To some people, the impossible just takes a little longer! A short, burly man was sitting in the back of a taxicab. Snow was falling in the city, so the distinguished gentleman was wearing a wool overcoat. With his derby hat, the bulky coat made him look even shorter and broader than he was. The taxi came to a stop. After paying the fare, the man buttoned his coat, readying himself for the biting wind. Then, no more than a foot outside the car, the man was hit by another taxi! He flew 10 feet, landing heavily on the icy pavement. The taxi driver - already stunned by the accident - was in for another shock. He could not believe who was lying on the pavement of that crowded New York City street. The man was British states man Winston Churchill.
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