not be linked to it publicly in any way.
“That’s just the kind of guy he is, you know?” said Levins. “He’s doing a good thing here, but he doesn’t need to be praised for it. In fact, he made me promise that his name will never linked to the charity or gonorrhea in any way. He said he wants to keep it all a secret. Especially to his wife.”